SAS Data Workshop

 

Monday, March 31, 2014
8:00 - 8:30 Coffee and breakfast snacks, CG1 Lobby
  8:30 - 10:30: Oral session 1: Platform Overviews CG1 Auditorium
8:30 - 8:50 Joost de Gouw, NOAA & CIRES, Welcome and Selected Results from the NOAA SENEX Study
8:50 - 9:10 Dan Jaffe, Univ. Washington Bothell, Overview of NOMADSS
9:10 - 9:30 Annmarie Carlton, Rutgers Univ., Overview of the Southern Oxidants and Aerosol Study (SOAS)
9:30 - 9:50 Alex Guenther, PNNL, Overview of SAS land ecosystem-atmosphere flux measurements
9:50 - 10:10 Jason Surratt, UNC Chapel Hill, Overview of Look Rock Mountain, TN, Ground Site During SOAS 2013 Campaign
10:10 - 10:30 Paul Wennberg, Caltech, An overview of the SOAS chamber study: Focused Isoprene eXperiment @ California Institute of Technology FIXCIT.
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break, CG1 Lobby
  11:00 - 12:30: Oral session 2: Oxidants CG1 Auditorium
11:00 - 11:18 Bill Brune, Penn State University, Hot Air in the Forest Primeval
11:18 - 11:36 Saewung Kim, UC Irvine, What CIMS can do in constraining oxidation capacity?
11:36 - 11:54 Lee Mauldin, CU Boulder, Airborne Observations of Oxidation During NOMADSS
11:54 - 12:12 Xianliang Zhou, SUNY Albany, Tropospheric HONO Distribution and Chemistry
12:12 - 12:30 Andy Neuman, NOAA & CIRES, HONO Sources to the troposphere during SENEX
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch.
  13:30 - 15:00: Oral session 3: Emissions CG1 Auditorium
13:30 - 13:48 Tran Nguyen, Caltech, Fluxes of biogenic oxidized VOCs
13:48 - 14:06 Shanhu Lee, Kent State Univ., Sulfuric Acid, Ammonia, Amines and New Particle Formation in the Alabama Forest
14:06 - 14:24 Patrick Veres, NOAA & CIRES, APAN Formation in Biomass Burning Plumes During SENEX
14:24 - 14:42 Jeff Peischl, NOAA & CIRES, Methane emissions from natural gas extraction from the Haynesville, Fayetteville, and northeastern Marcellus shale regions
14:42 - 15:00 Jessica Gilman, NOAA & CIRES, Characterizing emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from oil and natural gas operations in several U.S. shale plays
15:00 - 15:30 Afternoon coffee, CG1 Lobby
  15:30 - 17:00: Oral session 4: Ozone chemistry + Mercury CG1 Auditorium
15:30 - 15:48 Ron Cohen, UC Berkeley, The changing NOy budget of the Southeast US
15:48 - 16:06 Charles Blanchard, Envair, Historical context of the SOAS 2013 Centreville field study: impacts of emissions on PM2.5 EC and OC in the SEARCH Network, 1999-2013
16:06 - 16:24 Jesse Ambrose, Univ. Washington Bothell, Quantifying Mercury Emissions from Large Point Sources in the Southeastern U.S. during NOMADSS
16:24 - 16:42 Lynne Gratz, Univ. Washington Bothell, Observations of enhanced reactive Hg in the free troposphere and Hg emissions from urban areas
16:42 - 17:00 Viral Shah, Univ. Washington, Investigating the chemistry of reactive mercury using the GEOSChem model
17:00 - 19:00 Poster session 1 and Reception

 

Tuesday, April 1, 2014
8:00 - 8:30 Coffee and breakfast snacks CG1 Lobby
  8:30 - 10:30: Oral session 5: GasPhase/Aerosol Chemistry CG1 Auditorium
8:30 - 8:50 Karsten Baumann, ARA, Air Quality at Centreville, AL in June-July: A Historical Perspective for SOAS at CTR
8:50 - 9:10 Pawel Misztal, UC Berkeley, Gas phase photooxidation chemistry of isoprene in the SE US: field and chamber analysis (SRI-ToF-MS)
9:10 - 9:30 Alexander Teng, Caltech, Understanding the budget of alkyl nitrates at SOAS: SOASFIX chamber and field observations
9:30 - 9:50 Jordan Kretchmer, CU Boulder, The detection and identification of extremely low-volatilty organic species during SOAS and FIXCITCIT using an NO3--CIMS
9:50 - 10:10 Stephanie Shaw, EPRI, (Some!) Outstanding Questions in Organic Aerosols
10:10 - 10:30 John Offenberg, EPA, SOA tracers and 14C in Centreville
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break, CG1 Lobby
  11:00 - 12:30: Oral session 6: Organic Aerosol CG1 Auditorium
11:00 - 11:18 Ann Middlebrook, NOAA, Aerosol Chemical Composition and Formation Processes from SENEX
11:18 - 11:36 Lu Xu, Georgia Tech, Chemical Characterization of Organic Aerosol during SOAS Using High Resolution Aerosol Mass Spectrometer
11:36 - 11:54 Frank Keutsch, UW Madison, Chemistry of ISOPOOH
11:54 - 12:12 Sri Hapsari Budisulistiorini, UNC Chapel Hill, Real-time Characterization of Isoprene-Derived Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation at the Look Rock Site, Tennessee during 2013 Southern Oxidant and Aerosol Study (SOAS)
12:12 - 12:30 Elizabeth A. Stone, Univ. Iowa, Advances in the quantitation of atmospheric organosulfates
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch, CG1 Lobby
  13:30 - 15:30: Oral session 7: Nighttime Chemistry CG1 Auditorium
13:30 - 13:50 Raul Martinez, Washington Univ. St. Louis, Characterization of Organic Aerosol Measured at the Centerville Ground Site by the Volatility and Polarity Separator (VAPS) during SOAS
13:50 - 14:10 Steve Brown, NOAA, Budgets and Modeling of Nighttime Biogenic Hydrocarbon Oxidation from P-3 Night Flights During SENEX
14:10 - 14:30 Ben Lee, Univ. Washington, Insights into NO3-driven alkyl nitrate formation from SENEX and SOAS
14:30 - 14:50 Jingqiu Mao, NOAA GFDL, Organic nitrates and ozone during SENEX
14:50 - 15:10 Fulizi Xiong, Purdue Univ., Observation of Isoprene Nitrates during SOAS and Implications for Nighttime Chemistry
15:10 - 15:30 Julie Fry, Reed College, NOy fate in the southeastern U.S.: NO3-initiated organonitrate production vs. dust uptake of HNO3
15:30 - 16:00 Afternoon coffee, CG1 Lobby
16:00 - 18:00 Poster session 2, CG1 Auditorium
19:00 - Social hour, FATE Brewing Company, 1600 38th Street, Boulder, Colorado

 

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
8:00 - 8:30 Coffee and breakfast snacks, CG1 Lobby
  8:30 - 10:30: Oral session 8: Various + Aerosol Properties CG1 Auditorium
8:30 - 8:50 Wayne Angevine, NOAA & CIRES, Transport and meteorological modeling products and services for SAS
8:50 - 9:10 Charles Brock, NOAA, Aerosol Particles in power plant plumes measured at night
9:10 - 9:30 Milos Markovic, NOAA & CIRES, Aging of black carbon (BC) in power plant plumes during SENEX
9:30 - 9:50 Alexis Attwood, NOAA & CIRES, Changes in visibility and local radiative forcing in the Southeast U.S. linked to decreased aerosol sulfate mass
9:50 - 10:10 Andrey Khlystov, DRI, Semi-volatile Aerosol and Its Effect on Aerosol Optical Properties during SOAS
10:10 - 10:30 Rebecca Washenfelder, NOAA & CIRES, Aerosol Extinction in the Ultraviolet Spectral Region During SOAS
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break, CG1 Lobby
11:00 - 12:00 SAS Data Meeting Wrap-Up: future plans, CG1 Auditorium
12:00 Adjourn

 

Poster Session 1
1. James Hunter, MIT, Volatility resolved organic loading and oxidation state during BEACHONRoMBAS
2. Carsten Warneke, NOAA & CIRES, Measurements of Biogenic and Anthropogenic Ozone and Aerosol Precursors during the SENEX
3. Christopher Boyd, Georgia Institute of Technology, SOA formation from nitrate radical oxidation of bpinene: Effect of humidity, light, and dilution
4. Mike Lawler, NCAR/Univ. of Eastern Finland, Nanoparticle Composition by TDCIMS at SEARCH site
5. V. Faye McNeill, Columbia University, Modeling Aqueous SOA formation in the SE USA using GAMMA and simpleGAMMA
6. Aki Pajunoja, University of Eastern Finland, The physical phase and phase changes of SOA particles
7. Barbara Turpin, Rutgers University, Aqueous oxidation of ambient water soluble organics
8. Gabriel Isaacman, UC Berkeley, Hourly organic tracers using SVTAG provide constrains for aerosol formation chemistry
9. Kate Skog, UWMadison, SOA Formation from Aqueous Processing of BVOCs in the southeastern United States during SOAS
10. Patrick Brophy, Colorado State University, HRToFCIMS measurements during the SOAS field study and FIX chamber study
11. Samantha Thompson, University of Colorado/CIRES, Gas/Particle partitioning of oxygenated organics
12. Weiwei Hu, CIRES, University of Colorado, Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation and Aging in a Flow Reactor in the Forested southeast US
13. Xinxin Li, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Molecular Characterization of SOA in PM2.5 Collected at the Look Rock Site during SOAS
14. Abby Koss, NOAA & CIRES, VOC measurements at Centreville, AL site during SOAS
15. Shaojie Song, MIT, GEOSChem model simulation for NOMADSS Hg measurements in the boundary layer
16. Barry Baker, NOAA ARL, Comparisons with the NOAA P3 and CAMx Simulation
17. Bin Yuan, NOAA & CIRES, High time resolution measurements of VOCs using PTRMS over oil and gas production region during NOMADSS
18. Eric Apel, NCAR ACD, Airborne Observations of VOCs during NOMADSS
19. Brian Lerner, NOAA & CIRES, A new analysis system for whole air sampling: description and early results
20. Hongyu Guo, Georgia Tech, Predicting particle pH in the southeast by ISORROPIA: Results from SOAS and beyond
21. Luping Su, Stony Brook Univ., On resolving the fate of reactive volatile organic compounds in the planetary boundary layer
22. Matthew Alvarado, Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), Ammonia Measurements by the Aura TES and the NPP Suomi CrIS Satellite Instruments
23. Pius Lee, ARL/NOAA, PBL and surface characteristics: Tower and IMPROVE site measurements during the Southeast Atmosphere Study 2013
24. Felipe LopezHilfiker, University of Washington, The contribution of low volatility organics to total aerosol mass: Isoprene and monoterpene tracers
25. Harald Stark, CU Boulder / Aerodyne, Chemical Composition of GasPhase Oxidation Products from Biogenic sources in the southeast US during SOAS
26. Kevin McAvey, Purdue Univ., Terpene measurements and chemistry
27. John Ortega, NCAR ACD, Summary of aerosol measurements taken from the NSF C130 during NOMADSS 2013
28. Anwar Khan, Utrecht University, Semivolatile gas phase Organic Compounds and Organic aerosol species measurements at Centreville, AL during SOAS
29. Ashley Corrigan, UC San Diego, Characterization of Regional Biogenic Secondary Organic Aerosol at Look Rock, Tennessee and Brent, Alabama during the 2013 Southern Oxidant and Aerosol Study (SOAS)
30. Claudia Mohr, University of Washington, Highly time resolved gas and particle phase measurements at Centerville with the FIGAEROHRTOFCIMS

 

Poster Session 2
1. Eric Edgerton, ARA, Inc., First Look 14C Data During the Centreville, AL SOAS Campaign
2. George Hidy, Envair/Aerochem, Chemical Climatology in the Southeastern US: 1999-2012
3. Sam Hall, NCAR ACD, HARP photolysis frequencies during NOMADSS
4. Roger Tanner, TVA ERC Contractor, Trends in Concentrations of Atmospheric Gaseous and Particulate Species at the Look Rock, TN NCORE A
5. James Festa, UCLA, Observations of HONO, NO2, and HCHO Using Limb Scanning DOAS During the NOMADSS Campaign
6. Lisa Kaser, NCAR, Isoprene and Monoterpene Fluxes during NOMADSS
7. Teresa Campos, NCAR
8. Steve Williams, NCAR EOL, NCAR's Earth Observing Laboratory (EOL) Scientific Data Management
9. Paul Romer, UC Berkeley, NOx sources and sinks
10. Matthieu Riva, University of North Carolina, Chemical Characterization of Organosulfates and Acids Derived from BVOCs in PM2.5 Collected from Centerville During SOAS 2013
11. Monika Kopacz, NOAA/OAR/CPO, Overview of the NOAA Atmospheric Chemistry, Carbon Cycle & Climate (AC4) program
12. Trey Murschell, Colorado State Univ.
13. John B Nowak, Aerodyne Research Inc., Airborne Observations of Ammonia Emissions from North Carolina Swine Facilities
14. Jennifer Kaiser, University of Wisconsin Madison
15. Ilana Pollack, NOAA & CIRES, Longterm trends and weekday to weekend differences in ozone, its precursors, and other secondary pollutants in Atlanta, Georgia
16. KyungEun Min, NOAA & CIRES, Aircraft measurements of glyoxal and HONO during SENEX 2013
17. Philip Feiner, Penn State Univ., Ground Based OH and HO2 Measurements
18. Solomon T. Bairai, TVA, Historical Data as means of Evaluating SOAS 2013 Campaign at Look Rock, Tennessee Ncore Site
19. Chris Cantrell, University of Colorado, Peroxy Radicals Observed on the C130 during NOMADSS
20. Jin Liao, NOAA & CIRES, Single particle measured by a time of flight aerosol mass spectrometer coupled with a light scattering module onboard NOAA P3 aircraft during SENEX
21. Nick Wagner, NOAA & CIRES, Vertical Profiles of Extinction over the SEUS
22. Annmarie Carlton, Rutgers, Kappa Intercomparison at the Centreville Site During SOAS
23. Kate Cerully, Georgia Tech/TSI Inc., Investigating hygroscopicity, volatility, and oxidation state of ambient and watersoluble aerosol
24. Katy Zimmermann, UCSD, Size resolved measurements of CCN activity at a ground based site during SOAS 2013
25. Jack Lin, Georgia Tech, Cloud condensation nuclei measurements and calculated cloud droplet number during NOAA SENEX
26. John Mak, Stony Brook University, Vertical Profiles of OVOCs
27. Alexis Attwood, NOAA & CIRES, SMPS/CPC Intercomparison During SOAS
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Louisa Emmons, NCAR ACD, CAM-Chem with MEGAN for SAS, and Christoph Knote, NCAR ACD, FLEXPART Trajectories for SAS


Registration is now open for the Southeast Atmosphere Study Data Workshop (which includes NOMADSS) to be held at NCAR in Boulder, CO March 31 to April 2 (from Monday morning until Wednesday noon). 

Deadline for Registrations: March 14, 2014

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Workshop registration fee: $130 to cover the cost of refreshments (including lunch on Monday and Tuesday).

Page updated as of March 26, 2014

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List of Attendees

SAS Workshop (XLS)   UPDATE  March 17, 2014

 

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