Schedule Spring 2005

Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar Spring 2005

date time title of presentation room
2/2/2005 1:30pm Richard L. Collins, GI Atmospheric Sciences, GI Physics, and Atmospheric Sciences ProgramStratospheric Ozone Depletion IARC 401
2/16/2005 1:30pm Gerd Hoenninger, University HeidelbergReactive halogen studies by Multi Axis Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy IARC 401
3/2/2005 1:30pm Jing Zhang, GI Atmospheric SciencesClimate response to increased greeness at high latitudes in climate model ARPEGE CLIMAT IARC 401
3/23/2005 1:30pm Uma Bhatt, GI Atmospheric Sciences and Atmospheric Sciences ProgramRegional expression of Arctic multi-decadal variability IARC 401
4/6/2005 1:30pm Martha Shulski, Alaska Climate CenterAlaska Lightning Climatology and Application to Wildfire Science IARC 401
4/20/2005 1:30pm William (Bill) R. Simpson, GI Atmospheric Sciences and Chemistry Department, High-latitude atmospheric chemistry: The role of halogen oxides in mercury deposition IARC 401
5/4/2005 1:30pm Javier Fochesatto, GI Atmospheric Sciences Chemical Speciation of Atmospheric Aerosols by Laser Raman Spectroscopy IARC 401

Upcoming seminars in spring 2005

Jeff S. Tilley, University of North Dakota Polar mesoscale modeling 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 SeminarNicole Mölders, phone: 474-7910, email:

Note that the Atmospheric Sciences Seminar is joint with ATM688, a 1-credit class. Students taking this as a class do not have to attend seminar prior to the start or after the end of the semester.