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Atmospheric composition variability and trendsPICO Session
Convener: Oksana Tarasova 
Co-Conveners: Sophie Szopa , Euan Nisbet , Pedro Jimenez-Guerrero , Andrea Pozzer 
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 / Thu, 01 May, 10:30–15:00  / 13:30–15:00  / PICO Spot 1
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Thursday, 01 May 2014
PICO Spot 1
Chairperson: Sophie Szopa
10:30–10:32 PICO1.1
Offline identification and characterization of biogenic primary emissions
Carlo Bozzetti, Imad El-Haddad, Kaspar Rudolf Dällenbach, Jean Sciare, Anne Kasper-Giebl, Christoph Hueglin, Francesco Canonaco, Mira Flasch, Robert Wolf, Adela Krepelova, Jay Gates Slowik, Urs Baltensperger, and André Stéphan Henry Prévôt
10:32–10:34 PICO1.2
The FLAME Deluge: organic aerosol emission ratios from combustion chamber experiments
Matthew Jolleys, Hugh Coe, Gordon McFiggans, Gavin McMeeking, Taehyoung Lee, Amy Sullivan, Sonia Kreidenweis, and Jeff Collett
10:34–10:36 PICO1.3
An aerosol climatology for the Jungfraujoch, Part 1: Criteria for cloud presence and boundary layer influence
Erik Herrmann, Ernest Weingartner, Martin Gysel, Nicolas Bukowiecki, Emanuel Hammer, Martine Collaud Coen, Franz Conen, Laurent Vuilleumier, and Urs Baltensperger
10:36–10:38 PICO1.4
Evaluating Aerosol Trends from 1960 to 2010 using HadGEM3-UKCA and EMEP Data
Steven Turnock, Dominick Spracklen, Ken Carslaw, Graham Mann, Matthew Woodhouse, Piers Forster, and Jim Haywood
10:38–10:40 PICO1.5
Where on Earth can we observe pristine aerosol?
Douglas Hamilton, Ken Carslaw, Dominick Spracklen, Lindsay Lee, Kirsty Pringle, and Carly Reddington
10:40–10:42 PICO1.6
EGU2014-788 | presentation | presentation
Aerosol Size Distribution in the marine regions
Piotr Markuszewski, Tomasz Petelski, Tymon Zielinski, Paulina Pakszys, Agata Strzalkowska, Przemyslaw Makuch, and Jakub Kowalczyk
10:42–10:44 PICO1.7
Regional assessment of atmospheric organic and black carbon in South Africa
Pieter Gideon van Zyl, Petra Maritz, Johan Paul Beukes, Cathy Liousse, Corinne Galy-Lacaux, Pierre Castéra, Andrew Venter, and Kobus Pienaar
10:44–10:46 PICO1.8
EGU2014-9527 | presentation | presentation
Comparing ECMWF UV processor and aerosol scheme with ground-based measurements
Vaida Cesnulyte, Anders V. Lindfors, Mikko R. A. Pitkänen, Kari E. J. Lehtinen, Jean-Jacques Morcrette, Angela Benedetti, and Antti Arola
10:46–10:48 PICO1.9
Humans as drivers of tropospheric gases and aerosol changes over the last three decades
Nikos Daskalakis, Stelios Myriokefalitakis, Giorgos Fanourgakis, and Maria Kanakidou
10:48–10:50 PICO1.10
Projections of atmospheric radiocarbon content to 2100
Heather Graven
10:50–10:52 PICO1.11
First fully-synthetic standard gas mixtures with atmospheric isotopic composition for global CO2 and CH4 monitoring
Paul Brewer
10:52–10:54 PICO1.12
Variations of GHGs from the lower-troposphere to the UT/LS revealed by two Japanese regular aircraft observation programs
Yosuke Niwa, Toshinobu Machida, Yousuke Sawa, Kazuhiro Tsuboi, Hidekazu Matsueda, and Ryoichi Imasu and the JMA GHG Observation Team
10:54–10:56 PICO1.13
Changes in methane concentrations after the Pinatubo eruption
Narcisa Banda, Maarten Krol, Michiel van Weele, Twan van Noije, and Thomas Röckmann
10:56–10:58 PICO1.14
The state of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere using global observations through 2012
Oksana Tarasova, Hiroshi Koide, Edward Dlugokencky, Stephen A. Montzka, and James H. Butler
10:58–11:00 PICO1.15
What we learn from updates of NOAA's Annual Greenhouse Gas Index (AGGI)
James H. Butler, Stephen A. Montzka, Edward Dlugokencky, James W. Elkins, Kenneth Masarie, Russell C. Schnell, Pieter Tans, Geoff Dutton, and Ben R. Miller
11:00–11:02 PICO1.16
Spatio-temporal variability of water vapor investigated by lidar and FTIR vertical soundings above Mt. Zugspitze
Hannes Vogelmann, Ralf Sussmann, Thomas Trickl, and Andreas Reichert
11:02–11:04 PICO1.17
Upper tropospheric humidity measurements by Raman lidar above Payerne, Switzerland, in the frame of NDACC
Alexander Haefele, Rolf Philipona, Bertrand Calpini, and Valentin Simeonov
11:04–11:06 PICO1.18
EGU2014-8050 | presentation | presentation
Comparison of ground-based FTIR measurements and EMAC model simulations of trace-gases columns near St. Petersburg (Russia) in 2009-2013
Yana Virolainen, Maria Makarova, Dmitry Ionov, Alexander Polyakov, Oliver Kirner, Yury Timofeyev, Anatoly Poberovsky, and Hamud Imhasin
11:06–11:08 PICO1.19
The IGAS project: a bridge between IAGOS and the Copernicus Atmosphere Service
Christoph Gerbig and Julia Marshall and the IGAS Team
11:08–11:10 PICO1.20
Ground-based Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy in central Mexico
Eddy Plaza, Wolfgang Stremme, Alejandro Bezanilla, Jorge Baylon, Michel Grutter, Thomas Blumenstock, and Frank Hase
Lunch Break
Chairperson: Oksana Tarasova
13:30–13:32 PICO1.1
EGU2014-11353 | presentation | presentation
Measurements of ozone columns in different atmospheric layers over St. Petersburg (Russia) using ground-based FTIR spectrometer in comparison with IASI satellite data
Yana Virolainen, Maxim Eremenko, Yury Timofeyev, Gaelle Dufour, Anatoly Poberovsky, Alexander Polyakov, and Hamud Imhasin
13:32–13:34 PICO1.2
13 years time series of stratospheric and mesospheric ozone profiles measured by the NDACC microwave radiometer SOMORA over Switzerland: comparison to radiosonde and MLS/AURA satellite ozone profiles.
Eliane Maillard Barras, Alexander Haefele, Dominique Ruffieux, and Niklaus Kämpfer
13:34–13:36 PICO1.3
Ozone trends from merged SAGE II + MIPAS ozone datasets: impact of the transfer instrument (withdrawn)
Alexandra Laeng, Thomas von Clarmman, Irina Petropavlovskikh, and Joe Zawodny and the MIPAS IMK team
13:36–13:38 PICO1.4
Drift-corrected Trends and Periodic Variations in MIPAS IMK/IAA Ozone Measurements
Ellen Eckert, Thomas von Clarmann, Gabriele Stiller, Stefan Lossow, Michael Kiefer, Doug Degenstein, Lucien Froidevaux, Wolfgang Steinbrecht, Kaley Walker, and Peter Bernath
13:38–13:40 PICO1.5
Assessment of recent changes in ozone and the oxidizing capacity in the Southern Hemisphere mid- latitudes
Guang Zeng, Olaf Morgenstern, Hisako Shiona, Hamish Chisholm, and Alan Thomas
13:40–13:42 PICO1.6
Comparison between assimilated and non-assimilated experiments of the MACCii global reanalysis near surface ozone
Athanasios Tsikerdekis, Eleni Katragou, Prodromos Zanis, Dimitrios Melas, Henk Eskes, Johannes Flemming, Vincent Huijnen, Antje Inness, Ioannis Kapsomenakis, Martin Schultz, Olaf Stein, and Christos Zerefos
13:42–13:44 PICO1.7
Assessment of near-surface ozone trends over Europe in regional climate-air quality simulations: The impact of emissions
Dimitris Akritidis, Prodromos Zanis, Ioannis Pytharoulis, and Theodore Karacostas
13:44–13:46 PICO1.8
Long-term surface ozone variability at the Mt. Cimone WMO/GAW Global Station (2165 m a.s.l., Italy)
Paolo Cristofanelli, Hans-Eckhart Scheel, Martin Steinbacher, Martin Saliba, Francelle Azzoppardi, Ray Ellul, Marina Fröhlich, Francescopiero Calzolari, Rocco Duchi, Tony Cristian Landi, Angela Marinoni, and Paolo Bonasoni
13:46–13:48 PICO1.9
Some results of CO and aerosols atmospheric pollution investigations in Moscow and Beijing
Vadim Rakitin, Gengchen Wang, Pusai Wang, Evgeny Grechko, Anatoly Dzhola, Alexander Emilenko, Ekaterina Fokeeva, Vladimir Kopeikin, and Alexander Safronov
13:48–13:50 PICO1.10
Variation of atmospheric carbon monoxide over the Arctic Ocean during summer 2012
Keyhong Park, Tae Siek Rhee, and Louisa Emmons
13:50–13:52 PICO1.11
Development of CO primary standards
Jeongsoon Lee, Jeongsik Lim, Dongmin Moon, Jinbok Lee, Jihae Kim, and Jinseog Kim
13:52–13:54 PICO1.12
Study of short-lived climate forcers atmospheric variability at Kathmandu and at the WMO/GAW Global Station “Nepal Climate Observatory-Pyramid” (5079 m a.s.l.) in the Himalayas
Davide Putero, Paolo Cristofanelli, Bhupesh Adhikary, Angela Marinoni, Rocco Duchi, Francescopiero Calzolari, Tony Christian Landi, Gian Pietro Verza, Marcello Alborghetti, Elisa Vuillermoz, Maheswar Rupakheti, Mark Lawrence, and Paolo Bonasoni
13:54–13:56 PICO1.13
Assessing the influence of the North Atlantic Oscillation on the European atmospheric composition from a climatic perspective: a case study for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Pedro Jimenez-Guerrero, Sonia Jerez, and Nuno Ratola
13:56–13:58 PICO1.14
Comparisons between satellite-derived datasets of stratospheric NOy species: using a photochemical model to account for diurnal variations
Patrick Sheese, Kaley Walker, Chris McLinden, Chris Boone, Peter Bernath, John Burrows, Bernd Funke, Didier Fussen, Gloria Manney, Donal Murtagh, Cora Randall, Piera Raspollini, Alexei Rozanov, James Russell, Jo Urban, Thomas von Clarmann, and Joseph Zawodny
13:58–14:00 PICO1.15
Reanalysis of stratospheric chemical composition based on assimilation of EOS Aura MLS and MIPAS data: latest improvements
Quentin Errera, Edith Botek, Simon Chabrillat, Yves Christophe, and Sergey Skachko
14:00–14:02 PICO1.16
The SAGE III's mission aboard the International Space Station
Michael Pitts, Larry Thomason, Joseph Zawodny, David Flittner, Charles Hill, Marilee Roell, and Jean-Paul Vernier
14:02–14:04 PICO1.17
SI2N assessment of vertical ozone trends: Stability of limb/occultation data records over 1984-2013 against ground-based networks
Daan Hubert, Jean-Christopher Lambert, Tijl Verhoelst, José Granville, and Arno Keppens and the Ozonesonde PIs, Lidar PIs, and the Satellite Science and Processing
14:04–14:06 PICO1.18
Retrievals of carbonyl fluoride (COF2) from ACE-FTS and MIPAS spectra and their comparison with SLIMCAT CTM calculations
Jeremy Harrison, Shaomin Cai, Anu Dudhia, Martyn Chipperfield, Chris Boone, and Peter Bernath
14:06–14:08 PICO1.19
Linear changes/trends of stratospheric BRO as seen by SCIAMACHY limb for the decade 2002-12
Claus Gebhardt, Alexei Rozanov, René Hommel, Mark Weber, John P. Burrows, François Hendrick, and Michel Van Roozendael