ARL Weekly News – June 24, 2022

ARL Weekly News – June 24, 2022 Recent Events Congressional Hearing on Federal Programs for Measuring Greenhouse Gas Sources and Sinks The House of Representatives Science, Space and Technology’s Subcommittee On Environment met Thursday June 23 to hear testimony on Assessing Federal Programs For Measuring Greenhouse Gas Sources And Sinks. Among the federal agencies represented,…

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ARL Weekly News June 17, 2022

ARL Weekly News – June 17, 2022 Upcoming Events House Science Committee Hearing On Thursday June 23, at 10 AM ET, Dr. Ariel Stein, director of NOAA’s Air Resources Lab and acting director of NOAA’s Global Monitoring lab, will join other federal agency officials to testify for the House Science Committee’s Subcommittees on Research and Technology…

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ARL Weekly News — June 10, 2022

ARL Weekly News – June 10, 2022 Upcoming Events Annual HYSPLIT Workshop begins June 14. ARL’s annual four-day HYSPLIT workshop will be given online from June 14 to 17, 2022. Monday, June 13, is set aside for HYSPLIT installation and answering installation questions. Registration is required and participants are encouraged to install the model and…

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ARL Weekly News – May 27, 2022

ARL Weekly News – May 27, 2022 Recent Events Global Monitoring Annual Conference Phil Stratton, Winston Luke, Paul Kelley, and Xinrong Ren attended the virtual Global Monitoring Annual Conference (eGMAC) held by NOAA/GML from May 23-27. They presented a poster, entitled “Mapping Methane Sources in the Baltimore-Washington, DC Area Using an Instrumented Mobile Platform”, and…

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ARL Weekly News – May 20, 2022

ARL Weekly News – May 20, 2022 Recent Events ARL collaborates with UMD and Takoma Park Public Works to study methane emissions from yard waste In collaboration with Dr. Ning Zeng at the University of Maryland, Phil Stratton and Xinrong Ren visited the Takoma Park Public Works yard waste mulching and composting facility to study…

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ARL Weekly News – May 13, 2022

ARL Weekly News – May 13, 2022 Recent Events Sandia Labs Supplements MACCS Code with HYSPLIT Capabilities Sandia National Laboratories has published its report documenting the effort to supplement the Gaussian atmospheric transport and diffusion model currently in MACCS, a nuclear accident consequence analysis code, with a new option using ARL’s HYSPLIT model. Now, calculations…

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ARL Weekly May 6, 2022

ARL Weekly News – May 6, 2022 Recent Events  Ariel Stein Appointed ARL Director NOAA has announced Dr. Ariel Stein is appointed the Director, Air Resources Laboratory (ARL) effective May 8, 2022. Dr. Stein is currently Director of NOAA’s Global Monitoring Laboratory. Ariel has agreed to serve as Acting Director of NOAA’s Global Monitoring Laboratory…

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ARL Weekly News – April 22, 2022 Recent Publications Published: Development and evaluation of an advanced National Air Quality Forecasting Capability using the NOAA Global Forecast System v16 NOAA’s National Air Quality Forecast Capability (NAQFC) continues to protect Americans from the harmful effects of air pollution, while saving billions of dollars per year. In a…

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ARL Weekly News – April 15, 2022

ARL Weekly News – April 15, 2022 Recent Events ARL Assists Students Exploring Mobile Apps to Achieve Climate Goals Since 2017, the Women of AT&T and Technology Association of Georgia has worked to put communities and their local Police Officers and other first responders together with technologists through an initiative to create mobile technology concepts…

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ARL Weekly News – April 8, 2022

ARL Weekly News – April 8, 2022 Recent Events UAS Crew Joins PERiLS Field Campaign ARL’s Temple Lee, Michael Buban, Travis Schuyler, and Ed Dumas traveled to Greenwood, Mississippi from 12-14 April to participate in the fourth intensive observation period (IOP) of the Propagation, Evolution, and Rotation in Linear Storms (PERiLS) field campaign. PERiLS is a…

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