2022 ARM/ASR PI Meeting Agenda

 

Monday, 24 October 2022

Time Title
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Registration desk open
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Invitation-only Meetings
ARM Infrastructure Management Board (IMB) [invitation only] [Montgomery]
ASR Science Focus Area (SFA) and boutique lab project meeting [invitation only] [Regency]
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM Working Lunch
New ASR Principal Investigator (PI) lunch meeting [sign-up required] [Potomac]
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Breakout Session 1
Shortwave-absorbing aerosols and their interactions with clouds [Regency] — Paquita Zuidema, Yan Feng, Art Sedlacek Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Representation of biomass burning organic aerosols in E3SM and future outlook — Manish Shrivastava
Seasonal Variations in Fire Conditions Drive Aerosol Optical Properties over the Southeast Atlantic — Haochi Che
Determination of Kappa for LASIC — Ernie R. Lewis
Distinct Biomass-Burning Aerosol Regimes at Ascension Island — Amie Dobracki
Using Black Carbon Mixing State to Probe Biomass Burning Aerosol (BBA) Lifecycle — Arthur J. Sedlacek
Evaporation of Volatile Compounds Darkens Brown Carbon Particles — Alex Laskin
Carbonaceous aerosol spectral absorption in the Amazon — Fernando Morais
Humidity effects on black carbon and brown carbon light absorption: Laboratory and TRACER studies — Manvendra K. Dubey
Biomass-burning smoke—number, composition, and aging — Calvin Howes
Contribution of biomass burning aerosols to above-cloud aerosol optical depth over the SE Atlantic — Yan Feng
Chemical and Absorption Properties of Organic Aerosols in N. California and Insights into the Photooxidant Production Potentials of BrC Components — Qi Zhang
Summary of new publications on smoke and smoke-cloud interactions in the southeast Atlantic — Paquita Zuidema
TRacking Aerosol Convection interactions ExpeRiment (TRACER) [Roosevelt] — Michael Jensen, Heath Powers, Chongai Kuang, Nathan Wales Upload Presentation
Presentations:
An Overview of TRACER(+) Science and Operations — Michael Jensen
An Overview of TRACER (+) Science and Operations - Part 2 — Michael Jensen
An Overview of TRACER (+) Science and Operations - Part 3 — Michael Jensen
Preliminary Analysis of the CSAPR2 Convective Cell Tracking Observations During TRACER — Pavlos Kollias
ARM AOS Aerosol Observations during TRACER — Olga Mayol Bracero
Planned TRACER Modeling Activities — Jiwen Fan
Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) [Eisenhower] — Matthew Shupe, Jessie Creamean Upload Presentation
Presentations:
MOSAiC Session Intro — Matthew Shupe
Updates on MOSAiC ARM Data Products — Damao Zhang
Sea Salt Aerosols in the Winter/Spring Arctic — Jian Wang
Individual Atmospheric Particle Sources & Composition during MOSAiC — Kerri A. Pratt
Annual cycle of ice nucleating particles (INPs) in the central Arctic during MOSAiC — Jessie Creamean
Measurements of snowfall during MOSAiC — Sergey Matrosov
Sources and Formation Mechanisms of Liquid Bearing Clouds Over MOSAiC — Israel Silber
Cloud Impacts on the Surface Energy Budget — Matthew Shupe
Snow thermal conductivity and conductive flux variability during the MOSAiC winter — Anne Sledd
Observations of Dynamic Air-Ice-Ocean Interaction Events During MOSAiC — Ola Persson
Improving short-term forecasts of the Arctic ocean-sea ice-atmosphere coupled system using wintertime statistics from the MOSAiC campaign — Amy Solomon
Disentangling the roles of large-scale subsidence, moisture flux, and aerosol effects on Arctic cloud lifetime — Andrew Dzambo
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Break
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Breakout Session 2
New and Emerging Ground-Based Measurements and Technologies [Roosevelt] — Adam Theisen, Olga Mayol-Bracero, Allison Aiken, Jennifer Comstock Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Particle Flux Analytics - SnowPixel — Ryan Szczerbinski
Open Snowflake Camera for Research and Education — Aaron Kennedy
Arete - CW Conical Profiling DiAL — Paul Lundquist
Rubidium HSRL — Ed Eloranta
Shipborne Atmospheric Extinction Lidar — David Sonnenfroh
Ground-based Water Vapor Atmospheric Vertical Profiler — David Bomse
Differential Absorption Radar/High Resolution Cloud Radar — Pavlos Kollias
Improving single particle quantification through hardware and data analytics — Maria Zawadowicz
Photothermal Interferometer — Art Sedlacek
Single Particle Soot Photometer - eXtended Range — Art Sedlacek
CAPS PMSSA Monitor — Timothy Onasch
CAPS NOx Monitor — Timothy Onasch
Ground-based Thermal Imaging for Clouds — Bhupendra Raut
Next Gen AERI System — Jonathan Gero
Autonomous Profiling Radiometer — Marian Klein
TWST Cloud Properties Sensor — Stephen Jones
Convection—Cloud Chambers: The Pi Chamber and the Aerosol Cloud Drizzle Convection Chamber (ACDC2) — Raymond Shaw
Plans for Eastern Pacific Cloud Aerosol Precipitation Experiment (EPCAPE) [Eisenhower] — Lynn Russell, Mark Miller, Israel Silber, Dan Lubin Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Introduction to EPCAPE — Lynn Russell
ARM Cloud and Radiation at EPCAPE (ARM, SIO) — Dan Lubin
Mt. Soledad Droplet Measurements (ECCCanada and Dalhousie) — John Liggio
Mt. Soledad Aerosol Measurements (NCSU, UCLA, SIO) — Markus Petters
SCILLA Twin Otter Measurements (NPS, UCR, UNM) — Mikael Witte
ARM Translator Products for EPCAPE — Shaocheng Xie
Coarse Mode Atmospheric Aerosols: Size Distributions and Composition Measurements and Modeling [Regency] — Maria Zawadowicz, Chongai Kuang, Yan Feng Upload Presentation
Bridging ARM Data with Kilometer Grid Scale Models [Potomac] — Yunyan Zhang, Adam Varble, Andreas Prein, Scott Giangrande Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Current Use of ARM Observations at NASA GISS: Aerosol-Aware Ensembles and Process-Oriented Statistics — Ann Fridlind
Confronting MCS Simulations with ARM Observations Across the Convective Gray Zone — Andreas Prein
Overview of The Doubly Periodic SCREAM Configuration — Peter Bogenschutz
Building Regionally Refined SCREAM (RRM-SCREAM) for ARM sites — Hsi-Yen Ma
Observational needs for the diversity of organized convection in global convection-permitting models — Zhe Feng
Observational needs for aerosol impacts on deep convective clouds — Jiwen Fan
Examining Convective Cell Evolution and Aerosol Impacts Using Cloud Resolving Model Simulations and Radar Cell Tracking Observations — Mariko Oue
The Evolution of Deep Convective Cloud Kinematic Properties over the Amazon Rainforest with Cloud Lifetime — Gupta, Siddhant
CACTI model-observation integration for advancing convective cloud understanding — Adam Varble
6:00 PM - 6:00 PM No-host in-person social

Tuesday, 25 October 2022

Time Title
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Registration desk open
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Plenary Session - Programmatic Updates [Plaza Ballroom]
9:00 AM - 9:10 AM Welcome/Introduction to the Meeting — Gary Geernaert, DOE, Acting Associate Director for Biological and Environmental Research (BER) Upload Presentation
Welcome/Introduction to the Meeting — Dan Stover, DOE, Acting Director, Earth and Environmental Systems Sciences Division Upload Presentation
9:10 AM - 9:40 AM Atmospheric System Research (ASR) — Jeff Stehr, DOE/BER
Atmospheric System Research (ASR) — Shaima Nasiri, DOE/BER
9:40 AM - 10:20 AM Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User Facility — Sally McFarlane, DOE/BER
Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User Facility — Jim Mather, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User Facility — Nicki Hickmon, Argonne National Laboratory
Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User Facility — Jennifer Comstock, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10:20 AM - 10:50 AM Updates on new BER initiatives — Jennifer Arrigo, DOE/BER; Shaima Nasiri, DOE/BER
10:50 AM - 11:00 AM ARM User Facility awards — Jim Mather, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11:00 AM - 11:15 AM Break
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM Plenary Session - Field Campaign Updates [Plaza Ballroom]
ARM 3rd Mobile Facility (AMF3): Oliktok Point Science — Gijs de Boer, University of Colorado/NOAA
ARM 3rd Mobile Facility (AMF3): Future plans in the Southeast US — Chongai Kuang, Brookhaven National Laboratory & Mike Ritsche, Argonne National Laboratory
COMBLE — Cold-air Outbreaks in the Marine Boundary Layer Experiment — Bart Geerts, University of Wyoming
MOSAiC — Multidisciplinary Drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate — Matt Shupe, University of Colorado/NOAA
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Working Lunch & Poster Viewing [Atrium]
Meet the User Executive Committee (UEC): Learn How to Engage with the ARM Facility [Eisenhower] Upload Presentation
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Breakout Session 3
ARM Aerial Facility and Tethered Balloon System — Updates and Future Direction [Regency] — Jason Tomlinson, Beat Schmid, Fan Mei, Dari Dexheimer Submit Summary Upload Presentation
Presentations:
ArcticShark update — Jason Tomlinson
ArcticShark UAS Data Overview — Fan Mei
Using UAS to study Land-Atmosphere-Cloud Interactions — Jerome Fast
UAS possibilities for LASSO and related high-resolution modeling — Bill Gustafsson
Chemical analysis of PM samples collected from UAS platform — Qi Zhang
TBS update — Dari Dexheimer
TBS ice nucleating particle (INP) measurements — Jessie Creamean and Carson Hume
Size and Time-resolved Aerosol Collector Results — Swarup China
Vertically-resolved Atmospheric Cluster Observations — Chongai Kuang
Update and Discussion on Boundary-layer Structure, In-cloud Vertical Velocity, and Precipitation Products [Plaza Ballroom] — Christine Chiu, Scott Giangrande, Christopher Williams Submit Summary Upload Presentation
Earth System Model Evaluation and Development Using ARM Data Sets: Community Modeling Activities [Roosevelt] — Ann Fridlind, Shaocheng Xie, Christina McCluskey, Hugh Morrison Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Background and Introduction — Ann Fridlind
Successes and barriers of community model intercomparison exercises — Hugh Morrison
GASS diurnal cycle of precipitation (DCP) project — Shaocheng Xie
COMBLE Project: On the Road to an LES/SCM Intercomparison — Timothy W. Juliano and Florian Tornow
ESM Process-Oriented Evaluation with the Earth Model Column Collaboratory (EMC²) — Israel Silber
Enhancing EMC2simulators for GCMs — Jingjing Tian and Yuying Zhang
Which aspects of aerosol physics are currently most limiting for understanding aerosol impacts on climate? — Susannah Burrows
Cloud and precipitation physics most limiting ESM skill (IMHO) — Andrew Gettelman
Importance of supercooled liquid water for aerosol indirect forcing and cloud feedback — Xiaohong Liu
4:00 PM - 4:15 PM Break
4:15 PM - 6:15 PM Breakout Session 4
The CACTI Field Campaign and LASSO-CACTI Simulations: Datasets, Early Findings, and Future Research [Roosevelt] — Adam Varble, Bill Gustafson, Zhe Feng, James Marquis Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Overview of CACTI datasets, ongoing research, and future opportunities — Adam Varble
LASSO-CACTI simulations and beta release — Bill Gustafson
Tracking convective cells in observations and LASSO towards understanding deep convective cloud growth — Zhe Feng
Updraft accelerations in deepening convection — Scott Powell
Clear-air radar observations of upslope flow structure and variation during CACTI — Neil Lareau
High resolution airborne observations of warm cloud microphysics during the initiation of deep convection in the complex terrain of central Argentina during CACTI — Yayun Qiao
Advanced Aerosol Sampling for Advancing Aerosol Science [Regency] — Allison McComiskey, Gannet Hallar, Tim Onasch, Nicole Riemer Submit Summary Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Aerosol Sampling Breakout Introduction — Tim Onasch
Aerosol Sampling Breakout - Continuous Operation vs Intensive Operation Periods — Tim Onasch
Cloud-aerosol-precipitation-radiation interaction studies over the Southern Ocean and Antarctic [Eisenhower] — Greg McFarquhar, Jay Mace, Roger Marchand Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Linking multi-scale observations and simulations of mixed-phase clouds based on DOE MARCUS, MICRE and AWARE campaigns — Minghui Diao
What controls LWP and its mesoscale structure over the Southern Ocean and Antarctica? — Ann Fridlind
Observational needs for simulating Southern Ocean aerosol and ice nucleating particles — Christina McCluskey
Cloud microphysics sensitivities in the Southern Ocean: what have we learned and what is next — Andrew Gettelman
Ice nucleating particles in the Southern Ocean Boundary layer: DOE campaign results and needs for the future study — Paul DeMott
A CCN Budget Model Perspective — Roger Marchand
Cloud droplet number gradients in the summertime Southern Ocean — Gerald Mace
Lessons learned from Southern Ocean cloud-aerosol-precipitation-radiation field campaigns in 2017-18 and needs for future observations — Greg McFarquhar
How to improve SO the observation of aerosols, CCN, INPs, etc. in the future? — Qing Niu

Wednesday, 26 October 2022

Time Title
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Registration desk open
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Poster Session 1 [Atrium]
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Poster Session 2 [Atrium]
11:00 AM - 11:15 AM Break
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM Plenary Session [Plaza Ballroom]
11:15 AM - 11:35 AM Leveraging Field-Campaign Networks to Identify Sexual Harassment in Atmospheric Science and Pilot Promising Interventions — Emily Fischer, Colorado State University [virtual]
11:35 AM - 12:15 PM ASR/ARM Early Career Research Program talks
Ice-nucleating particles that impact clouds and climate: progress and research needs - Susannah Burrows, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Towards the development of a baseline in ground-based ice-nucleating particle properties at three fixed ARM sites - Naruki Hiranuma, West Texas A&M University
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM Workshop report-outs
ARM/ASR Open Science Workshop — Adam Theisen, Argonne National Laboratory
Integrated Mountainous Hydroclimate — Kristen Rasmussen, Colorado State University
DOE/NOAA Marine Cloud Brightening Workshop — Graham Feingold, NOAA
Future of Atmospheric LES Workshop — Kyle Pressel, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory [virtual presentation]
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Working Lunch & Poster Viewing [Atrium]
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Breakout Session 5
Scientific Findings from the First Year of SAIL and SPLASH Observations and Directions for the Coming Year — Dan Feldman, Gijs de Boer Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Intro to SAIL — Dan Feldman
Intro to SPLASH — Gijs de Boer
SAIL data and products overview — Damao Zhang
Snowfall retrieval products — Scott Collis
Precipitation process insights from SAIL — V. Chandrasekar (Chandra)
Aerosol process insights from SAIL — Allison Aiken
SAIL ice-nucleating particle data — Tom Hill
Aerosol precipitation interactions at SAIL — Jiwen Fan
SAIL Seasonal Aerosol Properties — Jim Smith
Aerosol composition and processing Surface-Atmosphere Integrated Laboratory (SAIL) campaign — Maria Zawadowicz
The 3rd ARM Mobile Facility in the Southeast United States: Current Plans for Science-Driven Facility Siting, Configuration, Instrumentation, and Outreach — Chongai Kuang, Nicki Hickmon, Shawn Serbin, Scott Giangrande Upload Presentation
Presentations:
The 3rd ARM Mobile Facility (AMF3) - Future Plans in the Southeast US — Chongai Kuang
Land-Atmosphere Interactions (LAI) sub-breakout session — Shawn Serbin
Aerosol Processes sub-breakout session — Chongai Kuang
Convective Cloud Processes sub-breakout session — Scott Giangrande
Ice nucleation and secondary ice production and impacts on mixed-phase and ice clouds — Xiaohong Liu, Paul DeMott, Daniel Knopf, Nicole Riemer Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Catching soil INPs on the fly: early results from the AGINSGP campaign — Susannah Burrows
Biological ice nucleating particles are dominant and enigmatic over arable regions — Paul DeMott
The seasonal contrast of aerosols that can seed ice formation in central Arctic clouds — Jessie Creamean
Radar quantification of secondary ice occurrence at Utqiagvik and beyond — Edward Luke
Evidence of secondary ice production based on in-situ and remote sensing observations in the High Latitudes — Minghui Diao
Ice Nucleation Cold Storage — Markus Petters
4:00 PM - 4:15 PM Break
4:15 PM - 6:15 PM Breakout Session 6
Cloud, aerosol, and boundary layer process studies of high-latitude marine post-frontal clouds: an observationally constrained model intercomparison effort [Eisenhower] — Bart Geerts, Tim Juliano, Mikhail Ovchinnikov, Paul DeMott Upload Presentation
Vertical distribution of aerosol properties [Regency] — Jennifer Comstock, Swarup China, John Shilling, Jessie Creamean Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Chemical imaging of vertically resolved particles in past and ongoing studies — Alex Laskin
Look up: Probing the vertical profile of new particle formation and growth in the planetary boundary layer with models and observations — Jeffrey Pierce
Examining the vertical heterogeneity of aerosol properties over the Southern Great Plains — Yang Wang
Vertical distribution of aerosol phase state over the Alaskan Arctic — Nurun Nahar Lata
Molecular level understanding of vertically-resolved organic aerosol using direct mass spectrometry — Gregory Vandergrift
Emissions and fate of biological particles in the atmosphere — Allison Steiner
Assessment of vertical CCN retrieval methods against in-situ CCN observations — Gourihar Kulkarni
Analysis of TBS INP measurements during the AGINSGP experiment — Gavin Cornwell
TBS INP Measurements — Jessie Creamean
ARM Radar Operations and Science [Roosevelt] — Adam Theisen, Ya-Chien Feng, Alyssa Matthews, Andrei Lindenmaier Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Radar Hardware Status — Andrei Lindenmaier
Radar data updates — Ya-Chien Feng
FY23 Radar Plan — Adam Theisen
ARM Cloud Radar VAPs — Karen Johnson
Maximizing Science from ARM's Precipitation Tasked Radars — Scott Collis
Advancing ARM’s Radar Wind Profiler (RWP) Processing  — Christopher Williams
Radar Roadmap to Operations — Adam Theisen

Thursday, 27 October 2022

Time Title
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Registration desk open
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Poster Session 3 [Atrium]
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Poster Session 4 [Atrium]
11:00 AM - 11:15 AM Break
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM Plenary Session — Working Groups Science Presentations [Plaza Ballroom]
Measurement of Sulfuric Acid Vapor Concentrations using a Condensation Particle Counter — Coty Jen, Carnegie Mellon University
Dissipation of Mixed-Phase Arctic Clouds and Its Relationship to Aerosol Properties — Adel Igele, University of California, Davis
Constraining an anvil area growth rate model using WRF simulations, DOE/ARM observations, and multi-sensor satellite datasets — Greg Elsaesser, Columbia University/NASA GISS
Adjustments to the law-of-the wall above Amazonian Forests explained by a spectral link — Gabriel Katul, Duke University
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Working Lunch
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Working Group Sessions
Aerosol Processes [Regency] — Nicole Riemer, Jim Smith Upload Presentation
Convective Processes [Eisenhower] — Adam Varble, Mike Jensen Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Convective Processes Working Group Introduction/Overview — Adam Varble and Hugh Morrison
Notable impact of wildfires in the western US on weather hazards in the central US — Jiwen Fan
GoAmazon 2014/15 observations of the shallow-to-deep convection transition in Amazonia — Henrique Barbosa
Bridging observations and LES towards reducing uncertainties in convection-permitting models — Zhe Feng
Cumulus dilution: Correlation versus causation — Dan Kirshbaum
Does vertical velocity influence entrainment in moist thermals — Jake Mulholland
Using geostationary satellite imagery to understand environmental controls on entrainment in deep convection — John Peters
Control of the shallow-to-deep convective transition by environmental relative humidity and the horizontal scale of sub-cloud forcing — Hugh Morrison
High-Latitude Processes [Roosevelt] — Gijs de Boer, Greg McFarquhar Upload Presentation
Warm Boundary Layer Processes [Plaza Ballroom] — Rob Wood, Yunyan Zhang Upload Presentation
Presentations:
Introduction — Yunyan Zhang and Rob Wood
ARM Translator Products for WBLP — Shaocheng Xie
Lightning Talks First Round — Various Presenters
Lightning Talks Second Round — Various Presenters
Lightning Talks Third Round — Various Presenters
Conclusions and Acknowledgments — Yunyan Zhang and Rob Wood