GML highlights at AGU 2022 Fall Meeting

GML and CIRES researchers are presenting several talks and posters at the 2022 Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, and collaborating on many more. Highlights are below.


Bianca Baier: A12I-02 - A Multi-pronged Effort to Evaluate OCO-2 XCO2 and Tie Retrievals to Surface Observing Networks using AirCore. December 12, 9:10 - 9:20 CST (McCormick Place - E351 (Lakeside, Level 3)

John Miller: A12C-04 - Linking emissions of fossil fuel-CO2 and pollutant gases using measurements of atmospheric 14CO2 (radiocarbon) during SUNVEx 2021. December 12, 9:35 - 9:46 CST (McCormick Place - E351 (Lakeside, Level 3)

Xin Lan (GML/CIRES): A15C-07 - Constraining the global CH4 budget with high-quality measurements of CH4 and its stable carbon isotopes. December 12, 15:45 - 15:55 CST (McCormick Place - E351 (Lakeside, Level 3)

Colm Sweeney: A15C-09 - A multi-pronged effort needed to enhance measurements of GHG vertical profiles. December 12, 16:05 - 16:15 CST (McCormick Place - E351 (Lakeside, Level 3)

Joseph Sedler (GML/CIRES): H22F-06 - Low-level liquid bearing clouds drive lower atmosphere stability and radiative forcing in a seasonally snow-covered high-mountain watershed environment. December 13, 9:50 - 10:00 CST (McCormick Place - E253cd (Lakeside, Level 2)

Laura Riihimaki (GML/CIRES): GC26G-05: Harmonizing Land and Ocean Surface Radiation Measurements for a More Unified Global Picture of the Surface Radiation Balance. December 13, 17:28 - 17:40 CST (McCormick Place - S406b (South, Level 4)

Laura Riihimaki (GML/CIRES): A32B-02: Exploring ARM's Shortwave Spectral Measurements to Quantify Cloud and Aerosol Radiative Effects. December 14, 9:11 - 9:21 (McCormick Place - E258 (Lakeside, Level 2)

Arlyn Andrews: INV32B-02 - Atmospheric GHG Data Assimilation To Support US and International Climate Mitigation Efforts: Transitioning Research Systems to Sustained Operations. December 14, 9:16 - 9:31 (McCormick Place - S406a (South, Level 4) and online)

Lei Hu: B42D-03 - Is “CO2 fertilization” the primary driver for the enhanced seasonal cycle amplitude of atmospheric CO2 in the Arctic? December 15, 9:20 - 9:30 CST (McCormick Place - S406b (South, Level 4)

Stephen Montzka: A45D-04 - Can Measurements of Trace Gases Other Than CH3CCl3 Supply Useful Information About Atmospheric Hydroxyl Radical Abundance and Variability on Broad Scales? December 15, 15:15 - 15:25 CST (McCormick Place - E270 (Lakeside, Level 2)

Youmi Oh (GML/CIRES): B45D-06 - CarbonTracker-CH4 (v2022): An atmospheric assimilation system for estimating methane emissions consistent with atmospheric measurements of methane and its stable carbon isotopes (Invited) December 15, 15:35 - 15:45 CST (McCormick Place - S502ab (South, Level 4)

Lori Bruhwiler: B45D-07 - Do atmospheric observations of stable isotopes of methane help us to address the important unknowns about the global methane budget? December 15, 15:45 - 15:55 CST (McCormick Place - S502ab (South, Level 4)

Erin Boedicker (GML/CIRES): A46B-04 - A four-year record of simultaneously measured aerosol chemical and optical properties at a marine site in northern California. December 15, 17:15 - 17:25 CST (McCormick Place - E270 (Lakeside, Level 2)

Eric Hintsa (GML/CIRES): A51K-07 - Halocarbons in the Lower Stratosphere during the North American Summer Monsoon Season. December 16, 8:30 - 8:35 CST (Online poster discussion)

Aleya Kaushik (GML/CIRES): B53A-06 - Using Observed Carbon Residence Times to Improve Simulation of Total CO2 and 13CO2 Land Carbon Fluxes. December 16, 11:50 - 12:00 CST (McCormick Place - S501bcd (South, Level 5)

Aleya Kaushik (GML/CIRES): GC55A-01 - Advancing Understanding of Plant-Drought Responses in North American Ecosystems using Carbon Isotopic Discrimination in the Simple Biosphere Model. December 16, 14:47 - 14:58 CST (McCormick Place - S502ab (South, Level 4)

Lei Hu: A55G-02 - U.S. non-CO2 greenhouse gas emissions for 2007 – 2020 derived from atmospheric observations. December 16, 15:05 - 15:15 CST (McCormick Place - E354b (Lakeside, Level 3)


S M Nazrul Islam (GML/CIRES): A12B-61 - 14CO2 Observation-based U.S. Fossil Fuel CO2 (FFCO2) Emissions Estimation for the Period of 2010 to 2015. December 12, 9:00 - 12:30 CST (McCormick Place - Poster Hall, Hall - A (South, Level 3)

Sergio Ibarra Espinosa (GML/CIRES): B42K-1758 - Quantification of the COVID-19 impact on US methane emissions. December 15, 9:00 - 12:30 CST (McCormick Place - Poster Hall, Hall A (South, Level 3)

Peter Effertz (GML/CIRES): C45C - Increasing springtime surface ozone at the NOAA Barrow Atmospheric Baseline Observatory: influences of changes in meteorology and sea ice extent. December 15, 14:45 - 18:15 CST (McCormick Place - Poster Hall, Hall - A (South, Level 3)

Luke Western (GML Associate): A52Q-1202 - A 2D Global Atmospheric Model and Inverse Method to Estimate Emissions of Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depleting Substances. December 16, 09:00 - 12:30 CST (McCormick Place - Poster Hall, Hall A (South, Level 3)

Sergio Ibarra Espinosa (GML/CIRES): A52O-1183 - Air pollution simulation in South America using the Multi-Scale Infrastructure for Chemistry and Aerosols (MUSICA) model. December 16, 09:00 - 12:30 CST (McCormick Place - Poster Hall, Hall A (South, Level 3)

Jianghanyang Li (GML/CIRES): A52Q: A novel, cost-effective analytical method for measuring high-resolution vertical profiles of long-lived stratospheric trace gases and ozone-depleting substances. December 16, 09:00 - 12:30 CST (McCormick Place - Poster Hall, Hall A (South, Level 3)

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