97th American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting

Bob Morris
January 20, 2017

97th American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting

Bob Morris, January 20, 2017

Atmospheric and Environmental Research Inc (AER) proudly announces its important contributions to the 97th American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting in Seattle the week of January 23, 2017. AER researchers across a number of weather-related disciplines, along with co-authors at other top research institutions, will present their work in the poster and oral papers listed below (AER authors in bold type), including research in advanced data assimilation, radiative transfer modeling, environmental remote sensing, algorithm and ground system development, system simulation experiments, and air quality.  The full scientific program for the Annual Meeting is found here: https://ams.confex.com/ams/97Annual/webprogram/

 

  1. Modeling of precipitation-impacted microwave radiances for application to assimilation in numerical weather prediction models. Moncet, J.-L., A. Lipton and P. Liang
  2. Assimilation of Hyperspectral Satellite Data Projected on Optimal Spectral Sampling (OSS) Nodes. A. Lipton, J.-L. Moncet, and P. Liang
  3. Analysis of Real-Time Monitoring and Mapping of CO2 Concentrations over Paris, France. T. Scott Zaccheo, J. T. Dobler, T. G. Pernini, N. Blume, G. Broquet, M. Ramonet, J. Staufer, and F. Vogel
  4. GOES-R Launch: Overview of Baseline Level 2 Products Generated from End-to-End Analysis and Testing. Paul A. Van Rompay, E. J. Kennelly, A. O. Schutte III, W. Wolf, S. Sampson, R. Kaiser, H. E. Snell, and T. S. Zaccheo
  5. GOES-R: Overview of Baseline Level 2 Products Generated from End-to-End Analysis and Testing. August O. Schutte III, R. Kaiser, T. S. Zaccheo, P. A. Van Rompay, H. E. Snell, W. W. Wolf, and S. Sampson
  6. Impact of Atmospheric State Uncertainties on Retrieved XCO2 Columns from Laser Differential Absorption Spectrometer Measurements and the Effect of O2-Derived Surface Pressure on XCO2 Retrieval Accuracy. Timothy G. Pernini, T. S. Zaccheo, R. L. Pernak, and E. V. Browell
  7. A Collaborative Approach for Algorithm Operationalization. Alexander Werbos, L. E. Dafoe, S. Marley, and T. S. Zaccheo
  8. A Scalable, Cloud-Based Implementation of a Complete Ground Processing System.  Alexander Werbos, D. B. Hogan, D. Hunt, C. Oliveira, H. E. Snell, T. S. Zaccheo, and E. Steinfelt
  9. Harris Multifunctional Fiber-Laser Lidar; The Transition to an Operational Instrument for an Airborne CO2 Lidar in Support of ACT-America. Jeremy T. Dobler, D. McGregor, N. Blume, S. A. Kooi, J. Digangi, K. J. Davis, C. W. O'Dell, T. S. Zaccheo, J. Campbell, E. V. Browell, and B. Lin
  10. Creating Vector Winds from Simulated CYGNSS Ocean Surface Wind Speed Retrievals Using Variational Analysis. S. Mark Leidner, B. Annane, R. N. Hoffman, and R. Atlas
  11. Severe Weather Simulation Experiment (QuickOSSE) Using Super Constellations of GNSS Radio Occultation Satellites. S. Mark Leidner, T. Nehrkorn, J. M. Henderson, M. Mountain, T. P. Yunck, and R. N. Hoffman
  12. The Cross-Calibrated Multi-Platform (CCMP) Ocean Vector Wind Analysis (V2.0). Carl A. Mears, L. Ricciardulli, J. Scott, R. Hoffman, S. M. Leidner, R. Atlas, and F. J. Wentz
  13. Impact of Simulated CYGNSS Ocean Surface Winds on Tropical Cyclone Analyses and Forecasts in a Regional OSSE Framework. Bachir Annane, B. D. McNoldy, S. M. Leidner, R. N. Hoffman, R. Atlas, and S. J. Majumdar
  14. Assimilation of CYGNSS Ocean Surface Winds in HWRF. Bachir Annane, S. M. Leidner, B. D. McNoldy, R. N. Hoffman, and R. Atlas
  15. Evaluating Model Parameterizations of Submicron Aerosol Scattering and Absorption with In Situ Data from ARCTAS 2008. Matt Alvarado, C. R. Lonsdale, H. L. Macintyre, H. Bian, M. Chin, D. A. Ridley, C. L. Heald, and C. Wang
  16. Evaluating WRF Simulations of Planetary Boundary Layer Processes during the Baltimore – Washington, DC DISCOVER-AQ Field Campaign. Jen Hegarty, J. Henderson, J. Lewis Jr., E. McGrath-Spangler, A. J. Scarino, R. Adams-Selin, R. Ferrare, E. J. Welton, and P. L. DeCola