2021 AGU Presentations Featuring ASR Science

 

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

December 13-17, 2021
New Orleans, Louisiana

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

Monday, 13 December 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
(Central Standard Time)
Atmospheric Aerosols and Their Interactions With Clouds, Radiation, and Climate on Regional Scale I Oral
Oral A11B-08. Evaluating Ice Nucleating Particles from E3SM model in the Southern Ocean and Eastern North Atlantic Ocean. Aishwarya Raman1 08:35
Convention Center Room 294-296
Oral A11B-07. Dynamics of New Particle Formation, Diffusion-Limited Partitioning, and Heterogeneous Oxidation Explain Differences in Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation in Environmental Chambers and Oxidation Flow Reactors Yicong He 08:30
Convention Center Room 294-296
Atmospheric Research Supported by Uncrewed Aerial Systems I Oral
Oral A11C-04. A multi-UAS-platform approach to evaluating lake breeze impact on shoreline ozone during WiscoDISCO-21 Patricia A Cleary1 08:15
Convention Center Room 278-279
Atmospheric Convection: Processes, Dynamics, and Links to Weather and Climate I Oral
Oral A13D-05. Developing A Satellite-Based Dataset of Convective Mass Flux: Validations and Applications to Study Convective Cloud Dynamics Zhengzhao Johnny Luo1 13:05
Convention Center Room 294-296
Oral A13D-08. Observational characteristics of boundary-layer clear-air convergence lines near the ARM Southern Great Plains observatory Kapil Dev Sindhu and Daniel J Kirshbaum 13:20
Convention Center Room 294-296
Advances in Remote Sensing and Modeling of Vertical Distributions of Aerosols and Clouds II Oral
Oral A13B-10. The comparison of long-term aerosol profiles under clear and cloudy conditions at Arctic using ground-based micro-pulse lidar measurement Hailing Xie 13:35
Convention Center Room 391-392
Oral A13B-11. Methods to determine PBL depth and coupling of continental clouds with surface from lidar Tianning SU1 13:40
Convention Center Room 391-392
Extreme Heat: Vulnerability and Risk Assessment, Exposure Assessment, and Policy Implications Regarding the Adverse Effect of Extreme Heat on Health, Economy, and Natural Resources I eLightning
Oral GH14B-04. Naked Sweaty Humans in a GCM: How Much Outdoor Activity Time Should Be Cut in the Future? Yi-Chuan Lu 14:42
Convention Center eLightning Theater VI
Atmospheric Aerosols and Their Interactions With Clouds, Radiation, and Climate on Regional Scale III Oral
Oral A14D-08. What are the similarities and differences of maritime aerosol and cloud properties in Boreal and Austral Mid-latitude Regions? Xingyu Zhang 15:05
Convention Center Room 294-296
Oral A14D-07. Vertical Distributions of Aerosols and Their Effects on Clouds Based on long-term ASR/ARM Observations Yun Lin1 15:00
Convention Center Room 294-296
Atmospheric Sciences 2021 Ascent and Holton Award Winners I Oral
Oral A14J-01. Attacking structural uncertainty with particle-resolved aerosol models Nicole S Riemer 14:30
Convention Center New Orleans Theater C
Extratropical and High-Latitude Storm Tracks, Circulation Dynamics, and Extreme Events in the Context of Rapidly Changing Arctic and Antarctic Climate III Poster
Poster A15L-1802. Impacts from Sea Ice Conditions and Atmospheric Advection on Climate in Northern Alaska During Autumn Paul McKinley1,2 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Advances in Remote Sensing and Modeling of Vertical Distributions of Aerosols and Clouds IV Poster
Poster A15C-1641. Ice and Mixed-Phase Cloud Microphysical and Macrophysical Properties in McMurdo, Antarctica: Linking in Situ, Remote Sensing Observations and Climate Simulations Tyler Barone1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
General Session: Atmospheric Chemistry and Composition VII Poster
Poster A15N-1838. Aerosol Characteristics at the Southern Great Plains Site During the HI-SCALE Campaign John E Shilling1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A15N-1843. Carbon Content and Single Particle Characteristics of Eastern North Atlantic Aerosol Ryan Moffet1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Atmospheric Aerosols and Their Interactions With Clouds, Radiation, and Climate on Regional Scale IV Poster
Poster A15F-1698. Characterization of Particle Formation and Growth Rates at the Department of Energy Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Southern Great Plains Site Eleanor C Browne1 and Jennifer Berry1,2 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A15F-1690. A Process-Level 3D Atmospheric Model for Secondary Organic Aerosol: Model Development and Applications to the GoAmazon Field Campaign Kelsey Bilsback1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A15F-1697. Characterization and Source Apportionment of Nonrefractory Submicron Aerosol Chemistry at the Southern Great Plains Observatory Maria A Zawadowicz1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Atmospheric Research Supported by Uncrewed Aerial Systems II Poster
Poster A15G-1740. Vertical Profile of Phase State and Chemical Composition of Atmospheric Aerosol Collected at the Southern Great Plains Site Zezhen Cheng1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A15G-1735. Intercomparison of UAS-based Atmospheric Measurements at the DOE ARM Southern Great Plains Site Gijs de Boer1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F

Tuesday, 14 December 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
(Central Standard Time)
Land-Atmosphere Interactions: From Bedrock to Boundary Layer I Oral
Oral H21C-02. Using SAIL Campaign Measurements and Integrated Process Modeling to Better Understand the Headwater Hydrology of the Upper Colorado River Basin Daniel Feldman1 08:05
Convention Center Room 265-266
Oral H21C-08. On the Correspondence between Spatial and Temporal Vertical Velocity Statistics Johannes Mulmenstadt1 08:35
Convention Center Room 265-266
Atmospheric Convection: Processes, Dynamics, and Links to Weather and Climate II Oral
Oral A21A-02. Examination of environmental factors regulating deep convective updraft width across a spectrum of convective modes Jake Mulholland1 08:05
Convention Center Room 294-296
Oral A21A-06. A threshold for initiation of moist deep convection based on the ratio of sub-cloud updraft horizontal area to environmental saturation deficit Hugh Morrison1 08:25
Convention Center Room 294-296
Advances in UAV Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere I Oral
Oral C22B-03. Uncrewed Aircraft Measurements of Surface Albedo and Melt Pond Fraction in the High Arctic during the Melting Season as part of the MOSAiC Expedition Radiance Calmer1,2 10:02
Convention Center Room 265-266
Understanding and Modeling of Mesoscale and Severe Local Convective Storm Processes I Oral
Oral A22G-08. Modeling Wet Season Amazon Precipitation: Interactions between Mesoscale Convective Systems and the Environment Sheng Lun Tai1 10:20
Convention Center Room 283-285
Oral A22G-06. Environments supporting deep convection initiation during the CACTI campaign James Marquis1 10:10
Convention Center Room 283-285
Atmospheric Convection: Processes, Dynamics, and Links to Weather and Climate III Oral
Oral A22A-01. Theory for atmospheric properties as a function of the degree of convective self-aggregation David M Romps 09:45
Convention Center Room 294-296
Convection Processes and Their Environmental and Aerosol Interactions: Theory, Observation, and Modeling I Oral
Oral A23H-07. The Role of Cloud-Cloud Interactions in the organization shallow cumulus clouds Jingyi Chen1 13:15
Online Only
Oral A23H-03. A decentralized approach for modeling organized convection based on thermal populations on a microgrid Roel Neggers 12:55
Online Only
Oral A23H-04. Indications of a Decrease in the Depth of Deep Convective Cores with Increasing Aerosol Concentration During the CACTI Campaign Peter Veals1 13:00
Online Only
General Session: Atmospheric Chemistry and Composition III Oral
Oral A23D-03. Vapors are Lost to Walls, Not to Particles on the Wall: Development of Artifact-Corrected Parameters and Implications for Global Secondary Organic Aerosol Kelsey Bilsback1 12:59
Convention Center New Orleans Theater B
Atmospheric and Oceanic Processes Governing the Trade Wind Regions I Oral
Oral A23B-07. The Trade-Wind Momentum Budget and Wind Stress Profiles during EUREC4A Louise Nuijens1 13:27
Convention Center Room 278-279
Oral A23B-02. The Atlantic Tradewind Ocean–Atmosphere Mesoscale Interaction Campaign (ATOMIC): Plumbing the Ocean Depths and Probing the Atmosphere
SBIR/STTR
Paquita Zuidema1 12:52
Convention Center Room 278-279
Advances in Radar Remote Sensing of Clouds and Precipitation: Observations, Data Processing, Weather, and Water Model Applications I Oral
Oral A23A-08. Learning about microphysical processes from polarimetric radar observations with BOSS Karly Jackson Reimel1 13:23
Convention Center Room 280-282
Lagrangian and Climatological Transitions of Warm Boundary Layer Clouds I Oral
Oral A24F-09. Deepening-warming or drizzle-depletion? An LES intercomparison of the subtropical stratocumulus-to-cumulus transition in the presence of smoke Michael S Diamond1,2 15:18
Convention Center Room 278-279
Sources and Impacts of Primary and Secondary Biological Aerosols I eLightning
Oral A24I-02. Bioaerosols as the dominant source of ice-nucleating particles at a remote site in coastal California Gavin Cornwell1 14:37
Convention Center eLightning Theater IV
Success for Early-Career Scientists in Atmospheric Chemistry: Proposals, Networking, and Support I Oral
Oral
Invited
A24G-06. Understanding DOE's Earth and Environmental Systems Sciences funding opportunity announcement process Shaima L Nasiri 15:00
Convention Center Room 275-277
Advances in Radar Remote Sensing of Clouds and Precipitation: Observations, Data Processing, Weather, and Water Model Applications II Oral
Oral A24A-05. Towards Correcting Broadened Doppler Spectra Measured Using Airborne Cloud Radars Michael Schwartz 14:53
Convention Center Room 280-282
Oral A24A-07. Direct observational evidence of dynamics-microphysics interaction in marine stratocumulus Zeen Zhu1 15:03
Convention Center Room 280-282
New Methods and Interdisciplinary Approaches for Addressing Environmental Health Disparities in Air Pollution Research and Implications for Policy II Poster
Poster GH25C-0642. Air Pollution from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations in the USA: A Case for Regulation Alyssa Burns 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Lagrangian and Climatological Transitions of Warm Boundary Layer Clouds II Poster
Poster A25K-1830. Drizzle-Turbulence Interactions Below Marine Stratocumulus Clouds Virendra P Ghate 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A25K-1831. Vertical Structure in Subsidence as a Driver of the Closed-to-Open-Cell Stratocumulus Transition Jan Kazil1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A25K-1832. Simulated and observed vertical velocity statistics of marine shallow convection and implications for downdraft parameterizations Ian Glenn1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Convection Processes and Their Environmental and Aerosol Interactions: Theory, Observation, and Modeling II Poster
Oral A25T-04. Linking synoptic patterns to cloud properties and local circulations over the TRACER domain in Houston, TX Dié WANG1 16:00
Online Only
Oral A25T-03. Environmental Controls on Deep Convection Initiation and Growth in the Complex Terrain of Central Argentina during CACTI Zhe Feng1 16:00
Online Only
Oral A25T-05. Variability in Summertime Precipitation Characteristics among Large-Scale Weather Regimes for the Houston, TX region Michael P Jensen1 16:00
Online Only
Atmospheric Convection: Processes, Dynamics, and Links to Weather and Climate IV Poster
Poster A25D-1695. Cloud Radiative Feedbacks within the MJO Hrag Najarian 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A25D-1710. The influence of shear on deep convection initiation John M. Peters1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Advances in Radar Remote Sensing of Clouds and Precipitation: Observations, Data Processing, Weather, and Water Model Applications III Poster
Poster A25B-1662. Enhancing Physics Parameterization Schemes in Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model Using Polarimetric Radar Measurement
SBIR/STTR
Xu Zhou 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A25B-1661. Evaluation of WRF Microphysics Schemes During OLYMPEX Using Polarimetric Radar Data
SBIR/STTR
Anthony Di Stefano1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F

Wednesday, 15 December 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
(Central Standard Time)
Dust in a Changing Climate: From Small‐Scale Insights to Large‐Scale Understanding II Oral
Oral A32B-02. Influence of High-latitude Dust on Aerosol Radiative Effects and Deposition in the DOE Earth System Model Yan Feng 09:55
Convention Center Room 280-282
Process-Oriented Analysis of Cloud and Precipitation Physics I Oral
Oral A33F-01. Emerging approaches to assessing aerosol-cloud interactions in warm marine boundary layer clouds Graham Feingold 12:45
Online Only
Cloud Observations and Measurements From Remote-Sensing Instruments I Oral
Oral A34A-06. Multi-view stereophotogrammetry enables new measurements of shallow cumuli at the SGP site Rusen Oktem 14:55
Convention Center Room 280-282
Laboratory Studies in Atmospheric Sciences II Oral
Oral A34C-02. Discerning Chemical Uniqueness and Atmospheric Ubiquity of Compounds in Organic Aerosols Lindsay Yee1 14:35
Convention Center Room 278-279
Environmental Sensor Networks I Poster
Poster A35H-1731. Investigating spatial variability of aerosol and cloud nuclei in mountainous terrain
SBIR/STTR
Ezra JT Levin1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Earth Observations From Geostationary Satellites: Applied Research and Applications IV Poster
Poster A35F-1700. Precipitation identification and quantification using ABI and GLM observations aboard the GOES-R series: A machine learning perspective Haonan Chen 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Fire and Smoke: Biomass Burning Emissions, Chemical Evolution, and Impacts on Air Quality and Climate VI Poster
Poster A35J-1773. Multi-campaign analysis of smoke properties and cloud interactions in the Southeast Atlantic using ORACLES, LASIC, and CLARIFY data with WRF-CAM5 Calvin Howes1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A35J-1765. Condensational Growth Model of Black Carbon Particles to Infer Black Carbon Particle Mixing State Ernie R Lewis 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Cloud Observations and Measurements From Remote-Sensing Instruments II Poster
Poster A35C-1643. The Comparison Between Remote Sensor Measurements and Reanalysis of Cloud Morphology and Thermodynamics over the Eastern North Atlantic Qiuxuan Zheng 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Mega-LES for Atmospheric Discovery: What Have We Learned, and How Can We Improve? I Poster
Poster A35M-1838. Ensemble Based LES Simulations of Mesoscale Convective Systems Andreas F Prein1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A35M-1840. Efficient rendering of simulated cloud fields using Blender Thijs Heus1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F

Thursday, 16 December 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
(Central Standard Time)
Fire and Smoke: Biomass Burning Emissions, Chemical Evolution, and Impacts on Air Quality and Climate III Oral
Oral A41F-08. Trends in the CCN Activation of Coated Black Carbon Particles Ogochukwu Yvonne Enekwizu 08:35
Convention Center Room 275-277
Oral A41F-04. Black Carbon Particle Mixing State Analysis Allows Characterization of Biomass Burn Aerosol Lifecycle Arthur J Sedlacek III1 08:15
Convention Center Room 275-277
Advancing Aerosol Remote Sensing Into the Next Decade I eLightning
Oral A41H-04. Retrieving Aerosol Optical Depth In the Vicinity of Clouds Using Machine Learning Techniques C. Kevin Yang1 08:09
Convention Center eLightning Theater III
Boundary Layer Clouds and Climate Change I Oral
Oral A41B-03. Albedo susceptibility of marine low-clouds: the role of covarying meteorological conditions Jianhao Zhang1,2 08:10
Convention Center Room 283-285
Aerosol, Cloud, Precipitation, and Radiation Studies Over High-Latitude Oceans I Oral
Oral A41A-08. Cloud and Environmental Conditions of the Late-March Marine Cold-Air Outbreak during COMBLE: An Observational Case Study Christian P Lackner1 08:35
Convention Center Room 286-287
Oral A41A-03. Importance of Secondary Ice Production to Ice Formation and Phase of High-Latitude Mixed-Phase Clouds during SOCRATES and MARCUS Xi Zhao1 08:10
Convention Center Room 286-287
Oral
Invited
A41A-01. Investigating the processes driving day-to-day and seasonal variability of ice-nucleating particles in marine air Susannah M Burrows1 08:00
Convention Center Room 286-287
Oral A41A-02. Ice nucleating particle sources and transports during Arctic cold air outbreaks Benjamin Swanson1 08:05
Convention Center Room 286-287
Microphysical and Macrophysical Properties and Processes of Ice and Mixed-Phase Clouds: Linking in Situ, Remote-Sensing Observations and Multiscale Models I Oral
Oral A42F-06. High Latitude Ice and Mixed-Phase Cloud Microphysics Observations and Climate Model Simulations Neel Desai1 10:10
Convention Center Room 286-287
Oral A42F-08. Interannual and interseasonal variabilities and sources of ice nucleating particles in the Arctic: Insights from model simulations and long-term measurements from Ny-Ålesund Yang Shi1 10:20
Convention Center Room 286-287
Observation and Model Studies of Cloud Properties and Associated Processes I Oral
Oral A43E-04. An investigation of the probability of precipitation in marine boundary layer clouds using satellite and ground based remote sensing observations Zhibo Zhang and Achala Denagamage 13:00
Convention Center Room 286-287
Oral A43E-05. On the lifecycle of a shallow cumulus cloud: Is it a bubble or plume, active or forced? David M Romps 13:05
Convention Center Room 286-287
Oral A43E-07. Vertical Profiles of Entrainment-Mixing Mechanisms in Stratocumulus Clouds Chunsong Lu1 13:15
Convention Center Room 286-287
Process-Level Understanding of Cloud-Aerosol-Precipitation Interactions and Their Parameterizations in Weather and Climate Models I eLightning
Oral A44H-01. Impact of aerosols on shallow and deep convective clouds: Some new insight from recent studies Zhanqing Li 14:30
Convention Center eLightning Theater VII
Multisensor, Model, and Measurement Synergy to Improve Our Understanding of Aerosol Distributions and Processes II Poster
Poster A45P-2064. Meteorological Controls of Boundary Layer CCN-active Aerosol Sources Over the Southern Ocean: Result from ship-based observation
SBIR/STTR
Qing Niu1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
The Impacts of Secondary Organic Aerosols on Cloud Formation and the Associated In-Cloud Aqueous Reactions I eLightning
Oral A45A-01. Freezing of Secondary Organic Aerosols at Upper Tropospheric Cloud Conditions Paul J DeMott1 16:00
Convention Center eLightning Theater III
Observation and Model Studies of Cloud Properties and Associated Processes II Poster
Poster A45Q-2092. Evaluation of Ice and Mixed-Phase Cloud Properties in Three Climate Model Simulations using Airborne Observations over the Southern Ocean Ching An Yang 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A45Q-2094. The effect of supersaturation fluctuation on cloud droplet size distribution: high fidelity simulations of droplet dynamics under moist turbulent Rayleigh-Bernard convection Dimitrios K. Fytanidis1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A45Q-2090. Turbulent Supersaturation Fluctuations and Cloud Droplet Spectral Broadening observed during HI-SCALE and CACTI
SBIR/STTR
Yayun Qiao 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A45Q-2078. Radar-based Bayesian Estimation of Ice Aggregate Parameters Within a Microphysics Model Edwin Lee Dunnavan III 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Aerosol, Cloud, Precipitation, and Radiation Studies Over High-Latitude Oceans II Poster
Poster A45B-1830. The boundary layer and cloud field associated with marine cold air outbreaks (MCAOs) in the COMBLE observations and the SCREAM DYAMOND2 simulation Xue Zheng1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A45B-1833. Modeled Boundary Layer and Cloud Properties Observed during the 28-29 March 2020 Cold-Air Outbreaks in the Marine Boundary Layer Experiment (COMBLE) Event Timothy W Juliano1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A45B-1832. Dependence of Retrieved Cloud Properties on Environmental Conditions in Cold Air Outbreaks over the North Atlantic: Results from COMBLE Zeqian(Hazel) Xia 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A45B-1829. Cloud morphology evolution in Arctic cold-air outbreak: A COMBLE case study Peng Wu 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A45B-1831. The Dynamics and Microphysics of High-Latitude Clouds during the COMBLE Field Experiment Zackary Mages1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F

Friday, 17 December 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
(Central Standard Time)
Aquatic Aerosols: From Microscale Processes to Impacts on Climate I Oral
Oral A52B-08. Tracking ice nucleating particles from permafrost to the atmosphere through thermokarst lake and oceanic transport Kevin Robert Robert Barry1 10:20
Convention Center Room 278-279
Applications in Snow Hydrology: Linking Snow to Natural Processes and Society I Oral
Oral H52A-04. Evidence of a low-to-no snow future and its impacts on water resources in the western United States Erica R Siirila-Woodburn1 10:00
Convention Center Room 243-245
Coupled-System Processes of the Central Arctic Atmosphere-Sea-Ice-Ocean System: Harnessing Field Observations and Advancing Models III eLightning
Oral C52C-10. Quantifying Atmospheric Boundary Layer, Low-level Jet, and Temperature Inversion Characteristics in the Central Arctic during the MOSAiC Expedition using sUAS and Radiosonde Profiles Gina Jozef1,2 10:13
Convention Center eLightning Theater I
Atmosphere, Ocean, and Land Processes in the Maritime Continent and Indo-Pacific I Oral
Oral A53C-04. The Behaviors of Intraseasonal Cloud Organization during DYNAMO/AMIE Naoko Sakaeda 13:00
Convention Center Room 283-285
Light-Absorbing Carbon Aerosol From Observations and Models I Oral
Oral A53D-02. Biomass Burning Aerosols in Most Climate Models Are Too Absorbing Xiaohong Liu1 12:50
Convention Center Room 278-279
Light Scattering and Radiative Transfer: Basic Research and Applications I Oral
Oral A54D-07. New Insights into Shortwave Radiative Effects at the Surface in Complex Cloud-Aerosol Environments using Large Eddy Simulation, 3D Radiative Transfer, and Machine Learning Jake Joseph Gristey 15:18
Convention Center Room 278-279
Aquatic Aerosols: From Microscale Processes to Impacts on Climate II Poster
Poster A55H-1495. Ice Nucleating Particle Concentrations from an Arctic and a Temperate Site with Marine-Dominant Aerosol Sources
SBIR/STTR
Elise Wilbourn1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Coupled-System Processes of the Central Arctic Atmosphere-Sea-Ice-Ocean System: Harnessing Field Observations and Advancing Models IV Poster
Poster C55C-0603. Driving mechanisms for the onset of the summer melt season at MOSAiC Christopher Cox1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Light-Absorbing Carbon Aerosol From Observations and Models II Poster
Poster A55O-1605. Sectoral contributions to carbonaceous aerosol radiative feedback on climate in the Indian monsoon region Sudipta Ghosh 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Boundary Layer Clouds and Climate Change II Poster
Poster A55K-1544. Maximum Supersaturation in Marine Boundary Layer Clouds: Seasonal Variation and Influences of Aerosol Concentration and Synoptic Condition Xianda Gong1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A55K-1547. Sea surface temperature control on aerosol-induced marine cloud brightness over the North Atlantic Ocean- Implications for cloud feedback in a future warmer climate Xiaoli Zhou 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A55K-1549. The Effect of Spatial Variability in Liquid Water Path on the Cloud Albedo Tom Goren 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A55K-1550. Understanding the Physical Mechanisms Governing the Variability of Liquid Water in Stratocumulus using Large-Eddy Simulation and In-Situ Observations Justin Covert1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A55K-1540. Environmental Effects on Aerosol-Cloud Interaction in non-precipitating MBL Clouds over the Eastern North Atlantic Xiaojian Zheng1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Earth and Planetary Surface Processes General Contributions Poster
Poster EP55A-1051. Quantifying moraine degradation as a relative dating technique
SBIR/STTR
Bayasgalan Erdene-Ochir 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Advancements, Gaps, and Needs in Observing, Understanding, and Modeling the High-Latitude Earth Systems II Poster
Poster GC55A-0405. Study of a polar low in Norwegian Sea using COMBLE observations and numerical modeling Yonggang Wang1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Advanced Methods for Systematic Evaluation and Improvement of Earth System Models II Poster
Poster A55C-1378. Evaluation of Ice and Mixed-Phase Cloud Characteristics in GCMs based on In-situ and Remote Sensing Observations Minghui Diao1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A55C-1388. Bin, bulk, or BOSS? Producing bulk microphysics schemes that emulate bin microphysics using Bayesian inference Sean Patrick Santos1,2 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A55C-1392. Unifying top-down and bottom-up constraints on Earth system model physics via a Bayesian statistical-physical approach Marcus van Lier-Walqui 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Poster A55C-1382. A Lagrangian perspective of the radiative effect of aerosol-cloud interactions Matthew Christensen1 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F