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First Author Title Type Session
Gabriela Adler

Design of a Novel Aircraft Open-path Cavity Ringdown Spectrometer

Poster P-58
Steven Albers

The use of observations, ray-tracing, and data assimilation in assessing the state of aerosols

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 18
09:00-09:15
Caroline Alden

Amazonian atmospheric CO2 data suggest missing moisture sensitivity in carbon-climate models

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 17
15:00-15:15
Caroline Alden

Toward continuous monitoring of climate pollutant emissions at site- to regional- scales

Poster P-13
Wayne M. Angevine

Methane emissions from the Denver-Julesburg Basin of Colorado estimated by Bayesian inversion with five datasets

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 18
15:15-15:30
Bella Ansell

Reconstructing urban fossil fuel CO2 emissions utilising the radiocarbon composition of tree rings from the Wellington Region, New Zealand

Poster P-14
John Augustine

A method to correct longwave radiation measurements corrupted by a bad thermistor

Poster P-52
David F. Baker

Using in situ CO2 measurements to help understand GOSAT and OCO-2 column CO2 retrievals

Poster P-11
Zachary Barkley

Methane Emissions from Natural Gas Production in Pennsylvania: Aircraft Model Comparison

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 18
16:00-16:15
John E. Barnes

Boundary Layer Observations at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii

Poster P-59
Jonathan Bent

Evidence that Palmer Station Antarctica seasonal O2 and CO2 cycles understate regional marine boundary layer means

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 17
11:30-11:45
François Bernard

Infrared Spectra and Radiative Efficiencies of Atmospherically Persistent Perfluoroamines: N(CxF2x+1)3, x = 2-5

Poster P-46
Will Beuttell

Pioneering detector technology and architecture used in a next generation pyranometer yielding negligible thermal offsets and sub-second response.

Poster P-50
Steve Brooks

Gaseous Elemental Mercury measurements at GMD Barrow and the 2015 Arctic GEOTRACES cruise to the North Pole

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 18
08:45-09:00
Lori Bruhwiler

Have We Detected Large Increases in US Emissions of CH4 from Oil and Gas Production?

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 18
15:30-15:45
Brendan Byrne

Sensitivity of CO2 flux inversions to the temporal and spatial distribution of observations.

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 17
11:00-11:15
Randall Chiu

Separating methane emissions from biogenic sources and natural gas by vertical column enhancements of ammonia, ethane, and methane in the Colorado Front Range

Poster P-1
Dominique Colegrove

Comparison of Methane (CH4) Monitoring Methods at GEOSummit

Poster P-20
Stephen Conley

Methane emissions from the 2015 Aliso Canyon blowout in Los Angeles, CA

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 18
15:00-15:15
Stephen Conley

Aircraft-based Quantification of Individual Oil and Gas Facilities' Methane Emissions

Poster P-3
Jessie Creamean

A comprehensive climatology of Arctic aerosol properties on the North Slope of Alaska

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 18
08:30-08:45
David Crisp

Space Based Observations of CO2 with the NASA Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2)

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 17
10:45-11:00
Heather Q. Cronk

A Multi-Sensor Approach to Cloud and Aerosol Detection in Support of OCO-2 XCO2 Retrieval Validation

Poster P-12
Molly J. Crotwell

Ensuring High-Quality Data from NOAA’s Cooperative Global Air Sampling Network

Poster P-19
Yuyan Cui

Top-down estimate of methane emissions in California using the aircraft measurements during the CalNex 2010 field campaign

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 17
14:15-14:30
Kenneth Davis

Atmospheric Carbon and Transport – America:  A NASA Earth Venture mission dedicated to improving the accuracy, precision and resolution of atmospheric inverse estimates of CO2 and CH4 sources and sinks

Poster P-10
Sean Davis

Do stratospheric ozone measurements show large tropical width changes?

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 18
13:30-13:45
Patrick Disterhoft

The NOAA-Global Monitoring Division’s  UV monitoring networks: update on Antarctica and NEUBrew

Poster P-48
Ed Dlugokencky

A comprehensive approach to understanding renewed increase in atmospheric CH4

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 17
13:00-13:15
Jeremy Dobler

A Different View of Atmospheric Carbon Monitoring

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 17
15:15-15:30
Feng Dong

An Ultra-stable and High-Precision N2O/CO Analyzer for Continuous Ambient Monitoring

Poster P-24
Gert-Jan Duine

Influence of subgrid terrain variability on simulated planetary boundary layer depths in large-scale transport models

Poster P-15
James W. Elkins

Using box models to quantify zonal distributions and surface emissions of halocarbons in the background atmosphere.

Poster P-43
Emma Leedham Elvidge

Introducing the EXC3ITE project: EXploring stratospheric Composition, Chemistry and Circulation with Innovative TEchniques

Poster P-34
Christopher D. Elvidge

Results from a survey of global natural gas flaring from Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite data

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 18
15:45-16:00
Stephanie Evan

Results from balloon launches at the Maïdo Observatory in Réunion Island  (21oS, 55oE)

Poster P-39
Robert D. Evans

Centuries of Data: the US Dobson Station network reevaluated

Poster P-31
Audrey Gaudel

Long-term trends of tropospheric ozone over North America and Southeast Asia

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 18
14:15-14:30
Andrey A. Grachev

Seasonal and Latitudinal Variations of Surface Fluxes and Meteorological Variables at Arctic Terrestrial Sites

Poster P-62
Iain Green

A Novel Cavity Ring-Down Spectrometer for Methane Fingerprinting: Isotopic Methane and Ethane-to-Methane Ratio Analysis

Poster P-26
Iain Green

Atmospheric Measurements of Methane, Isotopic Methane, and Ethane Using a Cavity Ring-Down Spectrometer

Poster P-25
Brad Hall

A re-examination of the WMO X2007 CO2 calibration scale

Poster P-18
Jasper Hardesty

ARM North Slope of Alaska Research Facilities

Poster P-64
Detlev Helmig

A Reversal of Long-Term Global Trends in Atmospheric Ethane and Propane from North American Oil and Natural Gas Emissions

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 18
16:15-16:30
Timothy W. Hilton

Gross uptake of carbon in the U.S. is largest in the Midwest region

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 17
16:00-16:15
Eric Hintsa

Ozone and other trace gases in the Tropical Tropopause Layer (TTL) over the Pacific Ocean

Poster P-40
Lei Hu

Variabilities of Atmospheric Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) Over the United States and Their Implied Emissions for the Years of 2008 – 2014

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 18
10:45-11:00
Cheng-Chien Huang

Evaluation of environmental and logistic conditions at Yushan station (3858 m) in Taiwan for an outdoor radiation calibration facility

Poster P-47
Dale F. Hurst

Recent Divergences Between Stratospheric Water Vapor Measurements by Aura MLS and Frost Point Hygrometers

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 18
13:15-13:30
Liza Diaz Isaac

Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis of Physical Parameterization and Initial Conditions on Meteorological Variables and CO2 Mole Fractions

Poster P-16
Andrew R. Jacobson

The Carbon Cycle Response to the 2015 El Niño

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 17
10:30-10:45
Daniel Jaffe

Adventures with Carbon Dioxide CO2 at the Mt. Bachelor Observatory

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 17
11:45-12:00
Bryan Johnson

Balloon-borne ozonesonde profile measurements at South Pole Station, Antarctica  during the 2015 ozone hole

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 18
14:00-14:15
Aleya Kaushik

Investigating below-cloud rain evaporation and boundary layer moisture recycling by coupling stable water isotopes in vapor and precipitation to raindrop size distributions at the Boulder Atmospheric Observatory site

Poster P-41
Richard A. Keen

The Calbuco Chronicle: Volcanic Aerosols in the post-Pinatubo Stratosphere

Poster P-60
Jinwoong Kim

Assimilation of GOSAT XCO2 retrievals in CarbonTracker

Poster P-17
Dimitri Klebe

The Pikes Peak Observatory

Poster P-65
Andrew Kumler

A Comparison of Inlet Setups at Storm Peak Laboratory

Poster P-57
Xin Lan

Gradients of Column CO2 across North America from Aircraft and High Tower Measurements in the NOAA/ESRL Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 17
15:45-16:00
Johannes Laube

Tropospheric observations of CFC-114 and CFC-114a

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 18
11:00-11:15
Thomas Lauvaux

Meteorological and greenhouse gas measurements for the characterization of errors in mesoscale carbon inversions

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 17
16:15-16:30
Mark Leonard

First look at the NOAA Aircraft-based Tropospheric Ozone Climatology in Colorado

Poster P-36
Miao Liang

Characteristics of atmospheric CO2 and CH4 at the Shangdianzi regional background station in China

Poster P-21
Kun-Wei Lin

Intercomparison of total ozone column observed by Pandora and Brewer spectrophotometers at Taipei

Poster P-35
Z. M. Loh

Speculation on the origin of sub-baseline excursions of CH4 at Cape Grim

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 17
13:15-13:30
Charles N. Long

Analysis of the diurnal cycle of cloud effects on the surface radiation budget of the SURFRAD network

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 18
09:15-09:30
Milos Markovic

A Compact Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy Analyzer for in situ measurements of Carbon Dioxide, Methane, and Water Vapor

Poster P-22
Audra McClure-Begley

Geographical and Temporal Differences in NOAA Observed Surface Ozone in the Arctic

Poster P-42
Glen McConville

Long Lived Stratospheric Ozone Depletion Over The South Pole During Spring 2015 

Poster P-32
Kathryn McKain

Adaptation of a Commercial Greenhouse Gas Analyzer for Expanded Altitude Range

Poster P-27
Ingrid Mielke-Maday

Characterization of a Quantum Cascade Tunable Infrared Laser Differential Absorption Spectrometer (QC-TILDAS) for atmospheric ethane and methane field measurements

Poster P-28
Natasha Miles

Tower-Based Measurements of CH4 Dry Mole Fraction and Istopic Ratio (13CH4/12CH4) in the Northeastern Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale Gas Region

Poster P-2
Nathaniel Miller

Annual evolution of surface energy flux at Summit, Greenland

Poster P-51
Benjamin R. Miller

GMD’s GC/MS Analytical System for Preconcentration of Environmentally Relevant Species (PERSEUS).

Poster P-45
Logan Mitchell

Spatiotemporal Patterns of Urban Trace Gases and Pollutants Observed with a Light Rail Vehicle Platform in Salt Lake City, UT

Poster P-8
Koji Miyagawa

Uncertainties in Total Ozone Retrievals from Dobson Zenith Sky Observations

Poster P-30
Steve Montzka

On the uneven decline of atmospheric CFC-11:  Bumps in the road to ozone recovery or variations in atmospheric transport and/or loss?

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 18
10:15-10:30
Phil Morris

Global Warming Is Real-Highlights of the Data

Poster P-29
Mau NGUYEN-Dang

Definition of summer monsoon index for Vietnam region

Poster P-63
Robert R. Nelson

Total Column Water Vapor from OCO-2

Poster P-33
Cynthia Nevison

Nitrous oxide emissions estimated with the Carbon Tracker Lagrange North American regional inversion framework

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 18
11:45-12:00
Sally Newman

Diurnal and Seasonal Variations in the Sources of Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions Over Two Years in the Los Angeles Megacity from Atmospheric Measurements

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 17
16:30-16:45
Michael O'Neill

Wind Sensor Comparison – Lufft Ventus-UMB vs. RM Young 5103, Summit Station Greenland – July 2015 to April 2016

Poster P-66
Walter Oechel

Cold season emissions dominate the Arctic tundra methane budget on the North Slope of Alaska

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 17
13:30-13:45
Jeff Peischl

A quantification of methane emissions from oil and natural gas extraction regions in the U.S. and a comparison to previous studies

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 18
16:30-16:45
Gabrielle Petron

Methane and Nonmethane Hydrocarbons in the Denver-Julesburg Basin of Colorado: from sources signatures to regional impacts

Poster P-5
Irina Petropavlovskikh

Origins of filaments in Boulder ozonesonde data

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 18
13:45-14:00
D. F. Plusquellic

Integrated Path Differential Absorption (IPDA) LIDAR Measurement of CO2, CH4, and H2O

Poster P-23
Saroja Polavarapu

The impact of meteorological analysis uncertainties on the spatial scales resolvable in Carbon Dioxide (CO2) model simulations

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 17
11:15-11:30
D.Kameswara Rao

Studies of carbon isotopic ratios (δ13C) of methane in atmospheric air samples from different locations in India

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 17
14:00-14:15
Eric Ray

Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) Lifetime Adjustment Based on Measured Loss in the Stratospheric Polar Vortex 

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 18
10:30-10:45
Laure Resplandy

Global reconciliation of land, ocean, and river carbon fluxes

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 17
10:15-10:30
Scott Richardson

CO2, CO, and CH4 surface in situ measurement network in support of the Indianapolis FLUX (INFLUX) Experiment

Poster P-6
Karen H. Rosenlof

SPARC Water Vapour Assessment II

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 18
13:00-13:15
Elisa T. Sena

A long-term study of aerosol–cloud interactions and their radiative effect at a mid latitude continental site using ground-based measurements

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 18
09:30-09:45
Sangeeta Sharma

Source influences on the aerosol size distribution and CCN activity at the Resolute Bay ground site in Canada

Poster P-56
James Patrick Sherman

Relationships amongst lower tropospheric and column-averaged aerosol properties and composition measured at the  co-located  Appalachian State University NOAA and NASA monitoring sites-What do they tell us about background southeastern US aerosols?

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 18
08:15-08:30
Owen A. Sherwood

Global Inventory of Natural Gas Molecular and Isotopic Compositions

Poster P-4
Rahul Shrivastava

Normalized Distribution Function: A Statistical Analysis of Surface Temperature for the Investigations for Seismic Precursor during the Large Ferndale, California Earthquake (M=6.8)

Poster P-67
Diane Stanitski

Environmental Change in Barrow, Alaska resulting from a 2015 Record Heat Wave

Poster P-61
Chance W. Sterling

Analysis, Determination and Reprocessing Methods Used for Homogenization of the NOAA Long-term ECC Ozonesonde Time Series

Poster P-37
William T Sturges

Histories of Halogenated Strong Greenhouse Gases from Ice Cores, Deep Firn and Air Archive Records

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 18
11:15-11:30
Colm Sweeney

No Significant Increase in Long-term CH4 Emissions on North Slope of Alaska Despite Significant Increase in Air Temperature

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 17
13:45-14:00
Pieter P. Tans

Multiple Immediate Benefits of Emissions Mitigation

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 17
09:30-09:45
Hagen Telg

Synthesis of aerosol physical, chemical and radiative properties from various sources: consistency and closure

Poster P-49
Jocelyn Turnbull

High-accuracy, high-precision, high-resolution, source-specific monitoring of urban greenhouse gas emissions? Results to date from INFLUX

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 17
15:30-15:45
Sunita Verma

Multi-year Measurements of Aerosols at Jaipur, a site in Northwestern India

Poster P-54
Isaac Vimont

Stable Isotopic Analysis of Carbon Monoxide During Two Summers at Indianapolis, Indiana

Poster P-7
Rainer Volkamer

Sources and abundance of inorganic bromine and iodine in the tropical transition layer: constraints from recent DOAS aircraft observations of BrO and IO

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 18
11:30-11:45
Andreas Volz-Thomas

In-service Aircraft for Global Monitoring: Status and Perspectives

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 17
09:00-09:15
Sheng-Hsiang Wang

Aerosol Climatology at Mt. Lulin (2,862m): AERONET and In-situ Measurements

Poster P-53
Wei Wang

Halogenated Trace Gases and Volatile Organic Compounds at the Global Atmospheric Watch Observatory Schneefernerhaus/Zugspitze, Germany

Poster P-44
Jacquelyn Witte

The first reprocessing of SHADOZ (Southern Hemisphere ADditional OZonesondes) data records

Poster P-38
Xinxin Ye

Imprin​t of Urban CO2 Emissions Detected by OCO-2 Observations of Total Column CO2

Poster P-9
Sirirat Yensong

Mitigation of Particulate Matter Problem Caused by Vegetation Fires in Thailand

Poster P-55
Christoph Zellweger

Traceability of Measurements within the Global Atmosphere Watch Programme: Results from the World Calibration Centre WCC-Empa

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 17
09:15-09:30