CSL Seminar Series:

2017 Past Seminars

8 December 2017 The PTR3: A novel Instrument for studying the transformation of VOCs to condensing and even nucleating vapors
Speaker: Armin Hansel, University of Innsbruck
6 December 2017 The historic surface ozone record, 1876-1975, and its relation to modern measurements
Speaker: Ian Galbally, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
29 November 2017 Development paths from CESM1 to CESM2 and discussion of current simulations
Speaker: Jean-Francois Lamarque, NCAR
15 November 2017 The Increasing Importance of Ammonia for U.S. Air Quality
Speaker: Jeff Collett, Colorado State University
19 October 2017 An Evaluation of the Efficacy of the Paris Climate Agreement
Speaker: Ross Salawitch, University of Maryland
12 October 2017 Climate and health impacts of coal fly ash: a new concept for co-benefits?
Speaker: Daniel Cziczo, Associate Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry and Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT
27 September 2017 Estimating Emissions from Fires
Speaker: Christine Wiedinmyer, Associate Director for Science, CIRES
13 September 2017 The complex behavior of the 2015/2016 El Niño winter
Speaker: Natalia Calvo, Departmento Fisica de la Tierra II at Universidad Complutense de Madrid & NCAR/ACOM
23 August 2017 A Hole in the Wind: A Climate Scientist's Bicycle Journey
Speaker: David Goodrich, former Director of the Climate Observations Division at the NOAA Climate Program Office (retired)
16 August 2017 A fresh look at dirty air: 40 years of effort to reach the U.S. ozone NAAQS
Speaker: David Parrish, NOAA ESRL CSD & CU CIRES
9 August 2017 Aerosol particle organic mass formation: HOMs uptake, multiphase isoprene oxidation and cloud processing
Speaker: Hartmut Herrmann, Leipzig Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS), Germany
2 August 2017 Ensemble Forecasts of Air Quality in Asia: An Operational Multi-Model Approach
Speaker: Guy Brasseur, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology and NCAR
17 July 2017 The European research infrastructure IAGOS-CARIBIC: a chemical laboratory on board passenger aircraft and what we have learned since 2005
Speaker: Andreas Zahn, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
14 July 2017 The United States "warming hole:" quantifying the aerosol forced response given large internal variability
Speaker: Antara Banerjee, Columbia University
12 June 2017 Quantifying risks of stratospheric geoengineering: from laboratory to small-scale field experiments
Speaker: David Keith and Frank Keutsch, Harvard University
10 May 2017 The Coming Tidal Wave of Rocket Launches and Their Emissions
Speaker: Marty Ross, Aerospace Corporation
21 April 2017 Laboratory studies of the oxidation of atmospheric organics: Carbon closure and multigenerational aging
Speaker: Jesse Kroll, Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT
10 April 2017 Science, Policy and Diplomacy: The Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol (joint with GMD)
Speaker: Dr. Tina Birmpili, Executive Secretary, Ozone Secretariat of the Montreal Protocol, United Nations Environment
29 March 2017 Air Quality in the Northern Colorado Front Range: Results from FRAPPÉ and DISCOVER-AQ Campaigns
Speaker: Gabriele Pfister, NCAR
15 March 2017 Turning brown in the sun: Aldehydes, aqueous aerosol, and evaporating cloud droplets
Speaker: David DeHaan, UC San Diego & CU Boulder
2 March 2017 Stratospheric ozone extremes over the Arctic, their recent trends, and their impact on surface climate
Speaker: Lorenzo Polvani, Columbia University
23 February 2017 Intercontinental Pollution and Atmospheric River Transport Processes during the 2016 NOAA El Niño Rapid Response (ENRR) Field Campaign
Speaker: Brad Pierce, NOAA NESDIS Center for SaTellite Applications and Research (STAR) and UW-Madison CIMSS
15 February 2017 Structure and organization of Stratocumulus fields: A network approach
Speaker: Franziska Glassmeier, NOAA ESRL CSD
18 January 2017 Novel analytical approaches to characterizing the composition and source of aerosol brown carbon
Speaker: Cora Young, Department of Chemistry, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
11 January 2017 Towards integrated fire, atmosphere, and smoke modeling with WRF-Sfire-Chem
Speaker: Jan Mandel, Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, University of Colorado Denver