Poster contributions to the EARLINET Symposium


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Poster session 1. Tuesday, February 11, 12:30 — 14:40


P1-1. Apituley, et al.: Cabauw Experimental Site for Atmospheric Research, An Overview.
P1-2  F. Rocadenbosch, M. Sicard, A. Comeron, J. M. Baldasano, A. Rodriguez, R. Agishev, C. Munoz, M. A. Lopez, D. Garcia-Vizcaino: The UPC Raman Lidar: An engineering overview.
P1-3. A. Filipcic, M. Horvat, D. Veberic and M. Zavrtanik: A Nova Gorica Polytechnic LIDAR station.
P1-4. D. Resendes, J. Rodrigues: Lisbon Aerosol Lidar Activity during the EARLINET project.
P1-5. B.Tatarov, B.Kaprielov: Lidar Measurements in the Low Troposphere  above the City of Sofia, Bulgaria.
P1-6. S.M. Bobrovnikov, Yu.F. Arshinov, I.B. Serikov D. Althausen, A. Ansmann, I. Mattis, U. Wandinger: Daytime temperature profiling in the troposphere with a pure rotational Raman lidar.
P1-7. Y. Arshinov, S. Bobrovnikov, I.Serikov, I Balin, B. Calpini and V. Simeonov: Temperature and aerosol measurements with the EPFL lidar using a pure rotational Raman method
P1-8. Arne Hågård, Rolf Persson and Göran Carlsson: System setup, intercomparison and some result from YAG lidar at FOI, Sweden.
P1-9. Werner Kumpf, Matthias Wiegner, Iwona Stachlewska, Volker Freudenthaler: Scanning Lidar: Potential for Dust Layer Characterization.
P1-10. Iwona Stachlewska, Matthias Wiegner, Volker Freudenthaler, Werner Kumpf: Scanning Lidar: Potential for Extinction Coefficient Retrieval.
P1-11. V. Rizi, M. Iarlori, G. Rocci, G. Visconti: A Rayleigh/Raman EARLINET lidar for observations of tropospheric aerosol, water vapor and cloud liquid water.
P1-12. D. Rees, M.J. Foster, J. Storey, I.V. Bakalski:  The Hovemere Lidar Systems for Aerosol, Water Vapour and Tropospheric and Stratospheric Winds: An Overview.
P1-22. F.De Tomasi, M.R. Perrone, A.M. Tafuro: Lidar Measurements of tropospheric water vapor and aerosol profiles over southeastern Italy.
P1-23. H. Wille, D. Weidauer: Multiwavelength Ozone DIAL for automated unattended Outdoor Operation.
P1-24. M. Pesch, D. Weidauer, G. Wohlgemuth: Continuous Measurements of the Vertical Distribution of tropospheric Ozone and Aerosols with an unattended Lidar System.

Quality Assurance

P1-13. G. Pappalardo, A. Amodeo, U. Wandinger, V. Matthias, J. Bösenberg, M. Alpers, V. Amiridis, F. De Tomasi, M. Frioud, M. Iarlori, L. Komguem, G. Larchevêque, A. Papayannis, R. Schumacher , X. Wang: Aerosol extinction algorithm intercomparison for the Raman lidar in the frame of EARLINET.
P1-14. C. Böckmann, U. Wandinger et al.: EARLINET - Backscatter lidar algorithm intercomparison.
P1-15. V. Matthias, V. Freudenthaler et al.: Intercomparisons of Aerosol Lidar Systems

Microphysical Retrieval Algorithms

P1-16. I. Mironova, C. Boeckmann, A. Kirsche, L. Schneidenbach, A. Mekler: Mathematical development of particularly adapted inversion methods with regularization to retrieve microphysical parameters from lidar observations.
P1-17. Anatoli Chaikovsky, Andrey Bril, Vladimir Barun, Oleg Dubovik, Brent Holben, Philippe Goloub, Piotr Sobolewski: Methodology to retrieve atmospheric aerosol parameters by combining multi-wavelength lidar and sun sky-scanning radiometer data.


Compilation of Lidar Ratio Data Base

P1-18. I. Mattis, A. Ansmann, D. Müller, U. Wandinger, D. Althausen: Dual-wavelength Raman lidar observations of the lidar ratio of Saharan dust.

Compilation of Trajectory Data 

P1-18. I. Mattis, A. Ansmann, D. Müller, U. Wandinger, D. Althausen: Dual-wavelength Raman lidar observations of the lidar ratio of Saharan dust.


Compilation of Trajectory Data

P1-19. I. Mattis, B. Fay, A. Stohl: Description of 2 trajectory models used within EARLINET.
P1-20. O. Jorba, C. Perez, J.M. Baldasano, F. Rocadenbosch, M. A. Lopez: Cluster analysis of backtrajectories arriving at the Barcelona Air Basin.

Compilation of Aerosol Profile Data

P1-21. J. Bösenberg: Structure and content of the EARLINET data set.



Poster session 2. Tuesday, February 11,  18:00 — 19:00

Statistical Analysis

P2-1. L. Komguem, G. Vaughan: Climatology of aerosol optical properties measured in the maritime Environment of Aberystwyth in the frame of EARLINET.
P2-2. M. Pandolfi, A. Amodeo, L. Mona, G. Pappalardo: Systematic tropospheric aerosol lidar measurements over Potenza, within the EARLINET project.
P2-3. R. Eixmann et al.: Five years of routine Raman lidar measurements of tropospheric aerosols.
P2-4. I. Mattis, D. Müller, U. Wandinger, A. Ansmann: Statistical analysis of extinction and lidar ratio profiles observed with Raman lidar over Leipzig, Germany.
P2-5. V. Matthias: Comparative statistics of aerosol extinction in EARLINET.
P2-6. Antonella Boselli, Francesca Castaldo, Loredana D'Avino, Xuan Wang, Mario Armenante: Characterization of atmospheric aerosol in the urban area of Napoli (Italy)
P2-7. Manoj K. Srivastava, M. Frioud, V. Mitev, R. Matthey: Aerosol Statistics in the PBL and lower troposphere above Neuchatel (Switzerland): Two years of routine observations by a backscatter lidar.



Stratospheric Aerosol

P2-8. A. Chaikovski, P. Ristori, and V. Simeonov: Some results from the stratospheric aerosol measurements during the EARLINET project.
P2-9. H. Jäger, F. Homburg, H. Giehl, T. Deshler: Stratospheric Aerosol Optical Depth, Mass, and Surface Area: Lidar Observations at Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
P2-10. H. Jäger: Intercomparison of  the Stratospheric Aerosol Measurements at three NDSC Stations since the Mid-Seventies.
P2-11. H.-F. Graf, C. Timmreck, R. Hommel, A. Stohl, N. Spichtinger,T. Koop, M. Semmler, K. Carslaw,Y. Yin, S. Bekki, A. Kubicki, F. Ravetta, D. Nilsson, B. Kärcher, G. Pitari, M. S. Trozzi, E. Mancini, R.. Grainger , S. Marsh, D. Wurl, M. Kulmala, H. Vehkamäki: Particles In The Upper Troposphere And Lower Stratosphere And Their Role in the Climate System (PARTS): First Results

Orography and Vertical Transport

P2-12. U. Corsmeier, H. Giehl, S. Kreipl, O. Reitebuch, T. Trickl: The VERTIKATOR Field Campaign in the Loisach Valley.
P2-13. C. Perez, J.M.Baldasano, M. Sicard, A. Rodríguez, D.García-Vizcaíno: Multiple-layer aerosol structures observed within the Barcelona Air Basin from regular lidar measurements: mesoscale circulatory patterns of air pollutants in typical summertime situations.
P2-14. Manoj K. Srivastava, M. Frioud, V. Mitev, R. Matthey: Backscatter Lidar observation of PBL above Neuchatel (Switzerland) during Winter Bise wind.
P2-15. Manoj K. Srivastava, M. Frioud, V. Mitev, R. Matthey: Aerosol Mixed Layer dynamics over lake-mountain terrain.



Analysis of Source Regions

P2-16. P. James, A. Stohl, T. Trickl: Trans-Atlantic Transport of Aerosol and Ozone.
P2-17. Balis D. V. Amiridis, C. Zerefos, E. Gerasopoulos and M. Andreae: Regional and long-range transported aerosols detected with a Raman lidar and filter radiometer measurements.
P2-18. A. Papayannis, G. Tsaknakis, D. Balis, V. Amiridis, G. Chourdakis, and C. Zerefos: Aerosol transportation over the Aegean Sea under the etesian winds flow: A case study of August 2001 over Athens and Thessaloniki, Greece using lidar, satellite and sunphotometric observations in the frame of the EARLINET project.



Temporal Cycles

P2-19. S. Kinne and the AERONET group: Seasonal aerosol properties and forcing a global view based on AERONET statistics



Poster session 2. Tuesday, February 12,  12:00 — 14:00

Observation of Special Events

P3-1. A. Papayannis, G. Chourdakis, G. Tsaknakis, A. Serafetinides: The lidar technique: A unique tool to monitor air pollution over urban areas. The case of the city of Athens, Greece.
P3-2. A. Papayannis, D. Balis, G. Chourdakis, V. Amiridis, G. Tsaknakis, C. Zerefos: Regional observations of Saharan dust layers over the Eastern  Mediterranean  using the lidar technique in the frame of the EARLINET project".
P3-3. X. Wang, A. Amodeo, A. Chaikovsky, S. Nickovic, A. Papayannis, M.R. Perrone, V. Rizi, N. Spinelli: Volcanic Dust Characterization by the European Aerosol Research Lidar Network (EARLINET project) during Etna's Eruption in 2001-2002.
P3-4. L. Mona, A. Amodeo, M. Pandolfi, G. Pappalardo: Observation of special events at EARLINET lidar site of Potenza, Italy.
P3-5. A. Ansmann: Major Saharan Dust Outbreak 11-16 October 2001
P3-6. D. Müller, I. Mattis, C. Böckmann, A. Ansmann, U. Wandinger, D. Althausen,J. Heintzenberg: Arctic Haze Event Over Central Europe.
P3-7. D. Müller, I. Mattis, U. Wandinger, D.Althausen, A. Ansmann, O. Dubovik, S. Eckhardt, A. Stohl: Saharan dust over a central European EARLINET-AERONET site: combined observations with Raman lidar and Sun photometer.
P3-8. L.Sauvage, J.Pelon, F.Fierli, Y.Balkanski, J.F.Leon, P.Goloub, C.Muoz: Dust aerosol properties and source region analysis derived from EARLINET and AERONET networks, satellite observations and Transport model.
P3-9. G.V.Kolarov, I.Grigorov: Lidar Profiling of the Atmospheric Extinction above the City of Sofia, Bulgaria.
P3-10. Balis D. V. Amiridis, C. Zerefos, E. Gerasopoulos and M. Andreae: Raman lidar and MFR measurements of aerosol optical properties during a biomass burning episode over Thessaloniki.
P3-11. F. De Tomasi, M. R. Perrone, A. Tafuro: Raman lidar monitoring of extinction and backscattering of Africa dust layers and dust characterization
P3-12. H. Asseng, J. Fischer and Th. Ruhtz : Saharan dust over central Europe - vertical profiles of an event observed by airborne optical measurements.
P3-13. X. Wang, A. Amodeo, A. Chaikovsky, S. Nickovic, A. Papayannis, M.R. Perrone, V. Rizi, N. Spinelli: Volcanic Dust Characterization by the European Aerosol Research Lidar
Network (EARLINET project) During Etna's Eruption in 2001-2002.

Differeces Between Rural and Urban Aerosols

P3-15. V. Matthias: Small scale variability of the aerosol vertical distribution.



Radiation, UV-B and Aerosol Properties

P3-14. Hensen, ten Brink, Apituley, Swart, Bergwerff: Aerosols: Closure of the radiation balance.




Modeling and Forecasting

P3-16. S. Nickovic and S. Music: Regional modeling of the Saharan dust storm lifecycle.
P3-17. Michael Memmesheimer: Long-term calculations of particulate matter over Europe with the EURAD Modeling system.
P3-18. S.Kinne and manv co-authors: Monthly averages of aerosol properties global fields of aerosol optical depths: Models versus Measurement (6 global models, 5 satellite datasets and AERONET)
P3-19. S. Kinne and many co-authors: Simulated aerosol components (sulfate, organic carbon, black carbon, dust and sea-salt) global fields of yearly averages and seasonality.
P3-20. T. Iversen, A. Kirkevåg, J.E. Kristjansson, Ø. Seland: Modeling the impact of sulfate and black carbon aerosols on climate: Parameterization aspects and results from GCM simulations.