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19th WMO/IAEA Meeting on Carbon Dioxide, Other Greenhouse Gases, and Related Measurement Techniques (GGMT-2017)

27 – 31 August 2017 

Empa Dübendorf  ■  Switzerland

 

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Final agenda with presentations

 

 

 

Monday, 28 August 2017

08:00

09:00

Registration

09:00

09:10

Welcome and Opening Remarks, *Brigitte Buchmann

09:10

09:30

News from the GAW secretariat, *Oksana Tarasova

 

 

Quality Assurance, GHG Standards & Comparison Activities
Chair: Paul Krummel

09:30

09:50

T01- Uncertainties of NOAA GHG measurements from discrete air samples and zonal means, *Ed Dlugokencky

09:50

10:10

T02- Efforts to separately report random and systematic measurement uncertainty for continuous measurements in the NOAA Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network,*Arlyn Andrews

10:10

10:40

Photo and Coffee Break

 

 

Quality Assurance, GHG Standards & Comparison Activities
Chair: Martin Steinbacher

10:40

11:00

T03- An update of comparisons of non-CO2 trace gas measurements between AGAGE and NOAA at common sites, *Paul Krummel

11:00

11:20

T04- Revision of the WMO CO2 calibration scale, *Brad Hall

11:20

11:40

T05- An update on the WMO CO X2014A scale, *Andrew Crotwell

11:40

12:00

T06- The result of the first SF6 inter-comparison Experiment (SICE) 2016-2017, *Haeyoung Lee

12:00

12:20

T07- A new method to produce SI-traceable, primary calibration standards for halogenated greenhouse gases, *Myriam Guillevic

12:20

13:40

Lunch Break

 

 

Quality Assurance, GHG Standards & Comparison Activities
Chair: Paul Krummel

13:40

14:00

T08- Quality assurance and quality control of the upcoming ICOS-RI atmospheric dataset, *Michel Ramonet

14:00

14:20

T09- QA/QC of IAGOS NRT GHG data, *Christoph Gerbig

14:20

14:40

T10- WCC-Empa – Activities and Achievements, *Christoph Zellweger

14:40

15:10

Recommendations A: QA/QC, Standards and Comparisons, Chapters 1, 2, 6, 9: Calibration of GAW Measurements, CO, CH4 and CO2 Calibration
Lead: Andrew Crotwell, Rapporteur: Christoph Zellweger

15:10

15:40

Coffee Break

15:40

16:40

Speed talks for Posters "Site and Network Updates"

16:40

18:30

Poster Session


 

Tuesday, 29 August 2017

 

 

Isotope Measurements - Chair: Joachim Mohn

08:30

08:50

T11- Introduction: Data Quality Objectives for stable isotopes in greenhouse gases: current status and future needs, *Sergey Assonov

08:50

09:10

T12- Delta-13C scale realisation based on the primary Reference Materials in the form of carbonates, *Sergey Assonov

09:10

09:30

T13- JRAS-06: Keeping up with changing internationally-distributed, light-element stable isotopic reference materials, *Heiko Moossen

09:30

09:50

T14- Maintaining quality with quantity: lessons learned in the corrections and calibrations of INSTAARs large isotopic dataset, *Sylvia E. Michel

09:50

10:10

T15- Measurement and Calibration Uncertainty in the CSIRO atmospheric CO2 Stable Isotope Program, *Colin Allison

10:10

10:40

Coffee Break

Isotope Measurements - Chair: Sergey Assonov

10:40

11:00

T16- On the calibration of isotopologue-specific optical trace gas analysers, *David Griffith

11:00

11:20

T17- Calibration strategies for FTIR and other IRIS instruments for accurate δ13C and δ18O measurements of CO2 in air, *Edgar Flores

11:20

11:40

T18- Gaseous reference materials to underpin measurements of amount fraction and isotopic composition of greenhouse gases, *Paul Brewer

11:40

12:00

T19- Using Isotopic Fingerprints to Trace Nitrous Oxide in the Atmosphere, *Joachim Mohn

12:00

12:20

T20- Methane isotopes – clues to the budget changes: and the need for independent isotopic measurement programs, *Euan Nisbet

12:20

14:00

Lunch Break (including vendor presentations for final 60 minutes)

13:00

13:15

Air Liquide

13:15

13:30

Decentlab

13:30

13:45

Mirico

13:45

14:00

LosGatos


 

14:00

17:30

Side event: -Metrology for Stable Isotope Reference Standards (SIRS) stakeholder meeting

 

 

Urban Networks and Megacities - Chair: Jooil Kim

14:00

14:20

T21- Integrated urban Greenhouse Gas Information System (IG3IS): Advances in the urban GHG monitoring implementation plan and results of previous and current city-scale studies, *Felix Vogel

14:20

14:40

T22- Detection of trends in urban CO2 emissions:  Results from the INFLUX tower network, *Natasha Miles

14:40

15:00

T23- The North-East Corridor: Baltimore-Washington DC Urban Greenhouse Gas Network, *Anna Karion

15:00

15:30

Coffee Break

 

 

Site and Network Updates - Chair: Lingxi Zhou

15:30

15:50

T24- Amazon Greenhouse Gas Measurement Program, *Luciana V. Gatti

15:50

16:10

T25- CO2, CH4, and CO with CRDS technique at the Izaña Global GAW station: instrumental tests, developments and first measurement results, *Angel J. Gomez-Pelaez

16:10

16:30

T26- Atmospheric CO2 and other greenhouse gases monitoring in India, *Yogesh K. Tiwari

16:30

17:00

Recommendations C: Urban Networks, Site and Network Updates,
Chapters 11 & 12 - Lead: Felix Vogel, Rapporteur: Casper Labuschagne

17:00

18:00

Poster Session

18:00

19:00

Side event: -Discussion on Stable Isotopes Recommendations

18:00

19:00

Side event: -Discussion on Shipboard Atmospheric CO2 Measurement Recommendations


 

Wednesday, 30 August 2017

08:10

08:40

Recommendations B: Isotope Measurements, Chapters 3, 4: Stable isotopes and radiocarbon -

Lead: Sergey Assonov, Rapporteur: Bruce Vaughn

Measurement Techniques & Calibration - Chair: Zoe Loh

08:40

09:00

T27- Fractionation of O2/N2, Ar/N2, and CO2 at Aircraft Sampling Inlets, *Britton Stephens

09:00

09:20

T28- Comparison of interferometric and mass spectrometric measurements of O2/N2 by the Scripps O2 program, *Ralph Keeling

09:20

09:40

T29- Preparation of high precision standards (with ± 1 ppm) using a gravimetric method for measuring atmospheric oxygen, *Nobuyuki Aoki

09:40

10:00

T30- Towards the Unifying of the Detection Systems for the Measurement of the Major Greenhouse Gases and Related Tracers, *Blagoj Mitrevski

10:00

10:30

Coffee Break

Measurement Techniques & Calibration - Chair: Arlyn Andrews

10:30

10:50

T31- Calibration and Field Testing of Cavity Ring-Down Laser Spectrometers Measuring Methane Mole Fraction and Isotopic Ratio Deployed on Towers in the Marcellus Shale Region, *Natasha Miles

10:50

11:10

T32- Adaptation of a commercial greenhouse gas analyser for airborne measurements with expanded altitude range and application on the ORCAS and ATom campaigns, *Kathryn McKain

11:10

11:30

T33- A new lightweight active stratospheric air sampler, *Joram Hooghiem

11:30

12:00

Recommendations D: Measurement Techniques & Calibration, Chapters 5, 7, 8, 10: Calibration of O2/N2, N2O, SF6 and H2 Measurements
Lead: Britt Stephens, Rapporteur: Brad Hall

Emerging Techniques - Chair: Christoph Gerbig

12:00

12:20

T34- Low-cost sensors for CO2 monitoring: calibration, characterization and assessment, *Lukas Emmenegger

12:20

14:00

Lunch Break (including vendor presentations for final 45 minutes)

13:15

13:30

Picarro

13:30

13:45

Aerodyne

13:45

14:00

Ecotech

14:00

14:20

T35- Measurements of atmospheric oxygen using a newly built CRDS analyzer and comparison with a paramagnetic cell and an IRMS, *Markus Leuenberger

14:20

14:40

T36- Microwave sensing column oxygen amounts for surface air pressure and greenhouse gas mixing ratio estimates, *Bing Lin

14:40

15:00

T37- The AirCore atmospheric profiler: methods, challenges, applications, and updates, *Jonathan Bent

15:00

15:20

T38- A UAV-based active AirCore system for accurate measurements of greenhouse gases, *Truls Andersen

15:20

15:50

Coffee Break

17:00

19:00

City tour of historical Zurich

19:00

Conference Dinner

Thursday, 31 August 2017

 

 

Emerging Techniques - Chair: Michel Ramonet

08:30

08:50

T39- Stratospheric measurements of ozone-depleting substances and greenhouse gases using AirCores, *E. Leedham Elvidge

08:50

09:10

T40- APRECON-TOF-MS: A new state-of-the art instrument for the analysis of halogenated greenhouse gases, *Martin K. Vollmer

09:10

09:40

Recommendations E: Emerging Techniques
Lead: David Griffith, Rapporteur: Huilin Chen

 

 

Ocean Measurements, Chapter 13 - Chair: Martin Vollmer

09:40

10:00

T41- Medusa-Aqua System: Development of Analytical Techniques for Novel Halogenated Transient Tracers in the Ocean, *Pingyang Li

10:00

10:20

T42- Fifteen years of surface water CO2 measurements from cruise ships in the Caribbean Sea, *Rik Wanninkhof

10:20

10:50

Coffee Break

10:50

11:10

T43- Towards including atmospheric CO2 data from the oceanic community into the global high-accuracy atmospheric CO2 network, *Penelope A. Pickers

11:10

11:30

T44- The PGGM measurements of atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations over the Asia-Pacific and the Asia-Europe commercial shipping routes: The 2009-2017 results, *Kuo-Ying Wang

11:30

11:50

T45- Atmospheric CO2, CH4 and N2O mixing ratios in the China sea-shelf boundary layer during the spring 2017 campaign, *Lingxi Zhou

11:50

12:20

Recommendations F: Ocean Measurements
Lead: Rik Wanninkhof, Rapporteur: Hideki Nara

12:20

13:20

Lunch Break

 

 

Data Products and Policy - Chair: Alex Vermeulen

13:20

13:40

T46- Updated Guidelines for Atmospheric Trace Gas Data Management, *John Mund

13:40

14:00

T47- Introduction of new WDCGG website, *Seiji Miyauchi

14:00

16:00

Expert group recommendations
Lead: to be assigned, Rapporteur: to be assigned

 

 

MEETING CLOSE and Coffee


 

 

Posters Quality Assurance, GHG Standards & Comparison Activities

 P01

 

Mobile Laboratory improving the data quality of ICOS atmospheric station network, *Hermanni Aaltonen

 P02

 

5 years of ICOS compliant in situ GHG measurements at OPE: set up, quality control and calibration system, *Sébastien Conil

 P03

 

Optimal dry cylinder sequencing on Picarro G2301 and G2401 CRDS instruments, *Rebecca Gregory

 P04

 

Quality control of flask sample data using Ar/N₂ measurements, *Armin Jordan

 P05

 

Comparison of Picarro and Los Gatos analysers for CO and N2O at Hohenpeissenberg, *Dagmar Kubistin

 P06

 

Update of Operation of the Flask and Calibration Laboratory for ICOS (Integrated Carbon Observation System), *Daniel Rzesanke

 P07

 

QA/SAC Switzerland – Activities and Achievements, *Martin Steinbacher

Posters Isotope Measurements

 P08

 

Methane in Hong Kong: isotopic characterisation of local and regional methane sources, *Rebecca Fisher

 P09

 

European atmospheric 14CO2 activities within the ICOS-RI network, *Samuel Hammer

 P10

 

Simultaneous field-scale in-situ measurements of the four most abundant N2O isotopocules, *Erkan Ibraim

 P11

 

High precision spectroscopic measurement of N2O clumped isotopic species, *Kristýna Kantnerová

 P12

 

Development of new N2O reference materials for d15N, d18O and 15N site preference within the EMPIR project SIRS, *Joachim Mohn

 P13

 

14CO2 measurements from Baring Head, New Zealand, Rowena Moss

 P14

 

Performance of radiocarbon analysis using NIES-CAMS and initial results for air samples obtained in Indonesia, *Yumi Osonoi

 P15

 

Towards SI traceability for CO2 isotope ratios: Identifying sources of error in optical spectroscopy measurements, *Craig Richmond

 P16

 

Measurement of nitrous oxide isotopomers in air, *Peter Sperlich

 P17

 

Stable isotope and mixing ratio measurement of atmospheric CO2 over India, *Tania Guha, Yogesh K. Tiwari

 P18

 

Pilot study measuring N2O mole fraction, δ15Nbulk-N2O, δ15Na-N2O, and δ15Nb-N2O using Picarro G-5101i instrument reveals analytical challenges, *Bruce H. Vaughn

 P19

 

Measurement of N2O isotopes at the high-altitude station Jungfraujoch, *Longfei Yu

 P20

 

Evaluation of methane sources by isotopic analysis in central London, *Giulia Zazzeri


 

Posters Measurement Techniques & Calibration

 P21

 

Inter-comparison study of European atmospheric 222Rn and 222Rn progeny monitors, *Claudia Grossi

 P22

 

Evaluation of an OA-ICOS (Off-axis Integrated Cavity Output Spectrometer) for N2O measurements at Schauinsland station, *Johannes Gry

 P23

 

Estimation of BG CO2 concentration from CRDS measurements at AMY site in South Korea using Quality Assurance Flagging Codes, *Sang-Ok Han

 P24

 

Synthesis and evaluation of near real air CO2 reference gas, *Keiichi Katsumata

 P25

 

Replacement of CH4 calibration system for WCC-JMA, *Teruo Kawasaki

 P26

 

Stability and Material Testing Results of Aluminum Cylinders and Regulator Comparisons, *Duane Kitzis

 P27

 

Causes of Instability in the Relative Abundance of the Major Constituents of Reference Air in High-Pressure Tanks, *Eric J. Morgan

 P28

 

Investigation of adsorption / desorption behavior of high pressure small volume cylinders and its relevance to atmospheric trace gas analysis, *Ece Satar

 P29

 

11-year statistics for in-situ CO2 data obtained in airliner project of CONTRAIL, *Yousuke Sawa

 P30

 

A Nafion-based air sample dryer for atmospheric flask sampling allowing accurate measurements of CO2 and its stable isotopes in humid air, *Hubertus A. Scheeren

 P31

 

Potential bias in the NOAA manometric measurement system, *Michael F. Schibig

 P32

 

Comparison of in situ N2O and CO measurements using gas chromatography, reduction gas analysis and off-axis integrated cavity output spectroscopy, *Kieran Stanley

 P33

 

Quantifying Nafion cross-membrane CO2 and CH4 gas leakage and it’s dependence on sample mole fraction and water content, *Ann Stavert

 P34

 

Optimisation of the Spectronus FTIR instrument for tall tower greenhouse gas observations, *Alex Vermeulen

Posters Emerging Technique

 P35

 

Developing a lower-cost medium precision urban GHG monitoring system using commercial NDIR sensors, *Emmanuel Arzoumanian

 P36

 

High-resolution Mobile Measurements of Methane Concentrations and Fluxes Using High-Speed Open-Path Technology on Cars, Ships, Airplanes, Helicopters and Drones, *George Burba

 P37

 

The automated air sampler for the ICOS network, *Markus Eritt

 P38

 

Measurement of greenhouse gases from novel ground-based remote sensing instruments; the FRM4GHG campaign at the Sodankylä TCCON site, N. Finland, *Mahesh Kumar Sha, David Griffith

 P39

 

Technical challenges of using high precision atmospheric O2 measurements as a tracer for determining carbon fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems, *Penelope A. Pickers


 

Posters Ocean Measurements

 P40

 

Continuous observation of atmospheric oxygen concentration onboard a cargo ship sailing between Japan and North America, *Yu Hoshina

 P41

 

Japan Meteorological Agency’s ship-based observations for carbonate parameters in the surface and interior ocean, *Shinji Masuda

 P42

 

Long-term monitoring of atmospheric greenhouse gases and data validation in NIES-VOS program, *Hideki Nara

Posters Urban Networks and Megacities

 P43

 

CarboSense: a low-cost low-power CO2 network for the city of Zurich and Switzerland, *Antoine Berchet

 P44

 

Continuous Near-IR and Mid-IR CRDS Measurements of Atmospheric CO2, CH4, N2O, and CO in the Megacities Los Angeles Network: Design Criteria, *Jooil Kim

 P45

 

New monitoring project of GHGs and air pollutants around Jakarta, Indonesia, *Masahide Nishihashi

 P46

 

Start of greenhouse gases and related tracer measurements at Tokyo Megacity, *Yukio Terao

Posters Site and Network Updates

 P47

Trace gas mixing ratios, carbon, water, and energy exchanges measurements at ARM facilities, * Sébastien C. Biraud

 P48

 

Greenhouse Gases: Background Concentrations in Brazilian coast, *V. F. Borges

 P49

 

Observations and modelling combine to inform network developments, *Gordon Brailsford, Rowena Moss

 P50

 

“CASLab”: The United Kingdom’s Clean Air Sector Laboratory at Halley Research Station, coastal Antarctica, *Neil Brough

 P51

 

The Franco-Belgian greenhouse gases monitoring program at La Réunion Island, *Jean-Pierre Cammas

 P52

 

Long Term Nitrous Oxide Measurements Over Amazon Basin Using Small Aircraft, *C. S. C. Correia

 P53

 

Continuous observations of CO2, CH4 and O3 in the boundary layer of the central Mediterranean basin, *Paolo Cristofanelli

 P54

 

Carbon Monoxide Measurements as a Biomass Burning Tracer at the Amazon Basin, *L. G. Domingues

 P55

 

Amazon Basin and Brazilian Coast SF6 Study in a 15 Years Time Series, *R. S. Santos

 P56

 

Atmospheric molecular hydrogen (H2) at the WMO/GAW stations in China, *Shuangxi Fang

 P57

 

Japanese observation programs of atmospheric greenhouse gases in polar regions, *Daisuke Goto

 P58

 

First results of tall tower surface-atmosphere N2O flux measurements over a mixed agricultural region in Central Europe, *László Haszpra

 P59

 

Recent updates from the Cape Point long-term data records, *Casper Labuschagne

 P60

 

Atmospheric CO2/CH4/CO measurements at the Amazon Tall Tower Observatory (ATTO, Brazil), *Jost V. Lavric

 P61

 

Combined balloon, aircraft, and surface greenhouse gas measurements at Traînou supersite, France, *Céline Lett

 P62

 

Atmospheric nitrous oxide observations at Mount Waliguan station in  China, from 1995 to 2014, *Miao Liang

 P63

 

The Australian Greenhouse Gas Observation Network – where we are and where we are heading, *Zoë Loh

 P64

 

Atmospheric CH4 and N2O measurements at Suva, Fiji, *Francis S. Mani

 P65

 

MOYA and Equianos: UK methane measurement and GHG monitoring, *Euan G. Nisbet

 P66

 

Atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations for five years over a tropical forest in Borneo Island, *Shohei Nomura

 P67

 

Monitoring of Greenhouse Gases with in situ FTIR in East Anglia, UK, as part of a regional sampling network, *Hannah Sonderfeld

 P68

 

Implementation of New Greenhouse Gas Measurements in Cholpon Ata, Kyrgyz Republic, *Martin Steinbacher

Posters Data Products and Policy

 P69

 

ICOS ATC near real time greenhouse gases data: from collection to model validation on the importance of proper water correction and primary scale propagation, *Amara Abbaris, Léonard Rivier

 P70

 

Data Services for Carbon Cycle Science at the ICOS Carbon Portal, *Alex Vermeulen

 

 

 




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