Department of Meteorology 

Atmospheric Chemistry Brown Bag Talks

Summer/Fall  2004 Schedule

For more information contact Dale Allen || E mail || 405-7629 ||

  • Department of Meteorology Seminar Series

  • ESSIC Seminar Series

    July 30
    Mr. Chris Loughner
    Desert Research Institute and the University of Nevada Reno
    Comparison of Actinic Flux Measurements with the TUV Model
    August 3 (TUESDAY!!)
    Professor Tijian Wang

    Air pollution in China: Present situation and historical trend
    September 10

    September 17
    Lauren Zamora and Omar Hylton
    University of Maryland and Howard University
    Summer 2004 ozone observations at Beltsville, MD
    September 24

    October 1
    No talk (RAMMPP Quarterly Meeting)

    October 8

    October 15 1:00 PM!!!!!
    Dr. Sheryl Ehrman
    University of Maryland Dept. of Chemical Engineering
    Sensitivity of Mid-Atlantic air quality to NOx and VOC emissions
    October 22
    Dr. Jill Engel-Cox
    Battelle Memorial Institute and University of Maryland, Baltimore County
    Use of Satellite Monitoring Data for Air Quality Policy
    October 29
    Dr. Tianxue Wen
    LAPC, Institute of Atmospheric Physics
    Observation of sulfate, nitrate, and its precursors in 2004 in Beijing, China
    November 5
    Mr. Charles Piety
    University of Maryland
    The 2004 ozone season
    November 12
    Dr. Ken Pickering
    University of Maryland
    Overview of NASA's Intercontinental Chemical Transport Experiment- Summer 2004 (INTEX-A)
    November 19
    Mr. Bill Jones
    Zephyr Environmental Corporation
    Jebel Ali Air Quality Management Study: the First Large-Scale Air Quality Study in the Gulf Coast Region
    November 26

    December 3
    Dr. Jose Rodriguez
    University of Miami/ NASA-GSFC
    The tropospheric OH budget
    December 10
    Dr. Lackson Marufu
    Talk cancelled
    December 17

    December 24
    Christmas/Holiday break

  • Past Brownbag talks (Spring 2004)
  • Past Brownbag talks (Fall 2003)
  • Past Brownbag talks (Spring 2003)
  • Past Brownbag talks (Fall 2002)
  • Past Brownbag talks (Spring 2002)

    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.
    Directions to the Department of Meteorology

  • Return to home page for Department of Meteorology