Atmospheric Sciences


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A001. Advances in an Integrated Global Observing System for Air Quality
Caroline Nowlan | Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Jassim Al-Saadi | NASA Langley Research Center
Pieternel Levelt | Delft University of Technology
Rokjin Park | Seoul National University
A002. Advances in Atmospheric Remote Sensing Techniques and Theories
Gorden Videen | Space Science Institute Boulder
Yongxiang Hu | NASA Langley Research Center
Wenbo Sun | Science Systems and Applications, Inc. Hampton
A003. Advances in Methods and Technologies for Emission Monitoring and Exposure Assessment to Hazardous Air Pollutants
Olga Pikelnaya | South Coast Air Quality Management District
Scott Herndon | Aerodyne Research Inc
Tara Yacovitch | Aerodyne Research Inc.
Andrea Polidori | South Coast Air Quality Management District
A004. Advances in Optical Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere and Surface
Kirk Knobelspiesse | NASA Ames Research Center
Bastiaan van Diedenhoven | Columbia University in the City of New York
Olga Kalashnikova | Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Edward Nowottnick | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
A005. Advances in Radar Remote Sensing of Clouds and Precipitation: Microphysical Retrievals, Estimation, and Hydrometeorological Applications
Haonan Chen | Colorado State University and NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory
Robert Cifelli | NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory
V. Chandrasekar | Colorado State University
Youcun Qi | University of Oklahoma Norman Campus
A006. Aerosol exchange across the air-sea interface: deposition and emission
Amanda Frossard | University of Georgia
Katherine Mackey | University of California Irvine
Kostas Tsigaridis | Columbia University
Cassandra Gaston | University of Miami
A007. Aerosol, Cloud, Precipitation, and Radiation Studies over the Southern Ocean
Greg McFarquhar | Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies
Roger Marchand | University of Washington
Tom Lachlan-Cope | NERC British Antarctic Survey
Alexis Berne | EPFL Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne
A008. Aerosol influence on Ice containing clouds through various modes of ice nucleation
Gourihar Kulkarni | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Naruki Hiranuma | West Texas A & M University
Heike Wex | Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research
Hinrich Grothe | Vienna University of Technology
A009. Aerosols and Air Quality over South Asia and the Hindu Kush-Himalaya
Ritesh Gautam | Environmental Defense Fund DC
Sachin Ghude | Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
Arnico Panday | International Center for Integrated Mountain Development
Rajesh Kumar | National Center for Atmospheric Research
A010. Air Pollution, Aerosol, and Climate Interactions in Asia
Zhanqing Li | Univ of Maryland College Park
Renyi Zhang | Texas A & M Univ
Tong Zhu | Peking University
A011. Air pollution, greenhouse gases and emissions in Asia and its interactions with the world
Jintai Lin | Peking University
Zhu Liu | Department of Earth System Science, Tsinghua University
Yu Zhao | Nanjing University
A012. Air Quality in the Mid Atlantic States
Russell Dickerson | University of Maryland
Nickolay Krotkov | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
A013. A New Era for Aerosol Products from Geostationary Satellites for Air Quality Operational and Research Applications
Amy Huff | Pennsylvania State Univ
Shobha Kondragunta | NOAA College Park
Istvan Laszlo | Univ Maryland
A014. Arctic and midlatitude linkage: Causes and Effects
Yutian Wu | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University
Xiangdong Zhang | Univ Alaska
Qinghua Ding | UCSB
Baek-Min Kim | KOPRI Korea Polar Research Institute
A015. Arctic Energy Balance and Relevant Atmosphere and Surface Processes: Current Understanding and Challenges
Xianglei Huang | Univ of Michigan
Brian Kahn | Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Jennifer Kay | Univeristy of Colorado at Boulder
Nicole Schlegel | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
A016. A spectral view of aerosols, clouds, and earth energy budget: from model evaluation to process studies
Jun Wang | the University of Iowa
Seiji Kato | NASA Langley Research Ctr
Yi Ming | Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Steven Platnick | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
A017. Assessment, Enhancement and Integration of Arctic Observing Systems
Roberta Pirazzini | Finnish Meteorological Institute
Hanne Sagen | Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Michael Tjernstrom | Stockholm University
Andreas Ahlstrom | Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland
A018. Atmospheric aerosol processes across scales
Swarup China | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Laura Fierce | Brookhaven National Laboratory
Manabu Shiraiwa | University of California Irvine
Kerri Pratt | University of Michigan Ann Arbor
A019. Atmospheric Chemistry in Highly Polluted Environments
Jianlin Hu | NUIST Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
Song Guo | Peking University
Sri Kota | Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
Hongliang Zhang | Louisiana State University
A020. Atmospheric Halogens.
Ross Salawitch | University of Maryland
Alfonso Saiz-Lopez | Spanish National Research Council
A021. Atmospheric Monitoring from Space: The Copernicus S-5P and Suomi NPP Constellation
Diego Loyola | German Aerospace Center
James Gleason | NASA Goddard SFC
Claus Zehner | European Space Research Institute
Steven Platnick | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
A022. Atmospheric Oxidation Capacity Constraints: Laboratory Investigations, Field and Remote Sensing Observations, and Modeling Studies
Julie Nicely | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Philip Stevens | Indiana University
Thomas Hanisco | NASA GSFC
Yasin Elshorbany | University of Colorado, Boulder
A023. Atmospheric Trace Species in the Stratosphere: Distribution, trends, variability, and processes related to stratospheric ozone and climate
Karen Rosenlof | NOAA Boulder
John Daniel | NOAA Boulder
Susan Strahan | NASA Goddard Space Flight Ctr
Antara Banerjee |
A024. Atmospheric Trace Species Profiles from Long-term and Campaign Sampling: Observations from Ground, Balloons and Aircraft
Anne Thompson | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Paul Newman | NASA GSFC
Herman Smit | Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
Valerie Thouret | OMP/CNRS
A026. Boundary Layer Clouds and Climate Change
Jan Kazil | NOAA/CIRES
Armin Sorooshian | University of Arizona
A027. Boundary Layer Processes and Turbulence
Ying Pan | Pennsylvania State University Main Campus
Dan Li | Boston University
Marc Calaf | University of Utah
A028. Bridging the Gap from Climate to Extreme Weather: Theory, Modeling, and Observations
Daniel Chavas | Purdue University
Kevin Reed | Stony Brook University
A029. Building a Better Global Air Quality Open-Source Landscape
Yeonjoo Yoon | OpenAQ
Bryan Duncan | NASA GSFC
A030. Calibration and validation of passive satellite earth observation systems
Kurtis Thome | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Xiaoxiong Xiong | NASA/GSFC
Isaac Moradi | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
A032. Climate Sensitivity and Feedbacks: Advances and New Paradigms
Mark Richardson | University of British Columbia
Kate Marvel | Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Maria Hakuba | ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Andrew Dessler | Texas A&M Univ
A033. Climate Variability and Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction Over the North Atlantic
Thomas Reichler | University of Utah
Yannick Peings | University California Irvine
Ayako Yamamoto | JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
Melissa Gervais | Pennsylvania State University Main Campus
A034. Cloud-aerosol-radiation-climate interactions in the southeast Atlantic
Samuel LeBlanc | NASA Ames Research CenterBay Area Environmental Research Institute
Greg McFarquhar | Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies
Jennifer Small Griswold | University of Hawaii at Manoa
Marc Mallet | CNRM / Meteo-France
A035. Cloud Properties, Processes and Uncertainties: Observations and Analysis
Letu Husi | Tokai University
Jonathan Jiang | Jet Propulsion Lab
Xiquan Dong | University of Arizona
Chuanfeng Zhao | Beijing Normal University
A036. Clouds in tropics : stochasticity and organization, observation and simulation.
Bidyut Goswami | New York University Abu Dhabi
P Mukhopadhyay | Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
A037. Constraining Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange Processes using Remote-sensing and In Situ Observations
Mathias Goeckede | Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
Abhishek Chatterjee | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Thomas Lauvaux | Pennsylvania State University Main Campus
Andrew Schuh | Colorado State University
A038. Convective Clouds: Processes, Dynamics, and Links to Weather and Climate
Rachel Storer | Colorado State University
Hanii Takahashi | Jet Propulsion Lab
Susan van den Heever | Colorado State University
Johnny Luo | CUNY City College of New York
A039. Coupling of Clouds and Moisture with the Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation
Robert Fajber | University of Toronto
Oliver Watt-Meyer | University of Toronto
Kevin Grise | University of Virginia
Ying Li | Colorado State University
A040. Data Assimilation and Inverse Modeling of the Atmospheric Composition
Avelino Arellano | University of Arizona
Pablo Saide | University of California Los Angeles
Daven Henze | University of Colorado at Boulder
A041. Data Assimilation, Reanalysis, and Observing System Simulation Experiments: Theory and Applications
Daryl Kleist | NOAA/NWS/NCEP/EMC
Nancy Baker | Marine Meteorology Division, Naval Research Lab
Robert Atlas | NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory
Isaac Moradi | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
A042. Deep Space Earth Observations
Alexander Marshak | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Adam Szabo | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Jay Herman | University of Maryland JCET
A043. Dust in a changing climate: from small‐scale insights to large‐scale understanding
Jasper Kok | University of California Los Angeles
Kerstin Schepanski | Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research
Bing Pu | Princeton University/NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Robert Green | Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
A044. Emerging Air Quality Issues in Africa
Rajesh Kumar | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Christine Wiedinmyer | Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of ColoradoCIRES, University of Colorado
Guy Brasseur | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Eloise Marais | University of Birmingham
A045. Emissions of atmospheric pollutants from oil, gas, and coal operations
Scot Miller | Harvard University
Sarah Jordaan | Johns Hopkins University
Daniel Zavala Araiza | Post Doctoral Scientist
Ralf Staebler | Environment and Climate Change Canada
A046. Extratropical and High-latitude Storms, Teleconnections, Extreme Weather, and the Changing Polar Climate
Xiangdong Zhang | Univ Alaska
Kent Moore | Univ Toronto
James Overland | NOAA Seattle
A047. Extratropical Large-scale Atmospheric Circulation Variability
Pedram Hassanzadeh | Rice University
Ding Ma | Columbia University of New YorkColumbia University
Elizabeth Barnes | Colorado State University Fort Collins
Aditi Sheshadri | Columbia University of New York
A048. Extreme Weather Events: Forecast skill, Uncertainty Quantification and Impact Modeling
Marina Astitha | University of Connecticut
Luca Delle Monache | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Forest Cannon | University of California San DiegoScripps Institution of Oceanography
Ali Hamidi | University of California San DiegoScripps Institution of Oceanography
A049. Extreme Wildfires and Smoke Plumes: Past, Present, and Future
Michael Fromm | Naval Research Lab
Peter Colarco | NASA GSFC
A050. Flight Research Techniques That Bring Results Using NASA Armstrong Airborne Science ER-2, G3, and DC-8 Aircraft
Timothy Williams | NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
Brian Hobbs | JPL/NASA/Caltech
Robert Rowe | NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
A051. Fog: Atmosphere, biosphere, land, and ocean interactions
Alicia Torregrosa | U S Geological Survey
Travis O'Brien | Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Warren Blier | NOAA/National Weather Service
Ritesh Gautam | Environmental Defense Fund
A052. Frontier sciences and technologies at ground-based neutral atmosphere observatories
Yaru Dai | University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Alan Liu | Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Weilin Pan | Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
A053. Ground-Based Atmospheric Monitoring Networks
Katrine Gorham | University of California Davis
Dominique Young | University of California Davis
Xiaolu Zhang | University of California - Davis
Jenny Hand | Colorado State Univ
A054. High resolution weather and climate modeling on large supercomputers
Gokhan Danabasoglu | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Malcolm Roberts | Met Office Hadley center for Climate Change
Pier Luigi Vidale | NCAS Climate
Rein Haarsma | Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute
L. Ruby Leung | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
A055. Improving our Mechanistic Understanding of the Regional Climate Response to Anthropogenic Aerosols
Massimo Bollasina | University of Edinburgh
Yi Ming | Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Laura Wilcox | University of Reading
A056. Improving the Science of Emissions Through Inventories, Observations and Models
Gregory Frost | NOAA
Barron Henderson | EPA
Barry Lefer | NASA Headquarters
A057. Innovations in Methane Emissions Detection Technology
Arvind Ravikumar | Stanford University
David Lyon | Environmental Defense Fund
Adam Brandt | Stanford University
Jacob Englander | Stanford Earth Sciences
A058. Insights on Clouds, Convection, and Climate Sensitivity from Idealized Modeling Studies
Allison Wing | Florida State University
Kevin Reed | Stony Brook University
Satoh Masaki | Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute University of Tokyo
Bjorn Stevens | Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
A059. Interactions between Land-surface, Convective Boundary Layer, Clouds and Aerosols – Linking Observations with Models
Yunyan Zhang | Lawrence Livermore Nat Labs
Ian Williams | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Larry Berg | Pacific Northwest National Lab
A060. Interactions of aerosols, clouds, radiation, and climate on regional scale
Yu Gu | UCLA 405 Hilgard Ave
Bin Zhao | University of California Los Angeles
Hong Liao | Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
Chuanfeng Zhao | Beijing Normal University
A061. Interactions of Air Quality and Meteorology on Local to Synoptic Scales
Daniel Westervelt | Lamont -Doherty Earth ObservatoryNASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Carlos Ordonez | Complutense University of Madrid
Lu Shen | Harvard University
Jordan Schnell | Northwestern University
A062. Interactions of Particles with Water in the Atmosphere
Akua Asa-Awuku | University of Maryland College Park
Annmarie Carlton | University of California Irvine
Christopher Hennigan | University of Maryland, Baltimore County
A063. Laboratory Studies in Atmospheric Sciences
David Wilmouth | Harvard University
James Burkholder | NOAA Boulder
John Crounse | California Institute of Technology - CalTech
Neil Donahue | Carnegie Mellon Univ
A064. Land-atmosphere interactions of the Tibetan Plateau and their impacts on weather and climate
Ping Zhao | State Key Laboratory of Severe Weather
Yimin Liu | Inst. of Atmospheric Physics
Fei Chen | National Center for Atmospheric Research
A065. Large Ensemble Climate Model Simulations: Exploring Natural Variability, Climate Change Signal, Extremes and Compound Events at various Spatio-Temporal Scales
Alain Mailhot | Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique
Emma E. Aalbers | Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI)
Martin Leduc | Ouranos
Ralf Ludwig | Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich
A066. Lidar Investigations of Greenhouse Gases, Aerosols, and Clouds
James Abshire | NASA Goddard Space Flight Ctr
Gerhard Ehret | DLR
Richard Ferrare | NASA Langley Research Center
Chikao Nagasawa | Tokyo Metropolitan University
A067. Local Processes and Global Impact of the Indo-Pacific Maritime Continent
Samson Hagos | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Kunio Yoneyama | Japan Ag for Mar Ear Sci & Tec
Eric Maloney | Colorado State University
Janet Sprintall | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
A068. Marine Aerosols, Trace Gases, and Clouds Over the North Atlantic
Richard Moore | NASA Langley Research Center
Lynn Russell | University of California San Diego
Jian Wang | Brookhaven National Laboratory
Thomas Bell | Plymouth Marine Laboratory
A069. Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer Processes Affecting Electromagnetic and Electro-optical Wave Propagation
Qing Wang | Naval Postgraduate School
Thomas Hanley | Applied Physics Laboratory Johns Hopkins
Kate Horgan | Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division
Lee Rogers | SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific
A070. Mesoscale and severe convective storms: understanding, and model development and evaluation
Jiwen Fan | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Robert Houze | University of Washington
Andreas Prein | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Michael Jensen | Brookhaven National Laboratory
A071. Microphysical and macrophysical properties and processes of ice and mixed-phase clouds: linking in-situ, remote sensing observations and multi-scale models
Minghui Diao | San Jose State University
Xiaohong Liu | University of Wyoming
Yu Gu | University of California Los Angeles
James Campbell | Naval Research Laboratory
A072. Monsoons: Observations, Subseasonal, Seasonal, and Interannual to Decadal Variability, Forecast, Climate Change and Extremes
Ding Ma | Columbia University
Ajaya Mohan Ravindran | New York University Abu Dhabi
Salvatore Pascale | Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Spencer Hill | UCLA AOS & Caltech GPS
A073. Multiscale Evolution of Volcanic Plumes: from Injection to Large-Scale Transport and Impacts
Valentina Aquila | American University
Thomas Aubry | University of British Columbia
Laura Kerber | Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Verity Flower | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
A074. Multi-sensor, Model, and Measurement Synergy: Aerosol Sources and Their Environmental Effects
Ralph Kahn | NASA/Goddard Space Flight Ctr
Gregory Schuster | NASA Langley Research Center
Jasper Kok | University of California Los Angeles
Meloe Kacenelenbogen | BAERI
A076. New Developments in Aerosol Forecasting and Data Assimilation
Virginie Buchard | NASA Goddard Space Flight CenterUniversities Space Research Association
Juli Rubin | U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
A077. New Directions for Satellite Data: Applications in Health, Air Quality, Environmental Management, and Public Outreach
Daegan Miller | University of Wisconsin Madison
Tracey Holloway | University of Wisconsin Madison
Susan Alexander | University of Alabama in Huntsville
Yang Liu | Emory University
Mike Newchurch | University of Alabama in Huntsville
A078. Observations and Modeling of Air Quality at Land-Water Boundaries
Robert Swap | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Timothy Bertram | University of Wisconsin Madison
Charles Stanier | IIHR—Hydroscience and Engineering
Bojan Bojkov | EUMETSAT
A079. Observations and Modeling of the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere
Eric Jensen | NASA Ames Research Center
William Randel | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Marta Abalos |
Adam Bourassa | University of Saskatchewan
A080. Observations and Predictability of Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain
Natalie Wagenbrenner | USDA Forest Service
Heping Liu | Washington State University
Susan Stillman | Desert Research Institute Las Vegas
Stephan De Wekker | University of Virginia
A081. Polar Atmospheric Processes and Their Interactions with Land, Ice, and Ocean
Lauren Zamora | University of Maryland, College ParkNASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Yuekui Yang | NASA
Linette Boisvert | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Patrick Taylor | NASA Langley Research Center
A082. Processes and factors that control the spatiotemporal variability of clouds and precipitation
Seoung Soo Lee | NOAA/ESRL
Yuan Wang | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Vaughan Phillips | University of Leeds
A083. Processes of (Sub) Cloud Scales: Modeling, Observation and Parameterization for Larger Scale Models
Yangang Liu | Brookhaven Natl Lab
Leo Donner | Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Pavlos Kollias | McGill University
A084. Process-oriented analysis of cloud and precipitation physics
Minghuai Wang | Nanjing University
Johannes Mulmenstadt | Institute for Meteorology, Universität Leipzig
Kentaroh Suzuki | Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute University of Tokyo
Jennifer Kay | Univeristy of Colorado at Boulder
A085. Progresses in Understanding Atmospheric Convection
Giuseppe Torri | Harvard UniversityUniversity of Hawai'i at Mānoa
Pierre Gentine | Columbia University
Leah Grant | Colorado State University
Zhiming Kuang | Harvard University
A086. Progress in Reanalysis: Development, Evaluation and Application
Jan Keller | Deutscher Wetterdienst Nieder
Michael Bosilovich | Earth Sciences Division
Masatomo Fujiwara | Hokkaido Univ
Sean Davis | Chemical Sciences Division, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory; Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
A087. Quantifying and reducing the uncertainties in the aerosol forcing of climate
V Ramaswamy | NOAA GFDL
Lamarque Jean-Francois | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Matthew Christensen | University of Oxford
Ken Carslaw | University of Leeds
A088. Recent and Anticipated Measurement Campaigns: Foci, Results, and Opportunities for Analysis and Collaboration
Joshua Schwarz | NOAA ESRL
Jacco Konijn | University of Amsterdam
Paul Newman | NASA GSFC
A089. Regional Climate Modeling
Raymond Arritt | Iowa State Univ
L. Ruby Leung | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
A090. Relating the Internal Variability of Climate Systems and their Forced Responses
Nicholas Lutsko | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cristian Proistosescu | University of Washington
Pedram Hassanzadeh | Rice University
A091. Remote Sensing of CH4 and CO2 from Space: New Observing System Capabilities
Annmarie Eldering | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Charles Miller | Jet Propulsion Lab
Christopher O'Dell | Colorado State University
Scot Miller | Johns Hopkins University
A092. Rising atmospheric methane: Causes and Consequences
Euan Nisbet | Royal Holloway, University of London
Martin Manning | Victoria University of Wellington
Sara Mikaloff Fletcher | NIWA
A093. Role of Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction in Regional Climate Variability and Change
Shoshiro Minobe | Hokkaido Univ-Grad. School Sci
Matthew Collins | University of Exeter
Shang-Ping Xie | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Olga Zolina | Laboratoire de glaciologie et géophysique de l'environnement
A094. Small Satellites Have Scientific Value, but Where Do They Fit In?
William Swartz | Johns Hopkins Univ
Charles Norton | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pamela Millar | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
David Klumpar | Montana State University
A095. Stable Isotope Investigation of Atmospheric Processes
Wendell Walters | Brown University
Jiajue Chai | Brown University
A096. Stratosphere-Troposphere Coupling: Large-Scale Atmospheric Dynamics and Transport
Clara Orbe | NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Gang Chen | University of California, Los Angeles
Marianna Linz | University of California, Los Angeles
Peter Hitchcock | Ecole Polytechnique
A097. Sub-seasonal to seasonal prediction of weather and climate
Andrew Robertson | Columbia University
Arun Kumar | NOAA/NCEP
Duane Waliser | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Kathleen Pegion | CIRES/University of Colorado
A098. Subseasonal to interdecadal tropical variability and its response to future climates
Bryce Harrop | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Christopher Terai | University of California Irvine
Richard Neale | NCAR
A099. Tethered AeroSystems - Emerging Tools for a Variety of Observations
Geoff Bland | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
David Pieri | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
A100. The Dynamics of the Large Scale Atmospheric Circulation in Present and Future Climates: Jet Streams, Storm Tracks, Stationary Waves, and Monsoons
Lei Wang | Harvard University
Simona Bordoni | California Institute of Technology
Gang Chen | University of California Los Angeles
Isla Simpson | National Center for Atmospheric Research
A101. The Madden-Julian Oscillation and its Global Impacts: Observations, Modeling, and Prediction
Xianan Jiang | JIFRESSE/UCLA
Eric Maloney | Colorado State University
Daehyun Kim | University of Washington Seattle Campus
A102. The Surface Energy Budget: Influences on Spatiotemporal Magnitude and Variability
Paul Stackhouse | NASA Langley Research Center
Charles Long | NOAA ESRL GMD/CIRES
Martin Wild | ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science
Arturo Sanchez-Lorenzo |
A103. The Tropical vs. Polar "Tug of War" on the Atmospheric General Circulation Response to Climate Change
Jacob Scheff | University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Elizabeth Maroon | Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
Natalie Burls | George Mason University
Paulo Ceppi | University of Reading
A104. Toward Reducing Systematic Errors in Weather and Climate Models: Evaluation, Understanding, and Improvement
Shaocheng Xie | Lawrence Livermore Nat''l Lab
Xiaohong Liu | University of Wyoming
Chung Hsiung Sui | National Taiwan University
Donghai Wang | Sun Yat-Sen University
A105. Tropical Cyclones: Observations, Modeling and Predictability
Zhuo Wang | University of Illinois
Melinda Peng | Naval Research Lab
Patrick Harr | Jupiter
Scott Braun | NASA/GSFC
A106. Tropics-Midlatitude-Poles Interactions and Teleconnections on Subseasonal-to-Seasonal Timescales
Cristiana Stan | George Mason University Fairfax
Thomas Jung | AWI
Hai Lin | Environment Canada Dorval
A107. Understanding and attributing greenhouse gas fluxes from urban systems and major hot-spots
Riley Duren | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Anna Karion | National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg
Jocelyn Turnbull | GNS Science
James Butler | NOAA/ESRL Global Monitoring Division
A108. Understanding Past, Present, and Future Changes in the Hadley Circulation
Kevin Grise | University of Virginia Main Campus
Paul Staten | Indiana University Bloomington
Sean Davis | Chemical Sciences Division, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory; Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
A109. Urban and regional air quality: Emissions, land surface forcing, and meteorological impacts
Min Huang | George Mason University
James Crawford | NASA LARC
Gregory Carmichael | Univ Iowa
A110. Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in Atmospheric Science
Fan Mei | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Beat Schmid | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Gijs de Boer | University of Colorado at Boulder; IASC Atmosphere WG Member
Greg McFarquhar | Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies
A111. Using emergent constraints to reduce uncertainty in projections of future climate change
Chad Thackeray | University of California Los Angeles
Peter Cox | University of Exeter
Alexander Hall | University of California Los Angeles
Xin Qu | UCLA
A112. Weather and Climate Modeling across Scales: from Global to Convection-Permitting
Koichi Sakaguchi | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Roy Rasmussen | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Colin Zarzycki | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Guangxing Lin | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
A113. what difference to atmospheric composition do criegee intermediates make in the troposphere
Carl Percival | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Dudley Shallcross | University of Bristol
Craig Taatjes | Sandia National Laboratories
. The 2018 Eruptions of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii and Fernandina and Sierra Negra Volcanoes, Galápagos
Ingrid Johanson | Univ California Berkeley
Matthew Patrick | USGS
Gregory Waite | Michigan Technological University
Claire Horwell | Durham University
B012. Carbon feedbacks in Earth’s climate system: beyond emergent patterns and towards mechanistic processes to reduce future climate uncertainty
Ashley Ballantyne | University of Montana
Abhishek Chatterjee | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Benjamin Poulter | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Laure Resplandy | Princeton University
B054. Natural Wetlands, Inland Waters, and the Global Methane Cycle: Reconciling Top-Down Atmospheric Estimates and Bottom-Up Biogeochemical Estimates of Methane Emissions
Elaine Matthews | NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Ruth Varner | Univ New Hampshire
Lori Bruhwiler | NOAA/ESRL/GMD
C017. Forty years of eyes on the planet: An uninterrupted record of earth remote sensing with satellite passive microwave instruments
Walter Meier | National Snow and Ice Data Center
Carl Mears | Remote Sensing Systems
Ralph Ferraro | NOAA/NESDIS
Thomas Wilheit | Texas A & M Univ
ED045. Reframing the Conversation:  Why Diversity in the Geosciences Workforce Matters
Jill Karsten | AGU Diversity & Inclusion Task Force
Erika Marin-Spiotta | University of Wisconsin Madison
Gregory Jenkins | Pennsylvania State University
G020. Satellite Geodesy for Climate and Atmospheric Research
Vincent Humphrey | ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Rosa Pacione | e-geos S.p.A. ASI/Centro di Geodesia Spaziale
Annette Eicker | University of Bonn
Juergen Kusche | University of Bonn
GC006. Advances in Understanding Causes and Consequences of High-latitude System Changes for Improved Sub-seasonal to Decadal Predictability
Wieslaw Maslowski | Naval Postgraduate School
Renu Joseph | US Department of Energy
Wilbert Weijer | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Hailong Wang | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
GC010. Ambient Air Pollution, Climate Change, and Societal Impacts in South Asia
Alexandra Karambelas | Columbia University of New York
Deepti Singh | Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory
Kyle Davis | Columbia University of New York
GC021. Carbon cycle climate variability: observation, modeling and data assimilation in the modern data-rich era
Ning Zeng | University of Maryland
Abhishek Chatterjee | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Andrew Jacobson | NOAA Boulder
Benjamin Poulter | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
GC025. Climate-Hydrology-Human Interactions and Their Implications on Hydroclimate Extremes in a Changing Environment
Xing Yuan | Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Zong-Liang Yang | University of Texas at Austin
Ming Pan | Princeton University
Niko Wanders | Utrecht University
GC029. Decision-Support Tools To Assess Social And Environmental Processes In The Built Environment
Mitchell Pavao-Zuckerman | University of Maryland College Park
Masoud Negahban-Azar | University of Maryland College Park
GC035. Advances in understanding impacts of land use and land cover change using Earth system models and data records
Dan Li | Boston University
Kaiyu Guan | University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Zhenghui Xie | LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Maoyi Huang | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
GC040. ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC, AND CLIMATIC CHANGES IN NORTHERN EURASIA
Pavel Groisman | Hydrology Science and Services CorpShirshov Institute of Oceanology
Shamil Maksyutov | NIES
Sergey Gulev | P.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, RAS,
Dmitry Streletskiy | George Washington University
GC048. Forest carbon and water dynamics under global environmental change: patterns, drivers and mechanisms
Zheng Shi | University of Oklahoma Norman Campus
Henrik Hartmann | Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
Anders Ahlström | Lund University
Kailiang Yu | ETH Zurich
GC077. Renewable Energy: Marine and Hydrokinetic
Scott James | Baylor University
Elizabeth Weatherhead | University of Colorado at Boulder
Vincent Neary | Sandia National Laboratories
Maria Beninati | Bucknell University
GC082. State of the Carbon Cycle in North America: Key Findings from Assessing a Decade of Science, Decisions, and Management Impacts
Gyami Shrestha | U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program
Nancy Cavallaro | USDA/NIFA
Laura Lorenzoni | NASA Headquarters
Zhiliang Zhu | USGS
GC085. The Food-Energy-Water System Nexus and Decision Support for Sustainability
Xin-Zhong Liang | University of Maryland College Park
Jerad Bales | CUAHSI
Bruce McCarl | Texas AgriLife Senior Fellow, Regents Professor and Distinguished Professor
GC086. The global water cycle: linkages of ocean salinity with the atmosphere and terrestrial hydrology
Paul Durack | Lawrence Livermore Nat. Lab.
Nadya Vinogradova | NASA Headquarters
John Reager | University California, Irvine
Remy Roca | CNRS
GH013. Global Warming, Urban Heat Island and Public Health: Vulnerability, Impacts, and Adaption
Kevin Czajkowski | University of Toledo
Nguyen Anh | National Central University
Yuei-An Liou | National Central University
GH017. Natural, Anthropogenic, Biogenic Air Emissions and Human Health
Ramesh Singh | Chapman University
Gabriel Filippelli | IUPUI
Minghua Zhang | SUNY Stony Brook
H007. Advances in Integrated Observations, Modeling and Predictions for Weather, Climate, and Impact Assessments
Ana Nunes | UFRJ Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Valeriy Ivanov | University of Michigan
Richard Lawford | Morgan State University
H014. Advances in Understanding Land-Atmosphere Interactions in a Changing Environment
Alexis Berg | Princeton University
Craig Ferguson | SUNY at Albany
Kaighin Mccoll | Harvard University
Joseph Santanello | NASA
IN014. Climate Informatics: Methods and Applications
Jakob Runge | German Aerospace Center
Gustau Camps-Valls | Universitat de València
Markus Reichstein | Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
Veronika Eyring | German Aerospace Center (DLR)
IN018. Convergence in Space Physics and Earth Science: Discovery through machine learning
Ryan McGranaghan | University of Colorado at Boulder
Derek Posselt | University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Kerstin Lehnert | Columbia University
NG001. Advances in Data Assimilation, Predictability and Uncertainty Quantification
Steven Fletcher | Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere
Brian Ancell | Texas Tech Univ-Geosciences
Derek Posselt | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Matthias Morzfeld | University of Arizona
NG011. Stochastic Modelling in Atmosphere, Ocean, and Climate Dynamics
Aneesh Subramanian | Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Center for Western Weather and Water Extremes (CW3E)
Cecile Penland | Physical Sciences Division
Paul Williams | University of Reading, UK
Juan Restrepo | Oregon State University
NH027. Pre-Earthquake Processes: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Earthquake Prediction Studies
Dimitar Ouzounov | Chapman University
Sergey Pulinets | Space Research Institute (IKI)
Katsumi Hattori | Graduate School of Science, Chiba University
Patrick Taylor | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
NH038. Wildfires: Pushing the Limits of Predictability with Big Data, Big Models, and Machine Learning
Nataliya Le Vine | Swiss Re
Amber Soja | National Institute of Aerospace
Claudia Vitolo | ECMWF
Christian Klose | Swiss Re
OS003. Air-sea interaction from tropics to extratropics: ocean mesoscales, teleconnections, and climate predictions
Hyodae Seo | WHOI
Masami Nonaka | Application Laboratory, JAMSTEC
Niklas Schneider | Univ Hawaii
Larry O'Neill | Oregon State University
PA045. Open-source energy data and modeling
Johannes Friedrich | World Resources Institute
Sadie Cox | National Renewable Energy Laboratory Golden
Rajan Gupta | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Aaron Kressig | World Resources Institute
U016. New Models of Citizen Science for the Next Century of AGU: Approaches to Enable Meaningful Engagement With Evidence and the Scientific Process
Lin Chambers | NASA Langley Research Center
Caren Cooper | North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
John McLaughlin | Organization Not Listed