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Modeling of atmospheric methane and ozone in the Uintah basin, UT:  The role of oil and gas emissions, chemistry and transport

Ravan Ahmadov Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 21
16:15-16:30

CarbonTracker-Lagrange:  A new tool for regional- to continental-scale flux estimation

Arlyn E. Andrews Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 20
14:00-14:15

Radiative forcing of a small-scale wildfire smoke plume at the surface, atmosphere, and Top of Atmosphere (TOA) from surface and satellite observations

John A. Augustine Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 21
11:30-11:45

Constraining fossil fuel CO2 emissions with joint assimilation of atmospheric CO2 and 14CO2 measurements

Sourish Basu Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 20
13:45-14:00

Real-time quantification and geo-spatial mapping of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and SemiVolatile Organic Compounds (SVOC) by tandem mass spectrometry

Ryan Bell Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 21
14:15-14:30

A half-century Record of State-by-State Changes in Fossil Fuel Carbon Emissions and Corresponding Isotope Ratios in the United States

T.J. Blasing Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 20
11:45-12:00

Halley – A recently established Global Atmospheric Watch (GAW) Global atmospheric research station in Antarctica - Preliminary results from greenhouse gas measurements

Neil Brough Poster P-1

Evaluating models of wetland CH4 emissions:  How believable are simulations of future emissions?

Lori Bruhwiler Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 20
14:30-14:45

What we learn from updates of NOAA’s Annual Greenhouse Gas Index (AGGI)

James H. Butler Poster P-18

Aerosols at Mauna Loa Observatory (MLO) – Spring 2001, versus spring and fall, 2011

Thomas A. Cahill Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 20
16:30-16:45

Validation of Total Carbon Column Observing Network (TCCON) observations of CO2/CH4/CO at Sodankylä using AirCore

Huilin Chen Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 20
13:30-13:45

Continued Permafrost Warming on the Arctic Slope of Alaska, 2014 Update

Gary Clow Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 20
09:30-09:45

Launch and Early Operations of the National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2

David Crisp Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 20
13:15-13:30

The Stratospheric Water and OzOne Satellite Homogenized (SWOOSH) data set

Sean Davis Poster P-43

Measurements and modeling of greenhouse gases and the planetary boundary layer (PBL) for the Boston metro area and the Northeastern Megalopolis

Philip DeCola Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 21
16:00-16:15

Improved Quality Assurance Procedures for the Antarctic and U.S. Ultraviolet Monitoring Program

Patrick Disterhoft Poster P-11

Brewer 131 calibration at 4-corners New Mexico Environment Department site: measurement and calibration issues

Patrick Disterhoft Poster P-10

Improvement and Additions to the Halocarbons & Other Atmospheric Trace Species Group (HATS) Combined Data Sets

Geoff Dutton Poster P-16

How much can we learn about nitrous oxide emissions from background sites and simple box models?

James W. Elkins Poster P-14

Development of a calibration for estimating flared gas volume for gas flaring from nighttime Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) data

Chris Elvidge Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 21
15:00-15:15

Source Distribution of Elevated Ozone in the Northern Colorado Front Range

Jason Evans Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 21
09:00-09:15

Initial Results of a Natural Gas Methane Emissions Survey in California's Southern San Joaquin Valley

Marc L. Fischer Poster P-33

Evidence of Causality between the Atmospheric Concentration Levels of Carbon Dioxide and Temperature

Kevin F. Forbes Poster P-29

Global Emissions InitiAtive's (GEIA) Vision for Improved Emissions Information

Gregory J. Frost Poster P-38

Observed Global and Regional Variation in Earth's Water Vapor:  Focus on the Weather-climate Interface

Thomas Vonder Haar Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 21
09:45-10:00

Historic European non-CO2 atmospheric greenhouse gas records:  harmonization and uncertainty assessment

Samuel Hammer Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 20
11:30-11:45

Past changes in the Vertical Distribution of Ozone:  The SI2N Activity and its outcome

Birgit Hassler Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 21
09:15-09:30

Recent results from the Airborne Tropical Tropopause EXperiment (ATTREX) over the western tropical Pacific

Eric Hintsa Poster P-13

Mapping sources of methane emissions over the Barnett Shale in Texas

Bill Hirst Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 21
15:45-16:00

Atmosphere-based “Top-down” emission estimates of 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134a) and Chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22) for the United States (U.S.) over multiple years

Lei Hu Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 21
13:15-13:30

Validation of Aura Microwave Limb Sounder stratospheric water vapor measurements by the NOAA frost point hygrometer

Dale Hurst Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 21
10:00-10:15

Quantification of Transport Errors in regional CO2 inversions using a physics-based ensemble of Weather Research & Forecast (WRF)-Chem simulations

Liza I. Diaz Isaac Poster P-25

Estimation of the permafrost carbon feedback using The SiBCASA terrestrial carbon cycle model

Elchin Jafarov Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 20
14:15-14:30

South Pole Ozonesonde Measurements during the 2013 Ozone Hole

Bryan Johnson Poster P-45

Methane Emissions Estimates from Oil and Natural Gas Production Using Atmospheric Measurements

Anna Karion Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 21
15:15-15:30

Experimental Studies of Carbon Monoxide Based on Measurements in the Antarctic (Novolazarevskaya Station)

Felix Kashin Poster P-2

Atmospheric Signatures of Changing Global Biogeochemistry

Ralph Keeling Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 20
08:45-09:15

Effect of Oil and Gas Development on Atmospheric Levels of Hydrocarbons and Tropospheric Ozone 

So-Yun Kim Poster P-34

An Overview of the 2013 Las Vegas Ozone Study (LVOS)

Andrew Langford Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 21
08:45-09:00

Update of the Mauna Loa Clear-sky Atmospheric Solar Transmission 1958 – 2013

Kathleen Lantz Poster P-9

Biomass burning at Cape Grim:  using modeling to explore a possible urban influence on plume photochemistry and composition

Sarah J. Lawson Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 20
16:15-16:30

Meteorological Controls on the Diurnal Variability of Carbon Monoxide at Pinnacles, an East Coast Mountaintop Site in the CarbonTracker Observational Network

Temple R. Lee Poster P-21

European emissions of Chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22) based on high frequency atmospheric measurements and a Bayesian inversion method

Michela Maione Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 21
13:30-13:45

Colorado Front Range Surface Ozone Characterization

Audra McClure-Begley Poster P-47

Evidence for the Long-term Stability of the Eppley Model PIR for Measurements of Broadband Infrared Measurements

Joseph Michalsky Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 21
11:00-11:15

As methane concentration goes up, stable isotopes of methane go down:  13C implicates a microbial source across latitudinal gradients

Sylvia Englund Michel Poster P-30

Detection and quantification of urban greenhouse gas emissions:  Ground-based results of the INdianapolis FLUX (INFLUX) Experiment

Natasha Miles Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 20
10:30-10:45

Amazon Basin-wide fluxes of CO2 and CH4 from aircraft vertical profiles

John B. Miller Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 20
11:00-11:15

Recent trends in global concentrations and emissions of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs)

Steve Montzka Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 21
13:00-13:15

Atmosphere-based estimates of non-CO2 greenhouse gas emissions for the U.S. derived from 14CO2

Steve Montzka Poster P-17

NOAA Global Monitoring Division SkyWisp

Fred L. Moore Poster P-12

A miniature upward-looking radiometer for balloon and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) use

Daniel Murphy Poster P-8

A new reference scale for measurements of carbon monoxide in the atmosphere

Paul C. Novelli Poster P-20

The ability of satellite-based CO2 measurements to constrain carbon cycle science:  From Greenhouse Gases (GHG) Observing SATellite (GOSAT) to Orbiting Carbon Obervatory (OCO-2)

Christopher O'Dell Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 20
13:00-13:15

Estimating fire emissions using Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) Nightfire data and the Fire INventory from NCAR (FINN)

Tom Oda Poster P-28

Towards a combined Infrared Atmospheric Sounding Instrument (IASI)/Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer (TES) record of ozone:  validation and first results

Hilke Oetjen Poster P-44

Comparison of aerosol absorption optical depth from Remote-sensing and In situ measurements

John A. Ogren Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 20
15:15-15:30

The Implications of Background O3 Affecting the Setting and Attainment of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for Surface O3

Samuel J. Oltmans Poster P-46

CO2, CH4, and stable isotopes at Lulin and Dongsha Island, Taiwan

Chang-Feng Ou-Yang Poster P-7

Top-down constraint on hydrocarbon emissions in the Denver-Julesburg oil and natural gas basin

Gabrielle Petron Poster P-32

The Pandora Spectrometer System:  O3 and multiple other species measured using a small, inexpensive package

Irina Petropavlovskikh Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 21
09:30-09:45

The Dr. Neil Trivett Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) Observatory at Alert, Nunavut:  Program Highlights from a Decade of Collaborative Atmospheric Research

Andrew Platt Poster P-3

A seven-year (2006-2013) record of NonMethane HydroCarbons (NMHC) in the subtropical marine boundary layer at the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory

Shalini Punjabi Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 21
14:00-14:15

Recent measurements from the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory (CVAO)

Katie Read Poster P-5

Results of second outdoor comparison between Absolute Cavity Pyrgeometer (ACP) and InfRared Integrating Sphere (IRIS) Radiometer at Physikalisch-Metorologisches Observatoruim Davos (PMOD)

Ibrahim Reda Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 21
11:15-11:30

Quantifying relative contribution of natural gas fugitive emissions to total methane emissions in CO, UT, and TX using mobile isotopic methane analysis based on Cavity RingDown Spectroscopy (CRDS)

Chris W. Rella Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 21
15:30-15:45

Improving CO2 air-sea fluxes by combining O2 and CO2 data

Laure Resplandy Poster P-27

Regional Carbon Cycle and Atmospheric Inversions in the Southeastern United States (U.S.) – Optimizing an Observational Network

Scott Richardson Poster P-23

Observational evidence for incomplete dehydration in the Tropical Tropopause Layer

Andrew Rollins Poster P-42

Bridging the work of field scientists and the needs of data re-users

Antonia Rosati Poster P-35

A Central Facility for Greenhouse Gas Analyses within the Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) Research Infrastructure

Daniel Rzesanke Poster P-22

The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Mobile Deployment Platform (MDP):  A flexible community resource for ecological research

Michael SanClements Poster P-37

Can we characterize aerosol type using aerosol optical properties?

Lauren Schmeisser Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 20
15:45-16:00

Bayesian optimization of the Net Ecosystem Exchange (NEE) in Oregon using a new CO2 observation tower network, transport modeling, and the Community Land Model

Andres Schmidt Poster P-24

Anatomy of Wintertime Photochemical Ozone Production:  Uintah Basin, UT, 2013

Russ C. Schnell Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 21
16:30-16:45

Comparing modeled column-average CO2 to Greenhouse Gases Observing SATellite (GOSAT) Atmospheric CO2 Observations from Space (ACOS) 3.4 XCO2 product

Andrew Schuh Poster P-26

Constraining Global models of black carbon (BC) aerosol with Pole-to-Pole observations

Joshua Schwarz Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 20
15:30-15:45

Black Carbon in the Arctic:  In the Arctic Report Card

Sangeeta Sharma Poster P-41

Comparison of NOAA near-surface temperatures and MODerate-resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) ice-Surface temperatures (IST) at Summit, Greenland

Christopher Shuman Poster P-4

International Arctic Systems for Observing the Atmosphere (IASOA) – A Portal for Discovery, a Platform for Pan-Arctic Collaboration

Sandra Starkweather Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 20
09:45-10:00

Global Measurement of Nitrous Oxide and its Stable Isotopes Using Cavity Ring-down Spectroscopy

Amy Steiker Poster P-15

Monitoring Aerosol Optical Depth during the Arctic Night:  Development of a Lunar Photometer for use at the NOAA Barrow Observatory

Robert Stone Poster P-39

The Earth is Round:  Some Elements of a Sustainable Society

Pieter Tans Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 20
09:15-09:30

The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON):  Overview and Strategies for Radiation Measurements across the Continent

Jeffrey Taylor Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 21
10:45-11:00

The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON):  Overview and Strategies for Managing Thousands of Simultaneous Measurements across the Continent

Jeffrey Taylor Poster P-36

A small, sensitive, light-weight, and disposable aerosol spectrometer for balloon and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle applications

Hagen Telg Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 20
16:00-16:15

Comparison of In Situ and Discrete Sample Methane Monitoring at Summit, Greenland

Reed M. Terrell Poster P-31

Seasonality and Trends of Atmospheric Transport Events to Summit, Greenland Derived from Long-term Non-methane Hydrocarbon Observations

Chelsea Thompson Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 20
11:15-11:30

Results of aerosol hygroscopicity during The Two-Column Aerosol Project (TCAP) campaign in the frame of the NOAA network

Gloria Titos Poster P-40

Partitioning of urban fossil fuel CO2 emissions by source sector:  Results from the INdianapolis FLUX (INFLUX) Experiment

Jocelyn Turnbull Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 20
10:45-11:00

Measurements of bromine oxide, iodine oxide and oxygenated hydrocarbons in the tropical free troposphere from research aircraft and mountaintops

Rainer Volkamer Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 21
13:45-14:00

Long-term measurements of solar radiation and aerosol optical depth at Mt. Lulin (2,862m) in East Asia

Sheng-Hsiang Wang Poster P-6

Environment Canada's Greenhouse Gases Measurement Program - Summary of progress to 2014

Doug Worthy Poster P-19

The Alpha Jet Atmospheric eXperiment (AJAX):  Three years of airborne ozone and greenhouse gas measurements over California and Nevada

Emma L. Yates Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 21
08:30-08:45