For questions about GML seminars, contact Julie Singewald, Phone: (303) 497-6074

Visitor Information: The Visitors Center and entrance to the Boulder Department of Commerce facilities are located on Broadway at Rayleigh Road. All visiting seminar attendees, including pedestrians and bike riders, are required to check in at the Visitors Center at the Security Checkpoint to receive a visitor badge. Seminar attendees need to present a valid photo ID and mention the seminar title or the speaker's name to obtain a visitor badge. If security personnel asks for a point of contact please list Julie Singewald (x6074).

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Upcoming Seminars

Title:

Local and Regional Sources of Pollution and their Impacts

Speaker: Multiple
Part of the eGMAC virtual annual conference. Go to https://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/gmac for more information.
Date/Time: Friday, July 10, 2020
Location: Online Webinar
Abstract
Air quality and climate mitigation efforts require reliable and up to date estimates of emissions from different sources. Regulatory emission inventories have often been limited in scope in terms of gases, sources, spatio-temporal scales and have often relied on limited or outdated information. As a result, local and regional emission estimates for anthropogenic and biomass burning sources are often quite uncertain and can be significantly biased. Observations from intensive ground or airborne campaigns, in-situ measurement networks and remote sensing provide objective constraints to quantify and attribute air pollution levels and emissions. Presentations will showcase applications of advanced observing and modeling tools to characterize local and regional sources of a variety of pollutants, including greenhouse gases, criteria pollutants and air toxics at the local and regional scales.

Title:

Observing the Stratosphere in an Era of Rapid Change 1

Speaker: Multiple
Part of the eGMAC virtual annual conference. Go to https://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/gmac for more information.
Date/Time: Friday, July 17, 2020
Location: Online Webinar
Abstract
GML maintains long-term UTLS and stratospheric records of water vapor, ozone, and ozone depleting substances, and since 2012, regular records of greenhouse and other trace gases using the AirCore. This session will be focused on all aspects of long-term UTLS and stratospheric observations and change on all timescales, as related to the anthropogenic drivers and associated climate feedbacks in both hemispheres. Attribution of observed and modeled long-term change will be discussed in this session as well as the need for strong and reliable observational constraints. We also emphasize the importance of maintaining long-term atmospheric composition observations in the UTLS and stratosphere with current and future ground-based and spaceborne platforms.

Title:

Observing the Stratosphere in an Era of Rapid Change 2

Speaker: Multiple
Part of the eGMAC virtual annual conference. Go to https://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/gmac for more information.
Date/Time: Monday, July 20, 2020
Location: Online Webinar
Abstract
GML maintains long-term UTLS and stratospheric records of water vapor, ozone, and ozone depleting substances, and since 2012, regular records of greenhouse and other trace gases using the AirCore. This session will be focused on all aspects of long-term UTLS and stratospheric observations and change on all timescales, as related to the anthropogenic drivers and associated climate feedbacks in both hemispheres. Attribution of observed and modeled long-term change will be discussed in this session as well as the need for strong and reliable observational constraints. We also emphasize the importance of maintaining long-term atmospheric composition observations in the UTLS and stratosphere with current and future ground-based and spaceborne platforms.

Title:

Advances in Measurement Methods

Speaker: Multiple
Part of the eGMAC virtual annual conference. Go to https://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/gmac for more information.
Date/Time: Friday, July 31, 2020
Location: Online Webinar
Abstract
New techniques and technologies for monitoring the atmosphere: This session will focus on new or improved analytical methods for atmospheric data collection and could include topics such as new technologies, expanding capabilities, sampling techniques, citizen science, logistical challenges of measurement, and novel use of existing data.

Title:

COVID-19 Related Emissions and Regional Impacts

Speaker: Multiple
Part of the eGMAC virtual annual conference. Go to https://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/gmac for more information.
Date/Time: Friday, August 7, 2020
Location: Online Webinar
Abstract
Talks in the session will take an initial look at the analysis of 2020 emissions and atmospheric changes and impacts related to COVID-19.

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