ICAP Workshop Agenda (October 21-22, 2004) Thursday, October 21

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ICAP Workshop Agenda (October 21-22, 2004) Thursday, October 21

ICAP Workshop Agenda (October 21-22, 2004)

Thursday, October 21

The ICAP workshop will be held in the

Redbud Room on Thursday. Lunch will be

served in the Trillium Dining Room.

7:30 AM Registration and Breakfast

8:00 AM AV Session for Presenters

All presenters for Thursday’s sessions will

meet to upload presentations as needed and

go over the AV equipment

8:30 AM Welcome & Logistics

Carey Jang, US EPA

Adel Hanna, Carolina Environmental

Program

8:45 AM EPA Program Perspectives and

Research Opportunities

John Bachmann, US EPA

Terry Keating, US EPA

Alice Gilliland, US EPA

9:30 AM Overview and Status of ICAP

Project

Carey Jang, US EPA

Dennis Doll, US EPA

10:00 AM Break

Session 1 Intercontinental

Transport: Global Modeling

Session Chair:

Daniel Jacob, Harvard University

10:30 AM Intercontinental Transport of

Ozone and Aerosols: Implications for Policy

Daniel Jacob, Harvard University

10:50 AM Intercontinental Transport of

Ozone and its Seasonal Variations in

Europe Intercontinental Transport of Ozone

and Aerosols: Implications for Policy

Dick Derwent, Rdscientific

11:10 PM Trans-Eurasian Transport of

Ozone and its Precursors

Oliver Wild, Frontier Research Center for

Global Change

11:30 AM Intercontinental Air Pollution and

the Great Lakes Region

Tracey Holloway, University of

Wisconsin-Madison

11:50 AM A Regional Attribution of Ozone

Production and Associated Radiative

Forcing: Step to Crediting NO x Emission

Reductions

Denise Mauzerall, Princeton University

12:10 PM Lunch (Trillium Dining Room)

Session 2 Air Quality and Climate

Change Links

Session Chair:

Mark Jacobson, Stanford University

1:30 PM The Effects of Particles on Global

and California Climate

Mark Jacobson, Stanford University

1:50 PM Future Emissions of

Carbonaceous Aerosols

David Streets, Argonne National

Laboratory

2:10 AM Consideration of Air

Quality/Climate Linkages for Analyses

Jason Samenow, US EPA, Office of

Atmospheric Programs

2:30 AM Current Aerosol Projects at GISS

Sophia Zhang, NASA

2:50 PM Break

First Day Summary Panel

Discussions

Workshop Chairs:

John Bachmann, US EPA

Terry Keating, US EPA

3:20 PM Policy Relevance to ICAP Issues

John Bachmann, US EPA

Dennis Doll, US EPA

3:45 PM Emission Inventory

David Streets, Argonne National

Laboratory

4:10 PM Global Chemistry/Transport

Modeling

Daniel Jacob, Harvard University


ICAP Workshop Agenda (October 21-22, 2004)

4:35 PM Air Quality Impact on Climate

Change

Mark Jacobson, Stanford University

5:00 PM Adjourn

5:00-6:30 PM Reception (Outside of

Redbud Room)

Friday, October 22

The ICAP workshop will be held in the

Dogwood Room on Friday. Lunch will be

served in Atrium 2N located upstairs.

7:30-8:30 AM Breakfast

8:00 AM AV Session for Presenters

All presenters for Friday’s sessions will meet

to upload presentations as needed and go

over the AV equipment

Session 3 Regional Modeling,

Emissions Inventory and Mercury

Session Chair:

Adel Hanna, Carolina Environmental

Program

8:30 AM Emissions and Meteorological

Aspects of the 2001 ICAP Simulation

Adel Hanna, Carolina Environmental

Program

8:50 AM Mercury Source Attribution at

Global, Regional, and Local Scales

Christian Seigneur, AER

9:10 AM Regional Transport Study of Air

Pollutants with Linked Global Tropospheric

Chemistry and Regional Air Quality Models

Daewon Byun, University of Houston

9:30 AM Mercury Emission from

Vegetation: Is It Important and How to

Implement It in Mercury Simulation

Jerry Lin, Lamar University

9:50 AM Intercontinental Transport of

Mercury: Modeling Pathways of

Contamination with GEOS-CHEM

Noelle Eckley Selin, Harvard University

Session 4 Observational Studies:

Field Measurement / Satellite Data

Session Chair:

Dan Jaffe, University of Washington

10:40 AM Trans-Pacific Transport of

Pollutants: Key Results and Uncertainties

Dan Jaffe, University of Washington

11:00 AM North American Aerosol Air

Quality Impacts of Trans-Pacific Pollutant

Transport

Tony VanCuren, CARB

11:20 AM Quantification of Intercontinental

Aerosol Transport: Observational Tools and

Results

Rudy Husar, Washington University

11:40 AM Use of Satellite-Derived Air

Pollution Observations to Provide Insight

into the Relationship between Population,

Long-Range Transport and Climate

Jack Creilson, SAIC/NASA Langley

12:00 PM Lunch (Atrium 2N upstairs)

12:50 PM Keynote Speaker (Dogwood

Room)

Mr. John Beale, Deputy Assistant

Administrator, EPA Office of Air and

Radiation

Session 5 Regional and Global

Modeling and Field Studies in

Asia and Europe

Session Chair:

Greg Carmichael, University of Iowa

1:30 PM Regional Analysis of Long Range

Transport of Pollutants -- Results Emerging

from Recent Field Experiments

Greg Carmichael, University of Iowa

1:50 AM Study of Asian Pollution Transport

using Satellite Measurements

Allen Chu, JCET/UMBC - NASA

2:10 PM Regional Air Quality Modeling

Emission Inventories in Asia

Julius Chang, Atmospheric Sciences

Research Center

10:10 AM Break


ICAP Workshop Agenda (October 21-22, 2004)

Refreshments will be available in the Atrium

from 2:00-4:00 PM, but there will not be an

official break during this time due to

scheduling issues.

2:30 PM Observations of Asian Dust and

Biomass Burning in Taiwan

George Lin, National Central University

2:50 PM Atmospheric Chemistry

Processes in the Lower Atmosphere and

Climate Change of the Tibetan Plateau

Tong Zhu, Peking University

3:10 PM Building Emission Inventory for

Regional Air Quality Modeling in China

Kebin He, Tsinghua University

Workshop Summary

3:30 PM Panel Discussion

Terry Keating, US EPA

Adel Hanna, UNC-CEP

Greg Carmichael, University of Iowa

Dan Jaffe, University of Washington

4:30 PM Adjourn

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