Department of Meteorology 

Atmospheric Chemistry Brown Bag Talks

SPRING  2002 Schedule

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  • Department of Meteorology Seminar Series

    January 9
    Mr. Wouter Peters
    Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research Utrecht (IMAU)
    Tropospheric ozone in the tropics: Studies with a global model, satellite observations, and balloon measurements
    January 16
    Dr. Elsworth Judd Welton
    (Goddard Earth Science and Technology Center)
    January 23

    January 30

    February 6
    Dr. Charles Jackman
    Atmospheric Effects due to July 2000 Solar Proton Event
    February 13

    February 20

    February 27

    March 6

    March 13

    March 20
    Robert Levy
    University of Maryland
    MODIS Aerosol Retrievals over the Ocean: Validation of the Puerto Rico Dust Experiment (PRIDE) data
    March 27

    April 3
    Dr. Dale Allen
    University of Maryland
    An estimate of the stratospheric contribution to springtime tropospheric ozone maxima using TOPSE measurements and Beryllium-7 simulations
    April 10
    Dr. Jeff Stehr
    University of Maryland
    Kicking a model when it's down: simulating air pollution on the East Coast with CMAQ.
    April 17
    Dr. Eric Kasischke
    University of Maryland
    Modeling CO, CH4 and CO2 emissions from boreal forest wildfires
    April 24
    Dr. Amanda Staudt
    National Academy of Sciences
    Air Quality Research Priorities
    Friday April 26 (note date)
    Mr. Brian Mhango
    University of the Witwatersrand,Johannesburg, South Africa
    State of geosciences education in southern Africa with particular reference to GIS and remote sensing.
    May 1

    May 8

    May 15
    No Talk

    May 22/29
    No Talks

    June 5
    Dr. Mian Chin
    NASA-GSFC and Georgia Institute of Technology
    From local emissions to global climate forcing: Understanding tropospheric aerosols
    June 12
    Dr. Anne Thompson
    NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
    What have we learned about tropical tropospheric ozone from 3 years of SHADOZ (Southern Hemisphere ADditional OZonesondes) data?

    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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