Heidelberg 2015 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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UP: Fachverband Umweltphysik

UP 2: Atmosphäre

Mittwoch, 25. März 2015, 08:50–16:45, G/gHS

  08:50 Begrüßung und Eröffnung
09:00 UP 2.1 Hauptvortrag: Ozone trends and variability in a changing climate — •Mark Weber
  09:30 UP 2.2 Der Beitrag wurde abgesagt.
09:45 UP 2.3 Spatio-Temporal Variability of Water Vapor Investigated by LIDAR and FTIR vertical soundings above Mt. Zugspitze — •Hannes Vogelmann, Ralf Sussmann, Thomas Trickl, and Andreas Reichert
10:00 UP 2.4 Remote sensing of greenhouse gases from space and ground — •Andre Butz, Arne Babenhauserheide, Ramiro Checa-Garcia, Constanze Fischerkeller, Philipp Hahne, Frank Hase, Friedrich Klappenbach, Julian Kostinek, and Rasmus Raecke
10:15 UP 2.5 Wie stratosphärisch sind stratosphärische Intrusionen in die Troposphäre? — •Thomas Trickl, Hannes Vogelmann, Hans-Eckhart Scheel, Michael Sprenger und Andreas Stohl
  10:30 Kaffeepause
11:00 UP 2.6 Towards a better tropospheric ozone product from SCIAMACHY Limb-Nadir-Matching method — •Jia Jia, Alexei Rozanov, Annette Ladstätter-Weißenmayer, Felix Ebojie, Stefan Bötel, and John Burrows
11:15 UP 2.7 Retrieval of BrO at Tungurahua volcano and the NOVAC network — •Simon Warnach, Peter Lübcke, Nicole Bobrowski, Santiago Arellano, Bo Galle, Silvana Hidalgo, Leif Vogel, Florian Dinger, and Ulrich Platt
11:30 UP 2.8 Bromine Chemistry in the Tropical UTLS during the NASA ATTREX Experiments — •Bodo Werner et al.
11:45 UP 2.9 Langpfad-DOAS Messungen mit einer Laserbetriebenen Lichtquelle und verbesserter Modenmischung — •Philipp Eger, Denis Pöhler und Ulrich Platt
12:00 UP 2.10 Space-based observations of CO2: From SCIAMACHY to CarbonSat — •M. Reuter, M. Buchwitz, M. Hilker, J. Heymann, O. Schneising, D. Pillai, H. Bovensmann, and J.P. Burrows
12:15 UP 2.11 Charakterisierung und Vergleich von photoakustischer und Cavity-Ring-Down Spektroskopie zur Überwachung von Ammoniakkonzentrationen im Spurengasbereich — •Nils Lüttschwager, Andrea Pogány, Anne Rausch, Olav Werhahn und Volker Ebert
12:30 UP 2.12 Retrieval of atmospheric methane from mid-infrared FTIR spectrometry optimized for profile information content and minimal cross-sensitivity to water vapor — •Petra Hausmann and Ralf Sussmann
  12:45 Mittagspause
13:45 UP 2.13 A model study of the plasma chemistry of stratospheric Blue Jets — •Holger Winkler and Justus Notholt
14:00 UP 2.14 Retrieval of metal atom and ion number densities in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere from SCIAMACHY/Envisat limb MLT measurements — •Martin Langowski, Christian von Savigny, Miriam Sinnhuber, Art C. Aikin, and John P. Burrows
14:15 UP 2.15 Lunar semi-diurnal tidal signatures in noctilucent clouds — •Christian von Savigny and Matthew DeLand
14:30 UP 2.16 A semi-empirical approach to derive parameters of charged aerosols from EISCAT dual frequency PMSE observations — •Irina Strelnikova, Martin Friedrich, Markus Rapp, Jorge L. Chau, and Boris Strelnikov
14:45 UP 2.17 Sources of ultrafine particles over Germany, an airborne survey — •Wolfgang Junkermann
15:00 UP 2.18 Airborne differential absorption and high spectral resolution lidar measurements for aerosol and cirrus cloud studies — •Silke Groß, Martin Wirth, Andreas Schäfler, and Andreas Fix
  15:15 Kaffeepause
15:45 UP 2.19 In situ characterization of small cloud ice particles in mixed phase clouds — •Paul Vochezer, Martin Schnaiter, and Thomas Leisner
16:00 UP 2.20 Deposition nucleation and growth of polar and non-polar gases on small nanoparticles in a linear ion trap — •Denis Duft, Mario Nachbar, and Thomas Leisner
16:15 UP 2.21 FTIR based measurements of the self-broadening and shift coefficients of the first overtone band of HCl — •Gang Li, Anton Serdyukov, Olav Werhahn, and Volker Ebert
16:30 UP 2.22 Competition between contact and immersion freezing of supercooled water droplets induced by biological particles — •Nadine Hoffmann, Michael Koch, Denis Duft, Alexei Kiselev, and Thomas Leisner
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