Presentations

2019

Potential constraints on remote oxidation in chemistry-climate models using ATom-1, 2 and 3 observations

American Meteorological Society, Phoenix, Arizona, 2019

Colleen Baublitz

The sensitivity of Southeast U.S. ozone abundance and production to dry deposition

American Meteorological Society, Phoenix, Arizona, 2019

Colleen Baublitz

Quantifying the health benefits of emission reduction over New York State using multiple PM2.5 products

HAQAST5 Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 2019

Xiaomeng Jin

Overview and updates from the Haze Tiger Team

NASA HAQAST5 Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 2019

Arlene Fiore

Chemistry-climate connections from polluted to remote atmospheric regions

Sack Lunch Seminar Series, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 2019

Arlene Fiore

Variability in background U.S. ozone pollution: An underappreciated role for the terrestrial biosphere?

Parsons Seminar, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 2019

Arlene Fiore

Diagnosing long-term and short-term changes in ozone production sensitivity to precursor emissions: the view from space

EGU General Assembly 2019, Vienna, Austria, 2019

Xiaomeng Jin

Diagnosing long-term and short-term changes in ozone production sensitivity to precursor emissions: the view from space

9th GEOS-Chem Meeting, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 2019

Xiaomeng Jin

More frequent and longer duration pollution and heat events over the 21st century in a small chemistry-climate model ensemble

Workshop on Correlated Extremes, Columbia University, New York, NY, 2019

Arlene Fiore

Applications of satellite remote sensing to infer distributions and chemistry of two major air pollutants: PM2.5 and O3

NYSDEC Division of Air’s Bureau of Air Quality Analysis and Research (BAQAR) Seminar, Albany, NY, 2019

Xiaomeng Jin

Two-decade changes of ground-level ozone-NOx-VOC chemistry over the U.S. urban areas: the view from space

NASA HAQAST 6 Meeting, Pasadena, CA, 2019

Xiaomeng Jin

Updates from the Haze Tiger Team

NASA HAQAST6 Meeting, Pasadena, CA, 2019

Arlene Fiore

Chemistry-climate connections from polluted to remote atmospheric regions

NCAR Thompson Lecture Series, Boulder, CO, 2019

Arlene Fiore

Science with Stakeholders: Collaborative research with air quality and health applications

NCAR Thompson Lecture Series, Boulder, CO, 2019

Arlene Fiore

Diagnosing long-term and short-term changes in ozone production sensitivity to precursor emissions over U.S. urban area

Aura Science Team Meeting, Pasadena, CA, 2019

Xiaomeng Jin

Comparing PM2.5 exposure products for estimating health benefits of emission controls: the value of satellite remote sensing

FASCINATE Workshop, NCAR, Boulder, CO, 2019

Xiaomeng Jin

Comparing PM2.5 exposure products for estimating health benefits of emission controls in New York

CDC Tracking Annual Recipient Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2019

Xiaomeng Jin

Using space-based observations to guide emission control strategies for surface ozone pollution

MIT CEE Rising Stars Workshop, Cambridge, MA, 2019

Xiaomeng Jin

Inferring distributions of ground-level PM2.5 from space: Uncertainty, trends over New York State and public health implications

Air Quality Research Seminars and Discussion (AQRSD), 2019

Xiaomeng Jin

Assessing two potential proxies for the hydroxyl radical (OH) with ATom data

Atmospheric Tomography (ATom) Science Team Meeting, Boulder, Colorado, 2019

Colleen Baublitz

 
 

2018

Potential constraints on remote oxidation in chemistry-climate models using ATom-1, 2 and 3 observations

American Meteorological Society, Phoenix, Arizona, 2019

The sensitivity of Southeast U.S. ozone abundance and production to dry deposition

American Meteorological Society, Phoenix, Arizona, 2019

Quantifying the health benefits of emission reduction over New York State using multiple PM2.5 products

HAQAST5 Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 2019

Overview and updates from the Haze Tiger Team

NASA HAQAST5 Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 2019

Chemistry-climate connections from polluted to remote atmospheric regions

Sack Lunch Seminar Series, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 2019

Variability in background U.S. ozone pollution: An underappreciated role for the terrestrial biosphere?

Parsons Seminar, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 2019

Diagnosing long-term and short-term changes in ozone production sensitivity to precursor emissions: the view from space

EGU General Assembly 2019, Vienna, Austria, 2019

Diagnosing long-term and short-term changes in ozone production sensitivity to precursor emissions: the view from space

9th GEOS-Chem Meeting, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 2019

More frequent and longer duration pollution and heat events over the 21st century in a small chemistry-climate model ensemble

Workshop on Correlated Extremes, Columbia University, New York, NY, 2019

Applications of satellite remote sensing to infer distributions and chemistry of two major air pollutants: PM2.5 and O3

NYSDEC Division of Air’s Bureau of Air Quality Analysis and Research (BAQAR) Seminar, Albany, NY, 2019

Two-decade changes of ground-level ozone-NOx-VOC chemistry over the U.S. urban areas: the view from space

NASA HAQAST 6 Meeting, Pasadena, CA, 2019

Updates from the Haze Tiger Team

NASA HAQAST6 Meeting, Pasadena, CA, 2019

Chemistry-climate connections from polluted to remote atmospheric regions

NCAR Thompson Lecture Series, Boulder, CO, 2019

Science with Stakeholders: Collaborative research with air quality and health applications

NCAR Thompson Lecture Series, Boulder, CO, 2019

Diagnosing long-term and short-term changes in ozone production sensitivity to precursor emissions over U.S. urban area

Aura Science Team Meeting, Pasadena, CA, 2019

Comparing PM2.5 exposure products for estimating health benefits of emission controls: the value of satellite remote sensing

FASCINATE Workshop, NCAR, Boulder, CO, 2019

Comparing PM2.5 exposure products for estimating health benefits of emission controls in New York

CDC Tracking Annual Recipient Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2019

Using space-based observations to guide emission control strategies for surface ozone pollution

MIT CEE Rising Stars Workshop, Cambridge, MA, 2019

Inferring distributions of ground-level PM2.5 from space: Uncertainty, trends over New York State and public health implications

Air Quality Research Seminars and Discussion (AQRSD), 2019

Assessing two potential proxies for the hydroxyl radical (OH) with ATom data

Atmospheric Tomography (ATom) Science Team Meeting, Boulder, Colorado, 2019