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Chemistry-Climate Working Group Meeting

Monday, February 26, 2007

NCAR, Boulder, CO

Session 1: State of the Model and Model Development

8:30 am   Introduction, Meeting Goals, and Discussion (Peter Hess, NCAR)
9:00 am   Model status and news (Hess)
9:20 am   Update on new physics on chemistry (Phil Rasch, NCAR)
9:50 am   Effects of physics on chemistry (Hess)
10:00 am   Break
10:20 am   Progress on aerosol indirect effect in CAM (Xiaohong Liu, PNNL)
10:40 am   New Stratiform Cloud Microphysics and Cloud Aerosol Interactions in CAM (Andrew Gettelman, NCAR)
11:00 am   Progress on application of modal aerosol dynamics to CAM (Liu)
11:20 am   Sensitivity of direct effect to aerosol treatment (Hess)
11:40 am   Update on CAM/CLM Biogenic VOC Emissions and Secondary Organic Aerosols (Colette Heald, U CA, Berkeley)
12:00 pm   Lunch

Session 2: Entrepreneurial Research/Science - Main Seminar Room

12:30 pm   Refreshments in Main Seminar Room
1:00 pm   New Stratospheric Tropospheric Chemistry (Jean Francois Lamarque, NCAR)
1:20 pm   Clouds and photolysis (Jessica Neu, Univ. CA, Irvine)
1:40 pm   Developments at UCI (Michael Prather, Univ. CA, Irvine)
2:00 pm   CAM with Chemistry at Lawrence Livermore (Philip Cameron-Smith, LLNL)
2:20 pm   Changing emissions and climate CCSP report (Lamarque)
2:40 pm   Constraining tropospheric CO using ensemble-based data assimilation (Avelino Arellano, NCAR)
3:00 pm   Break

Session 3: Emissions

3:20 pm   POP ocean emissions (Scott Elliot, LANL)
3:40 pm   Historical emissions (Claire Granier, CIRES/CU)
4:00 pm   General Discussion

Tueday, February 27, 2007

Session 4: Middle Atmosphere Research

8:30 am   Climate sensitivity and variability with models extending into the middle atmosphere (Fabrizio Sassi, NCAR)
8:50 am   Atmospheric response to solar and geomagnetic forcing (Dan Marsh, NCAR)
9:10 am   Impact of climate change on ozone recovery (Doug Kinnison, NCAR)
9:30 am   3-D Microphysical Simulations of Meteoric Dust (Charles Bardeen, LASP/CU)
9:50 am   Catastrophic ozone loss following a regional nuclear conflict (Mike Mills)
10:15 am   Break

Session 5: Chemistry-Climate

10:30 - 12:00 pm   Discussion
12:00 pm   Lunch

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