2021 AGU Presentations Featuring ASR Science

 

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

December 13-17, 2021
New Orleans, Louisiana

Monday, 13 December 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
(Central Standard Time)
Atmospheric Research Supported by Uncrewed Aerial Systems I Oral
Oral
Invited
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 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 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
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
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
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
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
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

Tuesday, 14 December 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
(Central Standard Time)
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Tropical Cyclones: Observations, Modeling, and Predictability V Poster
Poster A25R-1910. The role and timescale of the moisture-entrainment-convection feedback in Spontaneous TC genesis Argel Ramirez-Reyes 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Land-Atmosphere Interactions: From Bedrock to Boundary Layer IV Poster
Poster H25M-1197. Implementation and Validation of the New Stomatal Resistance, Photosynthesis and Two Big Leaf Algorithms in COSMO-CLM
SBIR/STTR
Evgenii Churiulin1 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
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
Poster A25D-1713. Vertically-Resolved Moist Static Energy Diagnosis on the Development of Tropical Cyclones Lin Yao 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
Topics in Volcanology, Geochemistry, and Petrology II Poster
Poster V25C-0129. Western Aleutian Volcanism; Defining Magmatic Series Transitions and Petrogenetic Origins by Utilizing Gareloi and Kiska Volcanoes
SBIR/STTR
Sam Oxhorn 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
Invited
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
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
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
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
Invited
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
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
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
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
Oral A42F-04. Detailed Cirrus Microphysics Observations Captured by ICE-Ball Balloon Sonde and ARM Remote Sensing to Advance Cloud-Scale Cirrus Modeling. Nathan B Magee1 10:00
Convention Center Room 286-287
Climate Sensitivity and Feedbacks: Advances and New Paradigms I Oral
Oral A43B-08. The vapor buoyancy feedback beyond the equator: Evidence from GCM simulations Seth Seidel 13:20
Convention Center New Orleans Theater C
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
Invited
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
Invited
A45A-01. Freezing of Secondary Organic Aerosols at Upper Tropospheric Cloud Conditions Paul J DeMott1 16:00
Convention Center eLightning Theater III
Understanding and Modeling of Mesoscale and Severe Local Convective Storm Processes II Poster
Poster A45V-2156. Land surface effects on shear balance of squall lines Yi Dai 16:00
Convention Center Poster Hall, D-F
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)
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
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
Regional Climate: Modeling, Analysis, and Impacts I Oral
Oral A53E-04. The Shelf-Life of Hydro-Climate Downscaling Bias-Correction over the Western United States Daniel Feldman1 13:09
Convention Center Room 280-282
Light-Absorbing Carbon Aerosol From Observations and Models I Oral
Oral
Invited
A53D-02. Biomass Burning Aerosols in Most Climate Models Are Too Absorbing Xiaohong Liu1 12:50
Convention Center Room 278-279
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
Ground-Based Atmospheric Monitoring Networks I Oral
Oral
Invited
A54C-01. Supporting the Mission of the ARM user facility, to Advance Atmospheric Science and Model Development, through Collaboration with other Measurement Programs and Individual Investigators James Howard Mather II 14:30
Convention Center Room 286-287
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
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
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
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
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
The Madden-Julian Oscillation and Convectively Coupled Waves in the Tropics: Observations, Theory, Modeling, and Prediction III Poster
Poster A55U-1729. The nontraditional Coriolis terms and convective system propagation Hing Ong 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
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
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