Sessions for the 2022 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting are being announced. If you are leading a session relevant to the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user facility or Atmospheric System Research (ASR), please let us know. We are collecting this information to be shared on the ARM and ASR websites as it is provided.
The sessions below are being convened by your colleagues during the 2022 AGU Fall Meeting from December 12 to 16 for your abstract consideration. This year’s meeting is scheduled to be in person in Chicago, Illinois, as well as online.
Submit your abstracts to AGU now until 11:59 p.m. Eastern time on August 3.
- A011 – Aerosol, Cloud, Precipitation and Radiation Studies Over High Latitude Oceans
Primary Convener: Greg M. McFarquhar, Cooperative Institute for Severe and High-Impact Weather Research and Operations at the University of Oklahoma
- A017 – Aquatic Aerosols: From Microscale Processes to Impacts on Climate
Primary Convener: Hosein Foroutan, Virginia Tech
- A019 – Atmospheric Aerosols and Their Interactions With Clouds, Radiation, and Climate
Primary Convener: Bin Zhao, Tsinghua University
- A026 – Atmospheric Research Supported by Uncrewed Systems
Primary Convener: Fan Mei, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- A046 – Convection Processes and Their Environmental and Aerosol Interactions: Theory, Observation, and Modeling
Primary Convener: Dié Wang, Brookhaven National Laboratory
- A067 – Lagrangian and Climatological Transitions of Boundary Layer Clouds
(relevant to the analysis of ARM campaign data from ACE-ENA, CAP-MBL, COMBLE, and MARCUS)
Primary Convener: Isabel Louise McCoy, University of Miami/University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
- A071 – Microphysical and Macrophysical Properties and Processes of Ice and Mixed-Phase Clouds: Linking In Situ, Remote Sensing Observations and Multiscale Models
Primary Convener: Minghui Diao, San Jose State University
- A085 – Remote Sensing of Fire Processes and Biomass Burning (BB) Emissions
Primary Convener: Edward J. Hyer, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Marine Meteorology Division
- A096 – Understanding and Modeling of Mesoscale and Severe Local Convective Storm Processes
Primary Convener: Zhe Feng, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- C013 – Coupled-System Processes of the Central Arctic Atmosphere-Sea Ice-Ocean System: Harnessing Field Observations and Advancing Models
(relevant to the analysis of ARM data from the MOSAiC expedition)
Primary Convener: Matthew Shupe, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences/University of Colorado/NOAA Physical Sciences Laboratory
- GC004 – Advancements in Observing and Modeling Processes and Coupled Feedbacks of the High-Latitude Earth Systems
Primary Convener: Wieslaw Maslowski, Naval Postgraduate School
- H031 – Atmosphere-Through-Bedrock Observations, Modeling, and Science in the Upper Colorado River Basin
(soliciting contributions that use data from the SAIL, SPLASH, and SOS campaigns, and DOE’s Watershed Function Science Focus Area)
Primary Convener: Daniel Feldman, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
ARM is a DOE Office of Science user facility operated by nine DOE national laboratories.