Session 1 - Welcome, Keynote Address and Highlights
Welcome and Conference Overview
James H. Butler (NOAA Earyth System Research Laboratory)
The Contributions of the Scripps O2 Program to Tracking Global Carbon Fluxes
Ralph Keeling (Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
The Earth Is Round:  Some Elements of a Sustainable Society
Pieter Tans (NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory)
Continued Permafrost Warming on the Arctic Slope of Alaska, 2014 Update
Gary Clow (United States Geological Survey (USGS))
International Arctic Systems for Observing the Atmosphere (IASOA) – A Portal for Discovery, a Platform for Pan-Arctic Collaboration
Sandra Starkweather (Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), University of Colorado)
Session 2 - Carbon Cycle & Greenhouse Gases - Measurements
A New Reference Scale for Measurements of Carbon Monoxide in the Atmosphere
Paul C. Novelli (NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory)
Detection and Quantification of Urban Greenhouse Gas Emissions:  Ground-Based Results of the INdianapolis FLUX (INFLUX) Experiment
Natasha Miles (The Pennsylvania State University)
Partitioning of Urban Fossil Fuel CO2 Emissions by Source Sector:  Results from the INdianapolis FLUx EXperiment (INFLUX) Project
Jocelyn Turnbull (GNS Science, New Zealand, and Cooperative Institute for Reseach in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado)
Amazon Basin-Wide Fluxes of CO2 and CH4 from Aircraft Vertical Profiles
John B. Miller (Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), University of Colorado)
Seasonality and Trends of Atmospheric Transport Events to Summit, Greenland Derived from Long-Term Non-Methane Hydrocarbon Observations
Chelsea Thompson (Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR), University of Colorado)
Historic European Non-CO2 Atmospheric Greenhouse Gas Records:  Harmonization and Uncertainty Assessment
Samuel Hammer (University of Heidelberg, Institut für Umweltphysik)
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 (Independent Scholar)
Session 3 - Carbon Cycle & Greenhouse Gases - Satellites & Modeling
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 (Colorado State University, Department of Atmospheric Science)
Launch and Early Operations of the National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2
David Crisp (California Institute of Technology, Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Validation of Total Carbon Column Observing Network (TCCON) Observations of CO2/CH4/CO at Sodankylä Using AirCore
Huilin Chen (Centre for Isotope Research, University of Groningen)
Constraining Fossil Fuel CO2 Emissions with Joint Assimilation of Atmospheric CO2 and 14CO2 Measurements
Sourish Basu (NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory)
CarbonTracker-Lagrange:  A New Tool for Regional- to Continental-Scale Flux Estimation
Arlyn E. Andrews (NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory)
Estimation of the Permafrost Carbon Feedback Using The SiBCASA Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Model
Elchin Jafarov (National Snow and Ice Data Center)
Evaluating Models of Wetland CH4 Emissions:  How Believable Are Simulations of Future Emissions?
Lori Bruhwiler (NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory)
Session 4 - Aerosols
Comparison of Aerosol Absorption Optical Depth from Remote-Sensing and In Situ Measurements
John A. Ogren (NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory)
Constraining Global Models of Black Carbon (BC) Aerosol with Pole-to-Pole Observations
Joshua Schwarz (NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory)
Can We Characterize Aerosol Type Using Aerosol Optical Properties?
Lauren Schmeisser (NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory)
A Small, Sensitive, Light-Weight, and Disposable Aerosol Spectrometer for Balloon and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Applications
Hagen Telg (Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), University of Colorado)
Biomass Burning at Cape Grim:  Using Modeling to Explore a Possible Urban Influence on Plume Photochemistry and Composition
Sarah J. Lawson (Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Marine and Atmospheric Research)
Aerosols at Mauna Loa Observatory (MLO) – Spring 2001, Versus Spring and Fall, 2011
Thomas A. Cahill (University of California at Davis)
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