2016 colloquium presentations

Talks in order of presentation

25 July 2016

Estimating the global health benefits of air pollution mitigation
Susan Anenberg - Environmental Health Analytics LLC

Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry: A Long-term Perspective
Guy Brasseur - Max Planck Institute for Meteorology & NCAR

International Agreements, Domestic Laws, and Regulations
Bill Harnett - US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards

How scientific and technical air quality modeling tools interact with policy
Daven K. Henze - University of Colorado, Boulder

Bridging the gap between air quality science and management: The AQAST experience
Tracey Holloway - University of Winconsin, Madison

26 July 2016

The Clean Air Act - History, Overview and Structure
James "Skip" Spensley - Spensley & Associates

State Implementation Plans
Leah Martland - Colorado Department of Public Health, Air Pollution Control Division

Addressing Air Emissions in the Power Sector
Richard Haueber - US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation

Interaction of Science and Policy: Mobile Sources
Doug Decker - Colorado Department of Public Health, Mobile Sources Program

Stationary Source Regulations - NSPS, NESHAPs. NSR
Jana Milford - University of Colorado, Boulder

Life as a Woman Scientist in the Satellite World
Cathy Clerbaux - CNRS

27 July 2016

Enforcement Under Federal and State Clean Air Laws
Tom Roan - State of Colorado, Office of the Attorney General

AQ observations introduction
David P. Edwards - NCAR/ACOM

Overview of Air Quality Monitoring in the U.S. and the EPA AirNow Program
John E. White - US Environmental Protection Agency

The role of (aircraft) field campaigns in air quality research
Frank Flocke - NCAR/ACOM

Korea - United States Air Quality Study 1 May to 14 June 2016
Louisa Emmons - NCAR/ACOM

28 July 2016

Introduction to satellite AQ observations
David P. Edwards - NCAR/ACOM

Application of Inverse Methods to Atmospheric Remote Sensing
Kevin W. Bowman - University of California, Joint Institute for Regional Earth System Science and Engineering

Ultraviolet and visible trace gas measurements from satellites
Kelly Chance - Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory

Aerosol retrievals and measurements from space
Jun Wang - University of Nebraska, ARROMA

Something wicked this way comes: impact of ozone on air quality and climate
Kevin W. Bowman - University of California, Joint Institute for Regional Earth System Science and Engineering

16 years of Carbon monoxide (CO) observations from MOPITT
Helen Worden - NCAR/ACOM

Future mission: IASI-new generation
Cathy Clerbaux - CNRS

TEMPO Mission Overview and Status
Kelly Chance - Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory

July 29, 2016

Regulatory Models for Short-Range Air Quality Applications: Overview and Outlook
Jeffrey C. Weil - NCAR/RAL

The Community Multi-scale Air Quality (CMAQ) Modeling System: Past, Recent Developments, and New Directions
Rohit Mathur - Computational Exposure Division, National Exposure Research Laboratory, US Environmental Protection Agency

Global Modeling of Air Quality
Jean-François Lamarque - NCAR/ACOM

Global and Regional Modeling
Pius Lee - NOAA Air Resources Lab

WRF-Chem: Online vs Offline Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling
Ravan Ahmadov - CIRES Univeristy of Colorado & NOAA/ESRL

Air Quality Issues in the US National Parks – Applied Science
Kristi Gebhart, Mike Bell & Bret Schichtel - National Park Service, Air Resources Division

August 1, 2016

Overview of U.S. Forecasting/Outreach Methods
John E. White, US Environmental Protection Agency

Partnership in Air Quality Forecasting - Local agency forecasters, managers and NOAA
Pius Lee – NOAA Air Resources Lab

Air Quality Forecasting - Canada
Veronique Bouchet - Environment Canada

Air quality forecasting in Europe
Richard Engelen - ECMWF

Air Quality Forecast and Modeling over Asia
For a Bridge between Scientific Findings and Policy
Zifa Wang - Chinese Academy of Sciences LAPC/IAP

In-line CMAQ5.1-NMMB via NUOPC
Pius Lee and Barry Baker - NOAA/Air Resources Laboratory

August 2, 2016

Intro to DA: The Ensemble Kalman Filter
Jeff Anderson - NCAR Data Assimilation Research Section

Chemical Data Assimilation - The Need for Closer Integration of Measurements and Models
Greg Carmichael - University of Iowa

Fundamental Perspectives of DA
Ave Arellano - University of Arizona

AQ Data Assimilation - Methods 2
Richard Ménard - Environment Canada, Air Quality Research Division

Advances in Assimilation of Atmospheric Composition Observations
Arthur Mizzi - NCAR/ACOM

August 3, 2016

Emissions: What, Why, Where, How?
Christine Wiedinmyer - NCAR/ACOM

An Overview of Mobile Source Emissionsand their Impacts on Air Quality and Climate
Brian McDonald - CIRES, CU Boulder - NOAA

August 4, 2016

Emission Estimation
Dylan Jones - University of Toronto

Inverse Problems and Emission (Parameter) Estimation
Daven K. Henze - University of Colorado, Boulder

Joint Estimation of State and Emissions
Ave Arellano - University of Arizona

How to Develop your Successful Career
Guy Brasseur - Max Planck Institute for Meteorology & NCAR

August 5, 2016

Group 1 Presentations
Cenlin He, Lu Shen, Alexandra Karambelas, Alba Lorente Delgado, Garyfalia Marougianni, Meng Gao, Irene Dedoussi, Hans Chen, Maryam Abdi-Oskouei

Group 2 Presentations
Adam Leelossy, Cathy Li, Kwungha Lee, Lina Luo, Pablo Hernandez, Sheng-Po Shen, Sojin Lee, Takashi Sekiya, Wenfu Tang, Yuemei Han

Group 3 Presentations
Aishwarya Raman, Yuyan Cui, Xueling Liu, Xuekun Fang, Alicia Gressent, Mingwei Li, Negin Sobhani, Charlotte Riggs, Caitlin Augustson, Audrey Gaudel, Mariel Friberg