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Colloquia for Spring 2009

Date Title Presenter Abstract Video
January 22 Fixing the Sky: Does Geo-engineering have a history? James Fleming
Hosted by Eric Maloney
N/A None
January 29 Irreversible Aerosol-Forming Reactions of Volatile Dicarbonyl and Amine Compounds David de Haan
Hosted by The Department
N/A None
February 5 A paleoclimatic perspective on future sea level rise and drought: it could get worse than we think Jonathan Overpeck
Hosted by Dave Randell
N/A None
February 12 Constraints on Tropospheric Ozone Production: From Aircraft Observations to in situ Heterogeneous Kinetics Tim Bertram
Hosted by Colette Heald
N/A None
February 19 Insights into Tropospheric Chemsitry: New Results Utilizing EOS TES Annmarie Eldering
Hosted by Colette Heald
N/A None
February 26 20th and 21st Century Climate Change: Computer Modeling, Societal Impacts, and Environmental Justice Warren Washington
Hosted by Dave Randell
N/A None
March 5 Meridional heat flux in the coupled atmosphere-ocean system Geoff Vallis
Hosted by Thomas Birner
N/A None
March 12 Perennial Arctic Sea Ice: Here today, gone tomorrow? Marika Holland
Hosted by Eric Maloney
N/A None
March 26 Stratospheric severe weather: the dynamics of sudden stratospheric warmings Thomas Birner
Hosted by The Department
N/A None
April 2 Cloud ice: A climate model challenge with signs and expectations of progress Duane Waliser
Hosted by Dick Johnson
N/A None
April 9 The Asian monsoon anticyclone, pollution near the tropopause and transport to the stratosphere Bill Randel
Hosted by Thomas Birner
N/A None
April 16 The ENSO-North African-Asian Jet Teleconnection: Dynamics and Implications Jeffrey Shaman
Hosted by Eric Maloney
N/A None
April 23 A-train studies of temperature and water vapor variance scaling and upper tropospheric relative humidity distributions Brian Kahn
Hosted by Steve Miller
N/A None
April 30 Simulating the Past, Present and Future of the Tropical Tropopause Layer Andrew Gettelman
Hosted by Eric Maloney
N/A None

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