Schedule Fall 2004

Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar Fall 2004

date time speaker title of presentation room
7/19/2004 1:30pm Hendrik Elbern, University of Cologne, EURAD Four-dimensional variational data assimilation for atmospheric constituent and flux estimation canceled due to mechanical problems of AA
8/18/2004 1:30pm Hanneke Luijting, Wageningen University Temporal behavior of snow albedo at the Barrow ARM site IARC 401
8/25/2004 1:30pm Florent Domine, Laboratoire de Glaciologie et Geophysique de l'Environnement Physical and chemical changes in snowpacks : new feedbacks for climate change IARC 401
9/15/2004 1:30pm Kurt Cuffey, Department of Geography, University of California at Berkeley Stable Isotopes in Polar Precipitation: A Review IARC 401
9/29/2004 1:30pm James Ayers, GI ASG,Department of Chemistry NO3-measurements in Fairbanks, Alaksa IARC 401
10/13/2004 1:30pm Glenn E. Shaw, GI 30 years of research at GI IARC 401
11/10/2004 1:30pm Martin Stuefer, GI ASG, Alaska Climate Center Contrails over Alaska IARC 401
11/24/2004 1:30pm Ted Wu, Chemistry Department Persistant Organic Pollutants in Alaska IARC 401
12/1/2004 1:30pm Diana Daneva, GI Atmospheric Science group Polar stratospheric clouds IARC 401
12/8/2004 1:30pm Catherine F. Cahill, GI ASG, Atmospheric Science Program and Chemistry Department Arctic and Antarctic Aerosols IARC 401

Upcoming seminars in spring 2005

Jeff S. Tilley, University of North Dakota Polar mesoscale modeling
Uma S. Bhatt, GI ASG, Atmospheric Science Program TBA

For further information or if you want to give a presentation in the Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar please contact the coordinator of the Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar

Nicole Mölders, phone: 474-7910, email:

Note that the Atmospheric Sciences Seminar is joint with ATM693, a 1-credit class. Students taking this as a class do not have to attend seminar prior to the start of the semester.