FALL 2019 SEMINARS

AUGUST 28, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Caleb Arata / Alex Valach
(UC Berkeley)
It's Coming From Inside the House! Residential VOC Emissions from Occupancy and Activities / Managing restored marshes for climate change mitigation: The case of water levels and methane emissions

SEPTEMBER 3, 2019

Special BASC Seminar
775A Tan Hall
11:30 AM

Nadine Borduas-Dedekind
(U British Columbia)
Cool cloud chemistry: molecular insights into the ice nucleating ability of organic matter

SEPTEMBER 4, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Adele Igel
(UC Davis)
Microphysics Matters: Toward Better Simulation of Clouds and Precipitation

SEPTEMBER 11, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Pedro Di Nezio
(University of Texas, Austin)
Can the tropical oceans amplify climate change?

SEPTEMBER 18, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Tony Westerling
(UC Merced)
Wildfire climatology and scenario analysis in support of climate risk assessment and adaptation planning

SEPTEMBER 25, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Allen Goldstein
(UC Berkeley)
Bringing Atmospheric Chemistry Home

OCTOBER 2, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Chris Bretherton
(U Washington)
Is tropical cyclogenesis unexpectedly predictable?

OCTOBER 9, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Travis O'Brien
(LBNL)
Producing Credible Climate Projections at Decision Relevant Scales

OCTOBER 16, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

David Battisti
(U Washington)
Equilibrium climate sensitivity controls regional warming uncertainty

OCTOBER 23, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Pablo Saide
(UCLA)
Improving regional predictions of atmospheric aerosols based on recent field campaign data

OCTOBER 30, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Brian MacDonald
(NOAA ESRL)
Quantifying Upstream and Downstream Emissions from Oil and Natural Gas

NOVEMBER 5, 2019

PCHEM Seminar
120 Latimer
4:00 PM

Delphine Farmer
(Colorado State)
Revisiting dry deposition of trace gases and particles in the atmosphere

NOVEMBER 6, 2019

BASC Seminar
141 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Katharine Hayhoe
(Texas Tech)
Resolving the Added Value of High-Resolution Modeling for Climate Extremes

NOVEMBER 6, 2019

Special BASC Seminar
I-House Chevron Auditorium
4:00 PM

Katharine Hayhoe
(Texas Tech)
Science in a fact-free world

NOVEMBER 13, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Ted Schuur
(Northern Arizona)
Vulnerability of Permafrost Carbon to Climate Change: Key Findings from a Decade of Measurement and Synthesis

NOVEMBER 20, 2019

BASC Seminar
575 McCone Hall
11:00 AM

Jesse Kroll
(MIT)
Atmospheric oxidation of organic compounds: tracking carbon and refining mechanisms

DECEMBER 3, 2019

Johnston Lecture
120 Latimer
4:00 PM

Paul Wennberg
(Caltech)