101st American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting

Atmospheric and Environmental Research Inc. (AER) is proud to announce its important contributions to the upcoming 101st American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting online the week of January 10, 2021. 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, environmental remote sensing, and greenhouse gas emissions.  The full scientific program for the Annual Meeting is found here: https://ams.confex.com/ams/101ANNUAL/meetingapp.cgi/Home/0


Optimizing the utilization of CYGNSS wind observations for numerical prediction of tropical cyclones.

Bachir Annane, Lidia Cucurull, R. Atlas, S. Mark Leidner, Sharanya J. Majumdar, Ross Hoffman, and Brian McNoldy.

Paper 3.4


Using CrIS Ammonia Observations to Improve Decision Making on PM2.5 Control Policies.

Nicholas Heath, Matthew Alvarado, Amy McVey, Chase Calkins, Karen Cady-Pereira, and Mark Shephard

Paper 5.3


Atmospheric Composition: From Fine-Scale Meteorological Influences to Global Distributions.

Jennifer Hegarty

Paper 14.6


The Standardized Evaporative Stress Ratio.

Eric Hunt, Jordan Christian, Jeff Basara, Stuart Edris, Jason Otkin, and Lauren Lowman

Paper 379


Impact of CYGNSS-derived near-surface winds on tropical cyclone forecasts in a global model.

Michael J. Mueller, B. Annane, S. M. Leidner, and L. Cucurull.

Paper 4.6


Displacement data assimilation - GSI implementation for WRF-ARW and FV3.

Thomas Nehrkorn, John Henderson, Daryl T. Kleist, Derek Stratman, and Xuguang Wang.

Paper 9.3


Assimilation of transformed retrievals in an Ensemble Transform Kalman Filter.

Thomas Nehrkorn, S. Mark Leidner, Ross N. Hoffman, Steven J. Greybush, Hartzel Gillespie, R. John Wilson, and Eugenia Kalnay.

Paper 235


GreenLITE™: A System for Quantifying Seasonal Emissions from Oil Sands Processing.

Timothy Pernini, Scott Zaccheo, Jeremy Dobler, and Nathan Blume

Paper 12.8


Performance of the BOWIE-M Compact Microwave Radiometer Sounder.

Todd Pett, Sean Geiger, Pan Liang, and John Galantowicz

Paper 8.10