AER authors 43 oral/poster presentations at AGU Fall Meeting & AMS Annual Meeting

Ron Isaacs
December 4, 2014

We look forward to seeing colleagues at both the AGU Fall Meeting and the AMS Annual Meeting and hope you'll take a few moments to stop by some of AER's technical presentations.

As always, scientists and software engineers from Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) are contributing significantly to the meetings, giving 43 oral and/or poster presentations over the course of these two scientific conferences. In all, 38 AER authors contributed to this research.

American Geophysical Union, December 15-19

AER scientists and software engineers will author and/or coauthor a total of 25 oral and poster presentations on cutting-edge environmental research at the 2014 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco. The AER papers represent a broad set of key research undertakings in the environmental sciences, including important advances in:

  • Remote sensing and quantitative retrieval of atmospheric constituents (including carbon dioxide and methane) and land surface properties from satellite instruments,
  • Understanding and modeling of atmospheric pollutants for air quality applications,
  • Meteorological measurements, data assimilation, and numerical weather prediction,
  • Characterization and prediction of solar flares and energetic particle events, as well as other studies of the space environment, and
  • Searching for climate signals in the fluctuations and distributions of oceanic mass and density.

See details about AER’s topics at AGU.

American Meteorological Society, January 5-8

Our scientists and software engineers will author and/or coauthor 18 oral and poster presentations at the 2015 American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting in Phoenix. In addition to many of the interesting topics mentioned above for the Dec. 2014 AGU conference, the AER papers at the AMS meeting will describe key findings on the following subjects:

  • Observing System Simulation Experiment (OSSE) systems, and determining the impacts of new sensors on numerical weather prediction,
  • Algorithms and products for the new GOES-R satellite system,
  • Active remote sensing of atmospheric carbon dioxide using LIDAR techniques, and
  • Science support to operational weather analysis and forecasting.

View the topics and AER authors at AMS.

See you in San Francisco and/or Phoenix! Drop us a note if you would like to connect while there.

Ron Isaacs
Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), a division of Verisk Climate