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  • CALIPSO/CloudSat 2009 - Presentations and Posters
    polar regions Houze Structure of Mesoscale Convective System Anvil Clouds as Seen by CloudSat Illingworth Drizzle rates inferred from CloudSat Calipso compared to their representation in the operational forecast models Luo Deep Convective Processes from the A Train Perspective Mace The vertical distribution of cloud occurrence within the ISCCP cloud top pressure optical depth regimes Pelon High Cloud properties from IIR and CALIOP observations Discussion Moderators Mace and L Ecuyer WEDNESDAY 11 00 12 00 Clouds Precipitation 20 min Wang The abundance and challenge of mixed phase clouds a new perspective from CloudSat and CALIPSO measurements Wood Precipitation and albedo variability in marine low clouds Discussion Moderators L Ecuyer and Mace WEDNESDAY 12 00 1 30 Lunch at Conference Center Speaker Luncheon Speaker Waleed Abdalati Director Earth Science and Observation Center University of Colorado WEDNESDAY 1 40 3 00 Model Studies 20 min Campbell Assimilating CALIPSO Aerosol Profiles to Investigate Saharan Dust Storm Phenomenology Chepfer Evaluation of the cloudiness simulated by several climate models using CALIPSO and PARASOL observations Naud Cloud vertical distribution across warm fronts from CloudSat CALIPSO and the GISS GCM Morcrette Using CloudSat CALIPSO to validate GEMS AER analyses and forecasts WEDNESDAY 3 30 5 30 Model Studies 20 min Stokowski A CALIPSO Subvisible Cirrus Climatology with Initial Comparisons with CAM4 Microphysics Su Evaluate Cloud Simulations in Climate Models using CloudSat Observations Teixeira Cloud Parameterizations and Satellite Observations Discussion Moderators Stephens and Tripoli WEDNESDAY evening Concert on the Square Capitol Square THURSDAY 8 00 10 30 Aerosols Aerosols Clouds 20 min Blanchet Aerosol Cloud Radiation Precipitation and Circulation Interactions in the Arctic as Revealed by CloudSat CALIPSO during Winter Coakley CALIPSO MODIS Observations of Increases in Aerosol Optical Depths in the Vicinity of Marine Stratocumulus De Boer In Search of Aerosol Cloud Interactions in Arctic Mixed Phase

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  • CALIPSO/CloudSat 2009 - Presentations and Posters
    convection over the Sahara Katie Carbonari A Comparison between GOES derived clouds and CALIPSO optical depths Gregory Cesana The GCM Oriented Calipso Cloud Product Jung Hyo Chae Tropical Deep convection and cirrus cloud from CALIPSO Thomas Charlock Application of CALIOP CloudSAT CERES and MODIS Data to Evaluation of Archived CERES Surface and Atmosphere Radiation Budget SARB Anne Wei Ting Chen Developing and applying a CloudSat centric A Train and ECMWF analysis data set to better characterize Zhong Chen Use of Calipso Aerosol Vertical Distribution in OMI Retrieval Mian Chin Comparisons of aerosol types and associated lidar ratios between CALIOP data and GOCART model Hyoun Myoung Cho Comparison of cloud phases derived by MODIS and CALIOP products Min Deng Tropical cloud variations in 3D from CloudSat and CALIPSO during the 2006 08 El Nino and La Nino period Min Deng Ice cloud profiling retrieval using CloudSat CPR and CALIPSO lidar Jacques Descloitres CALIPSO CloudSat Products and Services at ICARE Andrew Dessler Clouds and water vapor in the northern hemisphere summertime stratosphere Timothy Dunkerton Convective and stratiform cloud distributions in tropical cyclogenesis Steve Durden CLOUDSAT W BAND RADAR MEASUREMENTS OF SURFACE BACKSCATTER Jean Francois Gayet CALIPSO validation Brian Getzewich Overview of a New CALIPSO LIDAR Level 2 Cloud Phase Discrimination Algorithm Used in Version 3 0 Data Release Brian Getzewich Initial Comparison of CALIPSO 1064nm Calibration Clouds with Coincident CloudSat Measurements Tom Greenwald Evaluation of CloudSat Liquid Water Path Observations using CALIPSO AMSR E and MODIS Cloud Products John Haynes Southern Ocean Cloudiness A Combined A Train and ISCCP Perspective Andrew Heidinger Improving Passive Cloud Retrievals with CALIPSO Daniel Henz A 2d modeling approach for studying the formation maintenance and decay of Tropical Tropopause Layer Cirrus associated with Deep Convection utilizing observations from the Tropical Composition Clouds and Climate Coupling Experiment Andrew Heymsfield Towards improved estimates of mass weighted fallspeeds and snowfall rates from CloudSat and CALIPSO Richard D Hildner Understanding Aerosol Cloud Interactions In Ice Saturated Environments Using CALIOP And AHSRL Michael Hiley Global Snowfall Measurement with the CloudSat Space borne Radar Chris Hostetler Validation of CALIOP Aerosol Backscatter and Extinction Profile Products Using Airborne High Spectral Resolution Lidar Data David Hudak Results from the Canadian CloudSat CALIPSO Validation Project William Bill Hunt CALIOP Performance Over The First Three Years Jonathan Jiang On Studying of Aerosol Cloud interactions using CloudSat and CALIPSO datasets Benjamin Johnson Snowfall retrievals using CloudSat and passive microwave observations Damien Josset CALIPSO CLOUDSAT cross calibration using the ocean surface echo Seiji Kato Improvement of radiative flux computation using CALIPSO and CloudSat data Mark Kulie Utilizing space borne radars to retrieve dry snowfall Tristan L Ecuyer Evaluating and Improving Global Estimates of Rainfall Incidence Using CloudSat Observations Wing Yee Hester Leung Potential Reduction of Uncertainty in Microwave Precipitation Retrieval by the Inclusion of Dynamic and Thermodynamic Constraints as part of the Cloud Dynamics and Radiation Database Approach Jui Lin Frank Li Applying CloudSat A Train and ECMWF analysis data sets to constrain and evaluate cloud and convection parameterizations

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/calipso/meetings/cloudsat_calipso_2009/presentations_posters.html (2012-11-14)
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  • CALIPSO/CloudSat 2009 - Presentations and Posters
    of its premier spaces More information about the Monona Terrace can be found at their website Madison WI Set on an isthmus between two scenic lakes the city of Madison is Wisconsin s second largest city and the state capital Madison is home to many different attractions including the State Street pedestrian mall many restaurants great lakes world class bike paths great museums and galleries and so much more In addition during the week of the conference the annual taste of Madison took place during which Madison s finest restaurants offer a full three course meal for only 25 With all the different options there is never a shortage of things to do during summer in Madison Madison is also home to the University of Wisconsin Madison a world class research university All of these things and much more are what propels Madison to be ranked near the top in many city rankings A much more comprehensive guide of everything Madison has to offer can be found here or more information about the university can be found here Various socials and activities were organized for the members of the CALIPSO CloudSat community every night after the conference On Tuesday night

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/calipso/meetings/cloudsat_calipso_2009/meeting_site.html (2012-11-14)
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  • CALIPSO/CloudSat 2009 - Presentations and Posters
    Overview Agenda Presentations Posters Meeting Site Organizations CALIPSO CloudSat UW Madison Space Science and Engineering Cooperative Institute for Satellite Studies Updated 11 Aug 2009 CIMSS Webmaster

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  • GOES-R Meetings -- CIMSS
    of the 1st Meteorological Satellite Experiment 2 November 2009 Monona Terrace Convention Center Madison WI 6th GOES Users Conference 3 5 November 2009 Monona Terrace Convention Center Madison WI GOES R AWG Annual Meeting 20 24 July 2009 University of

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  • GOES-R -- CIMSS
    After the symposium Paul Menzel invited attendees to an open microphone to relate anecdotes of Verner Suomi and their participation in the Explorer 7 project Pictured Fred House Paul Menzel Tom Vonder Haar Jerome Lefeuille John Lewis and Gary Davis Paul Menzel with Tom Vonder Haar and Jerome Lefeuille at the open microphone Tom is about to present a bottle of cognac to Jerome in honor of his relationship with

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  • GOES-R -- CIMSS
    flank the Governor s Proclamation instituting GOES User Week The Governor s Proclamation instituting GOES User Week Hank Revercomb the Director of the Space Science and Engineering Center delineates the value of more advanced instrumentation for satellite observations of Earth Hank Revercomb Steve Ackerman helps everyone Imagine the Future at his lunch time presentation A discussion by the breakout sessions The results of the Product Distribution and Implementation breakout session

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes_r/meetings/guc2009/gucphotos.html (2012-11-14)
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  • GOES-R -- CIMSS
    at CIMSS SSEC Home Meetings 6th GOES Users Conference 2009 6th NOAA GOES Users Conference 3 5 November 2009 Madison WI 6th GOES Users Conference Survey Last updated 11 Nov

    Original URL path: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes_r/meetings/guc2009/survey.html (2012-11-14)
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