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ACOM Seminar: The Arctic Hotspot - What 40 years of measurements at Barrow has taught us about the Arctic carbon cycle

ACOM SEMINAR

Title: The Arctic Hotspot - What 40 years of measurements at Barrow has taught us about the Arctic carbon cycle

Presenter: Colm Sweeney, University of Colorado Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

EOL and ACOM Seminar: Christine Wiedinmyer

Quantifying interactions between technologies, behaviors, air quality, and climate: A case study in West Africa

ACOM Seminar: Francisco J. Pérez-Invernón and Francisco J. Gordillo-Vázquez

ACOM SEMINAR SERIES

TITLE: Parameterization of Blue Jets and lightnings in WACCM: Frequency and chemical impact of atmospheric electricity phenomena

SPEAKERS: Francisco J. Pérez-Invernón and Francisco J. Gordillo-Vázquez
Instituto De Astrofisica De Andalucia
Granada, Andalucia, Spain

ACOM Seminar: Daven Henze

ACOM Seminar

Title: International air quality, health, and climate impacts of cookstoves, diesel NOx,and other anthropogenic sectors via PM2.5 and O3

Presenter: Daven Henze, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Colorado

UCP Seminar: Tropical Widening: What, When, Where (and Why)

Tropical Widening: What, When, Where (and Why)

US CLIVAR Working Group on the Changing Width of the Tropical Belt

Paul Staten (Indiana University) and Kevin Grise (University of Virginia)

OCT 13th 12:00 - 1:00 PM FL2-1022

Aerosol-Cyclone Interactions

Paul Field
UK Met Office
Exeter, United Kingdom

We use convection permitting global aquaplanet simulations to explore the interaction between aerosol and mid-latitude cyclones. Based on model simulations we propose a hypothesis about how midlatitude cyclones will respond to increases in aerosol loading.  In this talk, I will introduce the model results and describe how we tested it with a decade of satellite observations and a more focused period coinciding with the Icelandic volcanic eruption in 2014.

Refreshments: 3:15 PM

ACOM Seminar: Dr. Natalia Calvo

ACOM SEMINAR

Title: The complex behavior of the 2015/2016 El Nino winter

Presenter: Dr. Natalia Calvo, Associate Proffesor at Dpto. Fisica de la Tierra II (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Affiliate Scientist NCAR/ACOM

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