Workshop Details
Aerosol-Cloud Chemistry Workshop
08/02/2010 - 08/06/2010
Meeting Description:

The interactions of aerosol particles with cloud structures continue to cause significant uncertainties in the radiative balance of the atmosphere and several aspects of precipitation. There are a number of open questions relating to the chemistry of aerosol-cloud interactions for both warm clouds and ice clouds. Many of these questions involve both chemistry and microphysics. Topics will include both the aqueous chemistry in cloud droplets and the microphysics of the activation and scavenging process. Findings from field, laboratory, and modelling studies will be included. This workshop will include 24 talks, including 12 held jointly with the organic aerosol workshop.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Avenue Telluride CO 81435

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Adams, Peter Carnegie Mellon University 8/1
8/6
Baltensperger, Urs Paul Scherrer Institut 8/1
8/6
Ching, Joseph Univ of Illinois 8/1
8/6
Y
Chuang, Patrick University of California Santa Cruz 8/1
8/6
DeMott, Paul Colorado State University 8/1
8/6
Y
Feingold, Graham NOAA 8/2
8/6
Frossard, Amanda Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Koop, Thomas Bielefeld University 8/1
8/6
Y
Leaitch, Richard Environment Canada 8/3
8/7
Liu, Shang Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of 8/1
8/6
Nenes, Athanasios Georgia Institute of Technology
Pandis, Spyros Carnegie Mellon University 8/1
8/6
Pöschl, Ulrich Max Planck Institute for Chemistry 8/1
8/6
Quinn, Patricia NOAA PMEL 8/1
8/6
Riemer, Nicole University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 8/1
8/6
Y
Roberts, Greg CNRS / SIO-UCSD 8/1
8/6
Russell, Lynn Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Sorooshian, Armin University of Arizona 8/1
8/6
Y
Tsigaridis, Kostas Columbia University 8/1
8/6
Y

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