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AIR Archive (2011)

Time Speaker Title
8:00am Breakfast and registration
8:30am Opening remarks
8:45am Anna Wonaschütz Impact of a Large Wildfire on Water-Soluble Organic Aerosol in Los Angeles County
9:00am Hanh Duong Airborne Measurements of Water Soluble Organic Carbon in Ambient Aerosols in Southern California
9:15am Carlos Minjarez-Sosa Relationship Between Cloud-to-Ground Lightning Events and Precipitation During a Time Evolving MCS Event in Southern Arizona
9:30am Break
9:45am Mike Stovern Laboratory and Ground Testing Results from ATOMMS: the Active Temperature, Ozone and Moisture Microwave Spectrometer
10:00am Mason Quick Optical Energy Radiated by Lightning
10:15am Jason Ninneman COSMOS in Walnut Gulch
10:30am Break
10:45am Genevieve Valliere-Kelley Intensity Estimation of Tropical Cyclones Using a Revised Deviation Angle Variance Technique
11:00am Nathan Johnson Tropical Cyclones and Cloud Microphysics: How Micro-Processes Can Have a Huge Impact
11:15am Simona Seastrand Statistical Analysis and Mechanisms of the North American Monsoon System Precipitation Events
11:30am Poster session - Catalina Room
12:00pm Lunch
1:15pm Adam Gray Effects of Orbital Eccentricity on the Atmospheres of Hot Jupiters
1:30pm Koichi Sakaguchi Temporal and Spatial Scale Dependence of IPCC AR4 Climate Models in Simulating the Surface Temperature Trend
1:45pm Michael Brunke Intercomparison and Assessment of Uncertainties in Ocean Surface Turbulent Fluxes in 11 Reanalysis, Satellite-Derived, and Combined Products
2:00pm Break
2:15pm Patrick Broxton Enhancing an Overland Flow Model for Flash Flood Predictions in Multiple Environments
2:30pm William Scheftic High-resolution Bias-Adjusted Ensemble Precipitation Forecasts for Driving Probabilistic Streamflow Forecasts
2:45pm Brad Christoffersen Suck it up: Root Water Uptake and Infiltration Schemes Explain Biomass Dynamics Differences in Dynamic Vegetation Models Applied to Amazonia
Keynote Speaker
3:00pm Dr. Peter Molnar Mantle Dynamics and the Rise and Fall of Mountain Belts