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TFMM - TF HTAP Joint Workshop:
On Regional-Global and Air Quality-Climate Linkages

La Plaine Saint Denis, Paris, 17 to 19 June 2009


Wednesday, 17 June
14:00 Welcome and Overview Laurence Rouil, Co-Chair TFMM
14:15 Context Setting André Zuber, Terry Keating, Co-Chairs TF HTAP
Methodological Issues in Linking Regional and Global Scale Air Quality Models
14:30 Influence of Anthropogenic Emission Changes on Surface Ozone and PM2.5 in East Asia and North America: the Effects of HTAP Source-Receptor Relationships in Regional/Urban Areas Joshua Fu, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
14:50 Air Quality Implications of Ozone in Air Entering the West Coast of North America David Parrish, NOAA
15:10 Impact of NOx emissions uncertainty on the distribution of Tropospheric ozone Saroj Kumar Sahu, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
15:30 Break  
Methodological Issues in Linking Regional and Global Scale Air Quality Models (Continued)
16:00 Quantifying pollution inflow and outflow over East Asia with global and regional models Meiyun Lin, University of Wisconsin
16:20 Development of the EMEP Global Model Alexey Gusev, MSC-East, Russia
16:40 Global-through-urban WRF/Chem: a unified model for simulating aerosol-climate interactions and evaluating co-benefit for air quality and climate change Yang Zhang, North Carolina State
17:00 The CityZen project: Bridging the scales with focus on megacities Michael Gauss, Met No
17:20 Monitoring and forecasting atmospheric composition: development of the GMES atmospheric services Adrian Simmons, ECMWF
17:40 Discussion  
18:00 Adjourn for the day  
Thursday, 18 June
Impacts of Climate Change on Air Quality
9:00 Simulating the Impacts of Climate Change and Climate Variability on Air Quality in the Northeastern United States Christian Hogrefe, State University of New York at Albany
9:20 Impacts of Climate Change on Air Quality in the United States Rob Pinder, US EPA
9:40 Observation of the Historical Relationship between Regional Surface Ozone, Temperature and Power Plant NOx emissions in the Eastern US. Bryan Bloomer , US EPA
10:00 Modelling the impact of climate variability and change on air pollution over Europe using the MATCH model linked to regional climate scenarios and ERA40 Joakim Langner, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
10:20 Break  
Impacts of Climate Change on Air Quality (Continued)
10:50 Air Quality-Climate Interactions over China Hong Liao, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
11:10 Why is Megacity Delhi prone to High Atmospheric Pollution Potential? Manju Mohan, India Institute of Technology, Dehli
11:30 How will climate change affect long-range transport of ozone? Ruth Doherty, University of Edinburgh
11:50 Transport of ozone or precursors? Bill Collins, UK Met Office, Hadley Centre
12:10 Discussion  
12:30 Lunch  
Impacts of Air Pollution on Climate Change
14:00 Introduction  
14:10 Soot emissions as a significant contributor to global warming Nasreen Farah, Hydrocarbon Development Institute of Pakistan
14:30 Air Pollution Impacts on Climate Hajime Akimoto, ADORC, Japan
14:50 Composition, Source, and Impact of Aerosols in India K. S. Patel, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, India
15:10 Aerosol Impacts on Climate Gregory R. Carmichael, University of Iowa
15:30 Break  
Impacts of Air Pollution on Climate Change (Continued)
16:00 Satellite observations of the impacts of fine particle pollution on climate change Lorraine Remer, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
16:20 Effects of air quality pollutant emissions on global and regional climate Drew Shindell, NASA GISS
16:40 Impact of Chemical Emissions on the Chemical-Climate during 1990s over major regions of the globe Gufran Beig , Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
17:00 How do Tropospheric Ozone Precursors Contribute to Climate Change? Dick Derwent, Rdscientific, UK
17:20 Co-benefit of Air Pollution Control Strategies and Climate Changes Vanisa Surapipith, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Thailand
17:40 Discussion  
18:00 Adjourn for the day  
Friday, 19 June
Impacts of Air Pollution on Climate Change: Further Focus on Ozone
9:00 Observational constraints on the vertical distribution of instantaneous ozone radiative forcing in chemistry climate models Kevin Bowman, NASA JPL
9:20 Ozone risk for vegetation in Europe under different climate change scenarios based on ozone uptake calculations Jenny Klingberg, University of Gothenburg
9:40 Do NOx reductions warm or cool climate? Bill Collins, UK Met Office, Hadley Centre
10:00 Discussion  
10:20 Break  
Discussion of Findings and Implications
10:50 Summary of Technical Sessions  
11:30 Implications for Work Plans of TF HTAP and TFMM  
12:00 Other Main Messages for LRTAP Convention  
12:30 Lunch  
Status and Plans for HTAP Cooperative Work
14:00 Introduction to EBAS-HTAP Aasmund Vik, NILU
14:15 Status of SR aerosol analyses and model evaluation Michael Schulz, LSCE/CEA
14:30 Creating a unified airborne database from multiple aircraft observations – ICARTT example Gao Chen, NASA Langley
14:45 Status of ES analyses Mat Evans, University of Leeds
15:00 Initial Insights from POLARCAT Kathy Law, LATMOS/CNRS
15:15 Discussion (Feedback for EBAS-HTAP and Unified Airborne Database)
15:40 Break  
Status and Plans for HTAP Cooperative Work (Continued)
16:10 HTAP Data Server and Network Connections Martin Schultz, FZ Juelich & Rudy Husar, Washington University
16:30 Discussion of Future Emission/Climate Scenarios  
17:00 Further Analysis Opportunities for HTAP 2010  
17:30 Discussion of TF HTAP 2010 Workplan  
18:00 Adjourn the Meeting