ARL Weekly News – February 25, 2022

ARL Weekly News – February 25, 2022 Recent Events USCRN Briefing to the US Farm Bureau. At the request of Robert Nadeau, Director Of External Affairs at NOAA Headquarters, Dr. Howard Diamond was requested, in his role as the U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN) Program Manager, to provide a 5-minute overview of the USCRN  to…

ARL Weekly News – February 18, 2022

ARL Weekly News – February 18, 2022 Upcoming Events Source Attribution Challenge Begins in Oak Ridge. The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) developed a next generation Xenon detector with engineering and production transferred to Teledyne Brown Engineering, Knoxville, TN. In 2020, during testing and evaluation of the next Xenon International measurement…

ARL-Weekly-Feb-4-2022

ARL Weekly News – February 4, 2022 Upcoming Events Super Bowl HYSPLIT Updates In preparation for Super Bowl LVI, ARL’s HYSPLIT development team has updated both the locations and frequency of automated atmospheric transport simulations over the Los Angeles basin. This effort was requested by NWS’s Los Angeles/Oxnard, CA Weather Forecast Office, which is providing…

ARL Weekly News – January 28, 2022

ARL Weekly News – January 28, 2022 Recent Events USCRN Briefing to Sen. Whitehouse Dr. Howard Diamond, in his role as the U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN) Program Manager, participated in a meeting that was set up by NOAA’s Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs with Mr. Dan Dudis, senior counsel for Senator Sheldon Whitehouse…

ARL Weekly News – January 21, 2022

ARL Weekly News – January 21, 2022 Upcoming Events Manuscripts sought for Frontiers in Environmental Science Nebila Lichiheb is serving as guest editor of Frontiers in Environmental Science for  a special issue entitled Land-Management Solutions for Managing Ecological and Energy Transitions.  Manuscripts are being solicited now, and are due March 19, 2022. More information about…

ARL Weekly News – January 14, 2022

ARL Weekly News – January 14, 2022 Upcoming Events Greenhouse Gas Measurement Flights Resume In collaboration with their colleagues from University of Maryland, ARL’s Phil Stratton and Xinrong Ren will be involved in some research flights starting in late January to investigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the Baltimore‐Washington area. The University Research Foundation’s Cessna…

ARL Weekly News – Jan 7, 2021

ARL Weekly News – Jan 7, 2021 Accepted Papers New York City greenhouse gas emissions estimated within inverse modelling of aircraft measurements Pitt, J.R., I. Lopez-Coto, K.D. Hajny, J. Tomin, R. Kaeser, T. Jayarathne, B.H. Tirm, C.R. Floerchinger, C.P. Loughner, C.K. Gately, L.R. Hutyra, K.R. Gurney, G.S. Roest, J. Liang, S. Gourdji, A. Karion, J.R.…

ARL Weekly News – December 30, 2021

ARL Weekly News – December 30, 2021 Recent Events BAMS Features Snow Measurement Efforts The Front Page, a blog of the AMS, published a seasonal highlight on snow measurement, titled: Even without a White Christmas….Snow Measurements Must Go On.  The entry highlighted the research paper on snowfall measurement techniques led by ARL’s John Kochendorfer with an…

ARL Weekly News – December 10, 2021

ARL Weekly News – December 10, 2021 Recent Events Grand Bay Mercury monitoring site concludes operations. During the week of December 6, Paul Kelley and Xinrong Ren traveled to ARL’s Atmospheric Mercury Network (AMNet) site located at the Grand Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) in Moss Point, MS to decommission the site. They tore…