February 11-12, 2003
Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie
Bundesstraße 55, Geomatikum
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Tuesday, February 11, 2003
9:00 Welcome and technical announcements
9:10 S. Slanina: Aerosols, the root of all air pollution evils.
9:40 H. Grassl: The role of aerosols in the climate system.
10:30 J. Bösenberg: EARLINET, methods and instruments.
11:00 V. Matthias: Quality assurance.
11:30 C. Böckmann: Retrieval of microphysical parameters from lidar observations.
12:00 G. Pappalardo: Lidar ratio statistics and relation to microphysics.
12:30 Lunch and posters.
14:30 G. Jennings: Measurement of aerosols within GAW.
15:00 D. Tanre: Aerosol retrieval from space.
15:30 J. Pelon: Active remote sensing of aerosol and clouds from space in the CALIPSO mission.
15:45 A. Ansmann: Active remote sensing of aerosol and clouds from space in the EARTH-CARE mission.
16:30 M. Wiegner: EARLINET and Satellites: Partners for Aerosol Observations.
17:00 G. Chourdakis: Lidar Technology: commercial development and applications in the field of aerosol monitoring.
17:30 J. Pelon: Temporal cycles in the aerosol distribution.
18:00 Poster session
Wednesday, February 12, 2003
8:30 D. Balis: Aerosol influence on the UV radiation budget.
9:00 A. Papayannis: Saharan dust outbreaks towards Europe: 3 years of systematic observations.
9:30 S. Nickovic: Saharan dust outbreaks: modeling.
10:30 V. Matthias: Statistics of aerosol optical parameters.
11:00 Y. Balkanski: The role of aerosol in atmospheric chemistry.
11:30 M. Memmesheimer: Regional Scale Modeling of the Atmospheric Aerosol: Developments, Applications, Evaluation.
12:00 Lunch and posters.
14:00 U. Wandinger: Aerosol modification over Europe.
14:30 J. Pelon: Differences between rural and urban aerosol observations.
15:00 T. Trickl: Long range transort of aerosol.
15:30 J. Bösenberg: Summary and future perspectives.