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First Author Title Type Session
1Caroline Alden

Continuous methane leak detection in oil and gas: recent progress toward a regional approach with dual frequency comb spectroscopy and inversions

Poster P-16
2Elisabeth Andrews

An overview of the effect of water uptake on aerosol particle light scattering: observations, evaluation of proxies, and comparison with global models

Poster P-35
3John A. Augustine

The Need for a Surface Energy Budget Network and Increased Surface Radiation Measurements to Improve Weather and Climate Forecasting

Poster P-44
4Murat Aydin

Atmospheric history of carbonyl sulfide During the 20thcentury from Antarctic and Greenland firn air measurements

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 22
09:30 - 09:45
5Zachary Barkley

Optimization of Methane Emissions in the United States Gulf Region Using Aircraft-based Measurements Across Frontal Boundaries

Oral Session 9
Wednesday, May 22
15:30 - 15:45
6Benjamiin Birner

Constraints on ocean heat uptake from the atmospheric argon to nitrogen ratio

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 22
09:45 - 10:00
7Guy Brasseur

Keynote Address: Global Change Research: A Historical Perspective and Future Challenges

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 21
08:45 - 09:15
8James H. Butler

Welcome and Conference Overview

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 21
08:30 - 08:45
9Dana Caulton

Importance of Super-emitter Natural Gas Well Pads in the Marcellus Shale

Oral Session 9
Wednesday, May 22
15:45 - 16:00
10Kevin Cossel

Open-path, mid-infrared, dual comb spectroscopy for measurement of ambient ethane and propane

Poster P-15
11Christopher J. Cox

The Aleutian Low – Beaufort Sea Anticyclone: A climate index for predicting the timing of springtime melt in the Pacific Arctic cryosphere

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 22
11:45 - 12:00
12Christopher J. Cox

The De-Icing Comparison Experiment (D-ICE): A study of broadband radiometric measurements under icing conditions in the Arctic

Poster P-43
13David Crisp

The Prospects for Top-down Atmospheric Flux Inventories for CO2 and CH4

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 21
11:15 - 11:30
14Andrew Crotwell

Development of a new flask-air analysis system for the Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network

Poster P-2
15Yu Yan Cui

A multiplatform inversion estimation of statewide and regional methane emissions in California during 2014–2016

Oral Session 9
Wednesday, May 22
15:15 - 15:30
16Russell R. Dickerson

Trace gas observations from small research aircraft over the Mid Atlantic States and Hebei, China

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 22
13:15 - 13:30
17Edward Dlugokencky

Recent Increases in the Burden of Atmospheric CH4: Implications for the Paris Agreement

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 21
13:00 - 13:15
18Rachel Edie

Could O&G wastewater be a significant source of air toxics in the Northern Colorado Front Range?

Oral Session 9
Wednesday, May 22
16:15 - 16:30
19James W. Elkins

What science have we learned from our combined airborne and ground-based measurements of halocarbons and other trace atmospheric species?

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 22
08:45 - 09:00
20Sha Feng

Characteristics and mechanisms of atmospheric CO2 variations during summer frontal passages

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 22
13:30 - 13:45
21Taylor Foote

Seasonal dependence of column-averaged and near-surface aerosol optical properties measured at Appalachian State University (APP)

Poster P-36
22Lahiru P. Gamage

Utilization of CH4:CO2 and CO:CO2 correlations in deciphering temporal changes in urban CH4 and CO emissions

Poster P-10
23Audrey Gaudel

Twenty years of observed tropospheric ozone increases Across the Northern Hemisphere

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 21
15:45 - 16:00
24Christoph Gerbig

First IAGOS-CORE and IAGOS-CARIBIC greenhouse gas observations from commercial airliners

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 21
10:30 - 10:45
25Wilson K. Gichuhi

Partitioning Sources of CO2 Atmospheric Signal in an Urban Site Using Carbon Monoxide as a Tracer

Poster P-9
26Breahna Gillespie

The acquisition of fog in montane California chaparral: Ecosystem inputs and use by plants

Poster P-49
27Brad Hall

One-step preparation of gravimetric CO2-in-air standards

Poster P-1
28Emrys Hall

Comparison of Vertical Distribution of Ozone Profiles between Ozonesondes and the GMI Merra II model

Poster P-31
29Jasper Hardesty

Opportunity to Plan and Develop a Comprehensive U.S. Arctic Research Infrastructure Network Hub at Oliktok Point, Alaska 

Poster P-47
30Timothy W. Hilton

Simulating International Drought Experiment Field Observations Using the Community Land Model

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 21
11:45 - 12:00
31Eric Hintsa

Measured and modeled ozone distributions over the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans from the ATom mission

Poster P-30
32Sander Houweling

Quantification of methane emissions and the role of satellites moving from global to local scales

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 21
13:15 - 13:30
33Bryan Johnson

Ozonesonde Observations at South Pole Station During the 2018 Ozone Hole

Poster P-28
34Bryan Johnson

New Volumetric Flow Rate Tests of Ozonesonde Pumps at Reduced Pressures  

Poster P-27
35Richard A. Keen

Two Centuries of Volcanic Aerosols Derived from Lunar Eclipse Records, 1805–2019

Poster P-41
36Vikram Khade

Quantification of transport error Using a coupled meteorological and constituent transport model within an Ensemble Kalman filter (EnKF)

Poster P-21
37Natalie Kille

Measurement capabilities of the CU SOF Instrument: Separation of Methane Emissions from Agricultural and Natural Gas Sources & Developing Techniques to Quantify Wildfire Emissions

Poster P-17
38Sang-Woo Kim

Optical Properties of Black Carbon and Brown Carbon and Their Contribution to Aerosol Light Absorption

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 22
10:30 - 10:45
39Marda Kirn

HOLOSCENES / Little Boxes Presented on Science On a Sphere®

Oral Session 5
Tuesday, May 21
16:30 - 16:45
40Susan Kizer

Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment III on the International Space Station (SAGE III/ISS) Science Data Products: Preliminary Validation Results

Poster P-32
41Theodore K. Koenig

Two Years of MAX-DOAS Data from Remote Tropical Marine Mountaintops

Poster P-22
42Jonathan Kofler

Tower in situ and Flask CO2 comparisons

Poster P-4
43Xin Lan

Investigation of the global methane budget based on improved measurement datasets and prior emission information

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 21
14:00 - 14:15
44Shanlan Li

Airborne in situ measurement of CO2 and CH4 in South Korea

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 22
13:00 - 13:15
45Xin Lin

Regional attribution of CO2 seasonal amplification in Northern Hemisphere using a tagged tracer transport model

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 21
11:00 - 11:15
46Zhiwei Lin

Stable carbon isotope analysis of airborne particulate matter Using a carbon aerosol analyzer and a cavity ringdown spectrometer

Poster P-6
47Zoe Loh

Commissioning of high precision in situ measurements of N2O and CO at Cape Grim

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 22
14:15 - 14:30
48S. Marcela Loria-Salazar

Evaluation of Novel NASA Aerosol Fire Products Over Extreme Fire Events in the Semi-arid Western U.S.

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 22
11:00 - 11:15
49Monica Madronich

Measuring BTEX with a commercial GC-PID system in an oil and gas field

Poster P-14
50Michela Maione

Western European emissions of CFC-11 and CFC-12 inferred from Atmospheric observations and inverse modelling

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 22
08:30 - 08:45
51Daniel R. McAdams

Holographic Cloud Particle Imager (HCPI) for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs)

Poster P-42
52Audra McClure-Begley

Seasonal Trends in Observed Surface Ozone Conditions in the Arctic

Poster P-33
53Glen McConville

South American Dobson Intercomparison Campaign for RA-III

Poster P-26
54Kathryn McKain

High Humidity-induced Bias in Aircraft Network CO2 Data due to Water Condensation in Flasks

Poster P-5
55Sylvia Englund Michel

How useful are carbon stable isotopes of methane? Improvements in analysis and quality controls at the INSTAAR Stable Isotope Lab

Poster P-19
56Ingrid Mielke-Maday

Characterization and quantification of benzene emissions from a new multiwell pad in a Colorado Front Range residential community  

Poster P-13
57Benjamin R. Miller

Improving the sampling and analysis of atmospheric Carbonyl Sulfide (OCS) in the GMD networks

Poster P-23
58Logan E. Mitchell

The potential for public-transit based atmospheric monitoring to advance air quality and atmospheric chemistry research and to engage urban stakeholders

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 22
13:45 - 14:00
59Logan E. Mitchell

Utilizing Public Transit for Urban Atmospheric Monitoring in Denver, CO

Poster P-11
60Koji Miyagawa

Optimizing Umkehr ozone profile retrievals during the Mt. Pinatubo volcanic eruption

Poster P-25
61Jessica Montes

Soil Respiration Response to Adenostoma sparsifolium Microsites Among Seasons in Semiarid Shrubland

Poster P-48
62Stephen A. Montzka

On the unexpected increase in CFC-11 emissions, are they still on the rise?

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 21
09:15 - 09:30
63Eric Morgan

The SIO O2 Program: Constraints on Long-term Carbon Cycle Changes Through Measurements of Atmospheric Oxygen

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 21
10:45 - 11:00
64Don Neff

Laboratory Identification and Testing of Sources of Bias in Carbon Dioxide Measurements of Atmospheric Air Collected and Stored in Glass Flasks

Poster P-3
65Walter Oechel

Patterns and controls on trace gas fluxes of CO2 and/or CH4 in marine and terrestrial Habitats from Barrow, Alaska to Pago Pago, American Samoa

Oral Session 2
Tuesday, May 21
11:30 - 11:45
66Youmi Oh

High Affinity Methanotrophs are an Important Overlooked Methane Sink in Arctic and Global Methane Budget

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 21
13:45 - 14:00
67Jong-Uk Park

Variability of aerosol optical properties at Mauna Loa and its characteristics according to source regions

Poster P-37
68David D. Parrish

Observational-based Assessment of Contributions to Southwest U.S. Maximum Ozone Concentrations

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 21
16:15 - 16:30
69Caroline Parworth

Fire Emissions in California: Analysis of Airborne Measurements of Trace Gases from Thirteen Fires

Oral Session 8
Wednesday, May 22
14:00 - 14:15
70Irina Petropavlovskikh

OCTAV-UTLS (Observed Composition Trends and Variability in the UTLS) SPARC Activity - Jet-relevant data analyses of NOAA ozonesonde records

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 21
15:15 - 15:30
71Genevieve Plant

Large fugitive methane emissions from urban centers along the U.S. East Coast

Oral Session 9
Wednesday, May 22
15:00 - 15:15
72David Plusquellic

Standoff measurements of CO2 and H2O in Boulder using DIAL and IPDA techniques

Poster P-7
73Bharat Rastogi

Combining in situ and satellite observations of CO2 in a synthesis inversion framework for the U.S. corn belt

Poster P-8
74Eric A. Ray

The Stratospheric Quasi-Biennial Oscillation Influence on Trace Gases at the Earth’s Surface

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 22
09:00 - 09:15
75Laura Riihimaki

Developing Solar Forecasting Model Diagnostics of Cloud Impacts on Solar Variability

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 22
11:30 - 11:45
76Alex Rybchuk

Modeling ground- and aircraft-based methane monitoring systems for natural gas storage facilities using LPDM-LES

Poster P-18
77Katherine M. Saad

Characterization of methane emissions in Los Angeles with airborne hyperspectral imaging

Oral Session 9
Wednesday, May 22
16:00 - 16:15
78Pallavi Saxena

Variation of Carbonaceous Aerosols on Foggy Days in and around Special Episodic Events

Poster P-40
79Russ Schnell

Geoengineering for Climate Change: Nature Has Already Demonstrated the Process and Effects

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 21
09:45 - 10:00
80Muhammad Zeeshaan Shahid

Case study of air quality during winter season over northeastern Pakistan during 2007 to 2015

Poster P-38
81Shima Bahramvash Shams

Drivers of variations in the vertical profile of ozone in the Greenland sector of the Arctic

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 21
15:30 - 15:45
82Sangeeta Sharma

34-year trends in aerosol chemistry in relation to Aerosol acidity at Alert, NU, Canada

Poster P-39
83Patrick Sheridan

Overview and Selected Results from the NOAA Federated Aerosol Network

Poster P-34
84James Patrick Sherman

The role of ground-based aerosol networks in evaluating satellite-retrieved aerosol radiative properties over mountainous regions

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 22
10:45 - 11:00
85Ryan M. Stauffer

NOAA Ozonesonde Sites from the Tropics to Midlatitudes: Ozone Variability, Links to Meteorological Conditions, and Validation of NASA Chemical Models

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 21
15:00 - 15:15
86Laura Stevens

Curating a Multiagency Set of Federal Climate Indicators

Poster P-45
87Sarah Strode

Sensitivity of the isotopic composition of atmospheric methane to oxidant fields in the GEOS model

Poster P-20
88Pieter Tans

Spatial/Temporal patterns in the atmosphere: The carbon cycle revealed

Oral Session 1
Tuesday, May 21
09:30 - 09:45
89Anne M. Thompson

The Role of Convection in Tropical Ozone Variability Inferred from Profiles at NOAA’s SHADOZ Stations (1998–2017)

Poster P-29
90Brian Vasel

The New Barrow Atmospheric Baseline Observatory

Poster P-46
91Isaac Vimont

Creating an emissions map for benzene based on fossil fuel CO2 emissions: "HESTIA Benzene"

Poster P-12
92Sue Visser

A Bibliometric Analysis of GMD Publications, 2010–2018

Poster P-50
93Rainer Volkamer

Iodine Detection in the Lower Stratosphere

Oral Session 6
Wednesday, May 22
09:15 - 09:30
94Paul J. Walter

SO2 profiles during the Kilauea eruption

Poster P-24
95Pi-Huan Wang

Application of Solar Aureole for Atmospheric Monitoring

Oral Session 7
Wednesday, May 22
11:15 - 11:30
96Emma L. Yates

The Alpha Jet Atmospheric eXperiment (AJAX): Past, Present, and Future Airborne Measurements

Oral Session 4
Tuesday, May 21
16:00 - 16:15
97Yi Yin

Recent acceleration of methane growth rate: leading contributions from tropical wetlands and China

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 21
13:30 - 13:45
98Mikhail Zhizhin

Ground-truth validation of VIIRS Nightfire for gas flaring estimates

Oral Session 3
Tuesday, May 21
14:15 - 14:30