American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

 

December 9-13, 2019
San Francisco, California

Changes to the official AGU schedule are still being made, please check back for the latest updates.

Monday, 9 December 2019

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
ED13A. Sharing Their Science: Enabling Scientists in Public Engagement and Communication Efforts I
Oral ED13A. Enhance Your Science With Social Media and Blogging Hanna Goss 15:10
Moscone South 216, L2
A13B. Aerosol, Cloud, Precipitation, and Radiation Studies over the Southern Ocean I
Oral A13B. Concentrations and Characteristics of Ice Nucleating Particles in Nascent Sea Spray at Macquarie Island Thomas Christopher James Hill1 14:55
Moscone West 3000, L3
Oral A13B. Atmospheric drivers of boundary layer cloud properties in the southern oceans in observations and a climate model Catherine M Naud 14:10
Moscone West 3000, L3
A13O. Cloud-Aerosol-Precipitation Interactions and Their Parameterizations in the Context of Weather and Climate II Posters
Poster A13O. Microphysical Impact of Aerosols on Convective Clouds and Precipitation Takamichi Iguchi 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
GC13B. Fire and Smoke: Impacts Near and Far I
Oral
Invited
GC13B. Transport, Composition, and Lifetime of Extreme Wildfire Smoke to Assess their Impacts (Invited) Manvendra Krishna Dubey1 13:55
Moscone West 2020, L2
A14E. Cloud-Aerosol-Radiation-Climate Interactions in the Southeastern Atlantic I
Oral A14E. Assessment of Meteosat-SEVIRI cloud retrievals in open cells and partially cloudy scenes over the southeast Atlantic David Painemal1 17:45
Moscone West 3000, L3
Oral A14E. A summary of ORACLES-deployments in 2016-2018 to study aerosol-radiation-cloud interactions in the South-East Atlantic Jens Redemann 16:15
Moscone West 3000, L3
Oral A14E. EVOLUTION OF OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF BIOMASS BURN PLUMES Ernie R Lewis 16:45
Moscone West 3000, L3
GC12A. Coupled Surface Interactions in the Arctic and Antarctic: From Process-Level Understanding to Advanced Regional Predictive Capabilities I
Oral
Invited
GC12A. Observatory- and UAS-based perspectives on the surface energy budget of the Arctic (Invited) Gijs de Boer1 10:20
Moscone West 2003, L2
A11E. Cloud-Aerosol-Precipitation Interactions and Their Parameterizations in the Context of Weather and Climate I
Oral A11E. Opposite Effects of Bimodal CCN on Stratus and Cumulus Clouds James Gary Hudson 09:00
Moscone West 3000, L3
A13T. Use of Unmanned Systems in Atmospheric Science II Posters
Poster A13T. Reliable Wind Vector Estimation for Scientific Analysis of Atmospheric Measurements by Small Unmanned Aerial Systems Abhiram Doddi 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A13T. Portable Aerosol Instruments for Deployment on Unmanned Aerial Systems Fred J Brechtel 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
A11J. Aerosol, Cloud, Precipitation, and Radiation Studies over the Southern Ocean II Posters
Poster A11J. Distributions of Condensation Nuclei, Cloud Condensation Nuclei and Cloud Properties over the Southern Ocean: First Results from MARCUS/MICRE Qing Niu 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A11J. Improved Accuracy in Shipborne Broadband Irradiance Measurements during MARCUS using New Tilt-Corrected SHIPRAD Systems Laura Riihimaki1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A11N. Cloud-Aerosol-Radiation-Climate Interactions in the Southeastern Atlantic Ocean II Posters
Poster A11N. Observational and model inter-comparisons of aerosol and cloud properties during the NASA ORACLES field campaign Ian Yi-Yin Chang1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A11N. Loss of Organic Carbon Along with Changes in Aerosol Optical Properties in African Biomass Burning Due to Long Range Transport Over the Southeast Atlantic Ocean. Amie Nicole Dobracki1,2 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A11L. Boundary Layer Clouds and Climate Change II Posters
Poster A11L. A Wider Field-of-View is Better: Quantifying the Information on Trends in Cloud-Fraction from Narrow- and Wide Field-of-View Instruments Using ARM data Daniel Feldman 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A11R. Marine Aerosols, Trace Gases, and Clouds over the North Atlantic Ocean II Posters
Poster A11R. Impact of Seasonal Variabilities and Synoptic Conditions on Vertical Profiles of Trace Gas and Aerosol Properties over the Eastern North Atlantic Yang Wang1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A11R. Quantifying Surfactant Effects on Cloud Droplet Activation Robert L McGraw 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A11R. Characterizing the variability and co-variability of the microphysical properties of marine boundary layer clouds: In situ measurements from ACE-ENA and implication for climate models Zhibo Zhang 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A11R. Cloud microphysics and droplet growth using airborne holographic data during ACE-ENA Neel Desai 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A11R. Seasonal Comparisons of Aerosol and Cloud Observations from ACE-ENA Matthew C Wyant1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
GC13H. Coupled Surface Interactions in the Arctic and Antarctic: From Process-Level Understanding to Advanced Regional Predictive Capabilities II Posters
Poster GC13H. Quantification of seasonal heat retention by sea-ice: calculations from analytic surface-energy balance Chaincy Kuo1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
A14D. Biomass Burning and Its Impacts: Emission, Chemical Evolution, and Beyond IV
Oral A14D. Time Evolution of Trace Gasses, Aerosols, and Their Optical Properties in Nine Wildfire Plumes Sampled During the BBOP Field Campaign Lawrence I Kleinman1 17:30
Moscone West 3006, L3
Oral A14D. Dilution impacts on aerosol aging in biomass burning plumes: combining WE-CAN and BBOP measurements with modeling to learn how dilution rates and cross-plume concentration gradients impact smoke aerosol Anna Hodshire1 16:45
Moscone West 3006, L3
A12B. Aerosol-Radiation-Cloud-Precipitation Interactions: Linking Regional Air Pollution and Climate Change I
Oral A12B. Rapid growth of urban ultrafine aerosols and their impact on shallow clouds and precipitation in the Amazon rainforest Rahul A Zaveri1 11:50
Moscone West 3000, L3
A13L. Aerosol-Radiation-Cloud-Precipitation Interactions: Linking Regional Air Pollution and Climate Change II Posters
Poster A13L. Mechanisms of New Particle Formation and Its Contribution to Cloud Condensation Nuclei over the Amazon Rainforest Bin Zhao1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
IN11B. Applications of Free and Open-Source Technologies for Advancing Earth and Space Science eLightning
Oral IN11B. Multitenant Web Applications for Managing Data Across Multiple Projects at ORNL, Example: NGEE-Arctic, ARM, and Mercury Critical Interfaces Science Focus Area Michael Cameron Crow1 08:00 - 10:00
Moscone South eLightning Theater III
A11K. Atmospheric Oxidation Capacity Constraints: Laboratory Investigations, Field and Remote Sensing Observations, and Modeling Studies II Posters
Poster A11K. Reconciling Measured OH through Box Model Simulations during GoAmazon2014/5 Daun Jeong1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall

Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
GC24B. Advances in Understanding Impacts of Land Use and Land Cover Change in a Changing Climate Using Earth System Records and Models II
Oral GC24B. Neglecting irrigation contributes to climate model summertime warm-and-dry biases in the central United States Yun Qian1 17:45
Moscone West 2007, L2
A23R. Multisensor, Model, and Measurement Synergy: “Raising the Bar” for Aerosols, Clouds, Convection, and Precipitation (A-CCP) Posters
Poster
Invited
A23R. Cloud and aerosol properties in transition zones between cloudy and clear skies (Invited) Alexander Marshak 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
H21H. Advances in Subsurface Characterization and Monitoring Using Geophysical and Hydrogeological Methods IV Posters
Poster H21H. Building Large-scale Complex Hydrostratigraphy Model Using Big Data of Well Logs: Subsurface Characterization of the Capital Area, Louisiana Hamid Vahdat Aboueshagh 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A21D. Marine Aerosols, Trace Gases, and Clouds over the North Atlantic I
Oral A21D. Constraining the major condensing species during the growth of small particles in marine boundary layer of eastern North Atlantic Guangjie Zheng 08:30
Moscone West 3000, L3
Oral A21D. Contrasting characteristics in open- and closed-cell stratocumulus in the Eastern North Atlantic Michael P Jensen1 09:45
Moscone West 3000, L3
Oral A21D. Vertical variation of cloud microphysical relationships in stratocumulus clouds measured during the ACE-ENA campaign Seong Soo Yum1 09:30
Moscone West 3000, L3
Oral
Invited
A21D. Surface-based joint retrievals of cloud and drizzle over the North Atlantic – evaluations and implications on coalescence process rates (Invited) Christine Chiu 09:00
Moscone West 3000, L3
A23T. Observing and Simulating Aerosol-Cloud-Radiation Interactions in a 3-D Atmosphere Posters
Poster
Invited
A23T. Plumes or thermals: Probing shallow cumuli in 4D with stereo cameras (Invited) David M Romps 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
A23E. Light-Absorbing Carbon Aerosol from Observations and Models I
Oral A23E. Chemical attribution of enhanced absorption by aged wildfire aerosol in smoke plumes from the Woodbury Fire, Arizona James Edward Lee1 14:16
Moscone West 3006, L3
Oral A23E. Direct Radiative Effects of Light-absorbing Carbonaceous Aerosols in E3SM Yan Feng 15:04
Moscone West 3006, L3
Oral A23E. Improving our Understanding of Light Absorbing Aerosols from Biomass Burning Arthur J Sedlacek III 13:52
Moscone West 3006, L3
Oral A23E. Modified Parameterisation of Black Carbon Aging in a Climate Model Sudipta Ghosh 15:16
Moscone West 3006, L3

Wednesday, 11 December 2019

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
A33B. Boundary Layer Clouds and Turbulence and Their Interaction with the Underlying Land or Ocean Surface II
Oral A33B. Climatology of Continental Shallow Cumulus Using Five Years of Stereo Photogrammetry Rusen Oktem 14:10
Moscone West 3010, L3
Oral A33B. Influences of surface energy partitioning on convective initiation and organization: Observations and cloud-permitting model experiments Ian N Williams 15:10
Moscone West 3010, L3
Oral A33B. Irrigation Impact on Water and Energy Cycle over the United States using Convection-permitting WRF and a Dynamical Recycling Model Zhao Yang1 15:25
Moscone West 3010, L3
Oral A33B. Land-atmosphere feedback on the development of shallow cumulus clouds using the land model coupled LES Jungmin Lee1 14:55
Moscone West 3010, L3
Oral A33B. Analysis of the shallow-to-deep convection transition in GoAmazon observations Yang Tian1 13:40
Moscone West 3010, L3
A32E. Boundary Layer Clouds and Turbulence and Their Interaction with the Underlying Land or Ocean Surface I
Oral A32E. Sensitivity of Boundary Layer Turbulence and Shallow Convective Clouds to Land Surface Properties during the HI-SCALECampaign Jerome D Fast1 12:05
Moscone West 3010, L3
Oral A32E. Observational Evidence of the Effect of Large-scale Drivers on Marine Boundary Layer Precipitation during Subsidence in the Eastern North Atlantic Katia Lamer 11:05
Moscone West 3010, L3
A31L. Cumulus Dynamics from Reduced-Order Perspectives Posters
Poster A31L. A Stochastic Plume Number Generator for discretized Spectral Convection Schemes based on Predator-Prey Equations Roel Neggers1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A31L. Testing alternative formulations of the double-Gaussian PDF closure in CLUBB Heng Xiao 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A31L. Evaluating assumed PDFs for continental moist convection in the 2–120 km resolution range Meng Huang1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A31W. What’s New in Atmospheric New Particle Formation? Posters
Poster A31W. Exploring the Impacts of Water Vapor on New Particle Formation Mechanisms James N Smith1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A31N. Diagnosing the Components of Radiative Forcing and Addressing Its Sources of Intermodel Spread Posters
Poster A31N. Implications of generalized Lorenz-­Mie theory for shortwave cloud radiative effects in an absorbing atmosphere William Drew Collins1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A34B. Dust in a Changing Climate: From Small‐Scale Insights to Large‐Scale Understanding II
Oral A34B. Global Impacts of Dust Speciation on Mixed-Phase Clouds through Ice Nucleation Xiaohong Liu1 17:15
Moscone West 3006, L3
GH33A. Extreme Heat: Understanding Vulnerability, Risk, and the Implications for Policy, Individual and Community Health, Economics, and Natural Resources I
Oral GH33A. Naked Sweaty Humans in a GCM: When and Where Are the First Unlivable Places on Earth? Yi-Chuan Lu 14:28
Moscone West 2020, L2
GH31B. Extreme Heat: Understanding Vulnerability, Risk, and the Implications for Policy, Individual and Community Health, Economics, and Natural Resources III Posters
Poster GH31B. Limits to Survivability in Extreme Heat Yi-Chuan Lu 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall

Thursday, 12 December 2019

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
A43C. Process-Oriented Analysis of Cloud and Precipitation Physics I
Oral A43C. How Much Can We Learn About Rain Microphysics from Polarimetric Radar Observations? An Investigation of Information Content and Parameter Estimation Using the Bayesian Observationally-constrained Statistical-physical Scheme (BOSS) 14:55
Moscone West 3010, L3
Oral
Invited
A43C. Subgrid variations of the cloud water and droplet number concentration over the tropical ocean: satellite observations and implications for warm rain simulations in climate models (Invited) Zhibo Zhang1 13:40
Moscone West 3010, L3
A43Q. Laboratory Studies in Atmospheric Sciences IV Posters
Poster A43Q. Photolysis controls the atmospheric burden of biogenic SOA Maria A Zawadowicz1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A43Q. Impact of Photochemical Aging on SOA Yield and Equilibrium Partitioning Predictions John Shilling1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
A41L. Boundary Layer Clouds and Turbulence, and Their Interaction with the Underlying Land or Ocean Surface III Posters
Poster A41L. Regional moisture budget and land-atmosphere coupling over the US Southern Great Plains: Comparisons among observations, reanalysis, and model simulations Cheng Tao 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A41L. Continental Shallow Cumulus Clouds in ARM Observations and DOE E3SM Single-Column Model Yunyan Zhang 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A41L. The Scale Dependency of the Soil Moisture-Convection Coupling during HI-SCALE Koichi Sakaguchi1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A41L. Reconciling differences between large-eddy simulations and Doppler-lidar observations of continental shallow cumulus cloud-base vertical velocity Satoshi Endo1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A41L. The Evening Transition of the Continental Boundary Layer: Application of New Boundary Layer Data Sets and Modeling Tools Larry K Berg1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A41L. Scale Dependency of Variances and Fluxes in a Convective Boundary Layer over Heterogeneous Land Surface Mikhail Ovchinnikov 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A41L. Large-eddy simulations of boundary-layer flows over an asymmetric ridge Heping Liu 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A41Q. Process-Oriented Analysis of Cloud and Precipitation Physics III Posters
Poster A41Q. Unexpected impacts of riming on hydrometeor density and fallspeed in Multi Angle Snowflake Camera measurements Timothy J Garrett1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A41Q. Model and Observational Response to Biomass-burning Smoke Calvin Howes 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A43K. Cloud Properties, Processes, and Associated Parameterization II Posters
Poster A43K. Evaluation of subsiding cloud shells in sheared environments and associated impacts on entrainment/detrainment Lucas McMichael and David B Mechem 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
B41K. Surface-Atmosphere Interactions: Advances in Analysis and Scaling of Surface-Atmosphere Fluxes II Posters
Poster B41K. Improving Evapotranspiration Estimates from CMIP5 Simulations: Future Trends and Sensitivity to Changing Climate over North America Ryan C Sullivan 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A42C. Cloud Properties, Processes, and Associated Parameterization I
Oral A42C. Factors Governing Cloud Growth and Entrainment Rates in Shallow Cumulus and Congestus During GoAmazon 2014/2015 Jordan Eissner1 10:50
Moscone West 3010, L3
ED43B. Three-Dimensional Printing in Earth and Planetary Science Education and Outreach I Posters
Poster ED43B. From Instrumentation to Outreach: Applications of 3D Printing to Promote Education in the Atmospheric Sciences Aaron D Kennedy 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
A43H. Atmospheric Convection: Processes, Dynamics, and Links to Weather and Climate IV Posters
Poster A43H. The influences of large scale forcing on the diurnal cycle of rainfall over Darwin: observations and modelling. Robert Clyde Jackson1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
A43G. The Sources and Fate of Organic Gases and Particles in the Atmosphere: Characterizations, Mechanisms, and Modeling I
Oral A43G. A Robust Clustering Algorithm for Measurements of Composition-Dependent Thermal Desorption of Organic Aerosol Christopher D Cappa1 15:25
Moscone West 3006, L3
A41N. Dust in a Changing Climate: From Small‐Scale Insights to Large‐Scale Understanding III Posters
Poster A41N. Comparative Study of Ice Nucleation Parameterizations for Dust Minerals in Climatological Simulations With a Global Model Jan P Perlwitz 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A44D. Process-Oriented Analysis of Cloud and Precipitation Physics II
Oral A44D. Using disdrometer observations to identify limitations in parameterizations of rain drop breakup Stephen Millican Saleeby1 17:30
Moscone West 3010, L3
Oral
Invited
A44D. A Stochastic Approach for Representing Uncertainty and Variability in Cloud Microphysical Parameters for use in Process-Oriented Studies (Invited) Greg M McFarquhar 16:15
Moscone West 3010, L3

Friday, 13 December 2019

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
A53A. Aerosols, Clouds, and Chemistry in Polar and Pristine Regions I
Oral A53A. Hydroxymethanesulfonate (HMS) Formation during Summertime in An Arctic Oil Field Jun Liu1 15:10
Moscone West 3006, L3
Oral A53A. Polar “Opposites” in Aerosol Seasonal Cycles: Particle Chemical Composition in the Arctic and Antarctic Lynn M Russell1 14:25
Moscone West 3006, L3
A53U. Understanding the Evolution and the Impact of Mesoscale and Severe Local Convective Storms II Posters
Poster A53U. Reducing Computational Cost of Convective System LES via Translating Nests William I Gustafson Jr1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
A52G. Microphysical and Macrophysical Properties and Processes of Ice and Mixed-Phase Clouds: Linking in Situ, Remote Sensing Observations and Multiscale Models I
Oral A52G. Toward Understanding the Characteristics of Mixed-Phase Clouds Simulated in E3SM with ARM M-PACE Observations Meng Zhang1 12:05
Moscone West 3012, L3
Oral A52G. Variations in Snow Microphysical Properties During StormVEx Derived from a Scanning W-Band Radar and Co-Located In Situ-Measurements Gerald G Mace1 11:35
Moscone West 3012, L3
Oral
Invited
A52G. Assessing the Roles of Primary and Secondary Ice Formation in Clouds Through Measurements and Modeling (Invited) Paul J DeMott1 10:20
Moscone West 3012, L3
Oral
Invited
A52G. Observatory- and model-based efforts to understand the influence of cloud-nucleating particles on clouds in Arctic Alaska (Invited) Gijs de Boer 11:20
Moscone West 3012, L3
A52D. Aerosol Chemistry and Effects in the Anthropocene II
Oral A52D. The State of Acidity in the Atmosphere: Particles and Clouds Havala Olson Taylor Pye1 10:20
Moscone West 3006, L3
A52B. Advances in Radar Remote Sensing of Clouds and Precipitation: Observations, Data Processing, Weather, and Water Model Applications I
Oral A52B. Determining the phase of cloud tops and their heights using combined observations with GOES-R satellite and WSR-88D ground-based radars Jiaxi Hu1 12:05
Moscone West 3004, L3
GC52C. Satellite Data Development of Land Surface Key Variables and Solar Radiation Modeling I
Oral
Invited
GC52C. Developing a Parameterization for Solar Variability in WRF-Solar Version 2 (Invited) Laura Riihimaki1,2 10:32
Moscone West 2007, L2
A51L. Process-Oriented Analysis of Cloud and Precipitation Physics IV Posters
Poster A51L. Using Polarimetric Doppler Radar Observations to Probabilistically Inform a New Class of Particle-Property Predicting Bulk Ice Microphysics Schemes Matthew R Kumjian1 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A51L. CloudBOSS: a new Bayesian approach to bulk cloud and precipitation parameterization with tuneable structural complexity Marcus van Lier-Walqui 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall
A52C. Advancing the Particle-Scale Understanding of Atmospheric Aerosol I
Oral A52C. Effect of Aerosol Acidity on Volatility of Isoprene and Monoterpene-derived Secondary Organic Aerosol Alla Zelenyuk1 11:05
Moscone West 3008, L3
Oral A52C. An Experimentally Constrained Chemistry-Microphysics Model for Organic Aerosol Aging and Particle Phase State Wayne Chuang 11:35
Moscone West 3008, L3
Oral
Invited
A52C. Quantifying spatial and temporal variation of aerosol mixing state using a particle-resolved regional aerosol model (Invited) Nicole S Riemer 11:20
Moscone West 3008, L3
A53O. Atmospheric Ice Nucleating Particles, Primary Ice Nucleation, and Secondary Ice Production: Laboratory, Field, and Modeling Studies II Posters
Poster A53O. Impacts of high latitude dust emissions on the Arctic mixed-phase clouds through heterogeneous ice nucleation Yang Shi1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A53O. Ice Formation by Ambient Tropospheric, Laboratory Generated SOA, and Mixed Mineral Dust Particles Peiwen Wang1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
Poster A53O. Time-dependent immersion freezing explained by stochastic nucleation processes and substrate variance Daniel Alexander Knopf1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
A51D. Atmospheric Ice Nucleating Particles, Primary Ice Nucleation, and Secondary Ice Production: Laboratory, Field, and Modeling Studies I
Oral A51D. Global Importance of Secondary Ice Production: Impacts on Cloud Properties and Radiative Forcing Xi Zhao1 09:45
Moscone West 3008, L3
A53D. Linking Clouds, Convection, and Circulation: Insights from Models, Theory, and Observations I
Oral A53D. The water-vapor continuum and the breakdown of steady RCE at high temperatures David M Romps 14:25
Moscone West 3012, L3
A53R. Microphysical and Macrophysical Properties and Processes of Ice and Mixed-Phase Clouds: Linking in Situ, Remote Sensing Observations and Multiscale Models II Posters
Poster A53R. From a Case Study to Global Simulations: Testing Antarctic Cloud Processes in a Climate Model Using AWARE Data Israel Silber1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
A53M. Advancing the Particle-Scale Understanding Of Atmospheric Aerosol II Posters
Poster A53M. Mixing State and Composition of Aerosol Particles Collected During the GoAmazon2014/15, HI-SCALE, and ACE-ENA Field Campaigns Matthew W Fraund1 13:40 - 18:00
Moscone South Poster Hall
A52A. Atmosphere and Cryosphere Coupling in the Arctic: Observations, Modeling, and Implications for Future Arctic Changes I
Oral A52A. Relationships between Wintertime Leads and Low Clouds in the Pan-Arctic Xia LI 11:35
Moscone West 3000, L3
A51H. Aerosols, Clouds, and Chemistry in Polar and Pristine Regions III Posters
Poster A51H. Arctic Sea Spray Aerosol Production during Polar Night Kerri Pratt 08:00 - 12:20
Moscone South Poster Hall