Robert L. de Zafra

7th ITPA Student Symposium

May 7, 2010, 9am – 4pm

Endeavour Hall , Room 120


9:00 am
Professor Minghua Zhang, Director
Institute for Terrestrial and Planetary Atmospheres (ITPA)
9:10 am
Peter Alpert
“Evidence for Efficient Marine Biogenic Ice Nuclei: The Diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana
9:25 am
Sean Bratton
“A Synoptic Climatology of Atmospheric Circulation Patterns Associated with Summertime Mixing Events within Western Long Island Sound”
9:40 am
Aiying Chen
“Cyclones in NCEP/NCAR&CAM2 (1949-2000)”
9:55 am
Ying Chen
“Data Transfer Between WRF and CAM”
10:10 am
10:30 am
Owen Doherty
“The Development of Geochemical Analysis Techniques for Establishing Mineral Dust Provenance”
10:45 am
Michael Erickson
“Application of Post-Processing Techniques For Future Use With an Ensemble Kalman Filter”
11:00 am
Jun Huang
“New Method for Constrained Variational Analysis”
11:15 am
Jungmin Lee
“Diurnal Cycle of Precipitation Over Land”
11:30 am
Lunch Break
Endeavour Hall 113
1:15 pm
Christopher Kaiser
“Degradation of Poly-Aromatic Hydrocarbons on Soot Surfaces Under Atmospheric Conditions”
1:30 pm
Kelly Lombardo
“Northeast Convection and How it Evolves”
1:45 pm
Joseph Pollina
“Meteorological Evolution of Major Fires Over the Northeast U.S.”
2:00 pm
Yannick Rigg
“The Impact of Biomass Burning on Ice Nucleation”
2:15 pm
Matthew Souders
“Toward a Numerical Climatology of Wave Packets”

2:30 pm
Bingbing Wang
“Heterogeneous Ice Nucleation on Particles Composed of Humic-Like Substances with Consideration of Oxidation by O3

2:45 pm
Shu Meir Wang
“Study of Extratropical Tropopause”
3:00 pm
Xiaoming Xia
“Why Timescale of Jet Shift in Idealized Dry Model is Too Long?”
3:15 pm
Keyhong Park
“Joint Application of Concentrations and Isotopic Signatures to Investigate the Global Atmospheric Carbon Monoxide Budget: Inverse Modeling Approach”
3:30 pm
Concluding Remarks
Professor Robert L. De Zafra