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First Author Title Type Session
Caroline Alden

Atmospheric inversions and satellite data reveal recent Amazon carbon balance variability driven by climate anomalies

Poster P-23
Arlyn E. Andrews

North American CO2 Fluxes, Inflow, and Uncertainties Estimated using Atmospheric Measurements from the North American Carbon Program

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 20
09:30-09:45
Angela K. Baker

Long-Term Observations of NMHCs from the IAGOS-CARIBIC Flying Observatory 

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 19
13:45-14:00
David F. Baker

Surface CO2 fluxes implied by 5 years of ACOS v3.5 GOSAT XCO2 retrievals, 2009-2014

Poster P-3
Zachary Barkley

Fugitive Emissions from Unconventional Wells in Northeastern Pennsylvania: Tower Network Design

Poster P-10
John Barnes

Measuring aerosol optical depth (AOD) and aerosol profiles simultaneously with a camera lidar

Poster P-47
Sourish Basu

The potential of 14CO2 measurements to constrain the North American fossil fuel CO2 flux

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 19
14:00-14:15
Germar Bernhard

Retrieving vertical ozone profiles from measurements of spectral global irradiance

Poster P-41
Lori Bruhwiler

Arctic Methane: Can the top-down and bottom-up views of its budget be reconciled?

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 19
11:45-12:00
James H. Butler

The Tricks of the Climate Politicians – Translated

Poster P-53
Christopher J. Cox

Pan-Arctic surface radiation measurements for analysis of Arctic climate change

Poster P-50
Sara Crepinsek

Inhomogeneity of Conductive Heat Fluxes around the Tiksi Meteorological Tower

Poster P-60
David Crisp

Early XCO2 Estimates from the NASA Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2)

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 19
13:00-13:15
Heather Q. Cronk

Techniques for Analyzing a Long-Term Observational Dataset Using Global Water Vapor Data from the NVAP-M Blended TPW Dataset

Poster P-36
Molly Crotwell

Uncertainties in Preliminary Estimates of CO2 and CH4 Trends

Poster P-4
Patrick Cullis

Ozone Soundings Restarted at NOAA/SHADOZ Site in Suva, Fiji

Poster P-38
M. E. Davis

Recently detected CFCs:  UV absorption spectra, atmospheric lifetimes, global warming and ozone depletion potentials

Poster P-27
Kenneth J. Davis

Atmospheric Carbon and Transport – America:  An Earth Venture mission dedicated to improving the accuracy, precision and resolution of atmospheric inverse estimates of CO2 and CH4 sources and sinks

Poster P-5
Sean Davis

Recent stratospheric water vapor variability as revealed by SWOOSH, a new merged satellite data set

Poster P-46
Patrick Disterhoft

Update on the calibration and system upgrades of the NOAA GRAD UV Monitoring Networks

Poster P-52
Edward J. Dlugokencky

An Update on the Atmospheric Methane Growth Rate: Growth Surges During 2014

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 19
10:30-10:45
Geoffrey S. Dutton

Characterizing the Niwot Ridge, Colorado C1 site: local and regional pollution

Poster P-32
James W. Elkins

Large and small Unmanned Aircarft Systems (UAS) for trace gas measurements in climate change studies 

Poster P-25
Chris Elvidge

Progress on Estimation of Global Gas Flaring With VIIRS Data

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 20
09:00-09:15
Arantzazu Eiguren Fernandez

A High-Efficiency Condensation Growth Sampler for Collecting Concentrated Aerosol Particles on a Solid Substrate and in Liquids

Poster P-49
Gregory Frost

GEIA’s Vision for Improved Emissions Information

Poster P-56
Ru-Shan Gao

A new and inexpensive tool for Ozone, Aerosol, and AOD vertical profiling

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 20
14:15-14:30
Brad D. Hall

Is the growth rate of nitrous oxide increasing?

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 20
15:30-15:45
Emrys Hall

NOAA FPH vs APicT during the AquaVIT-2 Water Vapor Intercomparison 

Poster P-37
A. Gannet Hallar

Multi-year Measurements of Aerosols at Storm Peak Laboratory, a Colorado Mountain Top Site

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 20
13:15-13:30
Birgit Hassler

Comparison of global tropospheric ozone precursors from measurements and the MACCity global emissions inventory

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 20
11:45-12:00
Alexie Heimburger

Improving and Assessing Aircraft-based Greenhouse Gas Emission Rate Measurements for the city of Indianapolis (INFLUX project)

Poster P-17
Eric J. Hintsa

Low Ozone in the Tropical Tropopause Layer (TTL) over the Western Pacific

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 20
11:00-11:15
Joseph T. Hodges

Quantitative Laser Spectroscopy for SI-Traceable Measurements of Greenhouse Gases

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 19
11:30-11:45
John E. Ten Hoeve

Aerosol effects on cloud cover as determined by ground- and space-based sensors

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 19
16:15-16:30
Lei Hu

Carbon tetrachloride emissions from the U.S. during 2008 – 2012

Poster P-30
Lin Huang

Characterizing Carbonaceous Aerosols Transported to the Canadian Arctic: Attribution of Emission Sources/Regions of the Black Carbon at Alert

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 20
13:00-13:15
Dale Hurst

Is There Evidence of Convectively Injected Water Vapor in the Lowermost Stratosphere Over Boulder, Colorado?

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 20
10:30-10:45
Bryan J. Johnson

Homogenization of the Boulder, Colorado Ozonesonde Record: 1986-2014

Poster P-40
Anna Karion

In-Situ Greenhouse Gas Measurements from Boreal Alaska

Poster P-13
Aleya Kaushik

Three years of stable water isotope data at the Boulder Atmospheric Observatory site: Insights into boundary layer moisture dynamics and atmosphere-land surface water fluxes 

Poster P-33
Richard A. Keen

Volcanic Aerosol forcing of the Global Climate derived from Lunar Eclipse observations, 1979-2014

Poster P-48
Jaymes Kenyon

Use of Solar Irradiance Measurements to Improve the Physical Parameterizations in the Rapid Refresh and High-Resolution Rapid Refresh Models

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 19
15:45-16:00
Melita Keywood

Southern Ocean Atmospheric Chemistry and Aerosols - from Cape Grim to the RV Investigator

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 20
13:45-14:00
Jeffrey T. Kiehl

The Importance and Challenges of Communicating Climate Science

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 19
08:35-09:05
Jinwoong Kim

Influence of CO2 observations on the optimized CO2 flux in the CarbonTracker framework

Poster P-6
Dimitri Klebe

The Infrared Sky Imager: A new instrument at the ARM Southern Great Plains site

Poster P-51
Elena Konopleva

Observation and Analysis of the Zero-curtain Effect in Tiksi (Siberia).

Poster P-59
Kathy O. Lantz

Near real-time solar irradiance and aerosol optical depth from NOAA ISIS and SURFRAD stations for verification of solar forecasts for the Solar Forecast Improvement Project (SFIP)

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 19
15:15-15:30
Thomas Lauvaux

Urban inversion of CO2 emissions at high resolution over Indianapolis

Poster P-16
John C. Lin

An Emerging Greenhouse Gas Observational Network in the Intermountain West:  Observing Greenhouse Gas Mixing Ratios and Isotopes Across Rural to Urban Gradients

Poster P-21
Chuck Long

Evidence of Clear-Sky Daylight Whitening: Are we already conducting geoengineering?

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 19
16:30-16:45
Chuck Long

The Baseline Surface Radiation Network: Surface Radiation Observations for Climate Research

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 19
15:00-15:15
M. Lopez

Methane observations in Alberta and Saskatchewan (Canada): Distinct signals from oil and gas activities.

Poster P-12
Zhang Lu

Relative humidity effects on aerosol light scattering in the Yangtze River Delta of China

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 20
13:30-13:45
Alexander E. MacDonald

Cost-competitive reduction of carbon emissions of up to 80% from the U.S. electric sector by 2030

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 19
09:25-09:45
Audra McClure-Begley

Colorado Front Range Ozone Analysis

Poster P-44
Allison McComiskey

Surface-based cloud radiative properties for improved understanding of aerosol-cloud interactions

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 19
16:00-16:15
Max R. McGillen

Assessing the Atmospheric Impact of CF3CClH2 (HCFC-133a):  Laboratory Measurements of OH Kinetics and UV and Infrared Absorption Spectra

Poster P-28
Natasha Miles

Detectability and quantification of atmospheric boundary layer greenhouse gas dry mole fraction enhancements from urban emissions:  Results from INFLUX

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 20
08:15-08:30
John B. Miller

Initial atmospheric fossil-fuel CO2 estimates from the Los Angeles Megacity project

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 20
08:30-08:45
Logan Mitchell

Long-term Trends in Carbon Dioxide Enhancements in an Urban Region 

Poster P-19
Logan Mitchell

Spatial and Temporal Observation of Urban Trace Gases and Pollutants from a Light Rail Vehicle Platform

Poster P-20
Steve Montzka

Increases in tropospheric chlorine from dichloromethane, a gas not controlled by the Montreal Protocol

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 20
15:15-15:30
Rowena Moss

Carbon Monoxide Concentration and Isotope Measurements in New Zealand

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 19
10:45-11:00
Gabriel Moy

Modification of VIIRS Sensor Data Record Operational Code for Consistency of Data Product Limits

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 19
15:30-15:45
Robert R. Nelson

Aerosol First Guess Sensitivity in the Atmospheric CO2 Observations from Space (ACOS) XCO2 Retrieval Algorithm

Poster P-2
Jesse Nusbaumer

Water vapor isotope ratio measurements at NOAA/GMD sites to constrain the isotope-enabled Community Earth System Model.

Poster P-34
Chris O'Dell

Initial Validation and Bias Correction of OCO-2 Carbon Dioxide retrievals

Poster P-1
Chang-Feng Ou-Yang

Measurement of Volatile Organic Compounds using Trigger Sampling in Southeast Asia during Biomass Burning Season

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 19
11:15-11:30
Dimitrios K. Papanastasiou

The very short-lived ozone depleting substance, CHBr3 (bromoform):  Revised UV absorption spectrum, atmospheric lifetime and ozone depletion potential

Poster P-29
David Parrish

Comparison of Seasonal Cycles of Tropospheric Ozone from Three Chemistry-Climate Models (CCMs) with Measurements

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 20
11:15-11:30
Vivienne Payne

Satellite observations of peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN) in the tropical troposphere: New insights into the seasonal and inter-annual variability of the reactive nitrogen budget

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 20
15:45-16:00
Gabrielle Petron

Results from the multi-species analysis of discrete air samples collected in the Denver-Julesburg oil and natural gas basin between 2008 and 2014

Poster P-9
Irina Petropavlovskikh

Boulder ozone sonde data analyses for multiple tropopause origins

Poster P-42
D.K. Rao

Preliminary studies of carbon isotopic composition of methane in the marine atmosphere over the Arabian coast.

Poster P-24
Katie Read

Observations of trace gases and methane at the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory: evaluation of methane “trend”

Poster P-57
Chris Reed

NOx Time Series and NOy Speciation in the Tropical Marine Boundary Layer at the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory 

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 20
16:00-16:15
Chris Rella

Measuring Methane Emissions from Oil and Natural Gas Well Pads in the Barnett Shale Using the Mobile Flux Plane Technique

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 20
09:15-09:30
Laure Resplandy

Constraints on air-sea fluxes of carbon and heat from measurements of atmospheric potential oxygen 

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 19
10:15-10:30
Andrew Rollins

A prototype instrument for measuring SO2 using laser induced fluorescence 

Poster P-26
Antonia Rosati

Enabling Data Discovery and Data Re-use by Improving Software Usability

Poster P-55
Olivia Salmon

Wintertime Airborne Measurements of Greenhouse Gases and Criteria Pollutants in Washington D.C.

Poster P-11
Andres Schmidt

Bayesian optimization of NEE and NEP in Oregon using a dense CO2 observation tower network and the Community Land Model (CLM4.5)

Poster P-22
Andrew E. Schuh

GEOS-Chem-CarbonTracker

Poster P-8
Martin Schultz

The Global Atmosphere Watch Reactive Gases Measurement Network

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 19
14:15-14:30
Stefan Schwietzke

Global methane budget and natural gas leakage based on long-term δ13CH4 measurements and updated isotopic source signatures

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 19
11:00-11:15
Henry B. Selkirk

Ticosounding Turrialba – Profiles of volcanic sulfer dioxide (SO2) in Costa Rica and validation for OMI and OMPS

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 20
16:15-16:30
Patrick Sheridan

Aerosol Measurements at South Pole:  Impact of Local Contamination

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 20
14:00-14:15
Christopher A. Shuman

Temperature Variability of AWS Sensors Operating at the Greenland Summit (2008–13)

Poster P-58
Alexis A. Shusterman

Estimating Urban Carbon Dioxide Fluxes at High Spatial Resolution from In Situ Observations: First Results from the Berkeley Atmospheric CO2 Observation Network

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 20
08:45-09:00
Chris Sloop

Update on Earth Networks Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Monitoring Network

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 20
09:45-10:00
Chance W. Sterling

Ozone Vertical Profiles Measured During the Front Range Air Pollution and Photochemistry Experiment (FRAPPE) from Tethered Ozonesondes in July-August 2014.

Poster P-43
Luis Suarez-Salas

First tropospheric ozone measurements at the Observatory of Huancayo, Peru

Poster P-45
Colm Sweeney

Highlights: Four corners methane emissions verification study

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 20
16:30-16:45
Pieter P. Tans

Toward the Atmospheric Greenhouse Gas Observing System We Need

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 19
09:05-09:25
Kelsey Tayne

Global Monitoring Division Education 

Poster P-54
Anne Thompson

Southern Hemisphere Additional Ozonesondes (SHADOZ) Updates: 2014-2015

Poster P-39
Troy Thornberry

Observations of TTL water vapor and cirrus properties from the NASA Global Hawk during the Airborne Tropical TRopopause EXperiment

Poster P-35
Taku Umezawa

Climatology of spatiotemporal variations of tropospheric CO2 observed by CONTRAIL-CME

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 19
13:15-13:30
Taku Umezawa

Methyl chloride as a tracer of tropical tropospheric air in the lowermost stratosphere inferred from CARIBIC passenger aircraft measurements

Poster P-31
Kristal R. Verhulst

Exploring spatial and temporal gradients in atmospheric CO2 and CO using in situ observations in the Los Angeles megacity

Poster P-18
Isaac Vimont

A Study of Carbon Monoxide Stable Isotopes at the Indianapolis Flux Project (INFLUX)

Poster P-15
Martin K. Vollmer

Fourth Generation Anthropogenic Halogenated Greenhouse Gases

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 20
15:00-15:15
Holger Vömel

10 Years of Water Vapor and Ozone Soundings at Costa Rica

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 20
10:45-11:00
Stephan F.J. De Wekker

Evaluating planetary boundary layer depths in CarbonTracker for a region around the Moody tall tower in Texas

Poster P-7
John Worden

Sensitivity of Northern Hemispheric Tropospheric Ozone to Anthropogenic Emissions as Observed by Satellite Observations

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 20
11:30-11:45
Kai Wu

Sensitivity of flux accuracy to setup of fossil fuel and biogenic CO2 inverse system in an urban environment

Poster P-14
T. Yokota

GOSAT Data Products Generated in Collaborative Effort with NOAA/GMD

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 19
13:30-13:45