Oral Presentations

Session Numbers and Names

1. Atmospheric Chemistry and Urbanization
2. Atmospheric Chemistry, Ecosystems and Agriculture
3.Atmospheric Chemistry and Energy
4.Atmospheric Chemistry and Fundamental Studies
5. Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Change
6. Atmospheric Chemistry: Observing Composition and Variability

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Abstract IDAbstract TitlePresenting Author
1.018THE MUMBA CAMPAIGN: MEASUREMENTS OF URBAN, MARINE AND BIOGENIC AIRClare Murphy (Paton-Walsh), University of Wollongong, Australia
1.041Towards an International Network for Monitoring, Analyzing and Forecasting Regional Air QualityGuy Brasseur, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germay
1.048Source apportionment modelling of OC and NMVOCs in the Berlin urban areaErika von Schneidemesser, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany
1.057Equatorward Redistribution of Emissions Dominates the Tropospheric Ozone Change, 1980-2010J. Jason West, Environmental Sciences & Engineering, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, United States
1.116Evaluating the spatial heterogeneity of anthropogenic VOC in São Paulo with other urban worldwide observations: a global comparison of source emission compositionPAMELA DOMINUTTI (Early Career Scientist), Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences, University of São Paulo (IAG-USP), São Paulo, Brazil
1.126Sources and Heterogeneous Production of Nitrous Acid and Impacts on Air Quality:Overview of Results from Integrated Field, Lab and Modeling Studies in Hong KongZhe Wang (Early Career Scientist), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
1.132Inverse modeling and satellite data analysis for improving emission inventoriesBenjamin de Foy, Saint Louis University, Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, St. Louis, MO, USA
1.148Analyses of the main sources of PM2.5 using bottom up and top down data in two metropolitan cities in Mexico: Mexico City Metropolitan Area and Toluca Metropolitan Area Beatriz Cardenas , Centro Mario Molina, Air Quality, Mexico City, Mexico
1.154Pollution over Megacity Regions from the Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer (TES) Karen Cady-Pereira, AER, USA
2.027Temperature and burning history affect emissions of greenhouse gasses and aerosol particles from tropical peatland fire Mikinori Kuwata, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2.029CANEXMIP: Intercomparison of models for simulating canopy-atmosphere exchange and chemistry of reactive compounds and aerosols Alex Guenther, University of California, Irvine, CA, USA
2.030Drought impacts on high ozone in CaliforniaSally Pusede (Early Career Scientist), Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA
2.043Properties and impacts of biomass burning aerosol over the Amazon region – a summary of the South American Biomass Burning Analyses (SAMBBA) projectHugh Coe, University of Manchester, UK
2.069Including the biogeochemical impacts of deforestation increases projected warming of climateCatherine Scott (Early Career Scientist), Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science, School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
2.095Monoterpene chemical speciation at Amazonian Tall Tower Observatory (ATTO) tropical rainforestAna Maria Yáñez-Serrano (Early Career Scientist), MPIC, department of Biogeoscience, Mainz, Germany
2.096New understanding on sources and impacts of marine VOCs from the Oceanic Reactive Carbon: chemistry-climate impacts (ORC3) projectSteve Arnold, Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science, School of Earth & Environment, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK.
3.020Coal seam gas and air quality in the Surat Basin, Australia: monitoring and modelling the impactsSarah Lawson (Early Career Scientist), CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, Aspendale, Victoria, Australia
3.027Assessment of Satellite Capabilities to Detect Impacts of Gas and Natural Oil Activity, from Analysis of SONGNEX 2015 Aircraft MeasurementsMitchell Thayer (Early Career Scientist), University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA
3.058Contrasting winter- and summertime ozone and organic aerosol contributions from the oil/gas sector emissions in the western USRavan Ahmadov, Earth System Research Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Boulder, CO, USA
3.063Emperical characterization of residential solid fuel burning in South Africa's low-income urban areas Roelof Burger (Early Career Scientist), North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa
3.067Effect of shipping emissions on atmospheric composition over the Barents SeaNikolaos (Nikos) DASKALAKIS (Early Career Scientist), LATMOS/IPSL, UPMC, CNRS, Paris, France
4.023Improved analyzer for biogenic volatile organic compounds as total ozone reactivity and its application to kinetics of gas-phase reactionsJun Matsumoto, Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University, Japan
4.025Diffusivity measurements of volatile organics in levitated viscous aerosol particlesSandra Bastelberger (Early Career Scientist), ETH Zurich, Switzerland
4.034Tracking the evolution of all carbon in the multigenerational oxidation of biogenic organic compoundsGabriel Isaacman-VanWertz (Early Career Scientist), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
4.035Can Viscous Liquids Provide Flexible Templates for Atmospheric Ice Nucleation? Sarah Brooks, Texas A&M University, USA
4.048Oxidation flow reactors (OFRs) to study secondary aerosol formation: overview of recent field and modeling studiesJose-Luis Jimenez, Univ. of Colorado-Boulder, USA
4.055Importance of reactive halogens in the tropical marine atmosphereAlba Badia Moragas (Early Career Scientist), Centre for Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
4.075Online measurements and modeling of SOA formation from isoprene photooxidation: insights from multiple chamber experiments and field campaigns Joel Thornton, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA USA
5.020Diagnosing changes in free tropospheric ozone over Europe: A model study of past and future changesFiona Tummon, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
5.042Quantifying the frequency and duration of U.S. regional pollution episodes with EOF analysis: Model evaluation and projected 21st century changesArlene Fiore, LDEO/Columbia University, USA
5.063Evaluating the Atmospheric Chemistry Implications of Climate Policies for Human Health in the U.S. and ChinaNoelle SELIN, MIT, USA
5.070The Stratospheric Contribution to Tropospheric Ozone Variability and TrendsJessica Neu, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, United States
5.081Climate impact of emissions of short-lived climate forcersMaria Sand (Early Career Scientist), CICERO Center for Climate Research, Norway
5.104Sensitivity of climate to modelled aerosol particles and their transport patterns in southern AfricaRebecca Garland, Natural Resources and the Environment Unit, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Pretoria, South Africa and Climatology Research Group, North West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa
5.106Climate drivers of Southern Hemisphere carbon monoxideRebecca Buchholz (Early Career Scientist), NCAR, Atmospheric Chemistry Observations & Modeling Laboratory, Boulder, CO, USA
5.112Impact of tropospheric halogen chemistry on tropospheric composition. Mathew Evans, University of York / National Centre for Atmospheric Science, UK
5.130Evaluating natural aerosol - climate interactions using long-term observations and an aerosol model Dominick Spracklen, University of Leeds, UK
5.136Secondary Ozone Peaks over northern IndiaNarendra Ojha (Early Career Scientist), Atmospheric Chemistry Department, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany
6.014Insight into the Global Distribution of Ground-level Fine Particulate Matter from Satellite Remote Sensing and from the SPARTAN Aerosol NetworkRandall V Martin, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
6.031Vertical distributions of NO2, SO2, HCHO and aerosols derived from MAX-DOAS observations from 2011 to 2014 in Wuxi, China, and application to the validation of satellite and model dataYang Wang (Early Career Scientist), Satellite group, Max Planck institute for Chemistry, Mainz, German
6.035Influence of anthropogenic emissions on the mass concentration and composition of organic PM1 in the Amazonian wet season (GoAmazon2014/5)Suzane de Sá (Early Career Scientist), Harvard University, USA
6.047Multiplatform Observations of Air Quality in Korea: An International Cooperative Air Quality Field Study KORUS-AQ 2016Joon-Young Ahn, National Institute of Environmental Research (NIER), Korea
6.050Role of Thunderstorms on Upper Troposphere Ozone – What We Have Learned from DC3Mary Barth, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA
6.074Quantifying wildfire emissions and associated aerosols species using assimilation of satellite carbon monoxide retrievalsDavid Edwards, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA
6.107Tracking pollutants from space: 10 years of IASI satellite observationCathy Clerbaux, LATMOS/IPSL, UPMC Univ. Paris 06, France
6.114Transport and transformation of trace species in a deep convective cloud – results of the ACRIDICON tracer experimentHans Schlager, DLR - Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
6.145Observations of atmospheric black carbon mass concentrations from East Asia to the open oceans: Constraining emission strengths and wet deposition ratesYugo Kanaya, Japan Agency for Marine–Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
6.172Global synthesis of multi-year cloud condensation nuclei observationsJulia Schmale, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland
6.176Intra-seasonal variability in wintertime aerosols at middle Indo Gangetic PlainManish Kumar (Early Career Scientist), Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221005, India
6.197Estimation of global methane fluxes using satellites, moving from GOSAT to TROPOMISander Houweling, SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, Earth Division, Utrecht, The Netherlands


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