CSD Seminars:

2013 Past Seminars

Unless otherwise noted, all seminars were Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. Mountain Time in the CSD seminar room (2A305) of the David Skaggs Research Center, 325 Broadway, Boulder, CO

December 18 WRF-CHEM modeling of tracers, photochemistry and organic aerosols: a focus on the CalNex and Uintah Basin field studies
Speaker: Ravan Ahmadov, NOAA ESRL CSD & CU CIRES
December 4 Air quality measurements and emissions within the Los Angeles Basin during CalNex-2010 from a regional model perspective
Speaker: Stu McKeen, NOAA ESRL CSD & CU CIRES
November 20 Ocean-Derived Sources of Cloud Condensation Nuclei
Speaker: Tim Bates, NOAA PMEL
November 13 Effects of Siberian forest fires on regional air quality and meteorology
Speaker: Rokjin Park, NOAA ESRL CSD & CU CIRES
November 8
Friday, 11am
The changing oxidative environment in urban and regional Europe
Speaker: Paul Monks, University of Leicester
November 6 How does oceanic biology influence the production mechanisms of organic aerosol in the Marine Boundary Layer?
Speaker: Maria Cristina Facchini, Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (ISAC) - National Research Council (CNR), Bologna, Italy
October 30 Long-term changes in lower tropospheric baseline ozone concentrations: Comparing chemistry-climate models and observations at northern mid-latitudes
Speaker: David Parrish, NOAA ESRL CSD
October 23 Definite, possible, and unlikely mechanisms for Arctic climate change
Speaker: Jennifer Kay, UCAR
September 25 The Atmospheric Chemistry of n-, i-, s- and t-butanol biofuels
Speaker: Max McGillan, NOAA ESRL CSD & CU CIRES
September 11 Observational constraints on ozone radiative forcing: perspectives from satellites, models, and assimilation
Speaker: Kevin Bowman, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
August 28 Sources of and Factors Determining Dust, Soot, and Ozone in the Western U.S. Mountain Ranges
Speaker: Qinbin Li, UCLA
August 14 Vertical profiles of atmospheric constituents and their changes/trends retrieved from SCIAMACHY 2002 to 2012
Speaker: John Burrows, Institute of Environmental Physics, University of Bremen, Germany
July 31 New Concepts for Studying Land-Surface-Atmosphere (LSA) Feedback
Speaker: Volker Wulfmeyer, NOAA ESRL CSD & CU CIRES Visiting Scientist
July 24 Numerical Modeling of the Evolving Stable Boundary Layer
Speaker: Zbigniew Sorbjan, Department of Physics, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
July 8
Monitoring, Analyzing and Predicting Chemical Weather in Asia
Speaker: Guy Brasseur, Director, Climate Service Center, Hamburg, Germany and Advanced Study Program, NCAR
June 26 Dynamics, radiation and cloud microphysics - what controls stratospheric water?
Speaker: Stephan Fueglistaler, Department of Geosciences/AOS, Princeton University
May 30
Emission monitoring with OMI and TROPOMI and the European atmospheric satellite program
Speaker: Pieternel Levelt, Climate Observations KNMI and University of Technology Delft
May 29 The representation of the TTL in a tropical channel version of the WRF model
Speaker: Stephanie Evan, NOAA ESRL CSD & CU CIRES
May 24
Global Monitoring of Atmospheric Composition by IAGOS-CORE Aircraft: Status, Potential Involvement of US Partners, and Instrument Developments
Speaker: Andreas Petzold, Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
May 15 How Sensitive are Deep Convective Clouds to Aerosol Perturbations?
Speaker: Zachary Lebo, NCAR/ASP
April 17 Co-benefits of Global Greenhouse Gas Mitigation for Future Air Quality and Human Health
Speaker: Jason West, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
April 10 Multiphase organic photochemistry in the atmosphere
Speaker: Anne Monod, University of Marseille, France
April 3 Bounding the role of black carbon in the climate system: A scientific assessment
Speaker: David Fahey, NOAA ESRL CSD & CU CIRES
March 27 Molecular Chemistry of Atmospheric Aerosols and Their Environmental Impacts
Speaker: Alexander Laskin, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
March 6 Absorbing trace gases and aerosols: Recent laboratory and field work on glyoxal and brown carbon
Speaker: Rebecca Washenfelder, NOAA ESRL & CU CIRES
February 20 Understanding Surface Emissions by Multiple Approaches
Speaker: Greg Frost and Claire Granier, NOAA ESRL & CU CIRES
February 6 Measurements of tracers for marine organic carbon chemistry at interfaces: relevance for the oxidative capacity of the tropical troposphere
Speaker: Rainer Volkamer, University of Colorado at Boulder
January 23
Powering the world, U.S., and individual states for all purposes with wind, water, and sun
Speaker: Mark Z. Jacobson, Director, Atmosphere Energy Program, Stanford University
January 16 Long-term ozone trends at rural ozone monitoring sites across the United States, 1990-2010
Speaker: Owen R. Cooper, NOAA ESRL CSD / CU CIRES