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AQUARIUS (AIR QUALITY IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presentations

  1. Welcome Remarks - Gannet Hallar, University of Utah
  2. AQUARIUS - Chris Cappa, UC Davis
  3. Aircraft Measurements in Polluted Winter Boundary Layers - Steve Brown, Chemical Sciences Division, NOAA Earth Systems Research Laboratory
  4. Planning a NSF Facilities Request - Gannet Hallar, University of Utah
  5. Measurements to Address Science Questions - Kelley Barsanti, UC Riverside
  6. Atmospheric Chemistry, Carbon Cycle and Climate (AC4) Program - Monika Kopacz, NOAA AC4
  7. Utah Policy and Stakeholder Context - Logan Mitchell, University of Utah

  1. WINTER - Joel Thorton, University of Washington
  2. Reduced Nitrogen in the Western US in Winter - Jennifer Murphy, University of Toronto
  3. Wintertime Emissions and Chemistry of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - Joost de Gouw, University of Colorado Boulder
  4. Quantifying Urban Emissions Influencing Wintertime Ammonium Nitrate Formation - Brian McDonald, University of Colorado, CIRES
  5. Isotopic constraints on heterogeneous production of nitrate in extreme haze in Beijing - Becky Alexander, University of Washington
  6. Fast Photochemistry Discovered in Winter Beijing: Evisdences, Reasons and Impacts - Keding Lu, Peking University

 

AGENDA

An agenda of the workshop can be found here for reference:

AGENDA

ATTENDEES

A list of the attendees who attended the conference is available here:

Attendees

Last Updated: 10/3/19