FALL 2016 SEMINARS

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