Calendar for 2013-2014

June 7, 2013 (Friday), 11:00 AM, Mona Campbell, Room: 2107
 Speaker: Fangqun Yu, State University of New York at Albany
 Title: Anthropogenic contribution to cloud condensation nuclei and the first aerosol indirect climate effect

June 24, 2013 (Monday), 11:00 AM, Dunn Bld, Room 101
 Speaker: Jean-Pierre Blanchet, University of Quebec at Montreal
 Title: On Monitoring Thin Ice Cloud Microphysics in the High Arctic

July 26, 2013 (Friday), 2:30 PM, Dunn Bld, Room 101 
Speaker: Geert Vinken, University of Eindhoven
 Title: From supertanker to bacteria: constraining both large and small scale European NOx emissions using OMI NO2 and GEOS-Chem

Aug 22, 2013 (Thursday), 11:00 AM, Dunn Bld, Room 101
 Speaker: David Hudak, Environment Canada
 Title: Environment Canadafs Weather Radar Renewal Program

Sept 6, 2013 (Friday), 2:30 PM, Dunn Bld, Room 101 
Speaker: Andrew Sayer, NASA
 Title: New and forthcoming Deep Blue satellite aerosol data products from NASA GSFC

Oct 25, 2013 (Friday), 2:30 PM, Dunn Bld, Room 101 
Speaker: Greg Evans, University of Toronto
 Title: Blowing in the Wind: Probing the Properties of Particulate Pollution

Nov 25, 2013 (Monday), 9:30 AM, Dunn Bld, Room 221C
 Speaker: Jeff Pierce, Colorado State University 
Title: New-particle formation, growth and climate-relevant particle production in Egbert, Canada: Analysis from one year of size-distribution observations

Feb 28, 2014 (Friday), 2:30 PM, Dunn Bld, Room 101
 Speaker: Paul Palmer, University of Edinburgh
 Title: Boreal fires and tropospheric chemistry: science highlights from the BORTAS experiment

April 11, 2014 (Friday), 2:30 PM, Dunn Bld, Room 101
 Speaker: Daniel J. Kirshbaum, McGill University
 Title: Thermally forced mountain convection

May 12, 2014 (Monday), 3:00 PM, Dunn Bld, Room 101
 Speaker: Thomas Eck, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)
 Title: Observations of the Interaction and/or Transport of Aerosols with Cloud or Fog during DRAGON Campaigns from AERONET Ground-Based Remote Sensing