Wednesday, May 26
Oral Session Poster Session

Agenda sorted by author

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First Author Title Type Session
1Candace Alagata

Coral reef community metabolism and air-sea CO2 fluxes in American Samoa: does land-based pollution drive spatial variability in ecosystem functions?

Poster Monday, May 24
P-12
2Caroline Alden

Continuous methane emissions monitoring at Permian natural gas production sites

Oral Friday, May 28
12:50 - 13:05
3Cohen Ang'u

Air Quality Patterns Associated with Changes in Energy use during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Kenya

Poster Thursday, May 27
P-38
4Elizabeth Asher

A spatially dense aerosol instrument network in the southern great plains: POPSnet-SGP

Poster Thursday, May 27
P-40
5Murat Aydin

Atmospheric carbonyl sulfide for the last 52.5 thousand years from a South Pole ice core

Oral Tuesday, May 25
12:50 - 13:05
6Kelly Balmes

All-sky aerosol direct radiative effects at the ARM SGP site

Oral Thursday, May 27
12:35 - 12:50
7Zachary Barkley

Analysis of Oil and Gas Ethane and Methane Emissions in the Southcentral and Eastern United States Using Four Seasons of Continuous Aircraft Ethane Measurements

Poster Friday, May 28
P-51
8Sourish Basu

Using Measurements of 13CH4 and CH4 in a Dual Tracer Atmospheric Inversion for Methane Source Attribution

Oral Friday, May 28
12:20 - 12:35
9Darrel Baumgardner

Extreme Ice Crystal Events Linked to Biomass and Fossil Fuel Combustion

Poster Thursday, May 27
P-39
10Benjamin Birner

Increasing atmospheric helium from fossil fuel exploitation

Poster Tuesday, May 25
P-23
11Brendan Byrne

Top-down North American CO2 fluxes with a nested version of CMSF-Flux

Poster Monday, May 24
P-3
12Arti Choudhary

Urban emissions load from passenger transportation and its mitigation

Poster Tuesday, May 25
P-22
13David Crisp

Top-down Atmospheric Inventories of CO2 and CH4 to Support the Global Stocktakes

Oral Monday, May 24
12:20 - 12:35
14Paolo Cristofanelli

Negative ozone anomalies at a high mountain site in northern Italy during 2020: a possible role of COVID-19 lockdowns?

Oral Wednesday, May 26
12:05 - 12:20
15Andrew Crotwell

Adoption of the WMO scale for H2 measurements in ambient air samples by the Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network

Poster Tuesday, May 25
P-18
16Janae Csavina

Investigating drift estimates and corrections for NEON data 

Poster Thursday, May 27
P-37
17Yuyan Cui

Evaluation of inverse model estimates of terrestrial biological CO2 fluxes from the OCO-2 v9 MIP in Temperate North America using ACT-America airborne observations

Poster Monday, May 24
P-4
18Jonathan F Dooley

Drone-based Measurements of Biogenic and Thermogenic Methane Fluxes at High Spatial Resolution

Poster Friday, May 28
P-55
19Peter Effertz

Changes in the seasonality and the magnitude of the diurnal cycle at NOAA surface ozone monitoring sites

Poster Wednesday, May 26
P-31
20Betsy Farris

Airborne Methane Lidar for Source Identification and Quantification

Poster Friday, May 28
P-53
21Andrea Fenner

Effects of Drought, Fire, and Stand Age on Carbon Dioxide Flux in Semi-arid Chaparral Ecosystems 

Poster Monday, May 24
P-7
22Valerio Ferracci

Effects of heatwaves and drought stress on isoprene in a UK temperate forest: results from the 2018-2020 WIsDOM campaigns

Poster Tuesday, May 25
P-19
23Adam J. Fleisher

Absolute 13C/12C Isotope Amount Ratios for Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in Air as Measured by Dual-wavelength Cavity Ring-down Spectrocopy

Poster Friday, May 28
P-49
24Paul Fraser

Australian hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emissions: 2003-2020

Oral Tuesday, May 25
13:20 - 13:35
25Maribel I. García-Ibáñez

Gaining insights into the seawater carbonate system using discrete fCO2 measurements

Poster Monday, May 24
P-11
26Cassandra Gaston

Marine Biogenic Emissions, African Dust and Smoke Impact Aerosol Composition and Cloud Condensation Nuclei in the North Atlantic Marine Boundary Layer: Observations during ATOMIC/EUREC4A and Insights from 50 Years of Aerosol Measurement in Barbados

Oral Thursday, May 27
13:20 - 13:35
27Julian Gröbner

Consistency of total column ozone measurements between the Brewer and Dobson spectroradiometers of the LKO Arosa and PMOD/WRC Davos

Poster Wednesday, May 26
P-28
28Brad Hall

Initial testing of an Aeris Technologies Ultra N2O/CO spectrometer

Poster Tuesday, May 25
P-16
29Detlev Helmig

Sources of Elevated Ozone in the Northern Colorado Front Range

Poster Wednesday, May 26
P-29
30Lei Hu

Welcome and Meeting Logistics

Oral Friday, May 28
12:00 - 12:05
31Lei Hu

Atmosphere-based U.S. emission estimates of SF6 for 2007 - 2018

Oral Tuesday, May 25
12:35 - 12:50
32Dale Hurst

Progress Towards a More Environmentally Friendly NOAA Frost Point Hygrometer

Oral Wednesday, May 26
13:20 - 13:35
33Tracey Jacksier

Evaluation of Carbon and Oxygen Isotope Fractionation of Pressurized CO2 as a Function of Temperature

Poster Friday, May 28
P-48
34Andrew R Jacobson

Global Land GPP from the Terrestrial Photosynthesis State Estimate

Oral Monday, May 24
12:35 - 12:50
35Yuming Jin

Mapping atmospheric CO2 and O2 from airborne observations using a mass-weighted isentropic coordinate

Poster Monday, May 24
P-13
36Bryan Johnson

New ECC Ozonesonde Pump Flow Efficiency Measurements

Poster Wednesday, May 26
P-24
37Aleya Kaushik

Welcome and Meeting Logistics

Oral Monday, May 24
12:00 - 12:05
38Aleya Kaushik

Understanding Vegetation Responses to Climate Change through Carbon Isotopic Discrimination in the Simple Biosphere Model

Poster Friday, May 28
P-47
39Ken Kehoe

Atmospheric data Community Toolkit (ACT): A python library for working with atmospheric data

Poster Thursday, May 27
P-36
40Vikram Khade

Testing a flux estimation method that accounts for transport error

Poster Monday, May 24
P-5
41Susan Kizer

SAGE III/ISS Validation of Ozone and Water Vapor V5.2 Data Using Collocated Balloon-borne Measurements

Oral Wednesday, May 26
13:05 - 13:20
42Narayanan M. Komerath

Payload Design for Global Continuous Atmospheric Mapping (GCAM)

Poster Wednesday, May 26
P-33
43Gerbrand Koren

Innovations in inverse modeling of the global CO2 and δ13C budgets

Poster Friday, May 28
P-45
44Christopher F. Lee

Four years of CU MAX-DOAS observations of stratospheric NO2 and O3 at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii

Poster Wednesday, May 26
P-30
45Qing Liang

Global N2O emissions on the rise: Results from a 3-D model budget estimate of atmospheric N2O and its isotopologues for 1980-2020

Poster Tuesday, May 25
P-17
46Megan Lickley

Quantifying the Imprints of Stratospheric Contributions to Interhemispheric Differences in Tropospheric CFC-11, CFC-12, and N2O Concentrations

Oral Tuesday, May 25
13:05 - 13:20
47Marcela Loría-Salazar

Toward Understanding the Effect of Smoke Aerosols on Boundary Layer Properties and Regional Weather due to Local-Generated and Transported Smoke

Oral Thursday, May 27
13:05 - 13:20
48Christoph Mahnke

Aviation impact on atmospheric aerosol observed from IAGOS-CARIBIC Flying Laboratory

Oral Thursday, May 27
12:05 - 12:20
49Poonam Mangaraj

Evaluating and Quantifying the Emission sources to address the rising Air Quality Catastrophe in Indian Megacity: Bengaluru

Poster Tuesday, May 25
P-20
50Sara Martinez-Alonso

MOPITT Validation with in situ Carbon Monoxide Profiles from Aircraft and AirCore

Oral Friday, May 28
13:05 - 13:20
51Stephen Maxwell

New measurements of the lunar spectral irradiance for satellite calibration

Poster Thursday, May 27
P-34
52Natasha Miles

Progress towards diagnosis of North American CO2 and CH4 fluxes with the expanded in-situ measurement network

Poster Friday, May 28
P-50
53Madhusmita Mishra

Radionuclide emission from coal based thermal power and industries in India (2018)

Poster Thursday, May 27
P-35
54Koji Miyagawa

Comparison of Ozone profiles between Umkehr, Ozonesonde and M2GMI model against the Troposphere and Lower stratosphere

Poster Wednesday, May 26
P-32
55Grisa Mocnik

A dual-wavelength photo-thermal interferometer for the determination of aerosol optical absorption coefficient and the absorption Ångström exponent

Poster Thursday, May 27
P-41
56Jessica Montes

Seasonal soil respiration responses to semiarid shrublands

Poster Monday, May 24
P-8
57Steve Montzka

On the Importance of Accurate, Observation-based Assessments Of global Environmental Agreements

Oral Tuesday, May 25
12:05 - 12:20
58Eric Morgan

An atmospheric constraint on the seasonal air-sea exchange of oxygen and heat in the extratropics

Oral Friday, May 28
13:20 - 13:35
59David Munro

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

Poster Monday, May 24
P-10
60David Munro

Updated climatological maps of surface ocean δ13C of DIC

Poster Friday, May 28
P-46
61Tomohiro Oda

Errors and uncertainties associated with the use of unconventional non-fuel activity data for estimating CO2 emissions

Poster Monday, May 24
P-1
62John Patterson

Hydrogen in Antarctic firn air: atmospheric reconstructions and implications for the budget

Poster Friday, May 28
P-56
63Irina Petropavlovskikh

Welcome and Meeting Logistics

Oral Wednesday, May 26
12:00 - 12:05
64Poster Presenters

Lightning Talks

Unknown Wednesday, December 31
Unknown
65Alice E. Ramsden

Quantifying fossil fuel methane emissions using co-emitted tracers and uncertain emission ratios

Oral Friday, May 28
12:05 - 12:20
66Bharat Rastogi

Evaluating consistency between total column CO2 retrievals from OCO-2 and the in situ network over North America: Implications for carbon flux estimation

Poster Monday, May 24
P-2
67Manon Rocco

Characterization of a new marine source of atmospheric BTEX

Poster Tuesday, May 25
P-15
68Coleen Roehl

Summary of advancements in the GGG2020 TCCON retrieval

Poster Monday, May 24
P-6
69Susanne Rohs

Provision of IAGOS water vapour data in Near Real Time (NRT) for the validation of the chemical transport models of Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS)

Poster Wednesday, May 26
P-27
70Venkadesh Samykannu

Investigating temporal relationships between Vegetation (NDVI) and Soil moisture (SMAP) in Tamil Nadu, India

Poster Friday, May 28
P-44
71Lauren Schmeisser

The relationship between aerosol optical properties and gases at the Table Mountain monitoring station during the 2020 Colorado wildfire season

Poster Thursday, May 27
P-42
72Patrick Sheridan

Welcome and Meeting Logistics

Oral Thursday, May 27
12:00 - 12:05
73James Patrick Sherman

How well do satellites measure aerosol optical depth over mountainous U.S. sites co-located with sunphotometers?

Poster Thursday, May 27
P-43
74Herman G.J. Smit

Quality Assurance in the WMO-Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) Program: A New Expert Team on Measurement Quality for More Standardization and Evaluation

Poster Tuesday, May 25
P-14
75Katie Smith

Characterizing typical atmospheric concentrations of shorter-lived Br-containing species over North America, between 2000-2020 

Poster Tuesday, May 25
P-21
76Logan Soldo

Snow Extent and Depth Over Central North America:1966-2018

Oral Thursday, May 27
12:20 - 12:35
77Peter Sperlich

Collaboration cultivates confidence: round robin and site comparisons support negative excursions in δ13C-CH4 measurements

Poster Friday, May 28
P-52
78Ryan M. Stauffer

An Updated Examination of the Post-2013 Ozonesonde Total Column Ozone “Dropoff”

Oral Wednesday, May 26
12:20 - 12:35
79Gabriele P. Stiller

Improved Global Distributions of SF6 and Mean Age of Stratospheric Air from MIPAS by Use of New Spectroscopic Data

Oral Tuesday, May 25
12:20 - 12:35
80Wu Sun

Midwest U.S. croplands determine model divergence in North American carbon fluxes

Oral Monday, May 24
12:50 - 13:05
81Anne M. Thompson

ASOPOS (Assessment of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for OzoneSondes) 2.0: Ozonesonde Measurement Principles and Best Operational Practices

Poster Wednesday, May 26
P-26
82Anne M. Thompson

Regional and Seasonal Trends in Tropical Ozone from SHADOZ Profiles: Reference for Models and Satellite Products

Oral Wednesday, May 26
12:35 - 12:50
83Michael A Todt

Baseline Balloon Stratospheric Aerosol Profiles (B2SAP): Long-term stratospheric aerosol measurements

Oral Thursday, May 27
12:50 - 13:05
84Jocelyn Turnbull

Latitudinal Distribution of Atmospheric ∆14CO2 over the Southern Ocean

Oral Monday, May 24
13:20 - 13:35
85Isaac Vimont

Welcome and Meeting Logistics

Oral Tuesday, May 25
12:00 - 12:05
86Holger Vömel

The importance of the time response of Electrochemical Concentration Cell (ECC) ozonesondes for measurements of tropospheric and stratospheric ozone

Poster Wednesday, May 26
P-25
87Rebecca H. Ward

Recent Measurements Indicate an Increase in Methane Emissions from Alaska’s North Slope

Poster Friday, May 28
P-54
88Christoph Zellweger

The revised CO2 calibration scale at the World Calibration Centre WCC-Empa

Oral Monday, May 24
12:05 - 12:20
89Lily N. Zhang

On the Use of Satellite Observations to Fill Gaps in the Halley Station Total Ozone Record

Oral Wednesday, May 26
12:50 - 13:05
90Li Zhang

Multi-Season Evaluation of CO2 Weather in OCO-2 MIP Models

Oral Monday, May 24
13:05 - 13:20
91Zhen Zhang

Nature or Humans? Scenarios for constraining why atmospheric methane continues to rise

Oral Friday, May 28
12:35 - 12:50
92Alessandra Zuniga

The Interactive Effects of Elevated Carbon Dioxide Concentrations and Water Stress on Grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) Gas Exchange and Water Use Efficiency

Poster Monday, May 24
P-9