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First Author Title Type Session
Caroline Alden

Continuous, Regional Approach to Methane Source Detection and Sizing Using Dual Frequency Comb Laser Spectroscopy and Atmospheric Inversions

Poster P-45
Richard Alley

Keynote Address - Climate, melting ice, and rising seas: Observing and understanding to reduce risks

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 23
08:30-09:00
Nguyen Thi Lan Anh

Variability in the Onset of Summer Monsoon over Vietnam

Poster P-39
Mikhail Arshinov

Ground-based and aircraft observations of greenhouse gases, aerosols, and other trace species carried out in Siberia, Russia

Poster P-34
Emmaline Atherton

Methane source attribution in the DJ Basin using mobile surveys and computational analytics

Poster P-13
John Augustine

Surface-measured trends of aerosol optical depth as an indicator of stratospheric aerosol trends

Oral Session 8
Tuesday, May 23
14:00-14:15
Bianca Baier

NOAA flask measurements of greenhouse and trace gases during the ACT-America campaign

Poster P-6
David F. Baker

Recent CO2 flux inversion results using OCO-2 column CO2 retrievals

Oral Session 4
Wednesday, May 24
15:00-15:15
Nikolay Balashov

Temporal Variability in Methane at Indianapolis with Implications for the Urban Methane Flux Estimates

Poster P-14
Nikolay Balashov

Can We Detect the Conversion of the Harding Street Power Plant in Indianapolis from Coal to Natural Gas Using Tower-based CO2 Mole Fraction Data Alone?

Poster P-10
John E. Barnes

Measurements of the Boundary Layer at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 24
11:45-12:00
Sourish Basu

Detecting Trends in Fossil Fuel Emissions with 14CO2 in the Presence of Transport Errors and Biased Inventories

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 23
15:15-15:30
Jonathan Bent

Recent methodological advancements to the AirCore atmospheric profiler

Poster P-50
François Bernard

Perfluoro-N-methylmorpholine (C5F11NO), a Persistent Greenhouse Gas: Laboratory Determination of Radiative Efficiency, Atmospheric Loss Processes, and Global Warming Potential

Poster P-71
Jennifer Boulton

High-precision, Continuous and Real-Time Measurement of Atmospheric Oxygen Using Cavity Ring-down Spectroscopy

Poster P-47
Paul Brewer

Gaseous Reference Materials to Underpin Measurements of Amount Fraction and Isotopic Composition of Greenhouse Gases

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 23
16:15-16:30
Kai-Lan Chang

Regional Trend Analysis of Surface Ozone Observations from Monitoring Networks in Eastern North America, Europe and East Asia

Poster P-57
Lucy C. Cheadle

Surface Ozone in the Northern Front Range and the Influence of Oil and Gas Development on Ozone Production During FRAPPE/DISCOVER-AQ

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 24
11:15-11:30
Jeffrey Van Cleve

Congregation of Vapors: Towards a Synoptic View of Water Vapor in Support of Airborne IR Astronomy

Poster P-51
Christopher J. Cox

Drivers and Environmental Responses to the Changing Annual Snow Cycle of Northern Alaska

Oral Session 8
Tuesday, May 23
13:15-13:30
Christopher J. Cox

Observations of the surface radiation budget and cloud radiative forcing from pan-Arctic land stations

Poster P-2
Molly J. Crotwell

Ensuring High-quality Data from NOAA’s GC-MS Perseus Instrument

Poster P-46
Patrick Disterhoft

A new data product for the NOAA Environmental UV-ozone Brewer network (NEUBrew) Aerosol Optical Depth in the UV spectral region

Poster P-62
Edward J. Dlugokencky

Highlighted Speaker - Implications of the Continued Increase in Atmospheric Methane Burden

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 23
09:00-09:15
Gert-Jan Duine

The role of horizontal grid spacing on transport and mixing of passive tracers over complex terrain

Poster P-17
James W. Elkins

Twenty-Five Years of Airborne Observations of Ozone-Depleting and Climate-Related Gases in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere

Poster P-68
Adam J. Fleisher

Optical Detection of Radiocarbon (14C) Below Modern Levels by Cavity Ring-down Spectroscopy

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 23
15:30-15:45
Edgar Flores

Calibration Strategies for FTIR and Other IRIS Instruments for Accurate δ13C and δ18O Measurements of CO2 in Air

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 23
16:30-16:45
Gregory Frost

Analysis of long-term observations of NOx and CO in megacities and application to constraining emissions inventories

Poster P-22
Benjamin Gaubert

Chemical Feedback from Decreasing Carbon Monoxide Emissions

Poster P-16
Benjamin Gaubert

Sources of Systematic Differences in Global CO2 Inverse Model Results

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 23
10:30-10:45
Audrey Gaudel

Global ozone trends: First results from the Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report (TOAR)

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 24
11:00-11:15
Brian Gaudet

Application of Observations from the Summer 2016 ACT-America Campaign to Constrain Modeled Regional CO2 Concentrations and Fluxes

Poster P-11
Wilson K Gichuhi

A study of Diurnal and Seasonal Variations of Carbon Dioxide and Methane in the Eastern Highland Rim Region of Tennessee

Poster P-9
Tae-Young Goo

Introduction of the NIMS Activities on a Carbon Cycle Study

Poster P-8
Brad D. Hall

Variability in Inter-hemispheric Exchange Inferred from Tropospheric Measurements of SF6

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 24
13:30-13:45
Emrys Hall

NOAA frost point hygrometer (FPH) comparisons, measurement uncertainties, and recent instrument improvements

Poster P-52
A. Gannet Hallar

Impacts of increasing aridity and wildfires on aerosol loading in the intermountain Western U.S.

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 24
11:30-11:45
Jasper Hardesty

ARM North Slope of Alaska Facilities: Unmanned Aerial Systems and Tethered Balloon Operations

Poster P-1
Neil Harris

Using Observations to Understand Regional Methane Budgets

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 24
08:45-09:00
László Haszpra

First results of tall tower surface-atmosphere N2O flux measurements over a mixed agricultural region in Central Europe

Poster P-66
Eric J. Hintsa

Improvements to UCATS for the Atmospheric Tomography (ATom) mission and recent results

Poster P-49
Nai-Ju Hsueh

Analysis of Solar Radiation Measurements at BSRN Lulin Candidate Station

Poster P-65
Lei Hu

Toward Improvement on Estimation of North American CO2 Fluxes from CarbonTracker-Lagrange: A High-Resolution Regional Inverse Modeling System for Assimilating Atmospheric CO2

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 23
11:30-11:45
Lei Hu

Increased Propane Emissions from the United States

Poster P-23
Dale F. Hurst

Rapid desiccation of the stratosphere in 2016: Connection to an anomalous change in the QBO?

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 24
10:15-10:30
Dan Jaffe

Highlighted Speaker - Ozone, Aerosol and Carbon gases at the Mt. Bachelor Observatory

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 23
09:30-09:45
Bryan J. Johnson

Stratospheric ozone measurements at South Pole Station begin to show signs of improvement in the yearly ozone hole

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 24
10:30-10:45
Richard A. Keen

Two Centuries of Volcanic Aerosols Derived from Lunar Eclipse Records, 1805-2015

Poster P-33
Vikram Khade

The Estimation of  CO2 Fluxes with a Coupled Meteorological and Tracer Transport  Model

Poster P-19
Natalie Kille

Separation of methane emissions from biogenic sources and natural gas based on CH4, C2H6 and NH3 column observations in the Colorado Front Range

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 24
09:00-09:15
Mi Eon Kim

Development of traceable precision dynamic dilution method to generate dimethyl sulphide gas mixtures at sub-nmol/mol for ambient measurement

Poster P-43
Gawon Kim

Analysis on the Spatiotemporal Distribution of OCO-2 XCO2 over South Korea

Oral Session 4
Wednesday, May 24
16:15-16:30
Theodore Koenig

Remote tropical island mountaintop measurements of halogen radicals and OVOCs

Poster P-25
Jonathan Kofler

2017 Cooperative Tower Network Overview and Insights

Poster P-48
Ian Krintz

A Comparison of Photodiode and LED Based Sunphotometer-derived AOD with NASA AERONET

Poster P-27
Dagmar Kubistin

Continuous Long-Term Monitoring of Atmospheric Key Species at the GAW Global Station Hohenpeissenberg

Poster P-36
Andrew Kumler

Comparing Bilinear Interpolation Methods and Nearest Point for Longwave and Shortwave Radiation from the NOAA HRRR Model to Ground-observations for the Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP-2)

Poster P-63
Mark C. Kutchenreiter

Significant Improvements in Pyranometer Nighttime Offsets Using High-Flow, DC Ventilation

Poster P-64
Kara Lamb

Volatility of Materials Internally Mixed with Black Carbon from Biomass Burning

Poster P-29
Xin Lan

Little evidence for significant increases of CH4 emission in the U.S. over the past decade

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 24
08:30-08:45
Kathy Lantz

Diurnal and Seasonal Dependence of Radiation Forecast Errors between NWP Models and Observations During WFIP-2

Oral Session 8
Tuesday, May 23
14:30-14:45
Mark Leonard

Evaluation of the Carbon Cycle in the CMIP5 Earth System Model ESM2G

Poster P-18
Kun-Wei Lin

Lanyu (Island) Station – New Horizons of the Western Pacific Ocean in Background Atmospheric Chemistry and Radiation Observations

Poster P-38
Phung Thi My Linh

Variability and Trends of Withdraw Summer Monsoon over Vietnam

Poster P-40
Chuck Long

The Hazy Space Between Cloud and Aerosol

Oral Session 8
Tuesday, May 23
14:15-14:30
Michela Maione

European Emissions of the Powerful Greenhouse Gases Hydrofluorocarbons Inferred from Atmospheric Measurements and Their Comparison with Annual National Reports To UNFCCC

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 24
14:00-14:15
Nguyen Dang Mau

Projections of Variability and Trends of Summer Monsoon Rainfall over Vietnam

Poster P-41
Audra McClure-Begley

Understanding the Impact of Biomass Burning on Ozone Conditions in the Arctic

Poster P-4
Allison McComiskey

Seasonal Cycles of Aerosol Properties Across the North Slope of Alaska: Sources and Distributions from Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow) to Oliktok Point

Poster P-28
Kathryn McKain

Vertical gradients in atmospheric CO2 as a constraint on Southern Ocean fluxes

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 23
11:15-11:30
Stuart McKeen

A length-scale analysis of variance for many constituents from aircraft, satellite and model results during the 2013 SENEX field study.

Poster P-35
Natasha Miles

Calibration and Field Testing of Cavity Ring-down Laser Spectrometers Measuring Methane Mole Fraction and the Isotopic Ratio of Methane, Deployed on Towers in the Marcellus Shale Region

Poster P-12
John B. Miller

Unexpected and significant biospheric CO2 fluxes in the Los Angeles Basin indicated by atmospheric radiocarbon (14CO2)

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 23
15:45-16:00
Benjamin R. Miller

Sulfuryl fluoride (SO2F2) Atmospheric Abundance and Trend from the GMD North American Tower and Aircraft Programs

Poster P-69
Koji Miyagawa

Differences between Dobson of the Reprocessed Total ozone and Satellites observation

Poster P-61
Koji Miyagawa

Comparison of ozone retrievals from the Umkehr reprocessing version and Satellites

Poster P-60
Eric Moglia

NOAA GMD’s Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network Management, Logistics, and Importance

Poster P-5
Stephen A. Montzka

The Continued Slowdown in the Decline of Atmospheric CFC-11

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 24
13:00-13:15
Brian Nathan

Multi-species Atmospheric Inversion of Sectoral Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Indianapolis Urban Environment

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 23
11:45-12:00
Robert R. Nelson

Using GEOS-5 Aerosols to Inform the OCO-2 CO2 Retrieval

Oral Session 4
Wednesday, May 24
15:30-15:45
Cynthia Nevison

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

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 23
11:00-11:15
Sylvia Nichol

Comparing Atmospheric CO2 Measurements From Two Instruments at Baring Head, New Zealand

Poster P-7
Brandon Noirot

Removal of Seasonal Bias from Dobson Spectrophotometer Records using Reanalysis

Poster P-59
Christopher W. O'Dell

An update on OCO-2 at the end of prime mission

Oral Session 4
Wednesday, May 24
16:30-16:45
Samuel Oltmans

Ozone vertical profile measurements in the northern Front Range of Colorado in July-August 2014 during FRAPPE and DISCOVER-AQ

Poster P-55
Chang-Feng Ou-Yang

Influence of Stratospheric Intrusions on the Lower Free Tropospheric Ozone at Lulin Atmospheric Background Station

Poster P-56
Dimitrios K. Papanastasiou

A Comprehensive Evaluation of C1, C2, and C3 Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs): Atmospheric Lifetimes, Ozone Depletion Potentials, and Global Warming Potentials

Poster P-70
Steven Pawson

Assimilating NASA’s Atmospheric Composition Observations in the GEOS Earth System Model

Oral Session 4
Wednesday, May 24
15:15-15:30
Irina Petropavlovskikh

Overview of the Long-term Ozone Trends and Uncertainties in the Stratosphere (LOTUS) SPARC activity.

Poster P-58
Shalini Punjabi

A Ten-Year (2006-2016) Record of Non-methane Hydrocarbons (NMHCs) in the Subtropical Marine Boundary Layer at the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory

Poster P-24
Eric Ray

Possible Influences of Stratospheric Transport Variability on Emission Estimates of Long-lived Trace Gases

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 24
13:15-13:30
Katie A. Read

Long-term Measurements from the GAW Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory (CVAO)

Poster P-37
Stefan Reimann

Towards a Novel Integrated Approach for Estimating Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Support of International Agreements

Poster P-20
Fabienne Reisen

Highlighted Speaker - Black Carbon Measurements at Cape Grim, Tasmania

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 23
09:15-09:30
Olivia E. Salmon

Quantification of NOy and CO Emissions from Washington, D.C.-Baltimore during WINTER

Poster P-21
Yousuke Sawa

10 Years of Observation for Greenhouse Gases by Commercial Airliner in the CONTRAIL Project

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 23
10:45-11:00
Michael F. Schibig

Pressure Dependent CO2 Enrichment in High-Pressure Aluminum Cylinders

Poster P-44
Tanja Schuck

Establishing Regular Measurements of Halocarbons at Taunus Observatory

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 24
14:15-14:30
Stefan Schwietzke

Improved Mechanistic Understanding of Natural Gas Methane Emissions from Spatially Resolved Aircraft Measurements

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 24
09:30-09:45
Nimmi C. P. Sharma

Aerosol Measurements Over Mauna Loa Observatory

Poster P-32
James Patrick Sherman

Changing air quality in the Southeast U.S. and potential implications for regional solar radiation budget

Oral Session 8
Tuesday, May 23
13:45-14:00
Matthew Shupe

Surface energy budget process relationships as a means for evaluating model performance in Central Greenland

Oral Session 8
Tuesday, May 23
13:00-13:15
André Cezar Pugliesi da Silva

Study of the diurnal cycle of microphysical properties of clouds in the Amazon basin using GOES measurements

Poster P-42
Isobel J Simpson

VOC measurements using Whole Air Sampling (WAS) during ATom-1

Poster P-26
Nicholas Spada

Asian Transport Influence on Greenland Crustal Aerosols

Poster P-31
Rainer Steinbrecher

The WMO-GAW-VOC Network with Contributions of AGAGE

Poster P-67
Chance W. Sterling

Homogenizing NOAA's Ozonesonde Data Set Improves Comparison with Satellite-derived Vertical Ozone Profiles

Poster P-53
James Stinecipher

Amazonian GPP estimated from satellite-observed carbonyl sulfide mixing ratios

Oral Session 4
Wednesday, May 24
15:45-16:00
Robert S. Stone

Arctic Heat Waves: Towards Quantifying the Role of Atmospheric Dynamics

Oral Session 8
Tuesday, May 23
13:30-13:45
Pieter P. Tans

How we know that human activities are driving climate change

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 23
10:15-10:30
Anne M. Thompson

SHADOZ (Southern Hemisphere Additional Ozonesondes) Network Report: Updates and Station Activities

Poster P-54
Ivar R. van der Velde

Constraining biospheric exchange processes over North America by joint assimilation of atmospheric CO2 and δ13C

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 23
16:00-16:15
Isaac Vimont

Stable Isotopes of Carbon Monoxide During Two Summers at Indianapolis, IN Show Significant Influence of Oxidized Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds on the CO Budget

Poster P-15
Martin K. Vollmer

On the Emissions of HCFCs and CFCs Potentially Related to HFC Production

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 24
13:45-14:00
Kang Wang

Analysis of near-surface permafrost monitoring station data from Alaska

Poster P-3
Sheng-Hsiang Carlo Wang

Characterization of Transported Biomass-Burning Smoke from Indochina to Mt. Lulin Based on a Super Event in March of 2009

Poster P-30
Eleanor Waxman

Dual frequency comb measurements of greenhouse gases over Boulder

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 24
09:15-09:30
Jacquelyn Witte

Out of the SHADOZ: Impacts and Uncertainties of Ozonesonde Reprocessing

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 24
10:45-11:00
Mikhail Zhizhin

Five-year Survey of the U.S. Natural Gas Flaring Observed from Space with VIIRS

Oral Session 4
Wednesday, May 24
16:00-16:15
Peter Zimmermann

Model simulations of atmospheric methane and their evaluation using AGAGE/NOAA surface- and IAGOS-CARIBIC airborne observations, 1997-2014

Oral Session 5
Wednesday, May 24
08:15-08:30