33 AER scientists contribute 28 research studies at AGU Fall Meeting 2013

Location: 
American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Date: 
December 9, 2013 - December 13, 2013

AER is proud that 10 of our scientists have been confirmed to present their research on a wide range of topics at AGU. In all, 33 AER scientists contributed to 28 research studies in 7 science categories ranging from greenhouse gases to land surface processes to space weather. Read more...

Science category AER studies contributed AER is lead author and presenter
AER science research presented at AGU
Greenhouse gases 10 2
Climate analysis 3 1
Numerical Weather Prediction 3 1
Land Surface Processes 5 3
Air Quality 4 1
Space Weather 2 2
Gravity and geodesy 1 0
Total 28 10

Greenhouse gases

Presented:

  • Impacts of Uncertainties in Atmospheric State on Differential Absorption Spectroscopy Retrievals of Column XCO2 Mixing Ratios. (A23H-06) T Scott Zaccheo; Timothy Pernini; Edward V. Browell; Jeremy T. Dobler; Fenton W. Harrison; John Henderson; Syed Ismail; Michael D. Obland
  • Impacts of updated spectroscopy on retrievals of CO2 and CH4 from TES observations evaluated with HIPPO observations. (A21G-0150) Matthew Alvarado; Vivienne Payne; Karen E. Cady-Pereira; Susan S. Kulawik; Jennifer D. Hegarty; Kevin Wecht; John Worden; Eli J. Mlawer

Contributed Research:

  • Assessing the capabilities of an active space-borne CO2 sensor to estimate regional CO2 fluxes over North America. (A13C-0203) Yoichi P. Shiga; Anna M. Michalak; Vineet Yadav; Marikate Mountain; John Henderson; Janusz Eluszkiewicz; Thomas Nehrkorn; Ryan Aschbrenner; T Scott Zaccheo; James S. Wang
  • Developing a Continuous Hemispheric View of Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The GeoCARB Mission. (A12C-08) Berrien Moore; Robert B. Chatfield; David L. Chenette; Sean Crowell; Stephan R. Kawa; John B. Kumer; Joseph Mobilia; Denis M. OBrien; Igor N. Polonsky; Richard L. Rairden; Peter J. Rayner; Aidan E. Roche; T Scott Zaccheo
  • Technology advancement for the ASCENDS mission using the ASCENDS CarbonHawk Experiment Simulator (ACES). (A13C-0212) Michael D. Obland; Charles Antill; Edward V. Browell; Joel F. Campbell; SONGSHENG CHEN; Craig Cleckner; Mary S. Dijoseph; Fenton W. Harrison; Syed Ismail; Bing Lin; Byron L. Meadows; Carl Mills; Amin R. Nehrir; Anthony Notari; Narasimha S. Prasad; Susan A. Kooi; Nicholas Vitullo; Jeremy T. Dobler; Joseph Bender; Nathan Blume; Michael Braun; Steve Horney; Doug McGregor; Mark Neal; Mark Shure; T Scott Zaccheo; Berrien Moore; Sean Crowell; Peter J. Rayner; Wayne Welch
  • Separate Estimation of Boundary Inflow and Surface Influences on CO2 over North America using In Situ and Column Observations. (A13K-02) Arlyn E. Andrews; David Baker; Joshua S. Benmergui; Janusz Eluszkiewicz; Anna M. Michalak; Marikate Mountain; Thomas Nehrkorn; Christopher O'Dell; Xuemei Qiu; Chrisopher Sloop; Colm Sweeney; Pieter P. Tans; Kirk W. Thoning; Michael Trudeau; Vineet Yadav
  • Observing System Simulations for ASCENDS: Synthesizing Science Measurement Requirements. (A23H-01) (Invited). Stephan R. Kawa; David F. Baker; Andrew E. Schuh; Sean Crowell; Peter J. Rayner; Dorit Hammerling; Anna M. Michalak; James S. Wang; Janusz Eluszkiewicz; Lesley Ott; T Scott Zaccheo; James B. Abshire; Edward V. Browell; Berrien Moore; David Crisp
  • CARVE Measurements of Atmospheric Methane Concentrations and Emissions in Arctic and Boreal Alaska. (B31I-05) Charles E. Miller; John B. Miller; Rachel Y. Chang; Colm Sweeney; Anna Karion; Steven C. Wofsy; John Henderson; Janusz Eluszkiewicz; Marikate Mountain; Walter C. Oechel
  • Constraining estimates of methane emissions from Arctic permafrost regions with CARVE. (B33K-0611) Rachel Y. Chang; Anna Karion; Colm Sweeney; John Henderson; Marikate Mountain; Janusz Eluszkiewicz; Kristina A. Luus; John C. Lin; Steve Dinardo; Charles E. Miller; Steven C. Wofsy
  • Measurements and modeling of CH4 and CO2 in the Boston Metro area and Northeastern Megalopolis. (A44F-04) Steven C. Wofsy; Kathryn McKain; Jia Chen; Patricia Levi; Elaine Gottlieb; Lucy Hutyra; Steve M. Raciti; Nathan G. Phillips; William Callahan; Phil Decola; Taylor Jones; Jennifer D. Hegarty; Thomas Nehrkorn; Marikate Mountain; Janusz Eluszkiewicz; John Henderson; John Budney; Colm Sweeney

Climate Analysis

Presented:

  • Linking Siberian Snow Cover to Precursors of Stratospheric Variability. (SA23A-2049) Judah L. Cohen; Jason C. Furtado; Justin Jones; Mathew A. Barlow; David P. Whittleston; Dara Entekhabi

Contributed Research:

  • Relationships Among Precipitation, Precipitable Water, and Surface Air Temperature over Northern Eurasia. (A42A-06) Hengchun Ye; Eric J. Fetzer; Sun Wong; Ali Behrangi; Edward T. Olsen; Bjorn Lambrigtsen; Judah L. Cohen
  • The impact of Arctic sea ice trends on the interpretation of forcing relationships. (C31A-0634) David P. Whittleston; Dara Entekhabi; Judah L. Cohen

Numerical Weather Prediction

Presented:

  • Correcting for Position Errors in Variational Data Assimilation. (NG12A-03) Thomas Nehrkorn; Bryan K. Woods; Thomas Auligne; Ross N. Hoffman

Contributed Research:

  • Effects of Assimilation Window Length and Radiatively Active Water Ice Clouds on Martian Thermal Tides and Martian Atmosphere Predictability. (P41C-1931) Yongjing Zhao; Steven J. Greybush; Eugenia Kalnay; Ross N. Hoffman; R John Wilson
  • Overview of New Cloud Optical Properties in Air Force Weather Worldwide Merged Cloud Analysis. (A41C-0058) Timothy E. Nobis; Mark D. Conner

Land Surface Processes

Presented:

  • Satellite-Based Estimates of Evapotranspiration Compared with Estimates from Land Surface Models and Flux Towers: Drivers of Discrepancies and their Spatial and Temporal Patterns. (H21P-04) Alan Lipton; Pan Liang; John F. Galantowicz; Jean-Luc Moncet; Carlos Jimenez; Catherine Prigent; Filipe Aires; Gennady Uymin
  •  Assessment of Cryospheric Products Derived from Microwave Sensors Using the MiRS Algorithm with Applications to GCOM-W/AMSR2. (OS41A-1807) Christopher Grassotti; Sid A. Boukabara; Kevin Garrett; Tanvir Islam; Viktor Zubko; Xiwu Zhan; Amanda Mims
  • Using a modified Fecan soil moisture calculation to predict dust emissions over semi-arid and arid regions. (A51K-04) Eric D. Hunt; Rebecca Adams-Selin; Sandra L. Jones; Glenn Creighton

Contributed Research:

  • Long term trends in GPP and ET on the Mongolian Plateau in context of climate and land cover/land use change. (GC21D-0865)  (Invited) Ranjeet John; Jiquan Chen; zutao yang; Jingfeng Xiao; Mohamed Abd salam M. El Vilaly; Arindam Samanta; Sangram Ganguly; Ochirbat Batkhishig; Geli Zhang
  • New insights into the diurnal variability of animal NH3 emissions using in-situ, satellite and aloft observations. (A42B-06) Jesse O. Bash; Daven K. Henze; Liye Zhu; Gill-Ran Jeong; John T. Walker; John B. Nowak; J A. Neuman; Karen E. Cady-Pereira; Mark W. Shephard; Ming Luo; Robert W. Pinder

Air Quality

Presented:

  • Ammonia Measurements by the NASA Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer (TES) and the NPP Suomi Cross-Track Infrared Sounder (CrIS). (A42B-05) Karen E. Cady-Pereira; Mark W. Shephard; Daven K. Henze; Juleit Zhu; Robert W. Pinder; Jesse O. Bash; John T. Walker; Ming Luo

Contributed Research:

  • Global formic acid measurements from space: The importance of biomass burning emissions. (A31C-0098) Sreelekha Chaliyakunnel; Dylan B. Millet; Kelley C. Wells; Karen E. Cady-Pereira; Mark W. Shephard
  • Recent Progress and Emerging Issues in Measuring and Modeling Biomass Burning Emissions. (A34A-02) Robert J. Yokelson; Chelsea Stockwell; Patrick R. Veres; Lindsay E. Hatch; Kelley C. Barsanti; Isobel J. Simpson; Donald R. Blake; Matthew Alvarado; Sonia M. Kreidenweis; Allen L. Robinson; Sheryl K. Akagi; Gavin R. McMeeking; Elizabeth Stone; Jessica Gilman; Carsten Warneke; Arthur J. Sedlacek; Lawrence I. Kleinman
  • Global satellite retrievals of Peroxy Acetyl Nitrate (PAN) in the troposphere. (A53C-0182) Vivienne Payne; Matthew Alvarado; Karen E. Cady-Pereira; John Worden; Susan S. Kulawik; Emily V. Fischer

Space Weather

Presented:

  • Solar Energetic Proton Nowcast for Low Earth Orbits. (SH53A-2144) Lisa M. Winter; Richard A. Quinn
  • Correlating Type II and III Radio Bursts with Solar Energetic Particle Events. (SH53A-2147) Kathryn Ledbetter; Lisa M. Winter; Richard A. Quinn

Gravity and geodesy

Contributed Research:

  • Tests on the reliability of atmospheric reanalysis models in the context of Earth rotation. (G11C-03) Michael Schindelegger; Johannes Böhm; David A. Salstein

 

The American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) Annual Fall meeting occurred 9-13 December 2013, in San Francisco, California.

Bold names are AER scientists. Underscored names are presenters at AGU.