2021 AMS Presentations Featuring ASR Science

 

American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting

10-15 January 2021
Virtual, Virtual

Monday, 11 January 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time
(Eastern Time)
1B. Air Quality and Climate Impacts of Biomass Burning: New Insights from Recent Field, Modeling, and Laboratory Studies. Part I
Oral 1B.5. Ecosystem on Fire: How Do Smoke Emissions Relate to Heat Produced from Large Wildfires? (Invited Presentation) Rainer Volkamer 10:30
2. Core Science Keynotes
Oral 2.1. Aerosol–Cloud–Climate Interactions in Warm Clouds: Recent Results and Future Directions (Core Science Keynote) Robert Wood 13:10
2. Mesoscale Symposium: Mesoscale–Microscale Interactions
Oral 2.7. Analysis of Observed Near-Cloud Environments Supporting Convective Initiation during RELAMPAGO-CACTI and Their Impacts within Idealized Cloud-Scale Simulations T. Connor Nelson 13:40
Oral 2.5. Dual-Doppler Observations of Deep Convection Initiating in Complex Terrain during RELAMPAGO-CACTI James Marquis 13:30
Oral 2.6. Characteristics of Convective Initiation and Upscale Growth Observed in the Complex Terrain of Central Argentina Zhe Feng 13:35
Oral 2.1. An Observational Climatology of Shallow-Cumulus Bulk Entrainment Daniel J. Kirshbaum 13:10
3. Aerosol–Climate Interactions from Regional to Global Scale
Oral Joint 3.1. Evaluation of Simulated Southern Ocean Ice Nucleating Particles and Implications for Climate (Invited Presentation) Christina S. McCluskey 15:40
1. Aerosol–Radiation Interactions
Oral 1.4. Dynamically Evolving Absorption of Biomass Burning Aerosols and Impact on Radiation (Invited Presentation) Yan Feng 10:25
Oral 1.3. Aerosol Direct Radiative Effects at the ARM SGP and TWP Sites Kelly A. Balmes 10:20
1. Mesoscale Symposium: Posters
Poster 333. Evaluation of Simulated Atmospheric and Cloud Microphysical Effects on Deep Convective Upscale Growth Zhixiao Zhang 14:00
Poster 364. Dynamically Changing Spatial Scales in the Soil Moisture-Cloud Coupling in a Semi-Idealized Simulation for the HI-SCALE Field Campaign Koichi Sakaguchi 14:00
Poster 332. Convective Precipitation Initiation Processes Observed During RELAMPAGO-CACTI Adam Varble 14:00
1A. 35HYDRO Mon - Advancing Atmospheric and Surface Process Understanding through Modeling and Observations in High-Altitude Complex Terrain
Poster 189. Observations and Modeling of Three-dimensional Longwave Radiative Effects in the Upper Colorado River Basin Chaincy Kuo 14:00

Tuesday, 12 January 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time
(Eastern Time)
6. Aerosol Impacts on Weather Systems
Oral 6.1. Potential Impact of Aerosol on Precipitation, Severe Weather, and Lightning (Invited Presentation) Zhanqing Li 16:10
4. Aerosol–Cloud Interactions in Warm Clouds
Oral 4.5. Aerosol–Cloud Interactions within the Context of the Larger-Scale Circulation over the Subtropical Southern Oceans in Observations and Models (Invited Presentation) Paquita Zuidema 11:00
Oral 4.10. Precipitation Initiation in Warm Cumulus Clouds Yayun Qiao 11:25
6B. Greenhouse Gases. Part III; Arctic Air Quality
Oral 6B.6. Arctic Aerosol Composition Influenced by the North Slope of Alaska Oil Fields (Invited Presentation) Kerri A. Pratt 16:35
4. Land–Atmosphere Interactions. Part II
Oral 4.6. Quantifying the Components that Effect the Moisture and Temperature Budget Using Mixing Diagrams and ARM SGP Observations David D. Turner 11:05
2. 13AEROSOL Tuesday Poster Session
Poster 501. Evaluation of Low-Cloud and Warm Rain Simulation in CMIP6 Models through Comparisons with Satellite Observations Achala Denagamage 14:00
Poster 500. Laboratory Exploration of Aerosol Scavenging by Activation in a Cloudy, Turbulent Environment Abu Sayeed Md Shawon 14:00
5. Aerosol–Cloud Interactions in Warm Clouds; Aerosol, Clouds, and Precipitation, and Their Interactions during DOE ACE-ENA IOPs
Oral 5.3. Aerosol Properties and Processes in the Eastern North Atlantic (Invited Presentation) Jian Wang 13:20
Oral 5.7. Vertical Dependence of Horizontal Variation of Cloud Microphysics: Observations from the ACE-ENA Field Campaign and Implications for Warm Rain Simulation in Climate Models Zhibo Zhang 13:40
Oral 5.9. Investigation into the Effect of Turbulence on Warm Rain Initiation Using Digital Holography Neel Desai 13:50
Oral 5.10. Effect of Wind Shear on Entrainment Mixing in Marine Stratocumulus Clouds Measured during the ACORES/ACE-ENA Projects Jaemin Yeom 13:55
Oral 5.2. Role of Turbulent Fluctuations in the Activation of Aerosols in Turbulent Clouds Prasanth Prabhakaran 13:15
Oral 5.4. Seasonal Contrasts in Cloud–Aerosol Interactions over the Eastern North Atlantic (Invited Presentation) Robert Wood 13:25
Oral 5.8. Evaluating Cloud Droplet Number Concentration Retrievals in Marine Stratocumulus with ACE-ENA Measurements Damao Zhang 13:45

Wednesday, 13 January 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time
(Eastern Time)
9. Aerosol–Cloud Interactions in Mixed-Phase Clouds. Part II
Oral 9.1. On Precipitation from Polar Mixed-Phase Clouds (Invited Presentation) Ann Fridlind 15:40
Oral 9.2. Nonturbulent Polar Liquid-Bearing Clouds: Observed Occurrence and Representation in Models Israel Silber 15:45
3. 13AEROSOL Wednesday Poster Session
Poster 667. Semidirect Effects from Large-Scale Smoke-Circulation Interactions Influence the Stratocumulus-to-Cumulus Transition over the Southeast Atlantic Ocean during the Biomass Burning Season Michael Diamond 14:00
Poster 676. Chemical Composition and Ice Nucleation of Ambient Aerosol from Ground and Airborne Measurements over the Eastern North Atlantic Peiwen Wang 14:00
Poster 666. Understanding the Impact of Biomass Burning Aerosols and Airmass Changes on the Radiative Properties of Boundary Layer Clouds in the Southeast Atlantic Paul Alan Barrett 14:00
Poster 673. A Case Study of Mixed-Phase Convective Clouds in the Marine Boundary Layer over the Southern Oceans in MARCUS. Part II: Model Simulations Yishi Hu 14:00
Poster 672. Arctic Mixed-Phase Cloud Dissipation and Its Relationship to Low CCN Concentrations Lucas Sterzinger 14:00
8. Results from New Observations and Modeling Studies of Smoke–Cloud–Radiation–Climate Interactions in the Southeast Atlantic; Aerosol–Cloud Interactions in Mixed-Phase Clouds. Part I
Oral 8.2. Understanding the Lifetime of Observed Biomass Burning Aerosol in the Free Troposphere (Invited Presentation) Amie Dobracki 13:15
Oral 8.10. Impacts of Ice-Nucleating Particles from Marine Aerosols on Winter Mixed-Phase Clouds during 2015 ACAPEX Field Campaign Yun Lin 13:55
Oral 8.8. Mixed-Phase Clouds and Aerosol Indirect Effects over the Southern Ocean Based on in situ Observations and Climate Model Simulations Minghui Diao 13:45
Oral 8.9. A Case Study of Mixed-Phase Convective Clouds in the Marine Boundary Layer over the Southern Oceans in MARCUS. Part l: Observations Yazhe Hu 13:50
9B. Data-Driven Prediction of Air Quality Events due to Wildfires, Dust Storms, and Volcanic Eruptions. Part  II: Machine Learning Applications for Atmospheric Chemistry
Oral 9B.10. Machine Learning to Estimate and Regionalize the Global Aerosol Mixing State Zhonghua Zheng 16:25

Thursday, 14 January 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time
(Eastern Time)
11. Measurements and Modeling of CCN and INP. Part II; Advances in Observational and Modeling Studies of the Role of Mineral Dust in the Earth System
Oral 11.1. Evaluation of Ice-Nucleating Particles and Their Sources in the Central Arctic during the Multidisciplinary Drifting Observatory for Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) Experiment Jessie Creamean 13:10
4. 34CVC Thursday Poster Session
Poster 738. Exploration of Droplet Number Variability in the Southern Ocean Marginal Ice Zone Peter Matthew Gombert V 14:00
10.ii. Artificial Intelligence for Environmental Science. Part II; AI, Ethics, and Inclusion for Geosciences. Part II
Oral 10.ii.3. Automated Classification of Cloud Particle Imagery through the Use of Convolutional Neural Networks Vanessa Przybylo 11:10
10. Measurements and Modeling of CCN and INP. Part I
Oral 10.6. Ice-Nucleating Particles in Midlatitude Continental Regions of North America, South America, and Europe Paul J. DeMott 11:00
Oral 10.4. Investigation of Proxy Measurements for the Estimation of Aerosol Properties Relevant to CCN and INP over the Southern Ocean Sonia M. Kreidenweis 10:50
Oral 10.8. Relative Importance of High-Latitude Local and Long-Range Transported Dust to Arctic INPs and Impacts on Mixed-Phase Clouds Yang Shi 11:10
Oral 10.9. Highlighting Gaps in Understanding the Emission of Warm-Temperature INPs in Marine Environments Isabelle Steinke 11:15
Oral 10.10. A Field-Observational Approach to Aerosol–Ice Formation Closure Daniel A. Knopf 11:20
4. 21ARAM Thu - Insights and Advancements in Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology. Part II
Poster 815. The Application of New Bulk Richardson Parameterizations for Surface–Atmosphere Exchange over Different Land Surface Types Temple R. Lee 14:00

Friday, 15 January 2021

Presentation Type Session ID and Presentation Title Presenters Time
(Eastern Time)
14B.ii. Precipitation Processes and Observations for Atmospheric, Land Surface, and Hydrological Modeling. Part I
Oral 14B.ii.5. The Diurnal Cycle of Precipitation over Amazon Basin as Simulated by Observationally Constrained Cloud-Permitting and Global Climate Models Sheng-Lun Tai 13:50
14B.i. Precipitation Processes and Observations for Atmospheric, Land Surface, and Hydrological Modeling. Part I—Keynote
Oral 14B.i.1. Exploring Environmental Influences on Surface DSDs (Invited Presentation) Brenda Dolan 13:10
13. Aerosol and Climate Geoengineering; Changes in Precipitation Related to Anthropogenic Aerosol
Oral 13.8. Sensitivity of the Efficiency of Hygroscopic Seeding on the Size Distribution and Chemical Composition of the Seeding Material
SBIR/STTR
Istvan Geresdi 10:45
14. Atmospheric Chemistry in Aerosol–Cloud–Radiation–Meteorology Interactions
Oral Joint 14.8. New Particle Formation over the Oceans: Results from Recent Field Campaigns (Invited Presentation) Jian Wang 13:45
Oral Joint 14.4. Sources of Aerosol Particles in Pristine and Polluted Environments throughout the Amazon Troposphere: Importance of Organic-Mediated New Particle Formation Bin Zhao 13:25
Oral Joint 14.2. New Insights into the Growth of Pollution Nanoparticles via SOA Formation and Their Impacts on Clouds (Invited Presentation) Rahul A. Zaveri 13:15
Oral Joint 14.10. How Many Particles Do We Need to Measure the Aerosol Mixing State? Jessica T. Gasparik 13:55
5. 11Python-Fri-Combined Python Posters
Poster 1033. A High-Resolution ROI-less Multiphase Gridding Algorithm for Weather Radars Joseph Hardin 14:00