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5th AEROCOM workshop


(held at Virginia Beach, US, Oct 17-19, 2006)

This document contains presentations of the AEROCOM workshop at Virginia Beach in October 2006. Contributions are bundled by topics:

  1. The WORKSHOP INFO outlines the program and lists names of the workshop participants
  2. The WELCOME sections contains presentations by the local organizer and by the meeting sponsor
  3. The FUTURE sections contains presentations addressing major remaining issues and plans for the AeroCom phase
  4. The RELATED ACTIVITIES provides summary presentations of projects with common interest to AeroCom initative

  1. The AEROSOL PROPERTIES ground presents new developments on ground based aerosol measurements
  2. The AEROSOL PROPERTIES satellite presents new developments on aerosol retrievals from space sensors
  3. The AEROSOL EMISSION DATA presents global aerosol emission data sets for current conditions, for the past and for future scenarios
  4. The DATA CONSTRAINTS presents contributions, where maesurements and retrievals are applied to constrain data
  5. The INDIRECT EFFECT presents studies and assessments of the aerosol impact on clouds and pecipitation processes
  6. The NEWS IN MODELING presents new developments in the modeling of aerosol modules
  7. The AEROSOL FORCING section presents new results on aerosol forcing simulations aerosol

  8. PICTURES Highslide JS

  1. outlines the workshop program
  2. list the workshop attendees

  1. welcome and logistics presented by R. Ferrare (NASA-Larc)
  2. AeroCom project and achievements presented by M. Schulz (LSCE )
  3. AeroCom in the context of global research presented by P. DeCola (NASA-HQ )

  1. intercontinental transport presented by M. Chin (NASA-GSFC)
  2. influences of harmonizing models (Exp. A vs Exp. B) presented by C. Textor (CNRS)
  3. IGAC/WCRP initiative (atmos.chem and climate) presented by S. Doherty (IGAC)
  4. The notes and recommendations from the AeroCom workshop are summarised on a wiki page: HERE
  5. See also the working groups and associated discussions: HERE

  1. NASA’s POLARCAT plans presented by J. Crawford (NASA-Larc)
  2. CERES SRB presented by T. Charlock (NASA-Larc)
  3. GEWEX SRB presented by S. Cox (NASA-Larc)
  4. Air Quality and MODIS presented by A. Chu (NASA-GSFC)
  5. NARSTO – ozone and PM assessments presented by S. Kinne (NASA-Larc)

  1. (Raman-) lidar to constrain simulated aerosol altitude presented by R. Ferrare (NASA-Larc)
  2. Micropulse Lidar Network (MPL-net) presented by J. Welton (NASA-GSFC)
  3. new developments in AERONET processing presented by D. Giles (NASA-GSFC)
  4. BC aerosol mass/conc. from AERONET presented by G. Schuster (NASA-Larc)
  5. extinction, ssa and SU/BC ratios from GAW sites presented by J. Wilson (JRC)

  1. Aerosol air-mass mapping with MISR presented by R. Kahn (NASA-JPL)
  2. Dust aerosol retrievals with AIRS presented by S. DeSouza (UMBC)
  3. Deep_Blue for retrieving AOT over deserts presented by C. Hsu (NASA-GSFC)
  4. MODIS collection 5 aerosol properties presented by R. Levy (NASA-GSFC)
  5. aerosol remote sensing with parasol presented by J.F. Leon (LOA)
  6. CALIOP, global data on aerosol altitude presented by D. Winker (NASA-Larc)
  7. GEWEX aerosol data assessment presented by M. Chin (NASA-GSFC)

  1. aerosol absorption in the context of BC emissions presented by D. Koch (NASA-GISS)
  2. Emission inventories and scenarios presented by T. Bond (Uni I??????ll U.C.)
  3. Energy modeling forum presented by B. DeAngelo (EPA)
  4. BC emissions presented by T. Nozawa (NIES)
  5. Satellite fire data and biomass burning presented by M. Chin (NASA-GSFC)
  6. MODIS radiative power for biomass burning presented by C. Ichoku (NASA-GSFC)
  7. 20th century dust emissions presented by P.Ginoux (GFDL)
  8. 1980-2005 global aerosol emissions presented by T. Diehl (NASA-GSFC)

  1. MODIS, AERONET and surface data in modeling presented by P. Colarco (NASA-GSFC)
  2. CALIPSO, HSRL and MODIS in regional modeling presented by C. Kittaka (NASA-Larc)
  3. Cloud and aerosol relationships presented by N. Loeb (NASA-Larc)
  4. MODIS and CERES for aerosol direct and indirect effects presented by J. Quaas (MPI-Met)

  1. MODIS and AMSR-E for indirect ‘clues’ presented by J. Penner (Univ. of Michigan)
  2. comparisons of simulations for aerosol indirect effects presented by J. Penner (Uni Michigan)
  3. Issues on modeling aerosol indirect effect presented by A. Nenes (GTech)
  4. Modeling aerosol influence on warm and mixed-phase clouds in CAM-Oslo presented by T. Storelvmo (Uni Oslo)

  1. aerosol processing sensitivity presented by T. Iversen (Uni Oslo)
  2. aerosol processing concepts presented by X. Liu (PNNL)
  3. A modular approach to understand processing presented by H. Bian (NASA-GSFC)
  4. A strategy for process reduction in UK global aerosol models presented by G. Mann (Uni Leeds)

  1. Aerosol impact on climate: AeroCom diversity presented by M. Schulz (LSCE)
  2. Asian aerosol and rainfall in Australia presented by L. Rotstayn (CSIRO)
  3. dust radiative properties and impact on climate presented by Y. Balkanski (LSCE)
  4. Ship emission impact on climate presented by A. Lauer (DLR)
  5. Aerosol impact simulations with the SPRINTARS model presented by T. Takemura (Kyushu Univ.)
  6. Aerosol absorption in global modeling presented by P. Stier (CALTech)
  7. Aerosol impact simulations with the Hadley model presented by N. Bellouin (Hadley Center)
  8. Aerosol impact simulations with the GFDL model presented by Y. Ming (GFDL)
  9. Discrepancy between data-tied estimates and modeling presented by S. Kinne (MPI-Met)

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