Session Information

2009 Joint Assembly

Atmospheric Sciences


Sunday Afternoon 2

Time Session Location Title
1630 A74A CC 714A Processes Over Midlatitude North America and the Arctic (2008) Observed From Satellite and Field Campaigns IV (joint with CG, IN, GC, OS, SA, C)
Presiding: D W Tarasick, Environment Canada; B J Stocks, B.J. Stocks Wildfire Investigations Ltd.
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1630 A74A-01 CC 714A Biomass burning in Siberia and Kazakhstan as an important source for haze over the Alaskan Arctic in April 2008
*C Warneke, R Bahreini, J Brioude, C Brock, J de Gouw, d Fahey, K Froyd, A Middlebrook, L Miller, S Montzka, D Murphy, J Peischl, T Ryerson, J Schwarz, R Spackman, J Holloway
INVITED    [Abstract]
1700 A74A-02 CC 714A Siberian and North American Biomass Burning Contributions to the Processes that Influenced the 2008 Arctic Aircraft and Satellite Field Campaigns
*A J Soja, B J Stocks, R Carr, R B Pierce, M Natarajan, M Fromm
INVITED    [Abstract]
1730 A74A-03 CC 714A Observation of a Major Biogenic Aerosol Growth Event in Rural Ontario: Correlation with Photochemical Activity and Comparison to Model Predictions
*J Abbatt, R Chang, R Leaitch, N Shantz, S Sjostedt, J Slowik, C Stroud, A Vlasenko, A Xia
1745 A74A-04 CC 714A Evidence for Deposition of Black Carbon in the Springtime Arctic
*J R Spackman, J P Schwarz, R S Gao, L A Watts, D W Fahey, J S Holloway, W D Neff
1800 A74A-05 CC 714A Chemical Properties of Aerosols in the Central Arctic
*R Chang, S Sjostedt, J Abbatt, K Hayden, R Leaitch, S Li
1815 A74A-06 CC 714A Synoptic/Mesoscale Modulation of Cloud, Boundary-Layer, and Aerosol Processes During ASCOS/AMISA: Preliminary Results
*O P Persson, M Shupe, E Sukovich, M Tjernström, A Gasiewski, B J Brooks, V Leuski, I M Brooks

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