Wednesday, May 25
Oral Session Poster Session
Friday, May 27
Oral Session

Agenda sorted by author

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First Author Title Type Session
1Luis Roberto Acosta

First ten-year CO2 monitoring record at Mexico High-Altitude Global Climate Observatory in (MEX) at 4,465 m.a.s.l., compared with Mauna Loa Observatory. (MLO) at 3,397 m.a.s.l.

Oral Friday, May 27
13:30 - 13:45
2Ahmed Arif

Biogas as a replacement for fossil fuels to reduce CO2 emission rate

Poster Monday, May 23
P-3
3John Augustine

Forcing for multidecadal brightening and dimming trends over Northern Hemisphere continents

Oral Tuesday, May 24
13:45 - 14:00
4Bianca Baier

The NOAA High-altitude Operational Returning Uncrewed System (HORUS) for Atmospheric Observing

Poster Monday, May 23
P-7
5Ian Baker

Abstract Withdrawn: Western USA ecosystem response to prolonged drought and susceptibility to fire

Poster Monday, May 23
P-6
6David Baker

CO2 sources and sinks as seen by the OCO-2 satellite: flux estimates across 2015-2020 given by a dozen inversion groups participating in the OCO-2 v10 MIP

Oral Monday, May 23
13:15 - 13:30
7Kelly Balmes

Regime-specific Cloud Vertical Overlap Characteristics from Radar and Lidar Observations at the ARM sites

Oral Tuesday, May 24
13:15 - 13:30
8Ethan Barber

Measuring and interpreting particulate mass concentration using the Tapered Element Oscillating Microbalance (TEOM) at Appalachian State University

Poster Tuesday, May 24
P-11
9Zachary Barkley

Quantification of Oil and Gas Methane Emissions in the Delaware and Marcellus Basins Using a Network of Continuous Tower-Based Measurements

Oral Friday, May 27
13:00 - 13:15
10Ko Barrett

Monday Keynote Address: A Critical Decade for Climate Action

Oral Monday, May 23
12:10 - 12:30
11Darrel Baumgardner

Linking In Situ and Lidar Aerosol Measurements for Air Quality Nowcasting

Poster Tuesday, May 24
P-9
12Tina Birmpili

Wednesday Keynote Address: Can data foreshadow policy? The example of the Montreal Protocol

Oral Wednesday, May 25
12:10 - 12:30
13Benjamin Birner

Surprisingly few surprises in global carbon cycling

Oral Monday, May 23
12:45 - 13:00
14Simone Brunamonti

Laboratory validation of a laser absorption spectrometer for balloon-borne measurements of UTLS water vapor

Poster Thursday, May 26
P-31
15Beata Bukosa

CarbonWatchNZ: Regional to National Scale Inverse Modelling of New Zealand’s Carbon Balance

Oral Monday, May 23
13:30 - 13:45
16James H. Butler

Thursday Keynote Address: The Origins, Milestones,  and Legacy of NOAA's Global Monitoring Laboratory

Oral Thursday, May 26
13:40 - 14:00
17Philippe Ciais

Friday Keynote Address: Towards Near Real Time Global Greenhouse Gas Budgets

Oral Friday, May 27
12:10 - 12:30
18Kevin Cossel

City-scale remote sensing of CO2 and CH4 using open-path dual comb spectroscopy

Oral Thursday, May 26
13:25 - 13:40
19Peter Effertz

Updated Trends of the Stratospheric Ozone Vertical Distribution at Select NOAA Global Monitoring Laboratory Dobson Monitoring Stations Based on the LOTUS Regression Model

Poster Wednesday, May 25
P-17
20Audrey Gaudel

Tropical tropospheric ozone distribution and trends

Oral Wednesday, May 25
13:30 - 13:45
21Emrys Hall

Working Towards Replacing the NOAA FPH Cryogen (R23) with Dry Ice and Alcohol (DIA)

Poster Wednesday, May 25
P-18
22Timothy W. Hilton

Comparison of atmospheric observations to high-resolution fossil fuel and biogenic CO2 flux models for Auckland, New Zealand

Poster Monday, May 23
P-1
23Lei Hu

Welcome and Meeting Logistics

Oral Friday, May 27
12:00 - 12:10
24Lei Hu

Increasing CO2 seasonal cycle amplitude in the Arctic proportional to rising atmospheric CO2 levels

Oral Monday, May 23
13:00 - 13:15
25Dale Hurst

The efficacy of long-term in situ measurement programs in the evaluation and amelioration of satellite measurement records: Stratospheric water vapor

Oral Wednesday, May 25
12:30 - 12:45
26Dan Jaffe

Bias in O3 measurements in smoky air when using some UV instruments

Poster Tuesday, May 24
P-15
27Bryan Johnson

South Pole Station ozonesondes: variability in the 2019-2021 springtime Antarctic ozone holes

Poster Wednesday, May 25
P-21
28Aleya Kaushik

Advancing Understanding of Plant-Drought Responses in North American ecosystems using Carbon Isotopic Discrimination in the Simple Biosphere Model

Poster Monday, May 23
P-4
29Samuel Takele Kenea

Analyzing long-term East Asia CH4 emission changes inferred from CH4/CO2 mole fraction ratios based on observation and modelling at Anmyeondo, South Korea between 2010-2020

Poster Monday, May 23
P-2
30Melita Keywood

The Kennaook/Cape Grim Particle Number Concentration (CN3) Record:1978-2020

Oral Tuesday, May 24
13:00 - 13:15
31Susan Kizer

SAGE III/ISS: Continuing the Legacy of SAGE Data Products

Oral Wednesday, May 25
13:00 - 13:15
32John Kochendorfer

A new precipitation gauge wind shield for the US Climate Reference Network

Oral Tuesday, May 24
13:30 - 13:45
33Debra Kollonige

Southern Hemisphere Additional Ozonesondes (SHADOZ) Project Update: 2022 Archive and Outreach Activities

Poster Wednesday, May 25
P-22
34Xin Lan

Atmospheric CH4: A Record Annual Increase in 2021

Oral Friday, May 27
12:30 - 12:45
35Sunran Lee

Analysis of source distribution of high GHGs and CO events using airborne and surface observations in Korea

Poster Thursday, May 26
P-30
36Jianghanyang Li

A novel, low-cost analytical method for measuring high-resolution vertical profiles of stratospheric trace gases

Oral Thursday, May 26
12:40 - 12:55
37Roeland Van Malderen

Harmonization and Evaluation of Ground-based Instruments for Free-Tropospheric Ozone Measurements by TOAR-II Focus Working Group “HEGIFTOM”

Poster Wednesday, May 25
P-23
38Roeland Van Malderen

50 years of balloon-borne ozone profile measurements at Uccle, Belgium

Poster Wednesday, May 25
P-16
39Derek V. Mallia

Quantifying the impacts of the COVID-19 lockdown on urban emissions across the Salt Lake Valley 

Oral Monday, May 23
13:45 - 14:00
40Sara Martínez-Alonso

Evaluation of MOPITT and TROPOMI carbon monoxide retrievals using AirCore in situ vertical profiles

Poster Thursday, May 26
P-28
41Kathryn McKain

One year of aircraft vertical profile measurements of CO2, CH4 and CO in tropical east Africa

Oral Thursday, May 26
12:55 - 13:10
42Natasha Miles

Progress Towards Diagnosis of North American CO2 and CH4 Fluxes with the Expanded In situ Measurement Network

Poster Thursday, May 26
P-29
43K. Miyagawa

The Effects of the IUP Ozone Cross-section in Umkehr Retrievals and Temperature correction

Poster Wednesday, May 25
P-20
44Grisa Mocnik

A dual-wavelength photo-thermal aerosol absorption monitor: design, calibration and performance

Oral Tuesday, May 24
12:30 - 12:45
45Stephen A Montzka

Improving global annual emission estimates for long-lived gases derived from atmospheric data

Oral Thursday, May 26
12:10 - 12:25
46Vernon Morris

Tuesday Keynote Address: The Importance of Coordinated Observations of African Megacity Air Pollution

Oral Tuesday, May 24
12:10 - 12:30
47David Munro

Surface Ocean pCO2 from the Surface Carbon State Estimate (SCSE)

Oral Friday, May 27
13:45 - 14:00
48Matthew Ninneman

Impact of Meteorology on Baseline Ozone in the Western United States

Poster Tuesday, May 24
P-14
49Youmi Oh

Revising Global Methane Soil Sink by considering High Affinity Methanotrophy

Oral Friday, May 27
12:45 - 13:00
50Chang-Feng Ou-Yang

Long-term measurements of CO2, CH4, and isotopic ratios of CO2 in the western Pacific: Trends, variations, and implications

Oral Thursday, May 26
13:10 - 13:25
51Irina Petropavlovskikh

Celebrating 30+ years of the Network for Detection of Atmospheric Composition Change (NDACC)

Poster Tuesday, May 24
P-12
52Irina Petropavlovskikh

Welcome and Meeting Logistics

Oral Wednesday, May 25
12:00 - 12:10
53Mahendar Rajwar

Spatiotemporal Characteristics of the NMHCs and their contribution in situ tropospheric ozone production: First results from the central Himalayan

Poster Thursday, May 26
P-27
54Prajjwal Rawat

Remote sensing study of Ozone, NO2, and CO over India: some contrary effects of SARS-CoV-2 lockdown in the free troposphere

Oral Wednesday, May 25
13:45 - 14:00
55Darrien Reichler

MLO 2.0: A Contingency Plan in the Making

Poster Monday, May 23
P-8
56Xinrong Ren

Mapping Methane Sources in the Baltimore-Washington, DC Area Using an Instrumented Mobile Platform

Poster Thursday, May 26
P-26
57Erika Roesler

Abstract Withdrawn: Observations of the lower stratospheric environment from solar balloons in the Southwest US

Poster Wednesday, May 25
P-19
58Joseph Sedlar

Welcome and Meeting Logistics

Oral Tuesday, May 24
12:00 - 12:10
59James Patrick Sherman

Changes in Background Southeastern U.S. Aerosol Loading and Aerosol Optical Properties and their Seasonality based on 12 Years of Measurements at the NOAA/NASA Monitoring Sites at Appalachian State University

Oral Tuesday, May 24
12:45 - 13:00
60Herman G.J. Smit

Uncertainty, Stability and Traceability in Global Monitoring of Atmospheric Composition and the Role of WMO/GAW Central Calibration Facilities – Reality and Plans 

Poster Thursday, May 26
P-24
61Peter Sperlich

New system to measure carbonyl sulfide in air samples from Baring Head and Fiordland National Park, New Zealand

Poster Thursday, May 26
P-25
62Ryan M. Stauffer

SHADOZ’s Silver Anniversary: 25 Years of Accomplishments from the Premier Tropical Ozonesonde Network

Oral Wednesday, May 25
13:15 - 13:30
63Ariel Stein

Welcome and Meeting Logistics

Oral Monday, May 23
12:00 - 12:10
64Ariel Stein

2022 GMAC Closing Remarks

Oral Friday, May 27
14:00 - 14:05
65Wu Sun

Misrepresentation of the temperature sensitivity of ecosystem respiration in terrestrial biosphere models revealed by atmospheric CO2 observations

Poster Monday, May 23
P-5
66Hiroshi Suto

JAXA’s Greenhouse Gases Monitoring Activities in Support of Carbon Cycle Science and Climate Monitoring

Oral Friday, May 27
13:15 - 13:30
67Colm Sweeney

Progress Toward a NOAA Greenhouse Gas Commercial Aircraft Program 

Oral Monday, May 23
12:30 - 12:45
68Isaac Vimont

Welcome and Meeting Logistics

Oral Thursday, May 26
12:00 - 12:10
69Aki Virkkula

Aerosol optical properties calculated from size distributions, filter samples and absorption photometer data at Dome C, Antarctica

Poster Tuesday, May 24
P-10
70Holger Vömel

Injection of unprecedented amounts of water vapor into the stratosphere by the eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai

Oral Wednesday, May 25
12:45 - 13:00
71Paul Walter

Balloon-based SO2 measurements during the Hunga Tonga eruption

Poster Tuesday, May 24
P-13
72Luke Western

Global emissions of HCFC-141b have been rising since 2017

Oral Thursday, May 26
12:25 - 12:40