2020 AMS Presentations Featuring ASR Data

 

100th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting

12-16 January 2020
Boston, MA

Monday, 13 January 2020

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
Session2. Grid Operations and Energy Weather Part II - Outage
Oral 2.1. Data Driven Modeling of Utility Outages Using Weather Radar Observations Michael Jensen 10:30 AM
256 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session1. Measurements and modeling of CCN and INP Part I
Oral 1.4. Contact nucleation caused by pressure perturbation? Fan Yang 9:15 AM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session3. Measurements and modeling of CCN and INP Part III
Oral 3.1. Coupling of CCN and INP in cloud systems important to climate: Uncertainties and implications Ann Fridlind 2:00 PM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Oral 3.2. Statistical Quantification of Secondary Ice Occurrence using Long-term Remote Sensing Observations in the Arctic Edward P. Luke 2:30 PM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Oral 3.6. Enhancement of the Heterogeneous Ice Nucleation by the Changing Phase State of Secondary Organic Aerosols Yue Zhang 3:30 PM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session1. Working With Large Datasets Using Python
Oral 1.1. Opening Remarks and History of the Symposium Scott Collis 9:00 AM
157AB (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Joint Poster Session1. Eighth Symposium of the MJO and Subseasonal Monsoon Variability Poster Session
Poster The Diurnal Cycle of Rainfall and the Convectively-Coupled Equatorial Waves over the Maritime Continent Naoko Sakaeda 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
No location provided
Session1. Cloud and Aerosol Lidar-based Research
Oral 1.1. Differences in Ice Cloud Optical Depth From CALIPSO and Ground-Based Raman Lidar at the ARM SGP and TWP Sites Kelly A. Balmes 8:30 AM
210C (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session2. New Python Tools in the Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences.
Oral 2.4. Atmospheric Data Community Toolkit (ACT): A Python Library for Working with Atmospheric Data. Adam Theisen 2:45 PM
157AB (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session1A. Analysis and Forecasting of Severe Thunderstorms and Associated Hazards - I
Oral 1A.5. Sensitivity of a Winter Tornado Outbreak to Upstream SSTs Maria J Molina 9:30 AM
258A (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Poster Session. Posters
Poster Stratospheric Radar Observations of Convection and Precipitation Pierre-Emmanuel Kirstetter 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hall B1 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session2. Recent field campaigns and modeling studies
Oral 2.6. Separating physical impacts from natural variability using piggybacking (master-slave) technique Wojciech W. Grabowski 11:45 AM
105 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)

Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
Session4. Aerosol-cloud interactions in warm clouds: Part I
Oral 4.2. Two missing key ingredients in unlocking the aerosol and warm cloud interactions Youtong Zheng 8:45 AM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Oral 4.5. Differences in Aircraft-Observed Cloud Microphysical Properties between Along Wind and Cross Wind Flight Paths during ACE-ENA Dale Ward 9:45 AM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session5. Aerosol-cloud interactions in warm clouds: Part II
Oral 5.2. Assessments of Aerosol and Cloud Properties Among Observations and Models During the NASA ORACLES Field Campaign Ian Chang 10:45 AM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Joint Session29. Tropical Convection-I
Oral J29.1. What does convective organization look like in a GCM? Courtney Schumacher 3:00 PM
205B (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Oral J29.1. What does convective organization look like in a GCM? Courtney Schumacher 3:00 PM
205B (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session2. Modeling of Physical Processes to Understand Severe Storms
Oral 2.5. Influences on Hail Size as Inferred from Hailstone Growth Trajectory Model Calculations Matthew R. Kumjian 11:30 AM
258B (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Poster Session1. Severe Local Storms Symposium Poster Session
Poster Hail Size and Dual-Polarization Doppler on Wheels Radar Observations During RELAMPAGO Matthew R. Kumjian 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hall B1 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session6. Advances in Model Technologies for High-Resolution S2S Predictions
Oral
Invited
6.3. Convective-permitting modeling for retrospective sub-seasonal to seasonal (S2S) forecasting using the framework of the Coordinated Regional Ensemble Downscaling Experiment (CORDEX) (Invited Presentation) Christopher L. Castro 3:30 PM
252B (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Joint Session16. AI and Climate: Impact and Opportunities
Oral J16.4. The Future of Severe Thunderstorms in the U.S. - Insights from Combining Deep Learning and High-Resolution Modeling Maria J Molina 11:30 AM
156BC (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Joint Poster Session2. Middle Atmosphere Symposium
Poster Revisiting the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation Hamid A. Pahlavan 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
No location provided
Poster Session. Large-Scale Atmospheric Dynamics Poster
Poster Seasonal and Annual Changes of the Regional Tropical Belt in GPS-RO Measurements and Reanalysis Datasets Lan Luan 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hall B1 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Joint Session20. Hybrid Machine Learning and Statistical Approaches
Oral J20.4. Statistical-Physical Microphysics Parameterization Schemes: A Proposed Framework for Physically-Based Microphysics Schemes that Learn from Observations Marcus van Lier-Walqui 2:15 PM
260 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Joint Session11. History of ice nucleation research and its impact on weather modification (Centennial)
Oral
Invited
J11.2. Some Past Research on Cloud Seeding Aerosols and a Future Outlook (Invited Presentation) Paul J. DeMott 9:00 AM
105 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session4B. Field Experiments: Observational and Assimilation Results
Oral 4B.4. Impact of Data Assimilation on Simulations of Continental Shallow Cumulus Near the ARM South Great Plains Site during HI-SCALE Sheng-Lun Tai 9:15 AM
259B (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Joint Poster Session. Land Surface Modeling and Remote Sensing Poster (Joint between the Robert Dickinson Symposium and the 34th Conference on Hydrology)
Poster Fine Scale Variability in Vegetation Cover over the Southern Great Plains Using High Resolution Satellite Images: A Case Study Duli Chand 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hall B1 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)

Wednesday, 15 January 2020

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
Poster Session. Aerosol-Cloud-Climate Interactions Posters
Poster Cloud, Precipitation, and Aerosol Properties for Open Cellular Convection Associated with a Cold-air Outbreak over the Eastern North Atlantic David B. Mechem 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hall B1 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Poster Characterization of a new Portable Ice Nucleation Experiment chamber (PINE) and first field deployment in the Southern Great Plains Naruki Hiranuma 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hall B1 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Poster A Particle-resolved Model on the Regional Scale to Quantify the Importance of Aerosol Mixing State for CCN Activity Nicole Riemer 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hall B1 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Poster The Impact of Boundary Layer and Free Troposphere Aerosol Particles on Arctic Low Level Clouds Adele L Igel 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hall B1 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session8. AI for Environmental Science IV
Oral .5. Short term hail prediction system based on numerical weather model and machine learning CHANDRASEKAR RADHAKRISHNAN 11:30 AM
No location provided
Session4. Lidar Network and Field Campaign Applications
Oral 4.3. Initial Observations from the MicroPulse DIAL (MPD) Network Demonstration Project Tammy M. Weckwerth 11:15 AM
210C (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session6. Lidar in Boundary Layer Processes
Oral 6.1. Improving the Water Vapor Variance Similarity Relationship in the Interfacial Layer Using Raman Lidar and Radar Wind Profiler Observations with LES David D. Turner 3:00 PM
210C (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session8. Innovative Measurements
Oral 8.1. Observing Profiles of Advection, Vorticity, and Divergence from Ground-Based Networks of Thermodynamic and Kinematic Profilers T. J. Wagner 8:30 AM
203 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Joint Session35. Physical Interpretability in Machine Learning
Oral J35.4. Emulation of Bin Microphysical Processes with Machine Learning David John Gagne II 9:15 AM
260 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session3. Tropical Cyclones II
Oral .4. The Role of Tropical Cyclones in the Global Energy Budget Greg Holland 2:15 PM
No location provided
Poster Session. Cloud-topped Boundary Layer Processes (Posters)
Poster Observed Large-scale Controls on Marine Cloud-topped Boundary Layers and How Wayne Schubert Influenced the Science Stephen A. Klein 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
No location provided
Poster Summertime Marine Stratocumulus Transition Processes over the Eastern North Atlantic Melissa Kazemi-Rad 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
No location provided
Poster Session. Moist Processes - Stratocumulus to Deep Convection (Posters)
Poster Impacts of Land-atmosphere Interactions on Convection Initiations over Southern Great Plains Jingyi Chen 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
No location provided
Session8C. Analysis and Forecasting of Fire Weather
Oral 9.5. High-Resolution Future Projection of U.S. Wildfire Potential Trends Emily K Brown 11:30 AM
151A (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Poster Session. Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification Posters
Poster Using Advanced Experimental - Numerical Approaches To Untangle Rain Enhancement (UAE-NATURE): an overview Lulin Xue 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hall B1 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Joint Session48. Core Science Keynotes
Oral J48.1. Modeling of cloud microphysics. Can we do better? Wojciech W. Grabowski 3:00 PM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Oral J48.2. How Well do We Understand and Predict Ice Nucleating Particle Sources and Concentrations Around the World? Paul J. DeMott 3:30 PM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Joint Session41. Anthropogenic impacts on clouds, precipitation, and climate
Oral J41.1. Contributions of Urban Land and Anthropogenic Aerosols of Houston to Convective intensity and Precipitation of a Deep Convective Storm Jiwen Fan 1:30 PM
105 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)

Thursday, 16 January 2020

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time and Location
Session13. Aerosol-cloud interactions in mixed-phase clouds Part II
Oral 13.1. Aerosol-cloud-precipitation interactions in mixed-phase clouds over the Southern Ocean: Results from recent field campaigns Greg M McFarquhar 3:30 PM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Oral 13.3. Evaluation of Climate Simulations Using Observations of Clouds at McMurdo Station, Antarctica Jackson Paladin Yip 4:15 PM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session12. Aerosol-cloud interactions in mixed-phase clouds Part I
Oral 12.1. Smoking Clouds over the Western United States: Impact of Wildfire Emissions Cynthia H. Twohy 2:15 PM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Oral 12.3. Ice-Nucleating Particle Concentrations Required to Glaciate Mixed-Phase Clouds: Results from the Laboratory Will Cantrell 2:45 PM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session10. Aerosol Impacts on Weather Systems Part II
Oral 10.5. TRacking Aerosol Convection interactions ExpeRiment (TRACER) : An upcoming field campaign Michael Jensen 11:30 AM
208 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session5. Lab studies and new technologies for cloud seeding
Oral 6.3. Modeling Condensation inside Pi Chamber with Eulerian Bin and Lagrangian Particle-based Microphysics Wojciech W. Grabowski 9:00 AM
105 (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Session12. Observing Systems: Atmosphere, Ocean and Land Surface, In Situ And Remote; Comparisons with Other Observing Systems
Oral 12.1. Characterizing the Performance of Tropospheric Airborne Meteorological Data Relay (TAMDAR) Observations Using Radiosondes and Other Aircraft Observations T. J. Wagner 8:30 AM
259A (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)