[CRYOLIST] AGU 2015 - C011: Chemical and Physical Air-Snow-Ice Interactions
Frey, Markus M.
maey at bas.ac.uk
Tue Aug 4 04:40:10 PDT 2015
Dear all -
if you are planning to attend this December's AGU meeting (http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2015/) please consider submitting an abstract to the session below.
C011: Chemical and Physical Air-Snow-Ice Interactions - from the Micro to the Global Scale
Snow and ice surfaces and their interactions with the atmosphere are key to understanding polar atmospheric composition, climate, and ice core records. Analysing climate change in the polar regions requires a better integration of lab and field studies to improve model parameterisations and quantify impacts of Air-Snow-Ice exchange from local to global scales. This session is intended to provide an inter-disciplinary forum for researchers working on micro-scale properties and/or processes in snow and ice, polar tropospheric chemistry (oxidation capacity, ozone, halogens, nitrogen and carbon cycling, mercury, primary aerosol production), biogeochemistry of sea ice, as well as aerosol-cloud interactions, meteorology and climate of the high latitudes. Submissions with a focus on recent change in sea ice or mid-latitude snowpacks are welcomed.
Abstract deadline: Wednesday, 5 August 23:59 EDT/03:59 +1 GMT.
Confirmed invited contributions:
Patrick Ayotte (Université de Sherbrooke, Canada)
Christopher Blaszczak-Boxe (City University of New York, USA)
Jacques Pelon (LATMOS - CNRS/UPMC, France)
Hopefully see you in San Francisco,
Markus M. Frey, PhD
British Antarctic Survey - NERC
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