Department of Meteorology 

Atmospheric Chemistry Brown Bag Talks

FALL  2002 Schedule

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  • Department of Meteorology Seminar Series

    September 13
    Dr. Lorraine Remer
    "A physicist's viewpoint on MODIS aerosol retrievals and validation"
    September 20

    September 27

    October 4

    October 11
    Mr. Charles Piety
    University of Maryland
    Summary of 2002 Ozone Season
    October 18
    Dr. Martina Schmeling
    Department of Chemistry; Loyola University Chicago
    Air mass recognition via chemical analysis
    October 25
    Dr. Juying Warner
    MOPITT CO measurements from Biomass Burning events
    November 1
    Dr. Alex Frolov
    University of Maryland
    Global Measurements of Tropospheric Ozone Using The TOMS Instrument
    November 8
    Dr. Ana Prados
    POAM ozone and water vapor observations in the UTLS
    November 15
    Dr. Darrell Winner
    National Center for Environmental Research, U.S. EPA
    Potential impact of global change on air quality
    November 22 (Room 2106 CSSB)
    Dr. David Noone (Joint with ESSIC)
    Division of Geological and Planetary Science, California Institute of Technology
    Investigating the influence of Arctic sea ice on stratospheric circulation and ozone with GCMs
    November 26 (TUESDAY)
    Dr. A. M. Kinyua
    Institute of Nuclear Science, University of Nairobi
    Heavy and trace metal analysis of material samples by nuclear and related techniques in Kenya
    December 6
    Fall AGU meeting (No talks scheduled)

    December 13
    Dr. Mark Olsen
    National Research Council
    Comparison of Northern and Southern Hemisphere Cross-tropopause O3 flux
    December 20
    Dr. Kenneth Pickering
    University of Maryland
    CRYSTAL-FACE: Mission Summary

    Unless otherwise noted in date line, all seminars are held in RM. 3425 (the Meteorology Conference Room on the third floor in the new wing of the Computer & Space Sci. Bldg.) at 12:00 p.m. 
    Please park in Stadium Parking, also known as Parking Garage 3 (PG-3, two blocks west of the building). You cannot park in any numbered or lettered lots. Parking tickets incurred in these lots cannot be voided.
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