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American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, USA
11th-15th December 2017

 

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting took place in New Orleans, Louisiana, from 11th to 15th December 2017.
LOA, PC2A, LPCA and SAGE laboratories presented their last results through lectures and poster presentations.

5 lectures : Christa Fittschen, Oleg Dubovik, Elena Charlene Maters, Manolis N Romanias and Céline Cornet were lecturing.
5 posters have been presented by Laurent Labonnote, Céline Cornet and Sebastien Dusanter.

Elena Maters was one of the conveners of the session "Laboratory Studies in Atmospheric Sciences" dedicated to gas-phase kinetics and product studies, heterogeneous chemistry, aqueous phase chemistry, chamber studies, spectroscopy, aerosol properties, and reaction mechanism development.
8 lectures and posters were associated to the participants listed above.
Lectures and posters are listed below.

AGU Fall Meeting is the largest worldwide conference in the geophysical sciences, attracting more than 22,000 Earth and space scientists, educators, students, and other leaders. It offers a unique mix of more than 20,000 oral and poster presentations, a broad range of keynote sessions, various types of formal and informal networking and career advancement opportunities. This year meeting brought together around 3 000 posters.
It is the ideal venue for receiving immediate feedback on research

Contacts :
Laurent Labonnote (LOA), Céline Cornet (LOA), Oleg Dubovik (LOA), Sebastien Dusanter (SAGE), Emmanouil Romanias (SAGE), Christa Fittschen (PC2A), Elena Charlene Maters (LPCA).

 


List of oral and poster presentations :

Lectures

Invited speaker
The reaction of peroxy radicals with OH: rate constants and HO2 yields
Christa M Fittschen(1), Emmanuel Assaf(1), Coralie Schoemaecker(1), Luc Vereecken(2)
(1) Université Lille, CNRS, UMR 8522, PC2A – Physicochimie des Processus de Combustion et de l’Atmosphère, F-59000 Lille, France
(2) Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Invited speaker
Characterization of Desert Dust from Ground­Based and Satellite Remote Sensing Observations (Invited),

Oleg Dubovik(1) ,Tatyana Lapyonok(1) , Pavel Litvinov(2), Anton Lopatin(2), Benjamin Torres(2), David Fuertes(2), Xin Huang(1), Fabrice Ducos(1), Yevgeny Derimian(1)
(1) Laboratoire d'Optique Atmosphérique (LOA), Université de Lille, France

(2) GRASP-SAS

Investigating Changes in Iron Solubility and Isotopic Composition of Mineral Dust and Industrial Ash during Simulated Atmospheric Processing
Elena Charlene Maters(1), Pascal Flament(1), Jeroen de Jong(2), Nadine D C Mattielli(2) and Karine Deboudt(1)
(1)Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l’Atmosphère, Dunkirk, France
(2)Université Libre de Bruxelles, Laboratoire G-Time, Brussels, Belgium

Heterogeneous reaction of NO2 with volcanic dust in the atmosphere: uptake coefficients and HONO formation yields
Manolis N Romanias*, Jérôme Lasne, Mohamad N. Zeineddine, Veronique Riffault, Frederic Thevenet
IMT Lille Douai, Atmospheric Sciences and Environmental Engineering (SAGE), Douai, France,

Retrieval of Cloud Properties from the Multi-spectral, Multi-viewing and Polarized Measurements of the Airborne Polarimeter OSIRIS
Christian Matar *, Céline Cornet, Frederic Parol, Laurent C.-Labonnote, Frederique Auriol, Jean-Marc Nicolas
Laboratoire d’Optique Atmosphérique, CNRS – Université de Lille, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France
--> Oral presentation: Céline Cornet

 

Posters

Field measurements of methylglyoxal using Proton Transfer Reaction-Time of flight-Mass Spectrometry
Sebastien Dusanter(1), Vincent Michoud(1), Stéphane Sauvage(1), Thierry Leonardis(2) and Nadine Locoge(1)
(1) IMT Lille Douai, Atmospheric Sciences and Environmental Engineering (SAGE), Douai, France
(2) Laboratoire Interuniversitaire des Systèmes Atmosphériques (LISA), Créteil, France

Development of a PERCA Instrument for Ambient Peroxy Radical Measurements
M. Duncianu(1), A. Lahib(1), A. Tomas(1), P. S. Stevens(2) and S. Dusanter(1)
(1) IMT Lille Douai, Atmospheric Sciences and Environmental Engineering (SAGE), Douai, France
(2) Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Bloomington, IN, United States

Ice cloud properties, an information content analysis from high spectral resolution measurements in the thermal infrared (IASI like)
L C.-Labonnote(1), A. J. Baran(2), J. Vidot(3) and H. Herbin(1)
(1) Laboratoire d'Optique Atmosphérique (LOA) , Université de Lille 1 Sciences et Technologies, France
(2) Met OfEice, Exeter, UK and the Department of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics, the University of Hertfordshire, HatEield, UK
(3) Centre de Météorologie Spatiale (CMS), Lannion, France
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OSIRIS (Observing System Including PolaRisation in the Solar Infrared Spectrum) instrument: a multi-directional, polarized radiometer in the visible and shortwave infrared, airborne prototype of 3MI / EPS-SG Eumetsat – ESA mission
Auriol, F.*, J.-M. Nicolas, F. Parol, J. Riedi , M. S. Djellali, C. Cornet, C. Matar, F. Waquet, M. Catalfamo, C. Delegove and R. Loisil
Laboratoire d’Optique Atmosphérique, CNRS – Université de Lille, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France
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3D Cloud Radiative Effects on Polarized Radiances
C. Cornet(1), L C-Labonnote(1) , C. Matar(1) , F. Szczap(2) , F. Waquet(1), F. Parol(1), J. Riedi (1)
(1) Laboratoire d'Optique Atmosphérique (LOA) , Université de Lille, France
(2) Laboratoire de Meteorologie Physique (LAMP), Université Clermont Auvergne (UCA), France
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Associated entries

Lectures

Measurements of total OH reactivity during PROPHET-AMOS 2016
Pamela Rickly(1), Joseph Sakowski(1), Brandon Bottorff(1), Michelle Lew(1), Philip S Stevens(1), Sofia Sklaveniti(2), Nadine Locoge(2) and Sebastien Dusanter(2)
(1) Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, United States,
(2) IMT Lille Douai, Atmospheric Sciences and Environmental Engineering (SAGE), Douai, France

Applications of the Hyper Angular Rainbow Polarimeter (HARP) instrument from aircraft and from space
Jose Vanderlei Martins(1), Roberto Armando Fernandez Borda(2), Brent McBride(1), Lorraine Ann Remer(1), Henrique M Barbosa(3), Oleg Dubovik(4)

(1) University of Maryland Baltimore County
(2) Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology
(3) Instituto de Física, Universidade de São Paulo
(4) Laboratoire d'Optique Atmosphérique (LOA), Université de Lille, France

Airborne characterization of aerosols over the contiguous United States during the SEAC4RS and DC3 campaigns: an in situ light scattering perspective
Reed Espinosa(1), Lorraine Remer(2), Anin Puthukkudy(2), Daniel Orozco(2), Oleg Dubovik(3), Jose-Vanderlei Martins(2)
(1) University of Maryland Baltimore County

(2) Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology, UMBC
(3) Laboratoire d'Optique Atmosphérique (LOA), Université de Lille, France

 

Posters

Measurements of the potential ozone production rate in a forest
Leigh Crilley(1), Sofia Sklaveniti(2), Lousia Kramer(3), William Bloss(3), James H Flynn(4), Sergio Luiz Alvarez(4), Matt Erickson(4), Sebastien Dusanter(2), Nadine Locoge(2), Philip S Stevens(5), Dylan B Millet(6), Hariprasad Dilip Alwe(6)
(1) University of Birmingham
(2) IMT Lille Douai, Atmospheric Sciences and Environmental Engineering (SAGE), Douai, France
(3) University of Birmingham
(4) University of Houston
(5) Indiana University
(6) University of Minnesota

Comparison of OH Reactivity Instruments in the Atmosphere Simulation Chamber SAPHIR.
Hendrik Fuchs(1), Anna Novelli(1), Michael Rolletter(1), Andreas Hofzumahaus(1), Eva Pfannerstill(2), Achim Edtbauer(3), Stephan Kessel(2), Jonathan Williams(2), Vincent Michoud(4), Sebastien Dusanter(4), Nadine Locoge(4), Nora Zannoni(5), Valerie Gros(5), Francois Truong(5), Roland Sarda Esteve(6), Danny R Cryer(7), Charlotte Brumby(7), Lisa Whalley(7), Daniel J Stone(7), Paul W Seakins(7), Dwayne E Heard(7), Coralie Schoemaecker(8), Marion Blocquet(8), Christa M Fittschen(8), Alexander B Thames(9), Sebastien Coudert(8), William H Brune(9), Sebastien Batut(8), Cheryl Tatum Ernest(2), Hartwig Harder(2), Thomas Elste(10), Birger Bohn(1), Thorsten Hohaus(1),  Frank Holland(1), Jennifer B. A. Muller(10), Xin Li(1), Franz Rohrer(1), Dagmaer Kubistin(10), Astrid Kiendler-Scharr(1), Ralf Tillmann(1), Stephanie Andres(1), Robert Wegener(1), Zhujun Yu(1), Qi Zou(11), Andreas Wahner(1)
(1) Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
(2) Max Planck Institute for Chemistry

(3) Boulder, CO, United States
(4) IMT Lille Douai, Atmospheric Sciences and Environmental Engineering, Douai, France

(5) LSCE Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement
(6) CEA/CNRS-UVSQ
(7) University of Leeds, National Centre for Atmospheric Science
(8) Université Lille, CNRS, UMR 8522, PC2A – Physicochimie des Processus de Combustion et de l’Atmosphère, F-59000 Lille, France
(9) Pennsylvania State University

(10) Deutscher Wetterdienst Meteorological Observatory Hohenpeissenberg (DWD)
(11) Peking University

Cirrus Horizontal Heterogeneity Effects on Cloud Optical Properties Retrieved from MODIS VNIR to TIR Channels as a Function of the Spatial Resolution
Thomas Fauchez(1) Steven E Platnick(2) Odran Sourdeval(3) Chenxi Wang(4) Kerry Meyer(5) Céline Cornet(6) Frédéric Szczap(7)
(1) Universities Space Research Association Greenbelt,
(2) NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
(3) University of Leipzig
(4) University of Maryland College Park
(5) NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
(6) Laboratoire d'Optique Atmosphérique
(7) Laboratoire de Météorologie Physique

Retrieval of Aerosol Properties from the Hyper Angular Rainbow Polarimeter (HARP) during the LMOS Campaign
Henrique M Barbosa(1), Jose-Vanderlei Martins(2), Brent McBride(3), Reed Espinosa(2), Roberto Armando Fernandez Borda(2), Lorraine Remer(4), Oleg Dubovik(5)
(1) USP University of Sao Paulo

(2) Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology, UMBC
(3) University of Maryland Baltimore County
(4) NASA Goddard Space Flight Cent
(5) Laboratoire d'Optique Atmosphérique (LOA), Université de Lille, France

Microphysical Properties of Alaskan Volcanic Ash
Anin Puthukkudy(1)(2), Reed Espinosa(1)(2), Adriana Rocha Lima(2)(3), Lorraine Remer(1)(2), Peter Richard Colarco(3), Patrick Whelley(3), Nickolay Anatoly Krotkov(3), Kelsey Young(4), Oleg Dubovik(5), Kristi Wallace(6)
(1) University of Maryland Baltimore County

(2) Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology, UMBC
(3) NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
(4) University of Texas, El Paso/Jacobs JETS Contract at NASA Johnson Space Center
(5) Laboratoire d'Optique Atmosphérique (LOA), Université de Lille, France
(6) U.S. Geological Survey