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GAW 2009

 

5 - 7 May, 2009

WMO Secretariat, Salle A

Geneva, Switzerland

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Tuesday, 5 May

Opening of Workshop

Chair Øystein Hov

09.00

Opening of the workshop

 

09.20
09.50
Overview of WMO activities in context of GAW (Len Barrie)
10.05
10.20

Coffee break and group photo 10.35 – 11.10

Long range transport of air pollution and related observations

11.10
Long range transport of air pollution (Øystein Hov)
11.25
Trained personnel basis for observations: GAWTEC (Till Rehm)
Overviews of GAW Scientific Advisory Group activities
11.40
11.55
12.10

Lunch 12.25 – 13.45

13.45
14.00
14.15
14.30

Programmes and Observations

Chair Urs Baltensperger

14.45
14.57
15.10

Coffee break 15.22 – 15.50

15.30
16.02
16.15
16.27
16.40
16.53
Bukit Kototabang Global GAW Station: Progress and Challenge (Herizal)

Poster Session and reception

17.05
Introduction of posters
17.40
Poster session and reception
20.00
End of the day
 

Wednesday, 6 May

Data exchange, delivery and analysis session
09.00 GAWSIS and interoperability of data centres in GAW (Joerg Klausen)
09.15 WMO WDC for Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere – architecture, data and information products (Beate Hildebrand)
09.30 WDC for Ozone and Ultraviolet Radiation (Ed Hare)
09.45 WDC for Greenhouse Gases (Kazuto Suda)
10.00 WDC for Radiation (Anatoly Tsvetkov)
10.15 WDC for Aerosols (Julian Wilson/Kjetil Torseth)

Coffee break 10.30 – 11.00

11.00 Non-CO2 greenhouse gases @ Jungfraujoch (Brigitte Buchmann)
11.15 More than 30 years of South African Weather Service (SAWS) GAW monitoring and research: past, present and future (Lucky Ntsangwane)
11.30 WMO WIS (David Thomas)
11.45 WIGOS-WIS Pilot projects: NRT Observations in GAWPFR network (Christoph Wehrli)
12.00 Measurements of reactive nitrogen compounds in GAW: status and further needs (Stefan Gilge)

Lunch 12.15 – 13.30

13.30

Break-out groups on:

To what extent does GAW contribute to, and how should the activities be enhanced, on the issues of

 

Coffee break 15.30 – 16.00

16.00 Poster session continued
16.30 Plenary on WG items, each group to report to plenary with 10 min presentation
17.45

Adjourn for the day

 

Thursday, 7 May

Satellite and aircraft measurements

09.00

CARIBIC as a GAW platform: results for 2006-2009 (Carl Brenninkmeijer)

09.15 From MOZAIC to IAGOS - scientific issues and perspectives (Andreas Volz-Thomas and Jean-Pierre Cammas)
09.30 Introduction to EUFAR (EUropean Facility for Airborne Research): Integrating Activity of the EC FP7 (Herman Smit for Jean-Luis Brenguier)
09.45 Use of unmanned aircraft for atmospheric chemistry measurements (Betsy Weatherhead)
10.00 Using ground based solar absorption FTIR-spectrometry for the integration of satellite and in situ measurements of CO2 and CH4 (Thorsten Warneke and Justus Notholt)
10.15 ET NRT CDT (Vincent-Henri Peuch)
10.30 High Precision Detection of NO2 and other Trace Gases using small spectrometer systems, Pandora and Cleo (Jay Herman)
10.45 The development of the Antarctic Ozone Hole from 2003-2008: The importance of combining ground based, balloon borne and satellite observations (Geir Braathen)

Coffee break 11.00 – 11.15

11.15

Break-out groups on:

  • Past, current and future role and challenges of WDCs; co-ordination among various data providers and portals; increasing NRT data delivery; practicalities of WIS
  • Quality aspects of observations, data and information flow
  • Scientific use and analysis of data; roles of WDCs and SAG chairs and the GAW community in strengthening ties between providers and users of data

Lunch 12.00 – 13.30

13.30 Break-out groups continued from morning

Coffee break 14.45 – 15.15

                     Posters to be taken down

15.15

Plenary on WG items, each group to report to plenary with 10 min presentation

Group 1, Group 2, Group 3

16.15 Summary and recommendations of meeting (Øystein Hov)
16.45 Closure of meeting

 

 

 

 
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