CSD Seminars:

2014 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 10 Long-range Transport of Mineral Dust and Black Carbon - Results from Measurements with the DLR Falcon Research Aircraft
Speaker: Bernadett Weinzierl, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Atmospheric Physics
December 3 Fresh insights into the sources and distribution of peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN) from new in situ and satellite observations
Speaker: Emily Fischer, Colorado State University, Department of Atmospheric Science
October 29 The Structure of Atmospheric Particles & Impacts on Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate
Speaker: Miriam Freedman, Penn State University, Department of Chemistry
October 24
10am Friday
Air quality in London - emissions and chemistry
Speaker: James Lee, University of York, Department of Chemistry
October 8 Characterizing Gasoline and Diesel Contributions to Air Pollution Problems
Speaker: Rob Harley, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
September 17 Identifying and quantifying direct human influences on atmospheric CH4 and CO2
Speaker: Eric Kort, University of Michigan
September 10 Insights into the evolution of transient climates from statistical methods
Speaker: Elisabeth Moyer, University of Chicago, Department of Geophysical Sciences
September 3 On the Relationship between Open Cellular Convective Cloud Patterns and the Spatial Distribution of Precipitation
Speaker: Tak Yamaguchi, NOAA ESRL CSD and CU CIRES
August 20 Monitoring Atmospheric Composition by GEO-KOMPSAT-1 and 2
Speaker: Jhoon Kim, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
August 13 Explicit Modelling of the Multiphase Oxidation of Organic Compounds
Speaker: Bernard Aumont, Laboratoire Interuniversitaire des Systémes Atmosphériques (LISA), Universités Paris Est Creteil et Paris Diderot, France
August 6 Aerosol formation and growth in coal-fired power-plant plumes: Linking plume-scale processes to global aerosols and climate
Speaker: Robin Stevens, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia
August 5
10am Tuesday
The OH budget during VOC oxidation: New insights from chamber experiments in SAPHIR at low NO concentrations
Speaker: Hendrik Fuchs, FZ Juelich, Germany
August 1
10am Friday
Aerosols, ice clouds and climate
Speaker: Ulrike Lohmann, ETH Zurich, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science
July 23 Impacts of Environmental Factors on the Health and Biogeochemical Effects of Fungal Spores and Marine Viruses
Speaker: Yinon Rudich, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel
June 12
10:30am Thursday
Updates on the WB-57 platform and opportunities for supporting Earth Science
Speaker: Andrew Roberts, NASA WB-57F Program
June 2
Maïdo observatory: a new high-altitude station facility at Reunion Island (21° S, 55° E)
Speakers: Stephanie Evan and Jerome Brioude, CNRS-Reunion Island University and CU CIRES
May 28 Bioaerosol research at CSD: One year of laboratory evaluations and field measurements
Speaker: Anne Perring, NOAA ESRL CSD and CU CIRES
April 23 High and low places: Developing constraints on atmospheric VOCs using space-based and ground-based observations
Speaker: Dylan Millet, University of Minnesota
April 16 Estimating entrainment and detrainment from individual clouds using large eddy simulations of shallow convection
Speaker: Phil Austin, UBC, Vancouver
April 11
10am Friday
The Chemistry-Climate Model Initiative (CCMI): Investigating outstanding science questions
Speaker: Michaela Hegglin, University of Reading, UK
April 2 Insights into the Hydrological Cycle via GPS RO and its future cousin, ATOMMS
Speaker: Rob Kursinski, Moog Advanced Missions & Science
March 26 A model study of tropospheric impacts of the Arctic ozone depletion 2011
Speaker: Judith Perlwitz, NOAA ESRL PSD and CU CIRES
March 19 Analyses of airborne field data to quantify anthropogenic methane emission sources in the U.S.
Speaker: Jeff Peischl, NOAA ESRL CSD and CU CIRES
March 12 Scientific Ideas and Technology Showcase
Speakers: Owen Cooper, Tom Ryerson, Ru-Shan Gao, NOAA ESRL CSD
February 26 The midlatitude jet-stream as a driver of ozone and carbon dioxide variability
Speaker: Libby Barnes, Colorado State University
February 19 Chemistry at atmospheric aqueous interfaces: In situ constraints on halogen activation at the air-sea and air-particle interface
Speaker: Tim Bertram, University of California, San Diego
January 22 Thunderstorms and Chemistry - Overview of the DC3 Field Project with a Focus on Scavenging of Soluble Trace Gases
Speaker: Mary Barth, NCAR
January 15 Regional-Scale Modeling of Air Pollutants in South Asia
Speaker: Rajesh Kumar, NCAR