Annual seminar on Global Earth-system monitoring

This year’s annual seminar on Global Earth-system monitoring was held at ECMWF from 5 to 9 September 2005.

Programme

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Presentations

Monday 5 September  
Session 1: Overview
 

Predicting atmospheric chemical composition

Øystein Hov (Met No)

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The GEMS project

Tony Hollingsworth (ECMWF)

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An integrated global atmospheric chemistry observations strategy and WMOs leading role: GAW & IGACO

Leonard Barrie (WMO)

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The dynamics that is significant for chemistry

Michael McIntyre (University of Cambridge)

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Scientific challenges in atmospheric chemical modelling

Guy Brasseur (MPI Meteor)

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Tuesday 6 September  

The role of science in the Kyoto protocol

Vicky Pope (Met Office)

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Session 2: Modelling & Monitoring Greenhouse Gases
 

The use of airborne and groundbased atmospheric observations in carbon cycle research

Christoph Gerbig (MPI)

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Satellite observations of greenhouse gases

Richard Engelen (ECMWF)

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Inverse estimation of surface exchanges of greenhouse gases

Peter Rayner (CNRS/LSCE)

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Modelling of the Carbon Cycle in the GEOLAND project

Jean-Christophe Calvet (Météo-France)

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Wednesday 7 September  
Session 3: Modelling and Monitoring Reactive Gases
 

Scientific challenges in chemical data assimilation

Henk Eskes (KNMI)

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Chemical data assimilation at BIRA

Dominique Fonteyn (BIRA)

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Estimation of surface emissions and biomass burning

Claire Granier (Service d’Aeronomie)

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Session 4: Modelling and Monitoring Aerosols
 

Aerosol monitoring and modelling

Olivier Boucher (Met Office)

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Observational understanding of aerosols and climate

Jim Haywood (Met Office)

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Thursday 8 September  

Overview of aerosol, land-surface and ocean information from high spectral resolution imagers

Michael Rast (ESA)

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Aerosol modelling and assimilation for weather forecasting

Jean-Jacques Morcrette (ECMWF)

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Session 5: Regional Air Quality Forecasting and Related Health issues
 

Regional air quality forecasting

Vincent-Henry Peuch (Meteo-France)

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Chemical data assimilation for air quality forecasting

Hendrik Elbern (University of Köln)

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Friday 9 September  

Met Service Canada’s atmospheric chemistry/forecast system

Richard Ménard (CMC)

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Scientific challenges of UV-B Forecasting

Henning Staiger (DWD)

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Health impacts of extreme weather and climate events

Bettina Menne (WHO)

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Proceedings

An integrated global atmospheric chemistry observations strategy and WMOs leading role: GAW & IGACO

L A Barrie

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Aerosol monitoring and modelling

O Boucher

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Challenges in atmospheric chemistry modelling

G P Brasseur

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Modelling of the carbon cycle in the Geoland project

J-C Calvet

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Chemical data assimilation for air quality forecasting

J Elbern

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Satellite observations of greenhouse gases

R J Engelen

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Scientific challenges in chemical data assimilation

H Eskes

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Chemical data assimilation at BIRA-IASB

D Fonteyn

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The use of airborne and ground based atmospheric observations in carbon cycle research

V Gerbig

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Estimation of surface emissions

C Granier

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Observational understanding of aerosols and climate

J Haywood

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A systematic approach to delivering socio-economic benefits from Earth-system observations by using Earth-system models and data-assimilation systems

A Hollingsworth

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Prediction of atmospheric chemical composition

O Hov

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Some dynamics that is significant for chemistry

M E McIntyre

http://www.atm.damtp.cam.ac.uk/people/mem/papers/ECMWF/ecmwf05.html

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Health impacts of extreme weather and climate events

B Menne

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GEMS-aerosol at ECMWF

J-J Morcrette

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The chemistry-forecast system at the Meteorological Service of Canada

R Menard

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Regional air quality forecasting

V-H Peuch

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The role of science in the Kyoto protocol

V Pope

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Overview of aerosol, land-surface and ocean information from high spectral, reduced spatial resolution imagers

M Rast

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Inverse estimation of surface exchanges of greenhouse gases

P Rayner

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Scientific challenges of UV-B forecasting

H Staiger

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