ALL PAST SEMINARS

SEPTEMBER 2, 1999

EPS seminar
2 LeConte Hall
4:00pm

S. R. Taylor
(Australian National University)
How difficult is it to build a habitable Earth-like planet?

SEPTEMBER 9, 1999

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Paul Hoffman
(Harvard)
The Neoproterozoic Snowball Earth

SEPTEMBER 10, 1999

BASC seminar
103 Mulford Hall
11:00am

Yochanan Kushnir
(Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory)
Atlantic Climate Variablity

SEPTEMBER 16, 1999

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Ralph Keeling
(UC San Diego)
Antarctic sea ice, ocean mixing, and the origin of Pleistocene climate instability

SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

Dan Kammen
(UC Berkeley)
Environmental impact of energy use

OCTOBER 8, 1999

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

Ron Oremland
(USGS)
Bacteria that respire selenium and arsenic

OCTOBER 11, 1999

ESPM seminar
132 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Allen Goldstein
(UC Berkeley)
Interaction Between Forest Ecosystems and Atmospheric Chemistry: A Case Study in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

OCTOBER 12, 1999

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Joseph Francisco
(Purdue University)
Do We Really Understand the Chemistry in the Atmosphere?

OCTOBER 15, 1999

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

John Reuter
(UC Davis)
MTBE in Sierra Lakes

OCTOBER 21, 1999

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Robert Clayton
(University of Chicago)
Stardust: An experimental study of Nucleosynthesis

OCTOBER 26, 1999

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Paul Shepson
(Purdue University)
Atmospheric Chemistry at the Air/Snow Interface

OCTOBER 27, 1999

ERG seminar
2 LeConte Hall
4:00pm

John Harte
(UC Berkeley)
From Molehills to Mountains: Scaling in Ecology

NOVEMBER 3, 1999

ERG seminar
2 LeConte Hall
4:00pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
TBA

NOVEMBER 15, 1999

BASC seminar
90-2063 LBNL
10:00am

James Murray
(University of Washington)
Variability in new biological production in the equatorial Pacific

NOVEMBER 19, 1999

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

Bill Nazaroff
(UC Berkeley)
Towards understanding human exposure to airborne particles

NOVEMBER 29, 1999

ESPM seminar
132 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Whendee Silver
(UC Berkeley)
Nitrogen Cycling in Wet Tropical Forests: An Exercise in Thinking Backwards

DECEMBER 8, 1999

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
5:00pm

Mark Jacobson
(Stanford)
Revised estimates of the global direct radiative forcing of aerosols due to a physically-based treatment of elemental carbon optics

JANUARY 24, 2000

ESPM seminar
101 Morgan Hall
4:00pm

Oliver Chadwick
(UC Santa Barbara)
Hawaii as a Model Ecosystem

JANUARY 27, 2000

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

V. Ramanathan
(Scripps Institute of Oceanography)
Indian Ocean Experiment: New Insights into the role of Aerosols in Climate

JANUARY 31, 2000

ESPM seminar
101 Morgan Hall
4:00pm

James Bartolome
(UC Berkeley)
Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Vegetation Change in the California Grassland

FEBRUARY 7, 2000

ESPM seminar
101 Morgan Hall
4:00pm

Bruce Milne
(University of New Mexico)
Self-Organization in Landscapes: Feedback Between Terrain and Vegetation

FEBRUARY 11, 2000

LBNL seminar
90-2063, LBNL
11:00am

Jim Bishop
(Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory)
The Science and Technology of Ocean Carbon Sequestration

FEBRUARY 11, 2000

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

Mark Conrad
(Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory)
Isotopic Methods for Tracing biodegradation of Environmental Contaminants

FEBRUARY 16, 2000

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Glen MacDonald
(UCLA)
18th Century Explorers, Lost Forests and Missing Russian Helicopters: Solving the Riddles of Climate Change and the Arctic

FEBRUARY 18, 2000

BASC seminar
International House
3:30pm

Steve Wofsey
(Harvard)
Uptake of Atmospheric CO2 by Forests: How Much, For How Long?

FEBRUARY 23, 2000

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Rob Dunbar
(Stanford University)
Coral records of ENSO and decadal climate variability: a multi-site synthesis

FEBRUARY 24, 2000

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Jim Bishop
(Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
Unravelling the Ocean's Biogeochemical Pump

MARCH 3, 2000

LBNL seminar
90-2063, LBNL
11:00am

Kenneth Coale
(Moss Landing Marine Laboratories)
Iron: Key to climate change and global ocean production--results from recent equatorial Pacific and southern ocean studies

MARCH 3, 2000

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

Tom Young
(UC Davis)
Organic Chemical Fate in the Subsurface: the role of soil organic matter composition

MARCH 10, 2000

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

Ron Hunsinger
(East Bay Municipal Utility District)
Emerging Contaminants in Drinking Water

MARCH 17, 2000

LBNL seminar
90-3148, LBNL
11:00am

Peter Brewer
(Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute)
Direct experiments of the deep ocean disposal of fossil fuel CO2 using ROV technology

MARCH 20, 2000

ESPM seminar
101 Morgan Hall
4:00pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions: From Seasonal to Glacial Timescales

MARCH 20, 2000

IB seminar
2040 VLSB
4:00pm

Steve D'Hondt
(University of Rhode Island)
Marine Biological Consequences of the Cretaceous/Tertiary Mass Extinction

MARCH 23, 2000

IB seminar
2040 VLSB
4:00pm

Jim Ehleringer
(University of Utah)
Atmospheric CO2 , C4 Photosynthesis and Mammalian Extinctions

APRIL 10, 2000

ESPM seminar
101 Morgan Hall
4:00pm

Tracy Benning
(UC Berkeley)
Climate Change in the Hawaiian Islands: Predicting the Fate of Endemic Avifauna

APRIL 21, 2000

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

Norman Miller
(Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory)
Modeling and Analyzing California's Hydroclimate at a Range of Space and Time Scales

APRIL 27, 2000

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Mark Richards
(UC Berkeley)
Why Earth has Plate Tectonics, and Why Venus Doesn't

APRIL 28, 2000

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

Karina Garbesi
(CSU Hayward)
Energy Options in a Warming World

MAY 4, 2000

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Clifford Riebe
(UC Berkeley)
Tectonic and Climatic Control of Denudation Rates in the Sierra Nevada Inferred from Cosmogenic Nuclides

SEPTEMBER 1, 2000

LBNL seminar
90-1099, LBNL
11:00am

V. Venugopal
(Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies)
Integrating Climate and Hydrologic models: Quantifying Subgrid Scale Rainfall Variability by statistical downscaling

SEPTEMBER 5, 2000

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Ron Cohen
(UC Berkeley)
Nitrogen Oxides, Temperature and Tropospheric Ozone

SEPTEMBER 6, 2000

Physics seminar
2 Le Conte Hall
4:00pm

Garry Brewer
(UC Berkeley)
Human Dimensions of High-Valued Ecosystems: Jackson Hole, the Tetons, and Beyond

SEPTEMBER 13, 2000

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
5:00pm

Mike McCarthy
(UC Berkeley)
Modeling the Photochemical Isotope Fractionation in Methane

OCTOBER 11, 2000

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
5:00pm

Jeanne Panek
(UC Berkeley)
Growing up in the Ozone: Forests and Air Pollution in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

NOVEMBER 8, 2000

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
5:00pm

Steve Mende
(Space Sciences Lab)
TBA

NOVEMBER 13, 2000

ESPM seminar
103 Mulford Hall
12:30pm

Brennan Van Dyke
(UNEP)
Global warming,ozone layer depletion, ocean pollution and contamination from persistantorganic pollutants

DECEMBER 4, 2000

Law seminar
Booth Auditorium, Boalt Hall
12:30pm

Daniel Bodansky
(U.S. Department of State)
A Climate Change Update: What Happened in the Hague and What Comes Next

JANUARY 26, 2001

cee seminar
240 Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

Donald Stedman
(University of Denver)
Roadside remote sensing of vehicle exhaust emissions

FEBRUARY 12, 2001

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

John Chiang
(Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University)
The Intertropical Convergence Zone in Tropical Atlantic Climate Variability

FEBRUARY 14, 2001

University seminar
223 Moses Hall
2:00pm

Odigha Odigha
(Non-Governmental Organization Coalition for the Environment, Nigeria)
Saving Nigeria's Last Tropical Rainforest

FEBRUARY 14, 2001

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Gerard Roe
(MIT)
TBA

FEBRUARY 20, 2001

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Heidi Cullen
(Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University)
Impacts of Large-scale Climate Variability on Water Resources: Lessons from the Middle East and South America

FEBRUARY 22, 2001

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Robert Rhew
(Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD)
Hunt for the Missing Sources of Methyl Bromide and Methyl Chloride

FEBRUARY 26, 2001

ESPM seminar
101 Morgan Hall
4:00pm

Kyaw Tha Paw U
(UC San Diego)
Micrometeorological Estimates of Carbon Flux and other Exchanges at a 500 year old Temperate Rainforest

MARCH 2, 2001

ESPM seminar
103 Mulford Hall
12:00pm

Rick Firestone
(Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
Did a Supernova in Paleo-Indian Times Reset the Radiocarbon Clock

APRIL 6, 2001

University seminar
155 Dwinelle Hall
4:10pm

Sir Robert May
(Royal Society of the UK Academy of Sciences)
Science, Policy and Public Attitudes - Conducting the Dialogue about Risk, Scientific Uncertainty, and the Public

APRIL 13, 2001

BASC seminar
Sibley Auditorium
3:30pm

Michael Bender
(Princeton)
The Role of the Biosphere in Ice Age Climate Change

APRIL 16, 2001

ESPM seminar
103 Mulford Hall
2:00pm

Manuel Lerdau
(State University of New York)
The Physiological Biogeochemistry of Isoprene Emission from Plants

APRIL 18, 2001

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
5:00pm

Chris Still
(UC Berkeley)
Trends in the oxygen isotopic composition of atmospheric CO2

SEPTEMBER 19, 2001

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:10pm

Ronald C. Cohen
(UC Berkeley)
A Longer Life for Atmospheric Peroxy Radicals: Implications for Controlling Ozone

SEPTEMBER 20, 2001

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Richard Muller
(UC Berkeley)
Paleoclimate and Astrophysics: mysteries and clues

SEPTEMBER 21, 2001

LBNL seminar
50A-5132, LBNL
1:00pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
How fast will the world warm?

SEPTEMBER 25, 2001

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Ronald C. Cohen
(UC Berkeley)
Found: The missing NOy

OCTOBER 4, 2001

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Paul Koch
(UC Santa Cruz)
Methane, "Monkeys", and Migration: Testing Biogeographic and Climatic Hypotheses about the Origin of Modern Mammal Orders near the Paleocene/Eocene Boundary

OCTOBER 9, 2001

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Lucy Ziurys
(University of Arizona)
From Organometallic Chemistry to Interstellar Matter: High Resolution Spectroscopy of Metal Bearing Species

OCTOBER 11, 2001

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

David Archer
(University of Chicago)
What caused the glacial/interglacial pCO2 cycles?

NOVEMBER 1, 2001

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Conway Leovy
(University of Washington)
Wind, sand, and ice: Evolution of the surface of Mars

NOVEMBER 29, 2001

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Fred T. Mackenzie
(University of Hawaii)
The Global Coastal Ocean: Past, Present and Future of Environmental Change

DECEMBER 6, 2001

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
Climate Change Science: An Analysis of Some Key Questions

FEBRUARY 25, 2002

BASC seminar
265 McCone Hall
2:00pm

David Battisti
(University of Washington)
Mechanisms for Abrupt Climate Change: Past and Future

FEBRUARY 25, 2002

Physics seminar
1 LeConte Hall
4:30pm

Phil Marcus
(UC Berkeley)
Prediction of a Global Change on Jupiter

FEBRUARY 25, 2002

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Dennis Baldocchi
(UC Berkeley)
Is a Forest the Sum of its Parts? Integrating Fluxes of Carbon Dioxide and Water Vapor from Leaf to Canopy Dimensions across Hour to Decadal Time Scales

MARCH 4, 2002

SSL seminar
SSL
1:30pm

Hugh J. Christian, Jr.
(National Space Science and Technology Center)
Lightning Activity and Severe Weather

MARCH 7, 2002

Physics seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

David Archer
(University of Chicago)
The Role of Deep Ocean Temperature in the Glacial/Interglacial Climate and Carbon Cycles

MARCH 11, 2002

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Richard Waring
(Oregon State University)
Predicting Woody Plant Biomass from Seasonal Ratios of Photosynthesis

MARCH 12, 2002

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

T.Y. Lee
(Academia Sinica)
Photochemistry of Aromatic Hydrocarbons

APRIL 3, 2002

BASC seminar
775 Tan Hall
5:00pm

Sebastien Biraud
(UC Berkeley)
Quantification of CO2, CH4, and N2O emissions over Ireland from atmospheric observations at Mace Head and radon-222 efflux measurements

APRIL 9, 2002

BASC seminar
401 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Xiang Gao
(University of Arizona)
MODIS Vegetation Index products and their relationships to biophysical variables

APRIL 16, 2002

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Mario J. Molina
(MIT)
Surface Chemistry of Atmospheric Aerosols

APRIL 22, 2002

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Chris Field
(Carnegie Institute of Washington)
Carbon cycle update

APRIL 22, 2002

BASC seminar
265 McCone Hall
2:00pm

Jorge L. Sarmiento
(Princeton)
Different aspects of the contemporary carbon cycle

APRIL 26, 2002

LBNL seminar
90-2063, LBNL
11:00am

Yongyun Hu
(University of Washington)
Interannual and Decadal Variations of Planetary-Wave Activitiy, Northern-Hemisphere Annular Mode, and Stratospheric Cooling

APRIL 29, 2002

LBNL seminar
90-1099, LBNL
11:00am

David J. Gochis
(University of Arizona, Tucson)
Modeled Sensitivities of the North American Monsoon

APRIL 29, 2002

PChem seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Jingming Chen
(University of Toronto)
Carbon cycling in Canada. Host: Peng Gong

MAY 2, 2002

BASC seminar
401 McCone Hall
2:30pm

Wolfgang Buermann
(Boston University)
Circulation Anomalies Explain Interannual Covariablilty in Northern Hemisphere Temperatures and Greenness

AUGUST 29, 2002

University seminar
TBA
10:30am

Benjamin Santer
(LLNL)
Detecting climate change and tropopause height as climate change detection and attribution variable

SEPTEMBER 12, 2002

University seminar
132 Mulford Hall
12:00pm

Pedro Sanchez
(Winner of 2002 World Food Prize)
TBA

SEPTEMBER 17, 2002

Physics seminar
10 Evans Hall
5:00pm

Stephen Schneider
(Stanford)
The Glogal Warming Debate: Separating the Scientific Signal from the Political Noise

SEPTEMBER 18, 2002

Theology seminar
2400 Ridge Road
7:00pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
The science of Global Warming: Measuring Human Impacts

SEPTEMBER 25, 2002

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
3:45pm

Jess Adkins
(Caltech)
The temperature, salinity, and del 18 O of the glacial deep ocean

OCTOBER 8, 2002

BASC seminar
401 McCone Hall
2:00pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
Introductory General Circulation Model

OCTOBER 16, 2002

University seminar
180 Tan Hall
2:00pm

Rex Walheim
(NASA Astronaut)
TBA

NOVEMBER 1, 2002

LBNL seminar
Building 50 Auditorium, LBNL
11:00am

Stephen Pacala
(Princeton)
The North American Carbon Sink

NOVEMBER 18, 2002

BASC seminar
1 LeConte Hall
4:30pm

Edward Lorenz
(MIT)
Simple Hamiltonian Chaos

NOVEMBER 19, 2002

BASC seminar
891 Evans Hall
4:00pm

Edward Lorenz
(MIT)
Limitations to Predictability

NOVEMBER 19, 2002

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Jonathan Abbatt
(University of Toronto)
Organic Aerosol Particles in the Atmosphere: Chemistry and Cloud Nucleating Abilities

NOVEMBER 21, 2002

BASC seminar
Sibley Auditorium Hall
3:30pm

Edward Lorenz
(MIT)
Designing Chaotic Systems

DECEMBER 4, 2002

ESPM seminar
251C Hilgard Hall
4:00pm

Joost De Gouw
(NOAA)
PTR-MS measurements of organic compounds in the atmosphere

DECEMBER 6, 2002

LBNL seminar
50A-5132, LBNL
2:00pm

Tetsuya Sato
(Japan Marine Science and Technology)
The Earth Simulator

JANUARY 9, 2003

University seminar
112 Hilgard Hall
3:00pm

Jim Randerson
(Caltech)
Fire and the Global Carbon Cycle

FEBRUARY 4, 2003

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Paul O. Wennberg
(Caltech)
Whither OH? Trends in Methyl Chloroform and Inference of Changes in the Oxidation Capacity of the Atmosphere

FEBRUARY 5, 2003

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

John Chiang
(UC Berkeley)
The "meridional mode" of ocean-atmosphere variability: Application to the tropical Pacific, and to the tropical Atlantic climate during Last Glacial Maximum

FEBRUARY 7, 2003

CEE seminar
Room 240, Bechtel Engineering Center
12:00pm

Kosta P. Georgakakos
(UCSD/Scripps)
Probabilistic climate model diagnostics for hydrologic and water resources impacts studies

FEBRUARY 10, 2003

ESPM seminar
4110 VLSB
2:00pm

Yiqi Luo
(University of Oklahoma)
A perturbation-response approach to study atmosphere-biosphere interactions under global change

FEBRUARY 24, 2003

ESPM seminar
4110 VLSB
2:00pm

Charles Koven
(UC Berkeley)
Fitting local geomorphology into the global dust cycle.

FEBRUARY 26, 2003

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Adina Paytan
(Stanford University)
Glacial Interglacial Export Production Fluctuations and Global Climate Change

FEBRUARY 26, 2003

University seminar
1011 Evans Hall
4:00pm

Ben Santer
(LLNL)
Some Statistical Issues Relevant to the Detection of Human-Induced Climate Change

MARCH 3, 2003

ESPM seminar
4110 VLSB
2:00pm

Stephanie Ewing
(UC Berkeley)
Isotopic investigations of the biogeochemistry of soils in the Atacama Desert.

MARCH 5, 2003

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Yochanan Kushnir
(LDEO, Columbia University)
Mechanism of Hemispherically Symmetric Climate Variability

MARCH 13, 2003

PChem seminar
435 Latimer Hall
1:30pm

Karlheinz Ballschmiter
(University of Ulm)
Organic Nitrates: A Complex Family of Atmospheric Trace Constituents

MARCH 17, 2003

Physics seminar
1 LeConte Hall
4:30pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
The Global Carbon Cycle and the Feasibility of Space-Borne CO2 Observations

MARCH 18, 2003

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Michael Hoffman
(Caltech)
Photochemistry in ice: Nitric acid photolysis and the production of NO2 and NO

APRIL 7, 2003

ESPM seminar
4110 VLSB
2:00pm

Dylan Millet
(UC Berkeley)
Atmospheric measurements at Trinidad Head, CA: Trans-pacific transport vs. local anthropogenic and biogenic emissions

APRIL 16, 2003

LBNL seminar
90-2063, LBNL
12:00pm

Scott Denning
(Colorado State University)
How Regional Studies Can Help us Understand the Global Carbon Cycle

APRIL 21, 2003

ESPM seminar
4110 VLSB
2:00pm

Matt Fantle
(UC Berkeley)
Fe isotopes in soils and weathering environments

MAY 1, 2003

ESPM seminar
103 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Yadvinder Malhi
(University of Edinburgh)
Carbon Balance and Carbon Exchange of Tropical Forests

MAY 13, 2003

University seminar
112 Hilgard Hall
11:00am

Alex Guenther
(NCAR)
Organic Emissions from Boreal, Temperate and Tropical Vegetation and their Role in Climate and Air Quality

MAY 29, 2003

University seminar
112 Hilgard Hall
4:00pm

Steven Cliff
(UC Davis)
Atmospheric Aerosols: From Air Quality to Global Climate

SEPTEMBER 9, 2003

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Karen Seto
(Stanford)
A Tale of Two Deltas: Drivers and Outcomes of Land-Use Change in Vietnam and China

SEPTEMBER 11, 2003

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

John Chiang
(UC Berkeley)
How does El Nino impact the climate over tropical regions outside the Pacific? A proposed mechanism based on El Nino's control over tropospheric temperature

SEPTEMBER 17, 2003

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Pat O'Brien
(Chevron Texaco)
Biodiversity and the Oil and Gas Industry: The Energy and Biodiversity Initiative

OCTOBER 1, 2003

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
5:00pm

Rupert Holzinger
(UC Berkeley)
Large vertical gradients indicate emission, photochemical production, deposition, or a combination for a wide variety of organic trace gases in a Ponderosa Pine plantation in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California.

OCTOBER 1, 2003

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
3:45pm

Rob Rhew
(UC Berkeley)
A gene for stratospheric ozone loss? Genetic control of methyl halide production in Arabidopsis

OCTOBER 2, 2003

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Jeff Severinghaus
(UCSD/Scripps)
Abrupt changes in the Earth's climate recorded in air bubbles in polar ice

OCTOBER 6, 2003

Physics seminar
375 Birge Hall
2:10pm

Nir Shaviv
(375 Birge Hall Nir Shaviv)
The Milky Way, Cosmic Rays and Climate

OCTOBER 8, 2003

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Richard Norgaard
(UC Berkeley)
Collectively Seeing Complex Systems

OCTOBER 9, 2003

ESPM seminar
101 LSA
4:00pm

Dave Schimel
(NCAR)
Carbon in all the Wrong Places: The Role of Complex Terrain in Mid-Latitude Carbon Budgets

OCTOBER 22, 2003

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

David Keith
(Carnegie Mellon University)
Does Renewability matter? Climate Change and the Future of Energy Systems

OCTOBER 27, 2003

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Allen Goldstein
(UC Berkeley)
Chemical Interactions Between Forests and the Atmosphere

OCTOBER 29, 2003

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Nate Mantua
(University of Washington)
Decades long El Nino-like climate variations: the Pacific Decadal Oscillation and its impacts on marine and terrestrial systems

NOVEMBER 24, 2003

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Greg Asner
(Stanford)
Woody Encroachment and Desertification: Assessments Using Remote Sensing and Carbon Isotopes

DECEMBER 1, 2003

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Jianwu Tang
(UC Berkeley)
Spatial and Temporal Variation and Driving Factors of Soil Respiration in Forest and Savanna Ecosystems in California

DECEMBER 2, 2003

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Marcia B. Baker
(University of Washington)
A New Look at Homogeneous Freezing of Ice

DECEMBER 4, 2003

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Kristie Boering
(UC Berkeley)
Unusual isotope effects, greenhouse gases, and climate: From the molecular to the global scale

DECEMBER 5, 2003

PChem seminar
775B Tan Hall
1:30pm

Barbara Noziere
(University of Miami)
Detection and chemistry of organic peroxyl radicals in the atmosphere

DECEMBER 16, 2003

LBNL seminar
90-2063, LBNL
11:00am

Susan Ustin
(UC Davis)
Optical Remote Sensing Measurements of Environmental Processes:State of the Science and New Directions

DECEMBER 17, 2003

SSL seminar
Space Sciences Lab
1:00pm

Carl Christensen
(Oxford University Computing Laboratory)
Distributed Computing and Climate Forecasting With climateprediction.net

JANUARY 7, 2004

LBNL seminar
50B-4205, LBNL
1:00pm

John Baumgardner
(Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Next Generation Global Ocean Models

JANUARY 22, 2004

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Jerry Mitrovica
(University of Toronto)
Sea Level Fingerprints and Climate Dominoes

JANUARY 26, 2004

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Todd Dawson
(UC Berkeley)
California's Coast Redwood and the Land Sea Interface

JANUARY 27, 2004

Physics seminar
385 LeConte Hall
4:15pm

Gary Rottman
(University of Colorado at Boulder)
Solar Radiation and its Effect on our Atmosphere and Climate

JANUARY 28, 2004

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

John Harte
(UC Berkeley)
Predicting Climate Change on a Green Planet: A Daunting Challenge.

FEBRUARY 12, 2004

LBNL seminar
90-4108, LBNL
12:00pm

Michael D. Dettinger
(USGS)
The future of California water -- What are the climate models trying to tell us?

MARCH 3, 2004

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Scott Saleska
(Harvard University)
Carbon balance and seasonality in an old-growth Amazon forest: seeing both the forest and the trees

MARCH 4, 2004

University seminar
2040 VLSB
4:00pm

Robert Spicer
(The Open University)
Foliar Physiognomy and Earth Systems Science

MARCH 5, 2004

BASC seminar
141 McCone Hall
3:30pm

Meinrat O. Andreae
(Max Planck Institute for Chemistry)
Smoking clouds and other aerosol effects on climate

MARCH 12, 2004

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Hall
12:00pm

Mark Jacobson
(Stanford)
Climate and air pollution effects of diesel vehicles, and the impact of particle traps and NOx filters

MARCH 17, 2004

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Sally Benson
(Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)
Geologic Carbon Sequestration: Current Research Challenges

MARCH 18, 2004

ESPM seminar
Booth Auditorium, Boalt Law School Hall
4:00pm

Carol Browner
(Environment2004)
What's up with Environment in DC: Unfortunately, Not Much

MARCH 26, 2004

LBNL seminar
90-1099, LBNL
4:00pm

Jiming Jin
(LBNL)
On the Development and Testing of a Coupled Regional Climate Model with an Advanced Land Surface Model

MARCH 31, 2004

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Michael Evans
(University of Arizona)
A stable isotope approach to tropical dendroclimatology

APRIL 9, 2004

LBNL seminar
90-2063, LBNL
11:00am

Reed Maxwell
(LBNL)
On the Development and Testing of an Advanced Land Surface Model with a Dynamic Groundwater Model

APRIL 20, 2004

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Jurgen Troe
(MPI)
Towards a quantitative understanding of key reactions in atmospheric and combustion chemistry

APRIL 22, 2004

ESPM seminar
103 Mulford Hall
3:00pm

Niels Otto Jenson
(RISO)
Interannual variation in carbon uptake by a deciduous forest and a comparison to the uptake of a coniferous forest in Denmark

MAY 6, 2004

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Lynn Ingram
(UC Berkeley)
California climate variability and extreme climate events during the Late Holocene

SEPTEMBER 1, 2004

ERG seminar
20 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
Will the Warming Feed the Warming: Analysis of Carbon-Climate Interactions in a Coupled GCM

SEPTEMBER 2, 2004

EPS seminar
2 LeConte Hall
4:00pm

Philip Marcus
(UC Berkeley)
Predictions of a Global Climate Change on Jupiter and Implications for Earth

SEPTEMBER 13, 2004

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

David Abernathy
(Stanford)
Trends in Non-Governmental Organizations' Development and Relief Work

SEPTEMBER 14, 2004

LBNL seminar
90-3148, LBNL
12:00pm

Hermann Held
(Potsdam Institute of Climate Impact Research)
Assessment of Climatic Change Mitigation Options Under Risk and Uncertainty

SEPTEMBER 21, 2004

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Kim Prather
(UC San Diego)
Measuring Particles One by One: What New Things Can We Learn?

SEPTEMBER 29, 2004

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Todd Mitchell
(University of Washington)
Are El Ninos becoming more pervasive?

OCTOBER 5, 2004

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Kristie Boering
(UC Berkeley)
Carbon Dioxide and Unusual Isotope Effects: From Single Collisions to Global Climate Change

OCTOBER 27, 2004

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

James White
(University of Colorado)
TBA

NOVEMBER 4, 2004

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Jim McWilliams
(UCLA)
Effects of Surface Gravity Waves on Winds, Currents, and Materials

NOVEMBER 8, 2004

Physics seminar
1 LeConte Hall
4:30pm

John Harte
(UC Berkeley)
Predicting Climate Change on a Green Planet: A Daunting Challenge

NOVEMBER 15, 2004

Physics seminar
1 LeConte Hall
4:30pm

Marcia McNutt
(Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute)
Engineering the Ocean

JANUARY 31, 2005

Nuclear seminar
3105 Etcheverry Hall
4:00pm

John Shinn
(ChevronTexaco)
Implications of the Kyoto Protocol and Beyond

JANUARY 31, 2005

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Michael Keller
(NASA-LBA/USDA)
Selective Logging in the Amazon Region of Brazil: Carbon Budgets, Biogeochemical Cycles, and Prospects for Sustainability

FEBRUARY 2, 2005

Geochemistry seminar
401 McCone Hall
1:30pm

Alexandra Turchyn
(Harvard University)
Oxygen Isotopes in Marine Sulfate: A window into coupled biogeochemical cycles

FEBRUARY 8, 2005

CAMFER seminar
130 Mulford Hall
12:00pm

Ralph Kahn
(JPL)
What MISR Multi-Angle Imaging Contributes to Our Picture of Atmospheric Aerosols

MARCH 11, 2005

CEE seminar
240A Bechtel Hall
12:00pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
Atmospheric Water: Three perspectives from a climate model

MARCH 17, 2005

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Sunyoung Park
(UC Berkeley)
Measurements of N2O isotopologues (15N14NO, 14N15NO and N218O): Insights into global biogeochemical cycling and atmospheric chemistry and transport

MARCH 29, 2005

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Rudy Marcus
(Caltech)
The Mass-Independent Oxygen Isotope Effect in Stratospheric Ozone and in the Earliest Solids in the Solar System

MARCH 30, 2005

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Ian Faloona
(UC Davis)
Coastal Carbon Monoxide: Combustion, Chromophores, and Climate

APRIL 12, 2005

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Jim Anderson
(Harvard University)
Of Molecules and Climate Forecasts: Transition State Theory, Fluctuation-Dissipation, and Spectroscopy

APRIL 13, 2005

ERG seminar
20 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Julian Marshall
(UC Berkeley)
Urban Planning, Air Quality, and Health

APRIL 27, 2005

BASC seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

William Ruddiman
(University of Virginia)
Human influences on global climate began thousands of years ago

APRIL 28, 2005

BASC seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

William Ruddiman
(University of Virginia)
Anthropogenic forcing of the cooling into the little ice age

SEPTEMBER 12, 2005

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
12:00pm

Carl Brenninkmeijer
(Max Planck Institute for Atmospheric Chemistry)
CARIBIC, a flying analytical atmospheric chemistry laboratory

SEPTEMBER 15, 2005

EPS seminar
1 LeConte Hall
4:00pm

Andrew Ingersoll
(Caltech)
Dynamics of Giant Planet Atmospheres

SEPTEMBER 15, 2005

University seminar
315 Wheeler Hall
6:00pm

Sir David King
(Chief Science Advisor to Prime Minister Tony Blair)
Climate Change: The International Perspective

SEPTEMBER 16, 2005

LBNL seminar
90-3148, LBNL
3:00pm

Daniel Rosenfeld
(Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
The role of air pollution in decreasing trends of orographic precipitation and respective water resources

SEPTEMBER 19, 2005

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Dennis Baldocchi
(UC Berkeley)
The roles of switches, pulses and lags on the dynamics of biosphere-atmosphere trace gas exchange

SEPTEMBER 26, 2005

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
12:00pm

Allison Steiner
(UC Berkeley)
Impact of climate change on air quality in California

SEPTEMBER 29, 2005

University seminar
3110 Etcheverry Hall
4:00pm

Robert Scott
(University of Texas, Austin)
Quantifying oceanic turbulence using satellite-based radar altimetry

OCTOBER 7, 2005

CEE seminar
240A Bechtel Hall
12:00pm

Brett Singer
(LBNL)
Giant bed saves woman from toxic cloud and other tales of organic gas sorption on residential materials

OCTOBER 12, 2005

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Lisa Curran
(Yale)
Drivers of land use change across two tropical frontiers in Borneo and Brazil: Importance of governance for carbon emissions and biodiversity

OCTOBER 14, 2005

CEE seminar
240A Bechtel Hall
12:00pm

William Riley
(LBNL)
Estimating regional-scale surface CO2 and energy exchanges using a combination of bottom-up and top-down approaches

OCTOBER 24, 2005

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

John Lin
(Colorado State University)
How do we learn about terrestrial sources and sinks of carbon?

OCTOBER 25, 2005

LBNL seminar
90-3148, LBNL
10:00am

Matthias Cuntz
(Research School of Biological Sciences, Australia)
Saving private Dongmann - non-steady-state leaf water isotope enrichment

OCTOBER 28, 2005

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
12:30pm

Elizabeth Moyer
(Harvard University)
Tracking the sources of stratospheric water: new measurements of isotopic markers of deep convection

OCTOBER 31, 2005

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
12:00pm

Stephanie Ewing
(UC Berkeley)
Driest Atacama Desert soils store two million years of atmospheric deposition

NOVEMBER 1, 2005

University seminar
251C Hilgard Hall
3:30pm

Dr. Mark Potosnak
(Desert Research Institute)
Fluxes of isoprene and monoterpenes from a tundra ecosystem and potential impacts on polar tropospheric chemistry

NOVEMBER 18, 2005

CEE seminar
240A Bechtel Hall
12:00pm

Michael Kleeman
(UC Davis)
Source contributions to airborne secondary particulate matter in California

NOVEMBER 18, 2005

BASC seminar
775 Tan Hall
12:00pm

Juliane Fry
(Caltech)
Kinetics and spectroscopy of peroxynitrous acid (HOONO) and hydroxymethyl hydroperoxide (HOCH2OOH)

NOVEMBER 28, 2005

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
12:00pm

Hugo Lambert
(UC Berkeley)
20th Century Land and Ocean Precipitation

NOVEMBER 30, 2005

LBNL seminar
ALS Conference Room, LBNL
4:15pm

Doug Worsnop
(Aerodyne Research, Inc.)
Aerosol Mass Spectrometry: What have we learned about atmospheric aerosol chemistry?

NOVEMBER 30, 2005

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Julio Friedmann
(LLNL)
Thinking big: The challenge of carbon capture and storage as a greenhouse gas abatement strategy

DECEMBER 7, 2005

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Stephen Chu
(LBNL)
Research Areas in the Search for Sustainable CO2 Neutral Energy

DECEMBER 12, 2005

LBNL seminar
90-4133, LBNL
11:00am

Drew Shindell
(NASA GISS)
New results from chemistry and climate modeling with the GISS GCM

JANUARY 25, 2006

University seminar
714C University Hall
8:00am

Jun Wu
(UCLA)
Modeling human exposure to vehicle-related and other air pollutants

JANUARY 26, 2006

University seminar
90-2063, LBNL
1:00pm

Govindasamy Bala
(LLNL)
Coupled climate and carbon cycle modelings at LLNL: progress and challenges

JANUARY 30, 2006

ESPM seminar
775B Tan Hall
12:00pm

Stephanie Shaw
(UC Berkeley)
Oceanic Sources of VOC to the Atmosphere

FEBRUARY 1, 2006

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Whitney Colella
(Stanford)
Switching to a U.S. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Fleet: The Resultant Change in Emissions, Energy Use, and Global Warming Gases

FEBRUARY 1, 2006

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Connie Millar
(Sierra Nevada Research Center)
Late Holocene Forest Dynamics, Volcanism, and Climate Change, Glass Creek Watershed, Eastern Sierra Nevada

FEBRUARY 2, 2006

University seminar
112 Hilgard Hall
2:00pm

Ray Leuning
(CSIRO)
Land surface evaporation from flux towers and MODIS remote sensing

FEBRUARY 6, 2006

University seminar
714C University Hall
8:00am

Michael Jerrett
(University of Southern California)
Spatial Analysis of Traffic-generated Air Pollution and Mortality in Toronto

FEBRUARY 14, 2006

University seminar
714C University Hall
8:00am

Julian Marshall
(University of British Columbia)
Inhalation of motor vehicle emissions in urban environments

FEBRUARY 24, 2006

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Branko Kosovic
(LLNL)
Methodology for Solving Inverse Problems in Atmospheric Dispersion

FEBRUARY 27, 2006

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
12:00pm

Amanda Cole
(UC Berkeley)
The triple oxygen isotopic composition of stratospheric CO2: New insights from experiments and modeling

MARCH 8, 2006

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Lisa Curran
(Yale)
Drivers of land use change across two tropical frontiers in Borneo and Brazil: Importance of governance for carbon emissions and biodiversity

MARCH 15, 2006

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
Plants and Climate Change

MARCH 20, 2006

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
12:00pm

Yit Arn Teh
(UC Berkeley)
TBA

APRIL 7, 2006

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

John Little
(Virginia Tech)
Emissions of VOCs and SVOCs from Consumer Products and Building Materials

APRIL 17, 2006

ESPM seminar
Sibley Auditorium Hall
6:00pm

Robert F. Sawyer
(California Air Resources Board)
From science to regulation - Clearing the air in California

APRIL 24, 2006

BASC seminar
775B Tan Hall
12:00pm

James Dorsey
(UC Berkeley)
TBA

APRIL 28, 2006

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Patrick Sullivan
(Forensic Management Associates, Inc.)
Synthetic Chemicals in the food, water, and air of 40 American cities

SEPTEMBER 5, 2006

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Piergiorgio Casavecchia
(University of Perugia)
Radical-Molecule and Radical-Radical Reaction Dynamics by Crossed Molecular Beams with 'Soft' Ionization Detection: From Combustion to Astrochemistry

SEPTEMBER 15, 2006

University seminar
Andersen Auditorium, Haas
12:00pm

Carol Browner
(EPA)
Energy Policy for the 21st Century

SEPTEMBER 27, 2006

University seminar
355 Goldman School of Public Policy
4:00pm

Peter Hess
(AWMA)
From Science to Regulation: Air Quality Successes and Challenges

SEPTEMBER 28, 2006

BASC seminar
Sibley Auditorium
4:00pm

Kerry Emanuel
(MIT)
Hurricanes and Climate Change

OCTOBER 13, 2006

CEE seminar
240 Bechtel Center
12:00pm

Reed Maxwell
(LLNL)
The interdependence between groundwater flow, shallow soil moisture and the atmospheric boundary layer

OCTOBER 31, 2006

LBNL seminar
50A-5132 Conference Room, LBNL
11:00am

Damon Matthews
(Carnegie Mellon University)
Coupling Climate and the Carbon Cycle: Implications for Future Climate Change

NOVEMBER 8, 2006

University seminar
355 Goldman School of Public Policy
12:30pm

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)
Climate Change Science and the Supreme Court

NOVEMBER 8, 2006

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Kurt Cuffey
(UC Berkeley)
Global warming, the hockey-stick controversy, and the IPCC

NOVEMBER 14, 2006

ESPM seminar
103 Mulford Hall
3:00pm

Neil Donahue
(Carnegie Mellon University)
Limonene Oxidation as a Model for Gas-Phase and Mixed-Phase Production of Secondary Organic Aerosol

NOVEMBER 14, 2006

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Barbara Finlayson-Pitts
(UC Irvine)
Troposphere: Unique Challenges and Opportunities for Us All

NOVEMBER 15, 2006

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Larry Smith
(UCLA)
Russia's vast northern peatlands: A key player in Global Change

JANUARY 16, 2007

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Allen Goldstein
(UC Berkeley)
Known and Unexplored Organic Constituents in the Earth's Atmosphere

JANUARY 18, 2007

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Peter John Huybers
(Harvard)
Glacial variability over the last two million years: continuousobliquity pacing and the Pleistocene progression

JANUARY 31, 2007

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Max Auffhammer
(UC Berkeley)
Reductions in Aerosol Pollution and Greenhouse Gases: Potential Benefits to Indian Agriculture

FEBRUARY 14, 2007

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

David Purkey
(Stockholm Environmental Institute)
Using Models to Understand the Implications of Climate Change on Water Management

FEBRUARY 27, 2007

BASC seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Heather Allen
(Ohio State University)
Structure at Air-Aqueous Interfaces: Salts, Acids, Lipids, and Water

FEBRUARY 28, 2007

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Harvey Lam
(Princeton)
Good Enough Tools for Global Warming Policy Making

MARCH 7, 2007

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Walter Oechel
(San Diego State University)
Climate Change, Carbon, and Arctic Ecosystems: Is it already too late?

APRIL 6, 2007

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Linsey Marr
(Virginia Tech)
Air Quality Engineering at the Nano, Micro, and Mega Scales

APRIL 20, 2007

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Chin-Hoh Moeng
(NCAR)
Large-Eddy Simulation for Planetary-Boundary-Layer Research

SEPTEMBER 5, 2007

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Satis Arnold
(Murdoch University)
Australia Confronts Climate Change

SEPTEMBER 7, 2007

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Allen Goldstein
(UC Berkeley)
Known and Unexplored Organic Constituents in the Earth's Atmosphere

SEPTEMBER 10, 2007

ESPM seminar
101 Morgan Hall
4:00pm

John Harte
(ERG)
Biotic Feedbacks to Local and Global Climate Change

SEPTEMBER 12, 2007

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:10pm

Sarah Knuth
(UC Berkeley)
Combating Global Warming in Philadelphia: Towards a People's Climate Policy?

SEPTEMBER 12, 2007

ESPM seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Lee Lynd
(Dartmouth)
Energy Biotechnology: Anticipating a Revolution

SEPTEMBER 20, 2007

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

William Collins
(LBNL)
The Roles of Solar Absorption in Climate and Climate Change

SEPTEMBER 21, 2007

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Robert Sawyer
(UC Berkeley)
California's Program to Reduce Light-duty Motor Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emissions

SEPTEMBER 26, 2007

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Lee Schipper
(EMBARQ of WRI)
Mass Transport or Transport for the Masses? The threats and opportunities from hyper motorization in China, India and Vietnam

SEPTEMBER 28, 2007

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

William Collins
(LBNL)
What Climate Models Can and Cannot Do to Help Us Understand Future Climate Change

OCTOBER 4, 2007

BASC seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Isaac Held
(GFDL)
The response of the hydrological cycle to global warming

OCTOBER 5, 2007

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Steve Margulis
(UCLA)
Toward the Characterization of Snowpack from Space-Borne Satellite Measurements: A Multi-Frequency Multi-Scale Data Assimilation Approach

OCTOBER 10, 2007

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Chris Somerville
(UC Berkeley)
Technical Issues Associated with the Development of Lignocellulosic Biofuels

OCTOBER 17, 2007

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:10pm

Thomas Molg
(University of Innsbruck)
TBA

OCTOBER 17, 2007

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Ananth Chikkatur
(Harvard)
Coal and India's Energy Future

OCTOBER 24, 2007

University seminar
Sibley Auditorium
11:00am

Phil Marcus
(UC Berkeley)
Jupiter's New Red Spot: A Thermometer for Climate Change on Another Planet?

OCTOBER 29, 2007

PChem seminar
101 Morgan Hall
4:00pm

Peter Maass
(UC Berkeley)
The Amazon v. Big Oil.

OCTOBER 31, 2007

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Alex Farrell
(UC Berkeley)
Biofuels in the 21st Century

NOVEMBER 13, 2007

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Ruth Signorell
(University of British Columbia)
Spectroscopic Properties of Aerosols and Their Microscopic Origin

NOVEMBER 14, 2007

University seminar
Sibley Auditorium
11:00am

Robert Dibble
(UC Berkeley)
Power to the People: Approaches to Generating Electric Power from Biofuels

NOVEMBER 14, 2007

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Robert Sawyer
(UC Berkeley)
Light-duty Diesels and Potential Health Impacts

NOVEMBER 16, 2007

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

James Doyle
(Naval Research Laboratory)
Simulating the Monster: Perspectives from T-REX (Terrain-Induced Rotor Experiment)

DECEMBER 6, 2007

BASC seminar
775 Tan Hall
2:30pm

Mark Lawrence
(MPI Mainz)
Effects of Clouds on Atmospheric Chemistry: Modeling Studies at the MPI for Chemistry

DECEMBER 7, 2007

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
1:00pm

Natalia Calvo
(NCAR)
ENSO signal in the stratosphere

JANUARY 22, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

Gerard Roe
(University of Washington)
Why is climate sensitivity so unpredictable?

JANUARY 29, 2008

BASC seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Doug Worsnop
(Aerodyne Inc.)
TBA

FEBRUARY 5, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

Mark Thiemens
(UCSD)
Mass independent isotope effects and the early solar system; paleo ozone, climate change, and the origin of life

FEBRUARY 12, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

Lynn Russell
(Scripps Institute of Oceanography)
Organic functional groups and iron oxidation states in atmospheric particles

FEBRUARY 12, 2008

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Reinhard Schinke
(Max Planck Institute)
Dynamical Studies of the Photodissociation of Ozone: From the Near IR to the XUV

FEBRUARY 13, 2008

PChem seminar
775 Tan Hall
1:30pm

Reinhard Schinke
(Max Planck Institute)
The Ozone Isotope Effect: Will We Ever Understand It?

FEBRUARY 13, 2008

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Maxwell Boykoff
(Oxford)
The Cultural Politics of Climate Change: Focusing on Mass Media

FEBRUARY 20, 2008

ESPM seminar
110 Barrows Hall
4:00pm

Asmeret Berhe
(UC Berkeley)
The Significance of Soil Erosion for Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration

FEBRUARY 22, 2008

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Michael Hannigan
(University of Colorado at Boulder)
Characterization of PM2.5 to Determine the Source of the Associated Mortality and Morbidity

FEBRUARY 26, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

Athanasios Nenes
(Georgia Tech)
Aerosol-cloud interactions: the elusive component of anthropogenic climate change

MARCH 26, 2008

BASC seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

John Burrows
(University of Bremen)
Exploring the atmospheric chemistry from space: the challenge and the potential

MARCH 18, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

Robert Harley
(UC Berkeley)
Sensitivity of California's air quality to climate change

APRIL 1, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

John Chiang
(UC Berkeley)
Pacific climate change and ENSO during the mid-Holocene

APRIL 7, 2008

PChem seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Dan Kammen
(UC Berkeley)
Science and Policy Innovations for a Low Carbon Society

APRIL 8, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

Phillip Cameron-Smith
(LLNL)
Towards an Earth-System Model: The Contribution of Atmospheric Chemistry

APRIL 15, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

Suzzane Paulson
(UCLA)
Generation of Reactive Oxygen Species by Ambient Aerosols

APRIL 22, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

Terry Chapin
(University of Alaska)
Changing Feedbacks in the Climate-Biosphere System

APRIL 29, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

Juliane Fry
(Reed College)
Atmospheric chemistry of nitrogen oxides

MAY 6, 2008

BASC seminar
9 Lewis Hall
11:00am

Alistair Lewis
(University of York)
Ozone and methane removal in the tropical maritime boundary layer

MAY 7, 2008

BASC seminar
775 Tan Hall
12:00pm

Lydia Wegman
(EPA)
Impacts of climate change on air quality and human health in the US and EPA greenhouse gas regulatory actions

SEPTEMBER 5, 2008

LBNL seminar
Building 90, Room 3075, LBNL
1:00pm

Dennis Baldocchi
(UC Berkeley)
Using Biophysical Models and Eddy Covariance Measurements to Ask (and Answer) Questions about Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions

SEPTEMBER 5, 2008

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Bart Croes
(ARB)
TBA

SEPTEMBER 16, 2008

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Ian Gabally
(CSIRO)
Studies of VOCs in the Australian region of the Southern Hemisphere

SEPTEMBER 23, 2008

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Kristie Boering
(UC Berkeley)
Ozone, Carbon Dioxide, and unusual Kinetic Isotope effects: From the Stratosphere to the Laboratory and Back Again

SEPTEMBER 30, 2008

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Yuen Ron Shen
(UC Berkeley)
Structures of Water Interfaces Seen by Vibrational Spectroscopy

OCTOBER 2, 2008

BASC seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Raymond Pierrehumbert
(U Chicago)
Tropical cloud thermostats: the delusion that doesn't die

OCTOBER 8, 2008

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Bryan Nolan Shuman
(U Wyoming)
Holocene Changes in North American Moisture Gradients - and their Ecological Consequences

OCTOBER 14, 2008

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Noah Diffenbaugh
(Purdue)
Dynamics and impacts of fine-scale climate change

OCTOBER 28, 2008

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Joel Thornton
(U Washington)
Do we know where all of the nitrogen goes? Some challenges of quantifying reactive nitrogen deposition to forests

NOVEMBER 4, 2008

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Cecilia Bitz
(U Washington)
Predicting sea ice-climate interactions

NOVEMBER 18, 2008

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Cari Kaufman
(UC Berkeley)
Comparing Sources of Variability in Regional Climate Model Experiments

DECEMBER 2, 2008

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Bill Nazaroff
(UC Berkeley)
TBA

JANUARY 27, 2009

BASC seminar
241 Cory Hall
11:00am

Anthony Wexler
(UC Davis)
Single Ultrafine Particle Mass Spectrometers: A Short History, A Look Ahead

FEBRUARY 3, 2009

BASC seminar
241 Cory Hall
11:00am

Rupert Holzinger
(Utrecht Univ)
Monitoring organic compounds in both the gas phase and in aerosols: results from smog chamber studies and from the field with a new approach based on PTR-MS

FEBRUARY 10, 2009

BASC seminar
241 Cory Hall
11:00am

Surabi Menon
(LBNL)
Aerosol-climate interactions: Recent and future trends

FEBRUARY 17, 2009

BASC seminar
241 Cory Hall
11:00am

Rob Rhew
(UC Berkeley)
Biogeochemistry of the Montreal Protocol gases

FEBRUARY 24, 2009

BASC seminar
241 Cory Hall
11:00am

Robert Bornstein
(SJSU)
Cooling Summer Daytime Temperatures in Coastal California During 1948-2005: Observations, Modeling, and Implications

MARCH 10, 2009

BASC seminar
241 Cory Hall
11:00am

Michael Wehner
(LBNL)
Detection/attribution of change to hurricane climatology

MARCH 17, 2009

BASC seminar
241 Cory Hall
11:00am

Ragu Murtugudde
(U Maryland)
Regional Climate Change Modeling

MARCH 31, 2009

BASC seminar
241 Cory Hall
11:00am

Ben Santer
(LLNL)
Incorporating Model Quality Information in Detection and Attribution Studies: One Model, One Vote?"

APRIL 7, 2009

BASC seminar
122 Barrows Hall
11:00am

Phil Arkin
(U Mayrland)
Global rainfall reconstruction and analysis

APRIL 14, 2009

BASC seminar
122 Barrows Hall
11:00am

Amy Clement
(U Miami)
Low-level clouds and climate change

APRIL 21, 2009

BASC seminar
122 Barrows Hall
11:00am

Suzanne Paulson
(UCLA)
Generation of Hydrogen Peroxide by Urban Aerosols and Near Freeway Aerosol Distributions before Sunrise

APRIL 28, 2009

BASC seminar
122 Barrows Hall
11:00am

Bill Riley
(LBNL)
Using radiocarbon measurements and modeling to constrain California's fossil fuel CO2 emissions and transport

MAY 5, 2009

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Jim Galloway
(U Virginia)
Nitrogen: A Story of Food, Fuel and Fiber

SEPTEMBER 1, 2009

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Jordi Vila-Guerau de Arellano
(Wageningen University)
What controls the diurnal variability of carbon dioxide and reactants?

SEPTEMBER 8, 2009

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Marc Fischer
(LBNL)
Regional Estimates of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from California

SEPTEMBER 11, 2009

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Mary Gilles
(LBNL)
Probing Atmospheric Aerosols by Micro-Spectroscopic Methods

SEPTEMBER 15, 2009

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Kevin Wilson
(LBNL)
Understanding the role of secondary chemistry, functionalization and chemical erosion in the heterogeneous oxidation of organic aerosols

SEPTEMBER 18, 2009

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Peter Sullivan
(NCAR)
High Resolution Simulations and Observations of Atmospheric Boundary Layers

SEPTEMBER 25, 2009

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Michael Jerrett
(UC Berkeley)
Effects of Automobile Traffic and Air Pollution around the Home on the Development of Obesity in Children aged 10-18 Years

SEPTEMBER 29, 2009

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Jana Milford
(University of Colorado at Boulder)
Air Quality Impacts of Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles in Denver

SEPTEMBER 30, 2009

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:15pm

Petra Dekens
(SFSU)
El Padre: Tropical Indo-Pacific conditions in the early Pliocene

OCTOBER 6, 2009

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Annmarie Eldering
(JPL)
Tropospheric Chemistry from Space: TES Highlights and Ideas for the Future

OCTOBER 15, 2009

BASC seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Graeme Stephens
(Colorado State University)
Reconciling the character of the hydrological cycle in climate models with Earth observations

OCTOBER 27, 2009

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Jim Randerson
(UC Irvine)
The role of fire in regulating coupled global biogeochemical cycles

OCTOBER 28, 2009

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:10pm

Tomoko Komada
(SFSU)
Carbon Degradation in anaerobic Marine sediments: The Role of Dissolved Organic Matter

NOVEMBER 3, 2009

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Cort Anastasio
(UC Davis)
Hydroxyl radical formation by fine particles in solution and its implications for human health

NOVEMBER 10, 2009

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Jessica Lundquist
(University of Washington)
Rain vs. Snow in the Sierra Nevada, CA: freezing levels, radar brightbands, and mountain hydrology

NOVEMBER 13, 2009

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

Mark Jacobson
(Stanford)
Review of Energy Solutions to Global Warming, Air Pollution, and Energy Security

NOVEMBER 17, 2009

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Tim Wallington
(Ford Motor Company)
Atmospheric Science and Sustainable Mobility: An Industrial Perspective

DECEMBER 1, 2009

BASC seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

John Seinfeld
(Caltech.)
Atmospheric Organic Aerosols

DECEMBER 4, 2009

CEE seminar
406 Davis Hall
12:00pm

James Schauer
(University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Strategies for Source Apportionment of Atmospheric Particulate Matter in Developing and Underdeveloped Nations

JANUARY 22, 2010

ESPM seminar
112 Hilgard Hall
11:00am

Philip J Marriott
(RMIT, Australia)
Comprehensive

FEBRUARY 5, 2010

CEE seminar
534 Davis Hall
2:00pm

Cristina Archer
(CSU-Chico)
Integrating wind and solar energy for a total energy supply in the US

FEBRUARY 10, 2010

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Michael W. I. Schmidt
(University of Zurich)
All You Ever Wanted to Know About Biochar (and other fire-derived soil organic matter) But Were Afraid to Ask

FEBRUARY 11, 2010

EPS seminar
1 LeConte Hall
4:00pm

Jay Melosh
(Purdue)
Results from NASA's Deep Impact Mission to Comet Tempel 1

FEBRUARY 18, 2010

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Alexander Stine
(UC Berkeley)
Observed Changes in the Seasonal Cycle of Earth's Surface Temperature

FEBRUARY 23, 2010

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Dudley R Herschbach
(Harvard)
Let There Be Light: Genesis of Meteor Trails and Nightglow

MARCH 1, 2010

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Luiz Martinelli
(University of Sao Paulo)
Biofuel in Brazil: environmental and social impacts

MARCH 8, 2010

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

Leda Kobziar
(University of Florida)
From the Sierra to the Swamp: How fire drives succession, carbon flux, and future fires

MARCH 11, 2010

University seminar
300 Wheeler Hall
12:00pm

Kristie Ebi
(IPCC)
Human Health Risks of and Public Health Responses to Climate Change

MARCH 18, 2010

LBNL seminar
Building 50 Auditorium, LBNL
12:00pm

Charles J. Weschler
(Technical University of Denmark)
Indoor Chemical Exposures: Humans' Non-respiratory Interactions with Room Air

MARCH 18, 2010

EPS seminar
LeConte 1 Hall
4:00pm

James Farquhar
(University of Maryland)
A look into Earth's early environments

MARCH 19, 2010

CEE seminar
534 Davis Hall
2:00pm

Tom Kirchstetter
(LBL)
Evaluating the effects of black carbon on the reflectivity and melting of snow, which contributes to climate change

MARCH 23, 2010

CEE seminar
775 Tan Hall
11:00am

Jim J. Lin
(Academia Sinica)
Photolysis of ClOOCl and the Ozone Hole: A Molecular Beam Study

APRIL 8, 2010

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Yi Huang
(Harvard)
A longwave radiation spectral perspective on climate and climate change

APRIL 13, 2010

EPS seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00pm

Jung Eun Lee
(University of Chicago)
Plant hydraulics across geologic time scales: Implications for climate

APRIL 14, 2010

EPS seminar
575 McCone Hall
1:00pm

David Romps
(Harvard)
Entrainment in atmospheric convection

APRIL 20, 2010

EPS seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:30pm

Robert Kopp
(AAAS)
TBA

APRIL 21, 2010

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Rynda Hudman
(UC Berkeley)
Effects of climate change on forest fires over North America and impact on U.S. air quality and visibility

MAY 6, 2010

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Amy Englebrecht
(UC Berkeley)
A High Resolution Record of Late Holocene Climate Change from Isla Isabela, Gulf of California

MAY 13, 2010

EPS seminar
102 Moffitt Hall
4:00pm

Abby Swan
(UC Berkeley)
Ecoclimate teleconnections: remote effects of the interactions between ecosystems and climate

MAY 17, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
1:30pm

Keith Rodgers
(Princeton)
An Increased Seasonal Cycle in air-sea CO2 fluxes over the 21st century in Coupled Climate Models

SEPTEMBER 7, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Tina Chow
(UC Berkeley)
Atmospheric turbulence modeling and implications for wind energy

SEPTEMBER 14, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

David Thompson
(Colorado State University)
Understanding the response of the atmospheric circulation to global warming

SEPTEMBER 21, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Eric Saltzman
(UC Irvine)
Reactive chlorine cycling in marine air

SEPTEMBER 28, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Hideki Kobayashi
(UC Berkeley)
Three dimensional modeling of the radiative transfer and energy balance in a heterogeneous oak woodland

SEPTEMBER 29, 2010

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Jeffrey Shaman
(Oregon State)
Absolute Humidity and the Seasonality of Influenza

OCTOBER 12, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

John Norman
(University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Mapping Surface Fluxes and Drought From Local to Continental Scales Using Thermal Remote Sensing

OCTOBER 13, 2010

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Kurt Cuffey
(UC Berkeley)
Ice, Sea Level, and Contemporary Climate Change

OCTOBER 19, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Rob Pinder
(EPA)
Sources, Transport, and Fate of Atmospheric Reactive Nitrogen: A Modelling Perspective

OCTOBER 20, 2010

PChem seminar
180 Tan Hall
4:00pm

Kristie Boering
(UC Berkeley)
Of microbes and men: The isotopic composition of atmospheric nitrous oxide since 1940

NOVEMBER 2, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Peter Adams
(Carnegie Mellon)
A New Model of Global Organic Aerosol Chemistry

NOVEMBER 9, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Graham Feingold
(NOAA)
Self Organization in Cloud Systems

NOVEMBER 16, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Renyi Zhang
(Texas AM University)
Contributions of Organic Vapors to Nucleation and Growth of Nanoparticles in the Atmosphere

NOVEMBER 30, 2010

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Becky Alexander
(University of Washington)
The oxidative capacity of the atmosphere from the last glacial maximum to the present day

JANUARY 25, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Klaus Lackner
(Columbia)
Direct CO2 Capture from Air Using Moisture Swing Absorption

FEBRUARY 1, 2011

PChem seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Margaret Tolbert
(University of Colorado at Boulder)
Aerosols on the Ancient Earth: Lessons from Saturn's Moon Titan

FEBRUARY 10, 2011

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
11:00am

Steven Wofsy
(Harvard)
Slicing the atmosphere: learning about global sources of greenhouse gases and pollutants from global aircraft measurements

FEBRUARY 18, 2011

CEE seminar
534 Davis Hall
11:00am

Craig Clements
(SJSU)
The micrometeorology of fires

FEBRUARY 22, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Daniel Rosenfeld
(Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Climate cloud radiative forcing uncertainty: the result of two large and highly uncertain opposite effects of nearly similar magnitude

FEBRUARY 25, 2011

CEE seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Stephen Siliman
(Notre Dame)
Development of Reliable Hydrologic Data Sets in Difficult Environments: Case Studies from Benin, West Africa

MARCH 1, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Daniel Feldman
(LBNL)
Using Observing System Simulation Experiments to Guide the Next Generation of NASA Earth-Observing Satellites

MARCH 8, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Randall Martin
(Dalhousie)
Insight into Air Quality from Satellite Remote Sensing

MARCH 15, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Dale Durran
(Univeristy of Washington)
Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange and the Mesoscale Dynamics of Thin Tropical Tropopause Cirrus

MARCH 29, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Carl Brenninkmeijer
(Max Planck - Mainz)
Operation and results of passenger aircraft based atmospheric chemistry observatory

MARCH 31, 2011

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Diana Liverman
(University of Arizona)
Governing Climate Change

APRIL 1, 2011

CEE seminar
254 Sutardja Dai Hall
11:00am

Eigil Kaas
(Niels Bohr Institute)
A hybrid Eulerian-Lagrangian mass conserving transport scheme

APRIL 12, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Phil Marcus
(UC Berkeley)
Changes in Jupiter's spots, stripes and rings

APRIL 19, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Frank Keutsch
(University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Oxidative chemistry of biogenic volatile organic compounds: Observations and modeling studies

APRIL 26, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

David Whiteman
(University of Utah)
Seiches, Sloshing and Other Aspects of Stable Boundary Layer Evolution in Selected Basins of the Alps and Western United States

SEPTEMBER 6, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Jennifer Murphy
(University of Toronto)
Atmospheric Reduced Nitrogen and the Coupling Between Surface Fluxes and Particle Formation

SEPTEMBER 6, 2011

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Richard Saykally
(UC Berkeley)
Selective Ion Adsorption to the Liquid Water Surface and its Effects on Evaporation Rates

SEPTEMBER 13, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Michael Goulden
(UC Irvine)
How Likely is a Large Terrestrial Feedback to Climate Change?

SEPTEMBER 27, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Steve Brown
(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Boulder CO)
The Dark Side of Atmospheric Chemistry

OCTOBER 4, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Adam Sobel
(Columbia University)
Projected Changes in the Seasonal Cycle Under Global Warming

OCTOBER 7, 2011

LBNL seminar
Building 50 Auditorium
11:00am

Venkatachalam Ramaswamy
(GFDL)
Advances in Global Climate Modeling for Scientific Understanding and Predictability

OCTOBER 11, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Pieter Tans
(University of Colorado)
Climate Change and the End of Exponential Growth

OCTOBER 1, 2011

ESPM seminar
159 Mulford Hall
4:00pm

David Winickoff
(UC Berkeley)
Current Initiatives and Collective Choices

OCTOBER 18, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Jeffrey Chambers
(LBNL)
Forest-Atmosphere Interactions and Net Carbon Balance in the Central Amazon

OCTOBER 19, 2011

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Alessandra Giannini
(Columbia University)
Climate and Society in the Recent Environmental Change in the Sahel

OCTOBER 25, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Steve Montzka
(NOAA)
Shorter-Lived Trace-Gases: Opportunities for Mitigating Ozone Depletion and Climate Change

OCTOBER 28, 2011

CEE seminar
534 Davis Hall
11:00am

Sonia Wharton
(LLNL)
Using High-Resolution Observations for Improving Wind Power Production: Two Case Studies in California

NOVEMBER 1, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Pier Siebesma
(Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut)
The Role of Cold Pools in the Formation of Deep Cumulus Convection

NOVEMBER 8, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Jose Jimenez
(University of Colorado at Boulder)
Insights into Organic Aerosol Sources and Processing from Advanced Measurements and Modeling

NOVEMBER 15, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Stephan de Wekker
(University of Virginia)
Daytime Boundary Layers and Multi-scale Flows in the Lower Atmosphere Over Mountains

NOVEMBER 17, 2011

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Kyung-Eun Min
(UC Berkeley)
Eddy-covariance Observations of the Atmosphere-Biosphere Exchange of Nitrogen Oxides

NOVEMBER 29, 2011

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Nadine Unger
(Yale)
The Atmospheric Chemistry of Forestry for Climate Protection

JANUARY 31, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Harold Brooks
(NOAA)
Severe Thunderstorms and Climate Change

FEBRUARY 21, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

John Mak
(Stony Brook University)
From Airplanes to Ice Cores: An Historical Perspective on the Sources of Atmospheric Carbon Monoxide

FEBRUARY 28, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Timothy Garrett
(University of Utah)
A simple method for diagnosing the dynamic response of cloudy air to diabatic heating and cooling

MARCH 6, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Joshua Hacker
(Naval Postgraduate School)
Ensemble filters to elucidate model deficiencies: an investigation of land-atmosphere coupling errors

MARCH 13, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Allen Robinson
(Carnegie Mellon University)
Linking Tailpipe to Ambient: Quantifying the Contribution of Motor Vehicle Emissions to Ambient Fine Particulate Matter

MARCH 20, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Chris Cappa
(UC Davis)
On the Magnitude of Absorption Enhancements Due to Mixing State of Atmospheric Black Carbon

APRIL 3, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Sonia Kreidenweis
(Colorado State University)
Particle-Cloud Interactions of Organic-Dominated Aerosols

APRIL 10, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Paquita Zuidema
(University of Miami)
The search for robust measurements of aerosol indirect effects in the southeast Pacific

APRIL 17, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Tong Zhu
(Peking University)
Formation Processes and Health Impacts of Atmospheric Pollution in Megacity Beijing and North China Plain

AUGUST 28, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Elliott Campbell
(UC Merced)
Large historical growth in global gross primary production

SEPTEMBER 4, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Hanna Lee
(National Center for Atmospheric Research)
TBA

SEPTEMBER 6, 2012

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Noah Diffenbaugh
(Stanford)
Dynamics of Fine-Scale Climate Change: Greenhouse forcing, heat-waves, and corn price volatility in the United States

SEPTEMBER 11, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Dargan Frierson
(University of Washington)
Atmospheric Circulation and Precipitation Responses to Global Warming in the Extratropics

SEPTEMBER 11, 2012

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Ronald Cohen
(UC Berkeley)
Breathing Easier? New Perspectives on the Atmospheric Chemistry of Ozone and Aerosol

SEPTEMBER 18, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Steven Krueger
(University of Utah)
Multi-scale Modeling: From Droplets to Clouds

OCTOBER 2, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Thomas Knutson
(NOAA/GFDL)
Hurricanes and Climate Change

OCTOBER 9, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Yen-Ting Hwang
(University of Washington)
Why is the ITCZ in the North? And why do GCMs have double ITCZ?

OCTOBER 16, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Jose Fuentes
(Pennsylvania State)
CANCELLED

OCTOBER 30, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Patrick Chuang
(UC Santa Cruz)
Can Meteorology Obfuscate Aerosol Effects on Marine Stratocumulus Clouds?

NOVEMBER 6, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Kevin Bowman
(Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Observational Constraints on Climate Forcing: Perspectives from Satellites, Models, and Assimilation

NOVEMBER 13, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Joost de Gouw
(NOAA/CIRES)
Organic Carbon in the Changing Atmosphere: How Our Energy Choices Affect Air Quality and Climate Change

NOVEMBER 20, 2012

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Chuck Kolb
(Aerodyne)
Atmospheric Chemistry Analytical Challenges: Trace Gas Isotopes to Organic Particle Soup

JANUARY 29, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Rainer Volkamer
(University of Colorado)
Measurements of tracers of marine organic carbon oxidation and halogen chemistry: implications for oxidative capacity in the tropical troposphere

FEBRUARY 19, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Jesse Kroll
(MIT)
Oxidized organic aerosol: formational pathways and chemical characteristics

FEBRUARY 26, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Robert Rohde
(Berkeley Earth)
Measuring the Earth's Land Surface Temperature over the Last 250 Years

MARCH 5, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Sharon Zhong
(Michigan State)
The characteristics and mechanisms of persistent temperature inversions in the intermountain west of the United States

MARCH 12, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Cai Yanjun
(UC Berkeley)
Indian monsoon changes over the last 250 kyr -- the speleothem records

MARCH 19, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Ben Lintner
(Rutgers)
Controls on South Pacific Convergence Zone convection and its variability

APRIL 2, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Allison Steiner
(University of Michigan)
The surface forcing of atmospheric aerosols: from local observations to regional circulation

APRIL 9, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Bob Yokelson
(University of Montana)
Understanding the impact of biomass burning at local to global scales: some recent advances and strategies for continued progress

APRIL 16, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Paul Palmer
(Edinburgh)
Boreal fires and ozone chemistry

APRIL 23, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

David Romps
(UC Berkeley)
Cold air that rises, and other surprises

APRIL 30, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Sue Van Den Heever
(Colorado State)
Dust impacts on the microphysical and dynamical characteristics of deep convective storms

AUGUST 28, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Elliott Campbell
(UC Merced)
Trace atmospheric gases, retrieved from the measurements of GOME, SCIAMACHY, and GOME-2 on early morning low earth orbit platforms

SEPTEMBER 3, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Joao Teixeira
(JPL)
Turbulence, clouds and climate: the sub-tropical cloud transition

SEPTEMBER 10, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

David Ho
(University of Hawaii)
Relationship between wind speed and gas exchange over the ocean

SEPTEMBER 17, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Solomon M. Hsiang
(UC Berkeley)
The economic impact of hurricanes

SEPTEMBER 24, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Eric Gulliyardi
(University of Reading)
Understanding ENSO in CGCMs: from statistics to process-based metrics

SEPTEMBER 25, 2013

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
3:40pm

Jessica Tierney
(WHOI)
New perspectives on East African climate change from models, proxies, and isotopes

OCTOBER 2, 2013

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
3:40pm

Michael Wehner
(LBNL)
Extreme Weather in a Changing Climate

OCTOBER 8, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Andrew Dessler
(Texas AM University)
Climate sensitivity, the water vapor feedback, and the IPCC

OCTOBER 15, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Dennis Baldocchi
(UC Berkeley)
What is Annual Ecosystem Photosynthesis? An exploration of data and models from ecosystem to globe

OCTOBER 22, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Zhaohua Wu
(Florida State University)
The ensemble empirical mode decomposition method: a noise-assisted method for physical analysis of data

OCTOBER 23, 2013

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
3:40pm

Eric Steig
(University of Washington)
Current Antarctica climate dynamics and ice sheet change: How they are connected and why it matters

OCTOBER 29, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Bob Yokelson
(University of Montana)
Biomass burning: Recent advances and strategies for continued progress

NOVEMBER 5, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Paul Ziemann
(UC Riverside)
Comprehensive laboratory studies of organic aerosol formation from the atmospheric oxidation of hydrocarbons

NOVEMBER 12, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Paul O'Gorman
(MIT)
Contrasting changes in mean and extreme snowfall in a warming climate

NOVEMBER 19, 2013

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Allen Goldstein
(UC Berkeley)
Embracing complexity: Deciphering origins and transformations of atmospheric organics through speciated measurements

JANUARY 21, 2014

BASC seminar
100E Hildebrand Hall
11:00am

Michael Prather
(UC Irvine)
Can global chemistry-climate models reproduce air quality extremes? Can we use them to predict what happens with climate change?

JANUARY 28, 2014

BASC seminar
100E Hildebrand Hall
11:00am

Bob Houze
(University of Washington)
Global variability of intense convection

FEBRUARY 6, 2014

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Jeff Severinghaus
(USCD)
What have we learned about our future from ice core studies of the past?

FEBRUARY 18, 2014

BASC seminar
100E Hildebrand Hall
11:00am

Daven Henze
(University of Colorado)
Using adjoint sensitivities to constrain and exploit source-receptor relationships in air quality models

FEBRUARY 25, 2014

University seminar
325 Old Le Conte Hall

1:00pm

Katelyn Greer
(University of Colorado)
The polar vortex and winter weather disturbances in the middle atmosphere

FEBRUARY 25, 2014

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Susan Solomon
(MIT)
Ozone depletion: An enduring challenge

MARCH 6, 2014

BASC seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Nicole Feldl
(Caltech)
Remote responses triggered by regional climate feedbacks

MARCH 7, 2014

CEE seminar
534 Davis Hall
2:00pm

Brian McDonald
(UC Berkeley)
High-resolution vehicle emission inventories and development of CO_2 monitoring platforms

MARCH 11, 2014

BASC seminar
100E Hildebrand Hall
11:00am

Alan Robock
(Rutgers University)
Climatic consequences and agricultural impact of regional nuclear conflict

MARCH 18, 2014

BASC seminar
100E Hildebrand Hall
11:00am

Jim Roberts
(NOAA)
The atmospheric chemistry of small molecules and their potential health effects

APRIL 3, 2014

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Kyle Armour
(MIT)
New perspectives on the role of oceans in transient climate change

APRIL 8, 2014

BASC seminar
100E Hildebrand Hall
11:00am

Emmanuel Vincent
(MIT)
Tropical cyclone - ocean interactions: implications at the climate scale

APRIL 17, 2014

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall

4:00pm

Daniela Rosa
(UC Berkeley)
Multiscale global atmospheric transport and convective precipitation

APRIL 29, 2014

BASC seminar
100E Hildebrand Hall
11:00am

Tim Bertram
(UCSD)
Chemistry at atmospheric aqueous interfaces: In situ constraints on halogen activation at the air-sea and air-particle interface

AUGUST 25, 2014

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
10:00am

Lixin Wu
(Ocean University of China)
How will Global Warming modulate ENSO variability?

SEPTEMBER 4, 2014

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Anja Schmidt
(University of Leeds)
Environmental and climatic effects of volcanic aerosol: past, present and future

SEPTEMBER 9, 2014

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Marianne Glasius
(Aarhus University, Denmark)
Tracing biogenic secondary organic aerosols and the influence of air pollution

SEPTEMBER 16, 2014

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

John Chiang
(UC Berkeley)
Role of seasonal transitions and westerly jets in East Asian paleoclimate

SEPTEMBER 25, 2014

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Simona Bordoni
(Caltech)
Influence of topographically-forced stationary waves on the East Asian summer monsoon

SEPTEMBER 30, 2014

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Da Yang
(Miller Fellow, UC Berkeley)
The Madden-Julian Oscillation

OCTOBER 7, 2014

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Chin-Hoh Moeng
(NCAR)
Kilometer-scale climate/weather modeling and its subgrid-scale transport

OCTOBER 14, 2014

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Camille Risi
(Laboratoire de Meteorologie)
How do water isotopic measurements inform us about moisture and cloud processes: from daily to paleo time scales

OCTOBER 16, 2014

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Charles Harvey
(MIT)
The fantastic simplicity of tropical peat swamp forests

NOVEMBER 4, 2014

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Chris Cappa
(UC Davis)
Linking Composition and Volatility of Atmospheric Organic Aerosols

NOVEMBER 7, 2014

CEE seminar
534 Davis Hall
2:00pm

Katie Lundquist
(Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Multiscale atmospheric simulation for wind energy

NOVEMBER 10, 2014

BASC seminar
775A Tan Hall
10:00am

Jeff Anderson
(UCAR)
Ensemble data assimilation, prediction and uncertainty quantification

NOVEMBER 12, 2014

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
3:30pm

Aaron Putnam
(Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory)
Universtiy of Maine

NOVEMBER 14, 2014

CEE seminar
534 Davis Hall
2:00pm

Jorn Dinh Herner
(California Air Resources Board)
Research and California's efforts to clean the air and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions

NOVEMBER 18, 2014

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Annmarie Carlton
(Rutgers University)
Recent trends in particle phase liquid water at the surface and aloft in the Southeast U.S.

DECEMBER 2, 2014

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Dorian S Abbot
(University of Chicago)
The effect of clouds on Snowball Earth Deglaciation and the inner edge of the Habitable Zone

DECEMBER 9, 2014

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Bernard Aumont
(Laboratoire Interuniversitaire des Systemes Atmospheriques)
Modeling the multiphase oxidation of organic compounds: An explicit approach

FEBRUARY 17, 2015

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Paul Wennberg
(Caltech)
Atmospheric peroxy radical chemistry of isoprene: impact on oxidant formation

MARCH 4, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Dylan Millet
(University of Minnesota)
Eyes in high and low places: Untangling the sources of atmospheric organic compounds using space-based and in-situ measurements

MARCH 11, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Jose D Fuentes
(Penn State)
Impacts of air pollutants on plant-insect interactions

MARCH 13, 2015

CEE seminar
534 Davis Hall
2:00pm

Susanne Hering
(Aerosol Dynamics Inc)
A "MAGIC" system for measuring ultrafine particle concentrations

APRIL 2, 2015

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Peter Hitchcock
(University of Cambridge)
How the stratosphere influences surface weather and climate

APRIL 3, 2015

CEE seminar
534 Davis Hall
2:00pm

Marc Fischer
(LBNL)
Quantifying GHG emission reductions for mitigation assessment

APRIL 8, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Gordon Bonan
(NCAR)
Connecting mathematical ecosystems, real-world ecosystems, and climate science

APRIL 9, 2015

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Pedram Hassanzadeh
(Harvard)
Response of midlatitude extreme weather events to climate change

APRIL 15, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Joanna Joiner
(NASA)
Chl Fluorescence

APRIL 16, 2015

ESPM seminar
132 Mufford Hall
12:00pm

Mariane Glasius
(Aarhus University)
Tracing sources of organic aerosols in urban and arctic environments

APRIL 22, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

James Smith
(NCAR)
Understanding the chemical processes that affect growth rates of atmospheric nanoparticles

APRIL 29, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

David Thompson
(Colorado State)
Periodicity in the extratropical atmospheric circulation

AUGUST 26, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Caroline Muller
(Ecole Polytechnique)
What favors convective aggregation in the tropical atmosphere, and why?

SEPTEMBER 9, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Jonathan Wright
(Tsinghua University)
The role of rainforest transpiration in initiating the southern Amazon wet season

SEPTEMBER 16, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

William Collins
(UC Berkeley)
Direct observations of the anthropogenic greenhouse effect

SEPTEMBER 21, 2015

Physics seminar
1 LeConte Hall
4:15pm

David Romps
(UC Berkeley)
The physics of atmospheric instability, lightning, and global warming

SEPTEMBER 23, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Alyssa Atwood
(UC Berkeley)
Why was there a Little Ice Age? Quantifying climate forcings and feedbacks in coupled climate simulations of the last millennium

OCTOBER 7, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Bill Boos
(Yale)
Using energy to understand forced and natural monsoon variability

OCTOBER 14, 2015

PChem seminar
180 Tan Hall
4:00pm

Athanasios Nenes
(Georgia Tech)
Understanding the impacts of human activities on atmospheric particles, clouds, storms, and climate

OCTOBER 15, 2015

EPS seminar
Chevron Auditorium
International House
4:00pm

Lucy Jones
(USGS)
The Challenges of Science Communication: What does Storytelling have to do with Climate Change?

OCTOBER 21, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Michael Goulden
(UC Irvine)
Anticipating the ecological impact of climate change on California's mountains

OCTOBER 28, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Rob Griffin
(Rice)
Mechanisms Controlling Nitrous Acid Mixing Rates in the Urban Texas Atmosphere

NOVEMBER 4, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Michael Wehner
(LBNL)
Extreme weather in a changing climate

NOVEMBER 4, 2015

University seminar
112 Hilgard Hall
12:00pm

Pete Smith
(University of Aberdeen)
Removing Carbon Dioxide from the Atmosphere: Limits to Negative Emissions Technologies

NOVEMBER 4, 2015

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
3:30pm

Benjamin Cook
(NASA GISS)
The Future is not the Past: Megadroughts and Climate Change in Western North America

NOVEMBER 10, 2015

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Sergey Nizkorodov
(UC Irvine)
Photochemical and Dark Aging of Organic Aerosols

NOVEMBER 18, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Kazuyuki Miyazaki
(JAMSTEC)
A tropospheric chemistry reanalysis (2005-2014) based on an assimilation of OMI, MLS, TES and MOPITT satellite data

DECEMBER 2, 2015

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Brent Williams
(WUSTL)
Where did you come from, where did you go, where did you come from Aerosol Joe?

JANUARY 27, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Ed Zipser
(University of Utah)
What determines the intensity of deep convection?

FEBRUARY 3, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Tina Chow
(UC Berkeley)
Atmospheric boundary layer simulations for wind energy

FEBRUARY 3, 2016

Geography seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Alexander Stine
(San Francisco State University)
Some Light on the Tree-Ring Divergence Problem

FEBRUARY 9, 2016

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Barbara Noziere
(University of Lyon)
Does Physical Chemistry Control Cloud Formation in the Earth's Atmosphere? Conjectures and Questions at the Frontier of Fundamental Chemistry, Meterology, and Climate

FEBRUARY 23, 2016

University seminar
Pauley Ballroom
MLK Jr. Student Union
2475 Bancroft Way
4:10pm

Ralph J. Cicerone
(President, National Academy of Science)
Why We Have Effective Agreements to Protect the Ozone Layer But Not to Stabilize Climate

FEBRUARY 25, 2016

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Bill Boos
(Yale)
On abrupt changes in monsoons: the response to geologic uplift and next-century climate change

MARCH 2, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Mark Zelinka
(LLNL)
Progress on Quantifying, Understanding, and Constraining Cloud Feedbacks

MARCH 8, 2016

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00pm

Thomas Koop
(Bielefeld University)
Atmospheric Aerosols and Clouds: Phase Transitions at Center Stage

MARCH 9, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Nicolas Marchand
(Aix-Marseille Universite)
Secondary Organic Aerosol dominated by biogenic precursors in European cities: Impact of diesel emissions?

MARCH 16, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Kathleen Johnson
(UC Irvine)
A multi-proxy speleothem record of Southeast Asian monsoon variability since 45 ka

MARCH 22, 2016

LBNL seminar
LBNL 90-3122
12:00pm

Denise Mauzerall
(Princeton)
Climate, Air Quality, and Health: Implications of China's Energy Future

MARCH 30, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

George Bryan
(NCAR)
Large-Eddy Simulations of Hurricane Boundary Layers: A Tale of Two Techniques

APRIL 6, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Phil Martien
(BAAQMD)
Air Quality, Health, and Climate Protection: Evolving Strategies at the Bay Area's Regional Air District

APRIL 20, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Debra Wunch
(University of Toronto)
Learning about the carbon cycle using measurements of atmospheric column abundances

APRIL 21, 2016

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00pm

Lynn Ingram
(UC Berkeley)
California Climate Extremes: What the Paleoclimate Tells Us about a Warmer Future

APRIL 27, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00am

Nadir Jeevanjee
(UC Berkeley)
Invariant radiative cooling and mean precipitation change

SEPTEMBER 8, 2016

EPS seminar
141 McCone Hall
4:00 PM

Daniel Murphy
(NOAA)
Natural and anthropogenic contributions to stratospheric aerosols

SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Thomas Lauvaux
(Penn State)
Assimilation of In-situ and Remote Sensing Atmospheric Greenhouse Gas Measurements to quantify Emissions from Anthropogenic Activities

OCTOBER 5, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

TImothy Cronin
(MIT)
Arctic temperature profiles and their sensitivity to climate change

OCTOBER 12, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Jeff Chambers
(UC Berkeley)
Tropical forests and the Earth's climate system

OCTOBER 19, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Celine Bonfils
(Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Impacts of Anthropogenic Warming, ENSO, and Plant Physiology on Future Terrestrial Aridity

OCTOBER 26, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Lindsay Yee
(UC Berkeley)
Observational insights into the atmospheric chemistry of terpenes over the Central Amazon and Southeastern U.S.

OCTOBER 26, 2016

ERG colloquium
126 Barrows Hall
4:00 PM

John Chiang
(UC Berkeley)
The Spatial Structure of Tropical Rainfall and Climate Change

NOVEMBER 1, 2016

PChem seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00 PM

Steve Wofsy
(Harvard)
Arctic Carbon and Atmospheric Composition and Climate: Why osmotic pressure, heat and mass transfer are important

NOVEMBER 4, 2016

Hydrology seminar
240 Sutardja Dai
12:00 PM

Gabriel Katul
(Duke)
Co-spectral budgets link energy distributions in eddies to bulk flow properties

NOVEMBER 9, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Kurt Cuffey
(UC Berkeley)
The Deglacial Temperature History of West Antarctica

NOVEMBER 16, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Elizabeth Barnes
(Colorado State)
Extreme moisture transport in the middle- and high-latitudes with implications for forecasting on subseasonal to seasonal timescales

NOVEMBER 30, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Delphine Farmer
(Colorado State)
Tracking biogenic and anthropogenic emissions of organic carbon over forests and urban regions

DECEMBER 7, 2016

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Jason Surratt
(University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill)
Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Atmospheric Oxidation of Isoprene: Implications for Air Quality, Climate and Public Health in the Southeastern United States

FEBRUARY 7, 2017

Physical Chemistry seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00 PM

Joel Thornton
(University of Washington)
An outsized climate effect for organic peroxy radical chemistry

FEBRUARY 15, 2017

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Isabel Reche Canabate
(University of Granada)
Sahara dust footprints in remote lakes

FEBRUARY 22, 2017

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Kelley Barsanti
(University of California, Riverside)
Embracing Chemical Complexity in Biomass Burning Emissions and Mechanistic Models.

MARCH 1, 2017

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Sukyoung Lee
(Penn State)
Tropically Excited Arctic warMing mechanism (TEAM): A Theory for Polar Amplification from a General Circulation Perspective

MARCH 8, 2017

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Carsten Warneke
(University of Colorado, Boulder)
Volatile organic compounds in the atmosphere: emissions from agriculture, oil

MARCH 14, 2017

Physical Chemistry seminar
120 Latimer Hall
4:00 PM

Ron Cohen
(University of California, Berkeley)
The lifetime of atmospheric nitrogen oxides

MARCH 22, 2017

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Jeff Mirocha
(Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Challenges and Opportunities at the Atmospheric Science/Wind Energy Interface

APRIL 12, 2017

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Zhiming Kuang
(Harvard University)
Some applications of linear response functions in atmospheric dynamics

APRIL 19, 2017

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Kristie Boering
(University of California, Berkeley)
A Tale of Two Tracers: Radiocarbon and nitrous oxide isotopologues and their sources and sinks from recent observations

MAY 10, 2017

BASC seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Toby Ault
(Cornell University)
A robust null hypothesis for the potential causes of megadrought in western North America

2001 SYMPOSIUM

160 KROEBER AND 50 BIRGE

NOVEMBER 9, 2001

Ed Brook
(Washington)

The ice core record of greenhouse gases and climate

Daniel Jacob
(Harvard)

Tropospheric chemistry: From air pollution to global change and back

Alan Plumb
(MIT)

Atmospheric general circulation: Structure, dynamics and variability

Pieter Tans
(NOAA/CMDL)

Monitoring and modeling of greenhouse gases for elucidating global budgets and surface processes, Part I

Inez Fung
(UC Berkeley)

Monitoring and modeling of greenhouse gases for elucidating global budgets and surface processes, Part II

2002 SYMPOSIUM

CLARK KERR CAMPUS

NOVEMBER 8, 2002

Dave Schimel
(NCAR)

Observational Constraints on the Global Carbon Cycle: New Measurements for a New Paradigm

Lynn Hildemann
(Stanford)

Particulate Air Pollutants

Dennis Hartmann
(University of Washington)

Clouds and Climate

A. Ravishankara
(NOAA)

Atmospheric Chemistry of Nitrogen Oxides: Laboratory and Field Studies

2003 SYMPOSIUM

CLARK KERR CAMPUS

OCTOBER 10, 2003

David Battisti
(University of Washington)

Does the Gulf Stream warm Europe, and could its modification cause an abrupt climate change?

Sue Grimmond
(University of Indiana)

Surface-Atmosphere exchanges in urban areas: observations and models

Rodney Weber
(Georgia Tech)

Atmospheric Aerosols: Results from recent airborne experiments and new developments in instrumentation

Sue Trumbore
(UC Irvine)

Using radiocarbon to tell time in the terrestrial carbon cycle

2004 SYMPOSIUM

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE

OCTOBER 8, 2004

Michael Goulden
(UC Irvine)

Looking beyond the usual biogeophysical suspects: How does ecology control land-atmosphere exchange?

Clara Deser
(National Center for Atmospheric Research)

Decadal climate variability over the Pacific: what the instrumental record tells us

Eric Saltzman
(UC Irvine)

Atmosphere/ocean cycling of methyl bromide

Daniel Murphy
(NOAA Aeronomy Lab)

Analyzing single particles in the atmosphere

2005 SYMPOSIUM

CLARK KERR CAMPUS

OCTOBER 14, 2005

Alex Hall
(UCLA)

Narrowing the divergence in simulations of climate feedbacks

Cynthia Twohy
(Oregon State University)

Properties and effects of cloud condensation nuclei and ice nuclei

Jean Lynch-Steiglitz
(Georgia Institute of Technology)

Abrupt climate change and the overturning circulation of the Atlantic

Paul B. Shepson
(Purdue University)

Cloud and canopy processes in regeneration of NOx

2006 SYMPOSIUM

CLARK KERR CAMPUS

SEPTEMBER 28-29, 2006

Kerry Emanuel
(MIT)

Hurricanes and Climate Change

James Hurrell
(NCAR)

The Great 20th Century Drying of Africa

Arlene Fiore
(Columbia University)

Recent and future trends in atmospheric methane: Connecting global chemistry, climate and ozone pollution

William H. Brune
(Penn State)

Searching for unknown unknowns in atmospheric oxidation chemistry

William Collins
(UC Berkeley)

The range of climate forcing and response in projectionsof global change: Problems and prospects for the next IPCC assessment

2007 SYMPOSIUM

CLARK KERR CAMPUS

OCTOBER 4-5, 2007

Isaac Held
(GFDL)

The response of the hydrological cycle to global warming

Rong Fu
(Georgia Tech)

Future climate over the Amazon

Jos Lelieveld
(MPI Mainz)

Atmospheric self-cleansing capacity: Clean air for all?

Peter McMurry
(University of Minnesota)

Nucleation and growth of atmospheric aerosols

Bjorn Stevens
(UCLA)

Drizzle, showers, rain

2008 SYMPOSIUM

CLARK KERR CAMPUS

OCTOBER 2-3, 2008

Raymond Pierrehumbert
(University of Chicago)

Tropical cloud thermostats: The delusion that doesn't die

David Parrish
(NOAA IGAC)

Can intercontinental pollutant transport really affect local air quality on downwind continents?

Britton Stephens
(NCAR EOL)

Comparing global carbon cycle models to observations is hard, but better than the alternative

J. David Neelin
(UCLA)

Rethinking rain in climate models

Beverly Law
(Oregon State)

AmeriFlux network observations and modeling to understand land-atmosphere interactions

2010 SYMPOSIUM

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE

FEBRUARY 26, 2010

Michael Mann
(Penn State)

Learning About Climate Dynamics Using Paleoclimate Information From Past Centuries

Barbara Turpin
(Rutgers)

Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation Through Reactions in Atmospheric Waters

Diane Pataki
(UC Irvine)

Tracing local greenhouse gas sources with atmospheric and isotopic measurements

Paul Wennberg
(CalTech)

New discoveries in the photochemistry of isoprene: Impacts on simulations of ozone, carbon monoxide, and other trace gases and aerosol

2011 SYMPOSIUM

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE

FEBRUARY 10-11, 2011

Drew Shindell
(Goddard Institute of Space Science)

Measures to Limit Near-Term Climate Change and Improve Air Quality

Uli Poeschl
(Max Planck Institute, Chemistry)

Bioaerosols in the Earth System: measurement, dispersion, and effects

Gaby Katul
(Duke)

Soil moisture feedbacks on convection triggers and the role of soil plant hydrodynamics

Rob Wood
(University of Washington)

Aerosol-cloud- percipitation interaction in warm clouds: is the tail wagging the dog?

2012 SYMPOSIUM

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE

FEBRUARY 9-10, 2012

Brian Soden
(University of Miami)

Monitoring and Predicting Future Changes in the Hydrological Cycle

Paolo D'Odorico
(University of Virginia)

Desertification Feedbacks: Soil, Wind, and Microclimate

Jennifer Logan
(Harvard)

Progress in Predicting Fires and their Effects on Air Quality in North America

Kevin Wilson
(Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)

New Insights into the Photochemical Transformation of Organic Aerosols

Joel Norris
(Scripps Institution of Oceanography)

Advances in Understanding Cloud Feedbacks

2013 SYMPOSIUM

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE

FEBRUARY 7-8, 2013

Shang-Ping Xie
(Scripps Institution of Oceanography)

Regional Patterns of Rainfall Change in a Warming Climate: Role of Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction

Jonathan Reid
(University of Bristol)

Aerosol and cloud microphysics: what are the uncertainties and do we need to care?

Natalie Mahowald
(Cornell)

Aerosol indirect effect on biogeochemistry

Waleed Abdalati
(University of Colorado)

Exploring Ice from Space: Transforming Polar Paradigms

Jonathan Williams
(Max Planck Institute, Mainz)

The atmospheric chemistry of a forest, a forgotten molecule and a football match

2014 SYMPOSIUM

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE

FEBRUARY 6-7, 2014

Jeff Severinghaus
(UCSD)

What have we learned about our future from ice core studies of the past?

Tom Ryerson
(NOAA)

Airborne measurements addressing climate and air quality issues: Connecting local emissions to global impacts

John Harte
(UC Berkeley)

Ecosystems in the Anthropocene: Can we predict their fate?

Colette Heald
(MIT)

Seeing the forest and the trees: Interactions between vegetation and atmospheric chemistry

David Randall
(Colorado State)

How large is the climate sensitivity due to clouds, and how can it be reduced?

2015 SYMPOSIUM

DAVID BROWER CENTER

FEBRUARY 6, 2015

Whendee Silver
(UC Berkeley)

Minerals matter: How iron redox dynamics drive carbon and nitrogen fluxes from tropical forest soils

Greg Drozd
(UC Berkeley)

Air quality implications of crude oil evaporation: New insights from bottom-up modeling

Harm Jonker
(Delft University of Technology)

Turbulence resolving simulation of weather on the scale of a small country

Nadir Jeevanjee
(UC Berkeley)

Initiation of deep tropical convection by cold pools: mechanics versus thermodynamics, Part I

Wolfgang Langhans
(UC Berkeley)

Initiation of deep tropical convection by cold pools: mechanics versus thermodynamics, Part II

Scot Martin
(Harvard)

Green Ocean Amazon Experiment (GoAmazon2014/5)

2016 SYMPOSIUM

DAVID BROWER CENTER

FEBRUARY 18-19, 2016

Peter Huybers
(Harvard)

Pleistocene glaciation and volcanism

Julie K. Lundquist
(University of Colorado at Boulder)

Downwind Impacts of Wind Energy: Measurement and Simulation of Wakes

Barbara Finlayson-Pitts
(UC Irvine)

Ports, Particles, and People: A Glimpse into the Future

Christian Frankenberg
(Caltech))

Quantifying atmospheric methane and solar induced chlorophyll fluorescence from satellites and airplanes

Dennis Hartmann
(University of Washington)

Cloud Ice and Climate Dynamics

2017 SYMPOSIUM

DAVID BROWER CENTER

FEBRUARY 2-3, 2017

Neil Donahue
(Carnegie Mellon)

Finding new chemistry in a steel can: Auto-oxidation, peroxy radical reactions, and near-UV photolysis in the CLOUD chamber at CERN

Alex Guenther
(UC Irvine)

Missing compounds, unrepresented processes, and a next generation biogenic organic emission model

Tapio Schneider
(Caltech)

Computing the cloud response to climate change

Tiffany Shaw
(U Chicago)

Understanding storm track shifts: From the seasonal cycle to future climate change

James Zachos
(UC Santa Cruz)

Extreme greenhouse warming and intensification of the hydrologic cycle in the early Cenozoic