IAMAS SESSIONS AND PRESENTATIONS, WEEK 2


MB11A  EC:Arena  Mon  0830h
MJS3  Middle Atmosphere - Poster (joint  with GA)
Presiding: R Garcia, NCAR

   0830h   MB11A-01 POSTER  Ozone Layer Short-Term Oscillations 
                    and the Solar Activity: *S P Perov
   0830h   MB11A-02 POSTER  Modeling of Ion Composition in the 
                    D-Region of Ionosphere During Solar Proton 
                    Events of August and October 1989: G A 
                    Petrova, V A Vlaskov, E Turunen
   0830h   MB11A-03 POSTER  Solar Cause of the Global Warming?: 
                    *D I Ponyavin
   0830h   MB11A-04 POSTER  Input of Magnetospheric Particle 
                    Energy Into the Earth's Atmosphere: *J R 
                    Sharber, C A Gurgiolo, R A Frahm, R Link, J D 
                    Winningham
   0830h   MB11A-05 POSTER  The Non-linear Response of Solar 
                    Daily Variations in the Middle Atmosphere to 
                    Seasonal Atmospheric Oscillations: G M Teptin, 
                    R H Fakhrtdinov
   0830h   MB11A-06 POSTER  Investigation of Correlation Between 
                    Solar Irradiance Cycles and Global Ozone 
                    Content: *E I Terez, G A Terez
   0830h   MB11A-07 POSTER  Solar Lyman-Alpha and EUV 
                    Variability in Solar Cycles 21-22: W K 
                    Tobiska, W R Pryor, J M Ajello
   0830h   MB11A-08 POSTER  Geomagnetic Disturbancy and Climatic 
                    Changes: *T E Valchuk
   0830h   MB11A-09 POSTER  The Solar Variability and the QBO 
                    and Its Relation With the Precipitation's 
                    Anomalies Over China: Q Zhang, H Huixia, J 
                    Hao, W Tongwen
   0830h   MB11A-10 POSTER  Some Features of Longterm Variations 
                    of Radiation Balance Elements in the Earth's 
                    Atmosphere, and Cosmic-Ray Intensity: G A 
                    Zhrebtsov, V A Kovalenko, P G Koadlo, S I 
                    Molodykh
   0830h   MB11A-11 POSTER  The Influence of Solar Activity and 
                    Geomagnetic Storms on the Variations of 
                    Radio Wave Absorption Measured by A3 Method 
                    Over South-West Spain: *B A de la Morena, J M 
                    Vilaplana, E S Kazimirovsky
   0830h   MB11A-12 POSTER  The Charged Solar Particle Flow Is 
                    an Important Factor for Forming 
                    Stratospheric Ozone in the Polar Areas: *W 
                    Ding-Wen, L Yan
   0830h   MB11A-13 POSTER  Stratospheric Aerosol Enhancement 
                    After Solar Proton Events: *E A Kasatkina, 
                    O I Shumilov, K Henriksen, E V Vashenyuk
   0830h   MB11A-14 POSTER  Solar Cycle in Ozone Distribution 
                    and Its Possible Influence on D-Region: *A A 
                    Krivolutsky, A Knaysev, L Korneeva, J 
                    Lastovicka
   0830h   MB11A-15 POSTER  On the Influence of the Solar Wind 
                    Kinetic Pressure on the Middle Atmosphere 
                    Dynamics: L N Makarova, A V Shirochkov
   0830h   MB11A-16 POSTER  Temporal Features of Energetic 
                    Particle Precipitation: *M A Miah, K Nagata, 
                    T Kohno, H Murakami, A Nakamoto, J Kikuchi, T 
                    Doke, N Hasebe
   0830h   MB11A-17 POSTER  Comparison of Telescopic Response 
                    Functions: *M A Miah
   0830h   MB11A-18 POSTER  Solar Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation 
                    and Its Associations With Solar Microwave 
                    and X-ray Emissions: *M A Mosalam Shaltout
   0830h   MB11A-19 POSTER  High Energetic Solar Proton Flares 
                    of 22 March 1991: *M A Mosalam Shaltout
   0830h   MB11A-20 POSTER  The Problem of Calculation of 
                    Satellite Braking in the Earth's Atmosphere: 
                    V N Obridko
   0830h   MB11A-21 POSTER  Heliometeorological Weather Control 
                    Zones: V N Obridko
   0830h   MB11A-22 POSTER  On Correlation Between Solar, 
                    Magnetic and E-Layer Ionospheric Data: T V 
                    Gaivoronska
   0830h   MB11A-23 POSTER  The Effects of the Semidiurnal Tide 
                    on the Formation of Sporadic-E Layer: *A D 
                    Akchurin, R G Minullin, O N Sherstyukov, E Y 
                    Zykov
   0830h   MB11A-24 POSTER  Statistical Analysis of the 
                    Quasi-decadal Variations in the North Polar 
                    Stratospheric Temperature: *J W Krzyscin
   0830h   MB11A-25 POSTER  Polar Mesospheric Clouds Seen in 
                    Solar Occultation by POAM II: Preliminary 
                    Analysis: *J J Olivero, D  Debrestian, E P 
                    Shettle, J S Hornstein, R M Bevilacqua, W  
                    Glaccum

MB11B  MATH:Room 100  Mon  0830h
MJS3  Middle Atmosphere: Solar-Terrestrial Interactions (joint 
 with GA)
Presiding: C Jackman, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Ctr; J Lastovicka, 
           IAP

   0830h   MB11B-01 INVITED  The Response of the Middle 
                    Atmosphere to Solar Variability: A 
                    Two-Dimensional Model: *T Y Huang
   0900h   MB11B-02 Solar Ultraviolet Irradiance: Variation From 
                    Maximum to Minimum of Solar Cycle 22: *G J 
                    Rottman, T N Woods
   0915h   MB11B-03 INVITED  Recent Satellite Observations of 
                    Middle Atmospheric Effects of Solar UV 
                    Variations: *S Chandra
   0945h   MB11B-04 Large Variability of Zonal Wind Semi-Annual 
                    Oscillation in the Equatorial Stratosphere: 
                    *C A Reddy, L Vijayan
   1000h   Break
   1030h   MB11B-05 Solar UV and Solar Wind Electrical Inputs to 
                    the Middle and Lower Atmosphere Compared 
                    With Tropospheric Dynamical Responses: *M W 
                    Kirkland, B A Tinsley
   1045h   MB11B-06 Modeled Core-to-Wing Ratio of the Mg II h 
                    and k Lines for 1947-1978 for Estimating 
                    Solar UV Fluxes for Middle-Atmosphere 
                    Research: *R F Donnelly
   1100h   MB11B-07 Forcing of the Middle Atmosphere by Variable 
                    Wave Fluxes: *Z Luo, D C Fritts, G E Thomas
   1115h   MB11B-08 The Solar Cycle Variation of the Westerlies 
                    in Japan: Y Tomoda, K Sato
   1130h   MB11B-09 Upper Stratospheric and Mesospheric Effects 
                    of Solar Ultraviolet Variations: M Jacobs, 
                    L L Hood
   1145h   MB11B-10 Mesospheric Water Vapor Variability in the 
                    Tropics: Solar Lyman-Alpha Forcing: G E 
                    Thomas, L Chen, J M Russell, G J Rottman

MB11C  Duane Physics:G030  Mon  0850h
M1  Tropospheric Ozone - (1) Ozone Trends
Presiding: W Chameides, Georgia Inst of Technology

   0850h   INTRODUCTION: W Chameides,Georgia Tech
   0910h   MB11C-01 INVITED  Recent Changes in Tropospheric 
                    Ozone From Ozonesonde and Surface Ozone 
                    Measurements: *S J Oltmans, J A Lathrop, A S 
                    Lefohn, H Levy
   0940h   MB11C-02 INVITED  A Reexamination of Ozonesonde 
                    Behaviour in the Troposphere: *D W Tarasick, 
                    J  Davies, M  Watt
   1000h   Break
   1030h   MB11C-03 Seasonal Variation of Tropospheric Ozone at 
                    Watukosek (7~Lo~K S), Indonesia, Determined 
                    From Ozonesonde Measurements: *K Kita, M 
                    Fujiwara, T Ogawa, N Komala, S Saraspriya
   1045h   MB11C-04 Ozone Variation in the Troposphere Over 
                    Poland - Trend Analysis and Case Studies: Z 
                    Litynska, B Kois
   1100h   MB11C-05 Measurements of Tropospheric Ozone at Fritz 
                    Peak Observatory: *A O Langford, M H Proffitt
   1115h   MB11C-06 Climatology of Tropopause Folds Derived From 
                    Vertical Ozone Soundings: *M  Beekmann, G  
                    Ancellet, C  Mancier, P Van Haver, D De Muer
   1130h   MB11C-07 On Temporal Surface Ozone Variability in 
                    Europe: A M Zvyagintsev, *G M Kruchenitsky
   1145h   MB11C-08 Resolving Rapid Changes in Ozone Throughout 
                    the Free Troposphere Using the DIAL 
                    Profiling Technique: *M H Proffitt, A O 
                    Langford

MB11D  ENGR:CR 0-30  Mon  0900h
M10  Mars and Jupiter
Presiding: A P Ingersoll, California Inst of Technology

   0900h   MB11D-01 INVITED  Modelling the Climate and 
                    Circulation of the Martian Atmosphere: New 
                    Results With the Anglo-French MGCM: *P L Read, 
                    M Collins, S R Lewis, F Hourdin, O Talagrand
   0925h   MB11D-02 Martian Baroclinic Waves: Bimodal Frequency 
                    Distributions and Wavenumber Competition: *M  
                    Collins, S R Lewis, P L Read
   0940h   MB11D-03 INVITED  Some Recent Results From Modeling 
                    Studies of Transient Eddies in the Mars 
                    Atmosphere: *J R Barnes
   1005h   MB11D-04 INVITED  Dust Transport in the Martian 
                    Atmosphere as Simulated by a General 
                    Circulation Model: *R J Wilson
   1030h   Break
   1100h   MB11D-05 Numerical Studies of Surface Dust Lifting on 
                    Mars: *J R Murphy
   1115h   MB11D-06 Tidal Responses of the Mars Upper Atmosphere: 
                    *S W Bougher, R W Zurek
   1130h   MB11D-07 Spatial and Temporal Variations in Gravity 
                    Wave Drag in the Martian Atmosphere: *M M 
                    Joshi, S R Lewis
   1145h   MB11D-08 Storm Zones in Mars' Winter Atmospheric 
                    Circulation: *J L Hollingsworth, R M Haberle, 
                    A F Bridger

MB11E  ENGR:CR 2-6  Mon  0830h
M13  Atmosphere - Ocean Behaviour on Annual and Inter Annual 
Time Scales
Presiding: H von Storch, Max Planck Institute

   0830h   MB11E-01 INVITED  Analysis of Low-Frequency Climate 
                    Variations Over the North Atlantic and 
                    Adjacent Areas: J Hurrell, H van Loon
   0900h   MB11E-02 INVITED  On the Reddest Atmospheric Modes: *J 
                    von Storch
   0930h   MB11E-03 INVITED  Decadal Variability in the North 
                    Atlantic in the ECHAM1/LSG Coupled 
                    Ocean-Atmosphere GCM: *E Zorita, C 
                    Frankignoul
   1000h   Break
   1030h   MB11E-04 Interannual Atmosphere-Ocean Coupled 
                    Variability in the North Atlantic: 
                    Observations and Modelling: *J C Fyfe, S  
                    Peng
   1050h   MB11E-05 Interdecadal Variation of the Wintertime 
                    Northern-Hemisphere Circulation in the Past 
                    Four Decades: *T C Chen, J M Chen
   1110h   MB11E-06 Joint Spatio-temporal Modes of Surface 
                    Temperature and Sea Level Pressure 
                    Variability in the Northern Hemisphere 
                    During the Last Century: *M E Mann, J Park
   1130h   MB11E-07 INVITED  Phase Space Diagnostics Applied: *K 
                    Fraedrich

MB11F  EC:Arena  Mon  0830h
MW5  Intercomparison of Middle Atmosphere Models - Posters
Presiding: S Pawson, Univ of Berlin

   0830h   MB11F-01 POSTER  The Extended UGAMP Global 
                    Circulation Model: W Norton, *J Thuburn
   0830h   MB11F-02 POSTER  3D Modelling of the Stratosphere 
                    With the ARPEGE GCM: *P  Simon, D  Cariolle, 
                    M  Deque
   0830h   MB11F-03 POSTER  Tropical Stratosphere-Troposphere 
                    Exchange in the NCAR CCM2: *P W Mote
   0830h   MB11F-04 POSTER  Large Scale Transport of 
                    Stratospheric Air Into the Troposphere Due 
                    to a Tropospheric Frontal System: *W Kouker
   0830h   MB11F-05 POSTER  Middle Atmospheric Simulation With 
                    the GFDL "SKYHI" Model: *K Hamilton
   0830h   MB11F-06 POSTER  Description of the Berlin TSM-GCM: *U 
                    Langematz, S Pawson, G Radek, P Strauch
   0830h   MB11F-07 POSTER  Sensitivity of the Berlin TSM-GCM to 
                    Physical Parametrizations: *S Pawson, U 
                    Langematz, G Radek
   0830h   MB11F-08 POSTER  Simulations of Stratospheric 
                    Chemistry in a General Circulation Model: *J 
                    Austin, N Butchart
   0830h   MB11F-09 POSTER  The ECHAM4 General Circulation Model 
                    With Domain Top at 0.01 hPa: *E Roeckner
   0830h   MB11F-10 POSTER  A Stratosphere-Troposphere 
                    Configuration of the UK Meteorological 
                    Office Unified Model: R Swinbank, C Douglas, 
                    N Butchart, W Lahoz
   0830h   MB11F-11 POSTER  Development of a Canadian Middle 
                    Atmosphere Climate Model: Modelling Strategy 
                    and Preliminary Results: *S R Beagley, J 
                    de Grand pre, J N Koshyk, N A McFarlane, T G 
                    Shepherd
   0830h   MB11F-12 POSTER  Evaluation of Tracer Transport in 
                    the Goddard 3D Chemistry and Transport 
                    Model, I. Evolution Determined by Winds From 
                    a Mechanistic Model: *J E Nielsen, S E 
                    Strahan, M C Cerniglia, A R Douglass, R B 
                    Rood
   0830h   MB11F-13 POSTER  Evaluation of Tracer Transport in 
                    the Goddard 3D Chemistry and Transport 
                    Model, II. Results Using Assimilated Winds 
                    and Comparison ISAMS N2O Distributions: *S E 
                    Strahan, J E Nielsen, M C Cerniglia, R B Rood
   0830h   MB11F-14 POSTER  Stratospheric Data Assimilation 
                    Using UARS/MLS Temperature Data: M Seablom, *L 
                    Coy, R Rood, A Douglass
   0830h   MB11F-15 POSTER  Climate and Variability of the 
                    Troposphere-Stratosphere Simulated in the 
                    MRI Atmospheric Spectral GCM: *T  Koide, M  
                    Chiba, K  Yamazaki
   0830h   MB11F-16 POSTER  Trends of Temperature and 
                    Concentration of Some Constituents in the 
                    Stratosphere and Lower Thermosphere: *G 
                    Golitsyn, G Givishvili, G Kokin, A Semenov, N 
                    Shefov
   0830h   MB11F-17 POSTER  Chemical Transport Modeling: *A R 
                    Douglass

MB11G  ENGR:CR 1-12  Mon  0850h
MW5  Intercomparison of Middle Atmosphere Models
Presiding: S Pawson, Univ of Berlin

   0850h   INTRODUCTION: S Pawson,Univ of Berlin
   0900h   MB11G-01 INVITED  Sudden Stratospheric Warmings in 
                    GCMs: *U Langematz
   0945h   MB11G-02 INVITED  Tropospheric Circulation Changes 
                    Associated With the Stratosphere: K Kodera
   1030h   Break
   1100h   MB11G-03 INVITED  The Problem of Simulating a 
                    Realistic Stratospheric QBO in General 
                    Circulation Models: *K Hamilton
   1145h   MB11G-04 INVITED  Parameterization of Gravity-Wave 
                    Drag in General Circulation Models That 
                    Extend From the Surface to the Mesopause: *N 
                    McFarlane

MB12A  MATH:Room 100  Mon  1330h
MJS3  Middle Atmosphere: Solar-Terrestrial Interactions (joint 
 with GA)
Presiding: S Chandra, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Ctr; E 
           Kazimirovsky, Russian Academy of Sciences

   1330h   MB12A-01 INVITED  Middle Atmospheric Effects of Solar 
                    Particle Events Observed by UARS: *J D 
                    Winningham, R  Link
   1400h   MB12A-02 INVITED  The Influence of Geomagnetic 
                    Activity and Energetic Electrons on the 
                    Dynamics, Composition, and Ionization of the 
                    Upper Middle Atmosphere: *E S Kazimirovsky, J 
                    Lastovicka
   1430h   MB12A-03 Global Energy Deposition by Relativistic 
                    Electrons Observed by SAMPEX: Relationship 
                    to the Solar Cycle: *L B Callis, R E Boughner, 
                    D N Baker, R A Mewaldt, J B Blake, M 
                    Natarajan
   1445h   MB12A-04 Particle Precipitation Influences on the 
                    Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere: *M V 
                    Codrescu, T J Fuller-Rowell, R G Roble, D S 
                    Evans
   1500h   Break
   1530h   MB12A-05 Nitric Oxide Concentrations in the 
                    Mesosphere Determined From D-Region 
                    Measurements: *W Swider
   1545h   MB12A-06 Ionospheric Changes Induced by a Total Solar 
                    Eclipse as Seen by GPS Signals: Preliminary 
                    Results: *A Mendes da Costa, R E Schaal, E S 
                    da Fonseca
   1600h   MB12A-07 Changes in Total Ozone During the 1989 Solar 
                    and Geomagnetic Disturbances: *E A Martinez, 
                    S Duhau
   1615h   MB12A-08 The Variability Potential of the Sun and Its 
                    Reflexion in Sunspot Data and Ice-Core 
                    Records: *W Mende
   1630h   MB12A-09 Solar Inertial Motion, Related Changes of 
                    Volcanic Activity, and Impact on Ozone and 
                    UV-B Radiation: I Charvatova
   1645h   MB12A-10 Mesospheric Precipitation of Energetic 
                    Electrons: *B  Abel, R M Thorne, A L Vampola, 
                    J L Roeder

MB12B  ENGR:CR 2-26  Mon  1330h
MJS5  Effects of Pinatubo
Presiding: P McCormick, NASA/Langley Research Center

   1330h   MB12B-01 INVITED  The Atmospheric Effects of the 1991 
                    Pinatubo Eruption: *M P McCormick
   1400h   MB12B-02 The Time-Dependence of Mt. Pinatubo Aerosol 
                    Concentrations in the Stratosphere, 
                    1991-1995, Measured by the HALOE Experiment: 
                    *J E Harries, A Chan, J M Russell
   1420h   MB12B-03 ISAMS Observations of Mt Pinatubo Sulphate 
                    Aerosols: *A  Lambert, R G Grainger, C D 
                    Rodgers, F W Taylor
   1440h   MB12B-04 CLAES Observations of the Decay of the Mt. 
                    Pinatubo Veil: *J L Mergenthaler, J B Kumer, 
                    A E Roche, G L Manney, R  Zurek
   1500h   Break
   1530h   MB12B-05 INVITED  Balloonborne Measurements of 
                    Volcanic Aerosol at 41~Lo~KN Following the 
                    Eruptions of Pinatubo and El Chichon: 
                    Comparisons of Size Distributions and 
                    Surface Areas: *T Deshler, D J Hofmann
   1600h   MB12B-06 Lidar Observations of Pinatubo Volcanic 
                    Aerosol Layers at Tokyo: *M Abo, C Nagasawa
   1620h   MB12B-07 Mount Pinatubo Aerosol Over Antarctica: 
                    Arrival, Poleward Transport, and 
                    Sedimentation: *V K Saxena, J Anderson
   1640h   MB12B-08 The Distribution of Volcanic Aerosol in the 
                    Tropical Lower Stratosphere After the Mt. 
                    Pinatubo Eruption: *C Marquardt

MB12C  Duane Physics:G030  Mon  1330h
M1  Tropospheric Ozone - (2) Tropospheric Aircraft
Presiding: W Chameides, Georgia Inst of Technology

   1330h   MB12C-01 INVITED  Effects of Aircraft Emissions on 
                    the Tropospheric Ozone: *S C Liu
   1400h   MB12C-02 Contribution of Aircraft Emissions to the 
                    Atmospheric NO~Kx~L Content: *R Sausen, I 
                    Kohler
   1415h   MB12C-03 Mesoscale Features of the Impact of 
                    Conventional Aircraft Emissions on Ozone in 
                    the Upper Troposphere: *E Lippert, H Petry, A 
                    Ebel
   1430h   MB12C-04 Tropospheric Distributions of NMHC Using a 
                    3-D SL Chemical Transport Model and CMC 
                    Objectively Analysed Meteorological Data: *J C 
                    McConnell, E M J Templeton, J de Grand pre, 
                    S R Beagley, J W Kaminski
   1445h   MB12C-05 A Comparison of Ozone Formation Rates in the 
                    Lower and Upper Troposphere: *C J Walcek
   1500h   Break
   1530h   MB12C-06 Radiative Forcing Due to Increasing 
                    Atmospheric Methane: *W C Wang, H Mao, J S 
                    Fuglestvedt, I S A Isaksen
   1545h   MB12C-07 The Source of Ozone to the Tropics: *I  
                    Folkins, A J Weinheimer
   1600h   MB12C-08 A Global "Telescopic" Model of Chemically 
                    Active Trace Constituents: Application to 
                    the Mauna Loa Observatory Photochemistry 
                    Experiment: *P Ginoux, G Brasseur, E Atlas
   1615h   MB12C-09 A Multiplicative Model for Surface Ozone at 
                    Mexico City: *J L Bravo, T  Diaz
   1630h   MB12C-10 INVITED  Tropospheric Ozone and Climate: *V A 
                    Mohnen

MB12D  ENGR:CR 0-30  Mon  1330h
M10  Mars and Jupiter
Presiding: F W Taylor, Oxford University

   1330h   MB12D-01 Martian Surface-Induced Mesoscale Winds: 
                    Latitudinal and Seasonal Dependencies: *T  
                    Siili, R M Haberle
   1345h   MB12D-02 Downslope Windstorms in the Lee of Ridges on 
                    Mars: *J Magalhaes, R Young
   1400h   MB12D-03 Data Assimilation for the Atmosphere of Mars: 
                    *S R Lewis, P L Read
   1415h   MB12D-04 INVITED  The Martian Water Cycle: *H  Houben, 
                    R M Haberle, R E Young, A P Zent
   1440h   MB12D-05 INVITED  Geologic Constraints on the Early 
                    Climate of Mars: *S W Squyres
   1505h   Break
   1530h   MB12D-06 INVITED  Mars Volatile and Climate 
                    Evolution: A Changing Paradigm?: *B M Jakosky, 
                    J H Jones
   1555h   MB12D-07 Evolution of ~L40~KAr on Mars: Implications 
                    for Sources, Sinks, and Outgassing Histories: 
                    *K S Hutchins, B M Jakosky
   1610h   MB12D-08 INVITED  Water on Mars and Venus: *T M 
                    Donahue
   1635h   MB12D-09 INVITED  The Chemical Composition and 
                    Evolution of the Atmosphere of Mars: *Y L 
                    Yung
   1700h   MB12D-10 INVITED  Solar Wind Effects on Mars 
                    Atmosphere Evolution: *J G Luhmann

MB12E  ENGR:CR 2-6  Mon  1330h
M13  Atmosphere-Ocean Behaviour on Annual and Interannual Time 
Scales
Presiding: H von Storch, Max Planck Institute

   1330h   MB12E-01 Empirical Orthogonal Wavelets in Climatic 
                    Records: R Craig, D E Jones
   1350h   MB12E-02 Operational ENSO - Forecasting: A Villwock, M 
                    Latif
   1410h   MB12E-03 INVITED  Recurring Atmospheric Anomalies 
                    Forced by Tropical Heating: *G Branstator
   1440h   MB12E-04 Resonant Reaction of the Middle Atmosphere 
                    to the External Periodic Forcing: *A A 
                    Krivolutsky, B M Kiruyshov, P Vargin
   1441h   MB12E-05 North Atlantic Interannual Variability in a 
                    Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Model: *T L Delworth
   1442h   MB12E-06 A Model Response to Submonthly 
                    Transient-Eddy Forcing Associated With the 
                    Monthly-Mean PNA Anomalies: J Sheng, M Klasa, 
                    *J Derome
   1443h   MB12E-07 Stochastic Forcing and ENSO Predictability: 
                    *F F Jin
   1444h   MB12E-08 OLR and SST Anomaly Fields Associated With 
                    Extreme Rainfall Events in East Africa: *F O 
                    Otieno, E K Anyamba
   1445h   MB12E-09 Decadal-to-Centennial Variability in an 
                    Idealized Ocean-Atmosphere Model: *R  
                    Saravanan, J C McWilliams
   1446h   MB12E-10 Insights Into Large Scale Hydroclimatic 
                    Variability Using Nonlinear Climate Models: 
                    *S  Jain, U  Lall
   1447h   MB12E-11 A Comparison of Modeled and Observed 
                    Relationships Between Interannual Variations 
                    of Water Vapor and Temperature: *D  Sun, I  
                    Held
   1448h   MB12E-12 Blocking Episodes in a High-Resolution 
                    Climate Simulation: *P  Tschuck, A  Ohmura, 
                    L  Bengtsson
   1449h   MB12E-13 Climate Variability due to Orographic and 
                    Thermal Influences in a Nonlinear Low-Order 
                    Model: *K Dethloff, H Gernandt, M V Kurgansky, 
                    I A Pisnichenko
   1450h   MB12E-14 On the Asymptotic Behavior of the Forced and 
                    Dissipative Barotropic Atmosphere: *Y N Skiba
   1451h   MB12E-15 Climate Anomalies Over the Pacific During 
                    the 1980's: L Xie, C Fu
   1452h   MB12E-16 Quasi-biennial Climate Oscillations: Global 
                    and Regional Tendencies of Change: *I I 
                    Mokhov, V A Bezverkhny, A V Eliseev, V K 
                    Petukhov
   1453h   MB12E-17 Seasonal March of Heat Fluxes During Monsoon 
                    Periods Over the Bay of Bengal: *K G Reddy, 
                    G R L Rao, K V Devi
   1454h   MB12E-18 Sensitivity of a Climate Model Including an 
                    AGCM Coupled to a Variable Oceanic Mixed 
                    Layer Model: Seasonal Variability and 
                    Greenhouse Effect: *E Cohen-Solal
   1455h   MB12E-19 Simulated North Pacific SST Anomalies From a 
                    Coupled GCM/Mixed-Layer Ocean Model With and 
                    Without the Effects of Tropical El Nino 
                    Variability: *R G Gallimore
   1456h   MB12E-20 Dynamics of Stationary Wave Anomalies 
                    Associated With ENSO in a GCM: *P Peng
   1457h   MB12E-21 Synoptic Scale Circulation in the MECCA 
                    General Circulation Models: A Comparison 
                    With Observations: *S Schubert
   1458h   Break
   1530h   MB12E-22 A Model Response to Submonthly 
                    Transient-Eddy Forcing Associated With the 
                    Monthly-Mean PNA Anomalies: J Derome, J Sheng, 
                    M Klasa
   1550h   MB12E-23 Comparative Spectral Energetics Diagnosis of 
                    Global Weather Prediction Models by ECMWF, 
                    NMC, and JMA: *H L Tanaka, A Hasegawa, N 
                    Ogasawara
   1610h   MB12E-24 INVITED  Observed, Low-Frequency Spectra of 
                    Variations in the Atmosphere and Ocean: R A 
                    Madden, R H Jones
   1640h   MB12E-25 Principle Oscillation Pattern Analysis of 
                    the Madden-Julian Oscillation Appearing in 
                    ECHAM GCM and in ECMWF Data Sets: *S Gualdi, 
                    H von Storch, A Navarra

MB12F  ENGR:CR 1-12  Mon  1400h
MW5  Intercomparison of Middle Atmosphere Models
Presiding: S Pawson, Univ of Berlin

   1400h   MB12F-01 INVITED  Chemical Transport Modeling: *A R 
                    Douglas
   1445h   MB12F-02 INVITED  Radiative Consistency of 
                    Observations of Temperature and Ozone in the 
                    Middle Atmosphere: *R L Orris, V  Ramaswamy, 
                    J D Mahlman, M D Schwarzkopf
   1530h   Break
   1600h   MB12F-03 The Extended UGAMP Global Circulation Model: 
                    W Norton, *J Thuburn
   1604h   MB12F-04 3D Modelling of the Stratosphere With the 
                    ARPEGE GCM: *P  Simon, D  Cariolle, M  Deque
   1608h   MB12F-05 Tropical Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange 
                    in the NCAR CCM2: *P W Mote
   1612h   MB12F-06 Large Scale Transport of Stratospheric Air 
                    Into the Troposphere Due to a Tropospheric 
                    Frontal System: *W Kouker
   1616h   MB12F-07 Middle Atmospheric Simulation With the GFDL 
                    "SKYHI" Model: *K Hamilton
   1620h   MB12F-08 Description of the Berlin TSM-GCM: *U 
                    Langematz, S Pawson, G Radek, P Strauch
   1624h   MB12F-09 Sensitivity of the Berlin TSM-GCM to 
                    Physical Parametrizations: *S Pawson, U 
                    Langematz, G Radek
   1628h   MB12F-10 Simulations of Stratospheric Chemistry in a 
                    General Circulation Model: *J Austin, N 
                    Butchart
   1632h   MB12F-11 The ECHAM4 General Circulation Model With 
                    Domain Top at 0.01 hPa: *E Roeckner
   1636h   MB12F-12 A Stratosphere-Troposphere Configuration of 
                    the UK Meteorological Office Unified Model: R 
                    Swinbank, C Douglas, N Butchart, W Lahoz
   1640h   MB12F-13 Development of a Canadian Middle Atmosphere 
                    Climate Model: Modelling Strategy and 
                    Preliminary Results: *S R Beagley, J 
                    de Grand pre, J N Koshyk, N A McFarlane, T G 
                    Shepherd
   1644h   MB12F-14 Evaluation of Tracer Transport in the 
                    Goddard 3D Chemistry and Transport Model, I. 
                    Evolution Determined by Winds From a 
                    Mechanistic Model: *J E Nielsen, S E Strahan, 
                    M C Cerniglia, A R Douglass, R B Rood
   1648h   MB12F-15 Evaluation of Tracer Transport in the 
                    Goddard 3D Chemistry and Transport Model, 
                    II. Results Using Assimilated Winds and 
                    Comparison ISAMS N2O Distributions: *S E 
                    Strahan, J E Nielsen, M C Cerniglia, R B Rood
   1652h   MB12F-16 Stratospheric Data Assimilation Using 
                    UARS/MLS Temperature Data: M Seablom, *L Coy, 
                    R Rood, A Douglass
   1656h   MB12F-17 Climate and Variability of the 
                    Troposphere-Stratosphere Simulated in the 
                    MRI Atmospheric Spectral GCM: *T  Koide, M  
                    Chiba, K  Yamazaki

MB21A  MATH:Room 100  Tues  0830h
MJS3  Middle Atmosphere: The Polar Mesosphere (joint  with GA)
Presiding: G Reid, NOAA; E Thrane, NDRE

   0830h   MB21A-01 INVITED  Small Scale Dynamics in the Polar 
                    Mesosphere: *E V Thrane
   0900h   MB21A-02 INVITED  Radar Studies of the Polar 
                    Mesosphere: *J Rottger
   0930h   MB21A-03 The Sondre Stromfjord Meteor Radar System: 
                    Initial Data Analysis: *T A Valentic, S K 
                    Avery
   0945h   MB21A-04 Lidar and Radiosonde Observations of 
                    Atmospheric Thermal Structure and Gravity 
                    Wave Activity in the High Arctic: *J A 
                    Whiteway, A I Carswell
   1000h   Break
   1030h   MB21A-05 INVITED  The Large Scale Dynamics, Heat 
                    Budget, and Global Change in the Mesosphere: 
                    *R W Portmann
   1100h   MB21A-06 The Impact of Constituent Dependent Heating 
                    and Cooling in the Summer Solstice 
                    Mesosphere/Lower Thermosphere: TIMESGCM 
                    Results: *W E Ward, R G Roble
   1115h   MB21A-07 Coupling of Gravity and Planetary Waves in 
                    the Polar Summer Mesosphere: *P J Espy, J  
                    Stegman, G  Witt
   1130h   MB21A-08 Silicon Molecular Ions in the D-Region: *E 
                    Kopp, F Balsiger, E Murad

MB21B  EC:Arena  Tues  0830h
MJS5  Effects of Pinatubo - Posters
Presiding: P McCormick, NASA/Langley Research Center

   0830h   MB21B-01 POSTER  UARS Observations of Mt. Pinatubo 
                    Aerosol Extinction: *S T Massie, P B Bailey, 
                    J C Gille, T Deshler, G Thomas, C D Rodgers, 
                    R G Grainger, F W Taylor, J L Mergenthaler, 
                    A E Roche, J B Kumer, J M Russell
   0830h   MB21B-02 POSTER  Time Evolution of the El Chichon and 
                    Pinatubo Aerosol Layers From TOMS UV 
                    Reflectivity Measurements: O Torres, J R 
                    Herman
   0830h   MB21B-03 POSTER  Response of the Lower Stratospheric 
                    Ozone to Volcanic Aerosols in the Antarctic 
                    and Arctic: *H Gernandt, A Herber, M P 
                    McCormick, L W Thomason, S Kaneto
   0830h   MB21B-04 POSTER  Pinatubo Stratospheric Aerosol 
                    Characterisation: *P D Girolamo, V Cuomo, G 
                    Pappalardo, N Spinelli, R Velotta, V Berardi
   0830h   MB21B-05 POSTER  Techniques Used to Generate a Set of 
                    Aerosol Optical Extinctions for Use in 
                    Modeling Radiative, Chemical, and Dynamical 
                    Effects of the Mt. Pinatubo Eruption: *K E 
                    Grant, D E Kinnison, P S Connell, T 
                    Kuczmarski
   0830h   MB21B-06 POSTER  Bimodality in Stratospheric Aerosols 
                    Due to the 1991 Eruption of Mt. Pinatubo: *N H 
                    Lin, V K Saxena
   0830h   MB21B-07 POSTER  Effects of Volcanic Aerosols on High 
                    Level Clouds: *N Song, A Williams
   0830h   MB21B-08 POSTER  Volcanic Effects on Stratospheric 
                    Chemistry: *M T Coffey, W G Mankin
   0830h   MB21B-09 POSTER  A 1-D Radiative-Chemical Couple 
                    Model Study of the Effects of Pinatubo 
                    Aerosols on Temperature, Ozone, and the 
                    Other Chemical Constituents: *H Akiyoshi, O 
                    Uchino
   0830h   MB21B-10 POSTER  Stratospheric Aerosols: A 
                    Microphysical Model: *M J Mills, S  Solomon
   0830h   MB21B-11 POSTER  Using AVHRR, HIRS, and TOMS: *H L 
                    Shocker, D J Schneider, G J S Bluth, W I Rose, 
                    A J Krueger, I E Sprod
   0830h   MB21B-12 POSTER  3D Transport Simulations of the 
                    Dispersal of the Volcanic Cloud From Mount 
                    Pinatubo: *T D Fairlie
   0830h   MB21B-13 POSTER  Time Evolution and Decay 
                    Characteristics of Mt. Pinatubo Volcanic 
                    Perturbation: *P R Nair, S K Satheesh, K K 
                    Moorthy
   0830h   MB21B-14 POSTER  Global Impact of Mount Pinatubo 
                    Eruption on the Composition and Temperature 
                    of the Ozonosphere: *I G Dyominov, A M 
                    Zadorozhny, N F Elansky
   0830h   MB21B-15 POSTER  Effects of Mt. Pinatubo Aerosol 
                    Perturbances on Atmospheric Radiances: *P R 
                    Nair, B V K Murthy, K K Moorthy
   0830h   MB21B-16 POSTER  Effect of the Mount Pinatubo 
                    Volcanic Cloud on Stratospheric Ozone 
                    Amounts Monitored at OHP (44 N, 6 E) and 
                    Dumont d'Urville (66 S, 140 E): *S  Godin, M  
                    Guirlet, R  Greskiewicz, C  David
   0830h   MB21B-17 POSTER  Inversion of Mt. Pinatubo Data Using 
                    Analytic Eigenfunction Theory: *G P Box
   0830h   MB21B-18 POSTER  Ground-Based Observations and 
                    2D-Model Comparison of Stratospheric NO~K2~L 
                    at Mid and High Latitudes in Europe After 
                    the Mt Pinatubo Eruption: M V Roozendael, M 
                    De Maziere, C Hermans, *P C Simon, J P 
                    Pommereau, F Goutail, X Tie, G Brasseur, C 
                    Granier
   0830h   MB21B-19 POSTER  Impact of Mt Pinatubo Eruption on 
                    Stratospheric NO~K2~L: Ground-Based 
                    Observations in Europe and Interpretation 
                    From 2D-Modelling: M Van Roozendael, M 
                    De Maziere, C  Hermans, *P C Simon, J P 
                    Pommereau, F  Goutail, X  Tie, G  Brasseur, 
                    C  Granier
   0830h   MB21B-20 POSTER  Pinatubo Stratospheric Aerosol 
                    Characterisation: *P Di Girolamo, V Cuomo, G 
                    Pappalardo, N Spinelli, R Velotta, V Berardi

MB21C  ENGR:CR 2-26  Tues  0830h
MJS5  Effects of Pinatubo
Presiding: P M McCormick, NASA/Langley Research Center

   0830h   MB21C-01 INVITED  Pinatubo Global- to Micro-scale 
                    Evolution: A Unified Picture From Space, 
                    Air, and Ground Measurements: *P B Russell, 
                    J M Livingston, R F Pueschel, J B Pollack, S 
                    Brooks, P Hamill, J Hughes, L Thomason, L 
                    Stowe, T Deshler, E Dutton, R Bergstrom
   0900h   MB21C-02 The Evolution of Aerosol Particle Size and 
                    Concentration in the Lower Stratosphere 
                    Following the Eruption of Mt Pinatubo: ER-2 
                    Measurements: *H H Jonsson, J C Wilson, C A 
                    Brock
   0920h   MB21C-03 Tomography of the Earth's Atmosphere in 
                    1992-1993 From the ORA Radiometer: *D Fussen, 
                    E Arijs, D Nevejans
   0940h   MB21C-04 The Change of Pinatubo's Aerosol Size 
                    Distribution - Comparison Between Balloon 
                    and Satellite Observations: *C Brogniez, D 
                    Ramon, M Herman, J Lenoble
   1000h   Break
   1030h   MB21C-05 A Comparison of Lidar Measurements of 
                    Stratospheric Aerosol Following the El 
                    Chichon and Pinatubo Eruptions at the Mauna 
                    Loa, Hawaii Observatory: *D J Hofmann, J E 
                    Barnes
   1050h   MB21C-06 Comparison Between the El Chichon and 
                    Pinatubo Aerosol Clouds at 23~Lo~KS: *D M 
                    Simonich, B R Clemesha
   1110h   MB21C-07 INVITED  The Effect on the Stratosphere of 
                    Three Volcanic Eruptions: *K Labitzke, H 
                    van Loon, S Leder, C Marquardt, P Braesicke, 
                    S Pawson
   1140h   MB21C-08 Implications of the Modeling of the Early 
                    Dispersion of the Mt. Pinatubo Aerosol Cloud: 
                    *R E Young, O B Toon, H  Houben

MB21D  EC:Arena  Tues  0830h
M1  Tropospheric Ozone - Posters
Presiding: W Chameides, Georgia Inst of Technology

   0830h   MB21D-01 POSTER  The Meridional Distribution of 
                    Methyl Bromide, Halon 1301, and Halon 1211: *H 
                    Lorenzen-Schmidt, R Weller, O Schrems
   0830h   MB21D-02 POSTER  Intercomparison of Instruments for 
                    Tropospheric Measurements Using Differential 
                    Optical Absorption Spectroscopy: A C Vandaele, 
                    *C  Clerbaux
   0830h   MB21D-03 POSTER  Ground-Based Observation of Ozone 
                    and Carbon Monoxide at Oki Island Japan: *Y 
                    Kajii, A Usui, J Hirokawa, H Akimoto
   0830h   MB21D-04 POSTER  On Spatial Surface Ozone Variability 
                    in Europe: *A M Zvyaginstev, G M Kruchenitsky
   0830h   MB21D-05 POSTER  Daytime Course of the Total Ozone 
                    and Convective Process in the Lower 
                    Troposphere Polluted by Sulphur Compounds: 
                    *A G Ishov
   0830h   MB21D-06 POSTER  Ozone and NO~K2~L Measurements Using 
                    a Cable Car: *E Putz, M Mudri
   0830h   MB21D-07 POSTER  On the Small-Scale Meteorology of 
                    Tropospheric Ozone: *W M Angevine, M P Buhr, 
                    J S Holloway, M Trainer, D D Parrish, F C 
                    Fehsenfeld, G L Kok
   0830h   MB21D-08 POSTER  Possible Impacts of Subsonics on 
                    Ozone Levels in the Tropospheric and Lower 
                    Stratosphere: *J W Kaminski, J C McConnell, 
                    E M J Templeton, J de Grand pre, S R Beagley
   0830h   MB21D-09 POSTER  Volcanic Halogens Emissions in the 
                    Troposphere Validation of Flux Measurements: 
                    R X Faivre-Pierret, *F Le Guern
   0830h   MB21D-10 POSTER  Sulfur Chemistry and Photo-Oxidants 
                    in the Antarctic Troposphere: First Results 
                    From Project SCATE: *H Berresheim, F L Eisele, 
                    D J Tanner, A Jefferson, J W Huey, R P Thorn, 
                    A L Torres, W D Neff, D Slusher, D D Davis
   0830h   MB21D-11 POSTER  Analysis of 4-Day Trajectories for 
                    an Antarctic Coastal Station: *U  Wyputta
   0830h   MB21D-12 POSTER  The Peroxy Radical Intercomparison 
                    Exercise (PRICE): An Overview: *K C 
                    Cleimitshaw, L J Carpenter, A Volz-Thomas, S 
                    Gilge, M Heitlinger, D Mihelcic, P Musgen, 
                    H W Patz, M Schultz, C A Cantrell, T Behmann, 
                    J P Burrows, M Weissenmayer, T Arnold, T 
                    Kluepfel, D Perner, P Borrell, P M Borrell, J 
                    Slemr
   0830h   MB21D-13 POSTER  Measurements of Chemical and 
                    Meteorological Parameters at the TOR Station 
                    Schauinsland During PRICE: H W Patz, M 
                    Dabrowska, S Gilge, N Houben, S Jansen, F 
                    Kramp, M Schultz, *A Volz-Thomas, J Slemr
   0830h   MB21D-14 POSTER  Intercalibration Exercises During 
                    PRICE: *M Schultz, M Heitlinger, D Mihelic, P 
                    Musgen, A Volz-thomas, C A Cantrell, L J 
                    Carpenter, K C Clemitshaw, T Behmann, J P 
                    Burrows, M Weissenmayer, D Perner, T Klupfel, 
                    P Borrell, P M Borrell
   0830h   MB21D-15 POSTER  Measurements of Peroxy Radical 
                    Concentrations During the PRICE-Campaign 
                    1994 by Matrix Isolation and ESR-Spectroscopy: 
                    *D Mihelcic, P Musgen, A Volz-Thomas, D 
                    Mihelcic
   0830h   MB21D-16 POSTER  Participation of the University of 
                    East Anglia Peroxy Radical Chemical 
                    Amplifier in the Peroxy Radical 
                    InterComparison Exercise (PRICE): *L J 
                    Carpenter, K C Clemitshaw, S A Penkett
   0830h   MB21D-17 POSTER  Peroxy Radical Measurements During 
                    PRICE Using the NCAR Dual Inlet Chemical 
                    Amplifier: *C A Cantrell, R E Shetter, J G 
                    Calvert
   0830h   MB21D-18 POSTER  Radical Measurements With the KFA 
                    Chemical Amplifier During the PRICE Campaign 
                    1994: *M Heitlinger, D Mihelcic, M Schultz, A 
                    Volz-Thomas
   0830h   MB21D-19 POSTER  IFE Peroxy Radical Measurements 
                    During PRICE: *T Behmann, J P Burrows, M 
                    Weissenmayer
   0830h   MB21D-20 POSTER  Peroxy Radical Measurements at Four 
                    Different Sites in Europe: *T Behmann, M 
                    Weissenmayer, J P Burrows
   0830h   MB21D-21 POSTER  Determination of OH-Concentrations 
                    at Schauinsland From the Decay of 
                    Hydrocarbons and NOx: Implications for the 
                    Budget of Ozone and Radicals in Polluted Air 
                    Masses: F Kramp, D Kley, *A Volz-Thomas
   0830h   MB21D-22 POSTER  Atmospheric Non-methane Hydrocarbon 
                    Measurements in the North Sea Coastal Zone: 
                    *R A Burgess, S A Penkett, P  Lightman, A R W 
                    Marsh
   0830h   MB21D-23 POSTER  Observed and Model-Calculated 
                    Photostationary State at Mauna Loa 
                    Observatory During MLOPEX II: Implications 
                    for Radical Concentrations and Ozone Budget: 
                    *D A Hauglustaine, S Madronich, B A Ridley, 
                    J G Walega, C A Cantrell, R E Shetter, G 
                    Hubler
   0830h   MB21D-24 POSTER  Intercomparison of Local OH 
                    Measurements by Laser-Induced Fluorescence 
                    and Folded Long-Path Absorption Spectroscopy: 
                    *A  Hofzumahaus, U  Aschmutat, U  
                    Brandenburger, T  Brauers, H P Dorn, M  
                    Hausmann, M  Hessling, F  Holland, D E Ehhalt
   0830h   MB21D-25 POSTER  Observations of the Nitrate Radical 
                    in Three Different Environments: *N  Smith, 
                    J M Plane, R A Burgess, K C Clemitshaw, H  
                    Coe, S A Penkett, E  Cuevas
   0830h   MB21D-26 POSTER  On the Influence of Halogen Oxides 
                    on Tropospheric Ozone Chemistry: *H 
                    Lorenzen-Schmidt, U Platt, W Unold, M 
                    Haussmann
   0830h   MB21D-27 POSTER  The Isotopic Composition of 
                    Tropospheric Ozone: *D Krankowsky, F Bartecki, 
                    K Mauersberger, G G Klees, J Stehr
   0830h   MB21D-28 POSTER  An Efficient On-Line Heterogeneous 
                    Chemistry Model: *N Chaumerliac, S Cautenet, 
                    P G Gregoire, J Edy, N Audiffren
   0830h   MB21D-29 POSTER  The Photochemistry of NOy Compounds 
                    on Water-Ice: *T  Koch, J R Sodeau, T B 
                    Roddis, A B Horn
   0830h   MB21D-30 POSTER  Experimental Findings for 
                    Heterogeneous Ozone Destruction in Clouds at 
                    Mt. Brocken: K Acker, S Naumann, *D Moller, W 
                    Wieprecht, A Oestreich

MB21E  Duane Physics:G030  Tues  0830h
M1  Tropospheric Ozone - (4) Polar Ozone and - (6) Tropical 
Ozone and Biomass Burning
Presiding: S Penkett, Univ of East Anglia

   0830h   INTRODUCTION: S Penkett,Univ of East Anglia
   0840h   MB21E-01 INVITED  Tropospheric Polar Ozone Chemistry: 
                    *J C McConnell
   0910h   MB21E-02 INVITED  A Review of Lower Troposperic Ozone 
                    Depletion Chemistry at Polar Sunrise in the 
                    Arctic: *L A Barrie
   0940h   MB21E-03 Measurements of Surface Ozone at High 
                    Northern Latitudes: *K Henriksen
   1000h   MB21E-04 Ozone Production at High Latitudes During 
                    Spring: *D D Jaffe, J Herring, H Beine, E 
                    Pullman
   1015h   MB21E-05 Ozone, Carbon Monoxide, C2-C5 Hydrocarbons, 
                    and Radon Sea Level Measurements Between 
                    45~Lo~KS and 80~Lo~KS: D Martin, *F Le Guern, 
                    B Bonsang, E Demont, V Gros, B Ardouin
   1030h   Break
   1100h   MB21E-06 INVITED  The Need for the ITOY 
                    (International Tropospheric Ozone Years) 
                    Measurement Initiative for the Tropics: *P J 
                    Crutzen
   1130h   MB21E-07 Emissions of Oxygenated Hydrocarbons From 
                    Biomass Burning: Important Precursors of 
                    Ozone: *J Rudolph, R Koppmann, K V Czapiewski, 
                    G Helas, J Ludwig
   1145h   MB21E-08 The Origin of Ozone in the Tropical 
                    Troposphere: An Analysis of Aircraft 
                    Observations Over the South Atlantic Basin: 
                    *D J Jacob
   1200h   MB21E-09 Impact of Biomass Burning Emissions on the 
                    Composition of the Troposphere: *C Granier, 
                    W M Hao, J F Muller, G P Brasseur
   1215h   MB21E-10 The Effect of Biomass Burning on 
                    Tropospheric Ozone Production: 
                    Three-Dimensional, Global Modeling Results: 
                    C S Atherton, J E Penner, J J Walton
   1230h   MB21E-11 Explaining the Accumulation of 
                    Intercontinental Ozone: Africa vs South 
                    America, Cooking vs Mixing, Burning vs 
                    Lightning NO~Kx~L: *R B Chatfield, J A 
                    Vastano

MB21F  ENGR:CR 0-30  Tues  0900h
M10  Mars and Jupiter
Presiding: T C Owen, Univ of Hawaii

   0900h   MB21F-01 INVITED  Solar Occultation Spectrometry of 
                    the Martian Atmosphere: Five Years of 
                    Auguste/Phobos Experiment Interpretation: *O I 
                    Korablev
   0925h   MB21F-02 New Revelations in Understanding the Mars 
                    Climate: *R T Clancy
   0940h   MB21F-03 INVITED  A Comparison of the Current Jovian 
                    Winds and Cloud Systems With the Voyager 
                    Epoch Winds: *R F Beebe
   1005h   MB21F-04 Evolutionary Changes in Jupiter's Equatorial 
                    Plumes: *P  Sartoretti, M  Belton
   1020h   MB21F-05 Properties of Planetary-Scale Thermal Waves 
                    at Near-Equatorial Latitudes on Jupiter: *D 
                    Deming, D Reuter, D E Jenning, G Bjoraker, G 
                    McCabe, K Fast, G Wiedemann
   1035h   Break
   1100h   MB21F-06 INVITED  Temperature Structure in the 
                    Atmosphere of Jupiter: *G  Orton
   1125h   MB21F-07 INVITED  Composition of Jupiter's 
                    Atmosphere: Prospects for Galileo: *S K 
                    Atreya
   1150h   MB21F-08 HST Spectroscopic Observations of Jupiter in 
                    1992 and 1993: The Latitudinal Variation of 
                    NH~K3~L and C~K2~LH~K2~L Gas, and 
                    UV-Absorbing Aerosols: *L M Trafton, S K 
                    Atreya, S G Edgington, R A West, R F Beebe, 
                    J J Caldwell

MB21G  EC:Arena  Tues  0830h
M13  Atmosphere - Ocean Behaviour on Annual and Interannual Time 
Scales - Posters
Presiding: H von Storch, Max Planck Institute

   0830h   MB21G-01 POSTER  Resonant Reaction of the Middle 
                    Atmosphere to the External Periodic Forcing: 
                    *A A Krivolutsky, B M Kiruyshov, P Vargin
   0830h   MB21G-02 POSTER  North Atlantic Interannual 
                    Variability in a Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere 
                    Model: *T L Delworth
   0830h   MB21G-03 POSTER  A Model Response to Submonthly 
                    Transient-Eddy Forcing Associated With the 
                    Monthly-Mean PNA Anomalies: J Sheng, M Klasa, 
                    *J Derome
   0830h   MB21G-04 POSTER  Stochastic Forcing and ENSO 
                    Predictability: *F F Jin
   0830h   MB21G-05 POSTER  OLR and SST Anomaly Fields 
                    Associated With Extreme Rainfall Events in 
                    East Africa: *F O Otieno, E K Anyamba
   0830h   MB21G-06 POSTER  Decadal-to-Centennial Variability in 
                    an Idealized Ocean-Atmosphere Model: *R  
                    Saravanan, J C McWilliams
   0830h   MB21G-07 POSTER  Insights Into Large Scale 
                    Hydroclimatic Variability Using Nonlinear 
                    Climate Models: *S  Jain, U  Lall
   0830h   MB21G-08 POSTER  A Comparison of Modeled and Observed 
                    Relationships Between Interannual Variations 
                    of Water Vapor and Temperature: *D  Sun, I  
                    Held
   0830h   MB21G-09 POSTER  Blocking Episodes in a 
                    High-Resolution Climate Simulation: *P  
                    Tschuck, A  Ohmura, L  Bengtsson
   0830h   MB21G-10 POSTER  Climate Variability due to 
                    Orographic and Thermal Influences in a 
                    Nonlinear Low-Order Model: *K Dethloff, H 
                    Gernandt, M V Kurgansky, I A Pisnichenko
   0830h   MB21G-11 POSTER  On the Asymptotic Behavior of the 
                    Forced and Dissipative Barotropic Atmosphere: 
                    *Y N Skiba
   0830h   MB21G-12 POSTER  Climate Anomalies Over the Pacific 
                    During the 1980's: L Xie, C Fu
   0830h   MB21G-13 POSTER  Quasi-biennial Climate Oscillations: 
                    Global and Regional Tendencies of Change: *I I 
                    Mokhov, V A Bezverkhny, A V Eliseev, V K 
                    Petukhov
   0830h   MB21G-14 POSTER  Seasonal March of Heat Fluxes During 
                    Monsoon Periods Over the Bay of Bengal: *K G 
                    Reddy, G R L Rao, K V Devi
   0830h   MB21G-15 POSTER  Sensitivity of a Climate Model 
                    Including an AGCM Coupled to a Variable 
                    Oceanic Mixed Layer Model: Seasonal 
                    Variability and Greenhouse Effect: *E 
                    Cohen-Solal
   0830h   MB21G-16 POSTER  Simulated North Pacific SST 
                    Anomalies From a Coupled GCM/Mixed-Layer 
                    Ocean Model With and Without the Effects of 
                    Tropical El Nino Variability: *R G Gallimore
   0830h   MB21G-17 POSTER  Dynamics of Stationary Wave 
                    Anomalies Associated With ENSO in a GCM: *P 
                    Peng
   0830h   MB21G-18 POSTER  Synoptic Scale Circulation in the 
                    MECCA General Circulation Models: A 
                    Comparison With Observations: *S Schubert
   0830h   MB21G-19 POSTER  Development of Convection Along the 
                    South Pacific Convergence Zone as a Forces 
                    Response to Convection Over Indonesia: F N 
                    Mathews
   0830h   MB21G-20 POSTER  Late Cretaceous Paleogeography: A 
                    New Framework for Paleoclimate and Ocean 
                    Circulation Simulations Using the GENESIS 
                    Earth System Model: *R M DeConto, W W Hay, 
                    S L Thompson, C N Wold

MB21H  ENGR:CR2-6  Tues  0830h
M13  Atmosphere-Ocean Behaviour on Annual and Interannual Time 
Scales
Presiding: H von Storch, Max Planck Institute

   0830h   MB21H-01 A Change in the Annual Cycle in the 
                    Troposphere of the Southern Hemisphere: Its 
                    Possible Implication for the Antarctic Ozone 
                    in Spring: *H van Loon, J W Hurrell
   0900h   MB21H-02 Two Different Modes in the Recent 
                    Tropospheric Warming in the Northern 
                    Hemisphere: *T  Yasunari, T  Mito
   0920h   MB21H-03 Interannual and Decadal Variability in the 
                    Atlantic-African-Indian Ocean Sector of the 
                    Low Latitudes: *S E Nicholson
   0940h   MB21H-04 Upper Ocean Thermal Changes in the North 
                    Pacific: 1970-91: C Deser, *M Alexander, M 
                    Timlin
   1000h   Break
   1030h   MB21H-05 Inter-annual Variability in an Ensemble of 
                    Climate Simulations Forced With Observed 
                    SSTs and Sea Ice Extent: *F W Zwiers
   1100h   MB21H-06 Interannual Fluctuations in Atmospheric 
                    Angular Momentum Simulated by the NMC 
                    Climate Model: *K C Mo, J O Dickey, S L 
                    Marcus
   1120h   MB21H-07 The Signature of ENSO in the Midlatitude 
                    High-Frequency Variability: *W May, L 
                    Bengtsson
   1140h   MB21H-08 Intercomparison of Climate Variability 
                    Simulated by Coupled GCMs: *C Covey, B D 
                    Santer, W L Gates

MB21I  ENGR:CR1-12  Tues  0900h
MW5  Intercomparison of Middle Atmosphere Models
Presiding: S Pawson, Univ of Berlin

   0900h   MB21I-01 INVITED  The Use of Data Assimilation to 
                    Analyse Stratospheric Observations: R 
                    Swinbank, D Podd, P Connew, L Coy, A O'Neill
   0930h   MB21I-02 INVITED  Modeling of 
                    Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange: *J F 
                    Lamarque
   1030h   Break
   1100h   Discussion

MB22A  MATH:100  Tues  1330h
MJS3  Middle Atmosphere: The Polar Mesosphere (joint  with GA)
Presiding: G Thomas, Univ of Colorado

   1330h   MB22A-01 INVITED  What Makes Noctilucent Clouds?: *G  
                    Witt
   1400h   MB22A-02 Ground-Based and Satellite Optical 
                    Observations of NLC/PMC Over Scandinavia in 
                    the Summer of 1994: *M G Shepherd, W F Evans, 
                    N  Wilhelm, W  Singer, G G Shepherd, S  Brown, 
                    G  Witt
   1415h   MB22A-03 Coordinated Radar and Lidar Studies of 
                    PMSE-Type Echoes at Mid-latitudes: *L  Thomas, 
                    D  Hooper
   1430h   MB22A-04 The Role of Charged Aerosols in Connection 
                    With Noctilucent Clouds and Polar Mesosphere 
                    Summer Echoes: *T A Blix, E V Thrane, U P 
                    Hoppe, J Troim, O Havnes
   1445h   MB22A-05 Subvisual Charged Aerosols and VHF Polar 
                    Mesosphere Summer Echoes (PMSE): *U P Hoppe, 
                    T A Blix, E V Thrane
   1500h   Break
   1530h   MB22A-06 Gravity Waves and the Formation of Narrow 
                    Aerosol Layers Near the Summer Polar 
                    Mesopause: *G C Reid
   1545h   MB22A-07 CUPRI Radar Observations of Thin Scattering 
                    Layers in the Polar Mesosphere During the 
                    NLC-91 Campaign: *C M Alcala, M C Kelley, W E 
                    Schwartz
   1600h   MB22A-08 Turbulence and Thomson Scattering From the 
                    Polar Summer Mesopause Region: *J 
                    Klostermeyer

MB22B  ENGR:CR2-26  Tues  1330h
MJS5  Effects of Pinatubo
Presiding: P McCormick, NASA/Langley

   1330h   MB22B-01 Studies of the Radiative, Dynamical, and 
                    Chemical Effects of the Mt. Pinatubo Aerosol 
                    Using a Coupled Two-Dimensional Model: *J E 
                    Rosenfield, D Considine, P Meade, M R 
                    Schoeberl, A Douglass, C Jackman, J 
                    Bacmeister
   1350h   MB22B-02 Observational Study of the Dependence of 
                    Ozone Depletion on Particle Surface Area 
                    Based on Long-Term Raman-Lidar and Balloon 
                    Measurements: *A Ansmann, U Wandinger, F 
                    Wagner, I Mattis
   1410h   MB22B-03 Weather Satellite Observations and 
                    Measurements of the 1991 Mount Pinatubo 
                    Eruption: *R E Holasek, S Self
   1430h   MB22B-04 Optical Properties of Pinatubo Aerosol and 
                    Its Influence on Radiation Fluxes: *M 
                    Stettler, W von Hoyningen-Huene, P Posse
   1450h   Break
   1520h   MB22B-05 INVITED  Evidence for Cirrus Cloud 
                    Alterations From Pinatubo Aerosols: Climatic 
                    Implications: *K Sassen
   1550h   MB22B-06 Observations of NO~K2~L in the Polar Upper 
                    Stratosphere and Mesosphere by the Improved 
                    Stratospheric and Mesospheric Sounder: *J J 
                    Remedios, B J Kerridge, W J Reburn, F W 
                    Taylor
   1610h   MB22B-07 Are Pinatubo Aerosols the Missing Link 
                    Between Tropospheric Vorticity and 
                    Earth-Transits of the Heliomagnetic Current 
                    Sheet?: *M W Kirkland

MB22C  Duane Physics:G030  Tues  1400h
M1  Tropospheric Ozone
Presiding: S Penkett, Univ of East Anglia

   1400h   MB22C-01 INVITED  Tropospheric Peroxy Radical 
                    Chemistry: *C Cantrell, R E Shetter
   1430h   MB22C-02 Recent Measurements of Peroxy Radicals in 
                    Clean and Polluted Air With the UEA PERCA: 
                    *L J Carpenter, K C Clemitshaw, P S Monks, 
                    S A Penkett
   1445h   MB22C-03 Recent Observations of Tropospheric 
                    Chemistry Made During the Weybourne 
                    Atmospheric Observatory Winter Experiments 
                    of 1993 (WAOWE'93) and 1994 (WAOWE'94): *K C 
                    Clemitshaw, B Allan, S Bauguitte, R A Burgess, 
                    L J Carpenter, L M Cardenas, H Coe, S A 
                    Penkett, J M C Plane, N Smith, J N Cape, G G 
                    McFadyen, R M Harrison, S Yamulki, B Davison, 
                    C N Hewitt
   1500h   Break
   1530h   MB22C-04 The PRICE (Peroxy Radical Inter Comparison 
                    Exercise): An Introduction: *A Volz-Thomas, M 
                    Heitlinger, D Mihelcic, P Musgen, H W Patz, M 
                    Schulz, S Gilge, C A Cantrell, R E Shetter, 
                    L J Carpenter, K C Clemitshaw, T Behmann, J P 
                    Burrows, M Weissenmayer, D Perner, T Klupfel, 
                    P Borrell, P M Borrell, J Slemr
   1545h   MB22C-05 Comparison of Peroxy Radical Measurement 
                    Techniques During PRICE: *C Cantrell, R E 
                    Shetter, A Volz-Thomas, S Gilge, M Heitlinger, 
                    D Mihelcic, P Musgen, H W Patz, M Schutz, L J 
                    Carpenter, K C Clemitshaw, T Behmann, J P 
                    Burrows, M Weissenmayer, T Arnold, D Perner, 
                    T Klupfel, P Borrell, P M Borrell, J Slemr
   1600h   MB22C-06 Peroxy Radical Inter-Comparison Exercise 
                    (PRICE): First Results and Some Conclusions: 
                    *P Borrell, P M Borrell, J Slemr, A 
                    Volz-Thomas, S Gilge, M Heitlinger, D 
                    Mihelcic, P Musgen, H W Patz, M Schultz, C A 
                    Cantrell, L J Carpenter, K C Clemitshaw, T 
                    Behmann, J P Burrows, M Weissenmayer, T 
                    Arnold, D Perner, T Klupfel
   1615h   MB22C-07 Modelling Observed Peroxide Concentrations 
                    to Study Tropospheric Free Radical Chemistry: 
                    *C E Reeves, S A Penkett, B J Bandy
   1630h   MB22C-08 DOAS Measurement of Tropospheric OH Radicals: 
                    *T  Brauers, M  Hausmann, U  Brandenburger, 
                    H P Dorn
   1645h   MB22C-09 Highly Time Resolved Measurements of OH 
                    Radicals in the Troposphere: *F  Holland, U  
                    Aschmutat, M  Hessling, A  Hofzumahaus
   1700h   MB22C-10 The Hydrogen Peroxide to Ozone Ratio as a 
                    Measure of NO~Kx~L Limitation During 
                    Photooxidant Formation: *D Kley, S Gilge, A 
                    Volz-Thomas, H Geiss
   1715h   MB22C-11 A Comparison of Differential Optical 
                    Absorption Spectrometers for Measurements of 
                    NO~K2~L, O~K3~L, SO~K2~L, HONO, and HCHO: *H  
                    Coe, R L Jones, R Colin, M Carleer, R M 
                    Harrison, J Peake, J M C Plane, N Smith, B 
                    Allan, K Clemitshaw, R A Burgess, U Platt, J 
                    Stutz, J P Pommereau, F Goutail, M 
                    Nunes-Pinharanda, P Simon, A C Vandaele

MB22D  Duane Physics:G020  Tues  1330h
M4  Cloud Optics and Radiative Properties
Presiding: G Stephens, Colorado State Univ

   1330h   MB22D-01 On Parameterization of Processes of Ice 
                    Particles Origination in Numerical Models of 
                    Clouds: *I P Mazin, M V Gurovich
   1345h   MB22D-02 Radiative Properties of Ice Crystal Clouds: 
                    *C P R Saunders, J Rimmer
   1400h   MB22D-03 Surface Based Remote Sensing of Ice Cloud 
                    Properties: M B Gothe, *S Bakan, H Grassl
   1415h   MB22D-04 Radiative Properties of Equatorial Cirrus: 
                    *C M R Platt, S A Young, A J Prata
   1430h   MB22D-05 Physical and Optical/Radiative 
                    Characteristics of Small Particles in 
                    Tropical Cirrus: *R F Pueschel, G V Ferry, 
                    A W Strawa, D A Allen, S D Howard, T C Foster, 
                    J Hallett, W P Arnott
   1445h   MB22D-06 The Role of Cloud Diurnal Variations in 
                    Regional Time Mean Energy Budgets: *J W 
                    Bergman, M L Salby
   1500h   Break
   1530h   MB22D-07 Radiative Properties of Clouds and Hazes 
                    Possessing Internally Mixed Carbonaceous 
                    Particles: *K A Fuller
   1545h   MB22D-08 The Radiative Properties of Inhomogeneous 
                    Liquid Water Clouds: Observations and 
                    Modelling: *J P Taylor, P  Hignett
   1600h   MB22D-09 Modeling the Cloud and Precipation Process 
                    in Mesoscale Numerical Model: *H Xu, Y 
                    Fangqun
   1615h   MB22D-10 To the Relation of Solar Fluxes at the 
                    Surface and the TOA in Cloudy Atmosphere: *V  
                    Dvortsov, R D Cess
   1630h   MB22D-11 Shortwave Cloud Radiative Forcing in 
                    Two-Dimensional Clouds: Implications Upon 
                    Spatial Averaging: *P W Stackhouse, G L 
                    Stephens, P M Gabriel
   1645h   MB22D-12 The Spherical Harmonic Discrete Ordinate 
                    Method: Application to 3D Broadband Solar 
                    Radiative Transfer in Boundary Layer Clouds: 
                    *K F Evans
   1700h   MB22D-13 Flux Radiative Transfer Through a Cloudy 
                    Layer: *J H Joseph, U Zackhem
   1715h   MB22D-14 Domain Averaged Solar Fluxes in 
                    Inhomogeneous Clouds: The Parametrization 
                    Problem: *P M Gabriel, G L Stephens

MB22E  ENGR:CR 0-30  Tues  1330h
M10  Mars and Jupiter
Presiding: S Atreya, Univ of Michigan

   1330h   MB22E-01 INVITED  Tropospheric and Stratospheric 
                    Aerosol Distribution on Jupiter Prior to the 
                    Galileo Tour: *R  West
   1355h   MB22E-02 INVITED  The Jovian Atmosphere: 
                    Compositional Clues to Solar Nebula 
                    Abundances and Models of Giant Planet 
                    Formation: *T Owen
   1420h   MB22E-03 INVITED  Jupiter's Deep Atmosphere: *I 
                    de Pater
   1445h   MB22E-04 The Location of Charge Centers and Lightning 
                    Activity in Jupiter's H~K2~LO Clouds: 
                    Predictions From a Numerical Cloud Model: *Y 
                    Yair, Z Levin, S Tzivion
   1510h   Break
   1530h   MB22E-05 INVITED  Waves From the Impact of 
                    Shoemaker-Levy 9 With Jupiter: Evidence for 
                    Enrichment of Water: *A P Ingersoll, H 
                    Kanamori
   1555h   MB22E-06 Jupiter's South Pole: Temperature Structure 
                    and Hydrocarbon Abundances: *G L Bjoraker, 
                    D E Jennings, G H McCabe, T A Livengood, T 
                    Kostiuk
   1610h   MB22E-07 Structure of the Upper Atmosphere of Jupiter 
                    One Year Before the Galileo Encounter: *P V 
                    Sada, D Jennings, G Bjoraker, D Deming, G 
                    McCabe
   1625h   MB22E-08 Convection, Condensation, and the Abundance 
                    of Water in Jupiter: *T  Guillot
   1640h   MB22E-09 INVITED  Galileo Infrared Observations of 
                    the Shoemaker-Levy 9 G and R Events: *R W 
                    Carlson, P R Weissman, J Hui, M Segura, W D 
                    Smythe, K H Baines, T V Johnson, P Drossart, 
                    T Encrenaz, F Leader, R Mehlman

MB22F  ENGR:CR2-6  Tues  1330h
M13  Atmosphere-Ocean Behaviour on Annual and Interannual Time 
Scales
Presiding: H von Storch, Max Planck Inst

   1330h   MB22F-01 Seasonal Characteristics of North Atlantic 
                    Interannual SST Variability: *Y Kushnir
   1350h   MB22F-02 Relation Between North Pacific SST Anomalies 
                    and Summertime Precipitation Over the U.S. 
                    Great Plains: *M Ting, H Wang
   1410h   MB22F-03 Organization of Low-Frequency Variability by 
                    Climatological Stationary Waves: *P 
                    Sardeshmukh, M Borges, M Newman, C Penland
   1430h   MB22F-04 Analysis of Summer Precipitation in China 
                    and Relationships With the Global SST: *Z C 
                    Zhao
   1450h   MB22F-05 Simulation of Recent Global Temperature 
                    Trends: *N E Graham
   1510h   Break
   1530h   MB22F-06 An Alternative Paradigm of ENSO: *P 
                    Sardeshmukh, C Penland
   1550h   MB22F-07 Interannual Variability of Monsoon and 
                    Southern Oscillation: R N Keshavamurthy, S K 
                    Dash
   1610h   MB22F-08 Interannual and Subseasonal Variations of 
                    the Summer Monsoon During the ENSO Cycle: *C K 
                    Park, S D Schubert
   1630h   MB22F-09 Tropical SSTs and the Interannual 
                    Variability of the Asian Summer Monsoon: *J 
                    Slingo, M K Soman

MB22G  ENGR:CR1-12  Tues  1330h
MW3  The Solar Cycle Variation of the Stratosphere
Presiding: L Hood, Univ of Arizona

   1330h   MB22G-01 A Modelling Study of Solar Variability and 
                    Atmospheric Change: *J D Haigh
   1345h   MB22G-02 INVITED  Evidence of Solar Cycle Variability 
                    in the Atmosphere: Its Significance and 
                    Relationship to Terrestrial Variability: *M L 
                    Salby
   1415h   MB22G-03 INVITED  The Solar Variation of Lower 
                    Stratospheric Ozone and Temperature: *L L 
                    Hood
   1445h   MB22G-04 INVITED  The Association Between the 11-Year 
                    Sunspot Cycle and the Lower 
                    Stratosphere-Upper Troposphere: *K Labitzke, 
                    H van Loon
   1515h   Break
   1545h   MB22G-05 INVITED  Solar Variability, the QBO, and the 
                    Potential Influence on the Stratosphere and 
                    Troposphere: *D Rind, N K Balachandran
   1615h   MB22G-06 INVITED  Energetic Particle Precipitation 
                    Effects on Stratospheric Odd Nitrogen and 
                    Ozone on the Solar Cycle Time Scale: *C H 
                    Jackman, F M Vitt, D B Considine, E L Fleming

MB31A  EC:Arena  Wed  0830h
MJS6  Atmospheric CO~~k - Breathing of Earth - Posters
Presiding: I Levin, UNI-HD/IUP

   0830h   MB31A-01 POSTER  Behaviour of the Atmospheric CO~K2~L 
                    and Methane Concentration in 2 Italian 
                    Stations Representing Different Types of 
                    Biosphere: Mt Cimone and Lampedusa: *L 
                    Ciattaglia, A Guerrini, T Colombo, R 
                    Santaguida, P Chamard
   0830h   MB31A-02 POSTER  The Use of Convex Constraints for 
                    Synthesising Carbon Cycle Data: I G Enting, 
                    *P J Rayner
   0830h   MB31A-03 POSTER  Atmospheric CO2 Concentration 
                    Variations Recorded at Mace Head, Ireland, 
                    From 1992 to 1994: *A Gaudry, P G Simmonds, 
                    S G Jennings, T C O'Connor, P Ciais, P 
                    Bousquet, P Monfray
   0830h   MB31A-04 POSTER  Measurements of Atmospheric CO~K2~L 
                    at the Meteorological Research Institute, 
                    Tsukuba, Japan: *H Y Inoue, H Matsueda
   0830h   MB31A-05 POSTER  Spatial Patterns of Radiocarbon: 
                    Carbon Cycle Circulation Tracer: *J L 
                    Jirikowic, J  Moore-McCollough, F G McCormac, 
                    R M Kalin
   0830h   MB31A-06 POSTER  Russian Forests - The Deep Breather 
                    of the Terrestrial Biosphere: T P Kolchugina, 
                    *T S Vinson
   0830h   MB31A-07 POSTER  Selecting Tracer Model Data for 
                    Comparison With Carbon Dioxide Observations: 
                    R M Law, *P J Rayner
   0830h   MB31A-08 POSTER  CO~K2~L "Breathing of the Earth": 
                    Observed Facts, Myths, and Legends: *F 
                    Le Guern, R X Faivre-Pierret
   0830h   MB31A-09 POSTER  Seasonal Variations of CO~K2~L and 
                    CH~K4~L in the Upper Troposphere: *H Matsueda, 
                    H Y Inoue, M Ishii, Y Sugiyama
   0830h   MB31A-10 POSTER  The Atmospheric CO~K2~L Gradient 
                    Between Amsterdam Island and Cape Grim, as 
                    an Imprint of Regional Ocean Fluxes: *M 
                    Ramonet, P Monfray, D Beardsmore
   0830h   MB31A-11 POSTER  Agricultural Land Use - As Sink and 
                    Source of CO2: M H Zemankovics, Z Dunkel
   0830h   MB31A-12 POSTER  Event Trapping Air Monitoring 
                    Station in Holland: A Zondervan, *H A J 
                    Meijer
   0830h   MB31A-13 POSTER  Ecosystem Dynamics and Carbon 
                    Storage for the Continental United States: 
                    *D S Ojima, D S Schimel, R McKeown, T G F 
                    Kittel, W J Parton
   0830h   MB31A-14 POSTER  Stimulation of Terrestrial Carbon 
                    Uptake by Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition: 
                    *E A Holland, B H Braswell, A R Townsend, J F 
                    Lamarque, J F Muller, G Brasseur, F Dentener, 
                    H Levy, J E Penner
   0830h   MB31A-15 POSTER  Decadal Patterns in Atmospheric 
                    Carbon Dioxide as Indicators of Changing 
                    Growth and Decay of Terrestrial Vegetation: 
                    C D Keeling, T Whorf

MB31B  ENGR:CR030  Wed  0830h
M4  Cloud/Aerosol/Climate - Posters
Presiding: G L Stephens, Colorado State Univ

   0830h   MB31B-01 POSTER  A New Longwave Radiation Scheme and 
                    Its Impact on Radiative Fluxes and Heating 
                    Rates in Two- and Three-D Climate Models: W 
                    Zhong, *J D Haigh
   0830h   MB31B-02 POSTER  On the Instrumental Determination of 
                    Cloud Amount: *P P Anikin, E V Romashova, S K 
                    Cox, J M Davis
   0830h   MB31B-03 POSTER  Determination of Optical and 
                    Microphysical of Semi-transparent Clouds 
                    From Spectral Measurements of Solar 
                    Radiation Transmission: P P Anikin, *M A 
                    Sviridenkov, S K Cox, J M Davis
   0830h   MB31B-04 POSTER  The Estimation of the Effective 
                    Radii of the Particles and Liquid Water Path 
                    of Semi-transparent Clouds: *P P Anikin, M A 
                    Sviridenkov, S K Cox, J M Davis
   0830h   MB31B-05 POSTER  The Time Evolution of Optical 
                    Properties of Clouds Calculated Using the 
                    Predicted Water Content Values in the 
                    Hydrodynamical Model of the Atmosphere: *L R 
                    Dmitrieva-Arrago
   0830h   MB31B-06 POSTER  The Parameterization of Longwave 
                    Finite Cloud Effects in Numerical Weather 
                    and Climate Prediction Models: *A K Heidinger, 
                    S K Cox
   0830h   MB31B-07 POSTER  Single Scattering Albedo and 
                    Absorption Efficiency of Visible and 
                    Infrared Radiation for Elementary Volume of 
                    Crystalline Cloud: *A G Petrushin
   0830h   MB31B-08 POSTER  Determination of Optical and 
                    Microphysical Parameters of Semi-Transparent 
                    Clouds From Spectral Measurements of Solar 
                    Radiation Transmission: M A Sviridenkov, *P P 
                    Anikin, S K Cox, J M Davis
   0830h   MB31B-09 POSTER  On Temporal Variabiity of Zonal 
                    Average Cloud Amount and Cloud Radiative 
                    Forcing: *O Karner
   0830h   MB31B-10 POSTER  Effect of Surface Thermal Parameters 
                    on Atmosphere Longwave Radiative Fluxes in 
                    Radiative Transfer Model: *W Keli
   0830h   MB31B-11 POSTER  Extreme Heating and Cooling in 
                    Northern Bangladesh: *M A Miah, M A Samad
   0830h   MB31B-12 POSTER  Potential Effect of Over Grazing on 
                    Climate Change: *M A El-Shahawy
   0830h   MB31B-13 POSTER  Radiation Budget in the Alps: 
                    Altitude Dependency of Atmospheric Long-Wave 
                    Radiation and the Greenhouse Effect: *R 
                    Philipona, C Frohlich, C Marti
   0830h   MB31B-14 POSTER  Radiation Balance Investigations 
                    Using METEOSAT Data: *A Rimoczi-Paal, R 
                    Randriamampianina
   0830h   MB31B-15 POSTER  Water Vapour and Climate: The Role 
                    of the Far Infra-Red: *A Sinha, J E Harries
   0830h   MB31B-16 POSTER  Observation and Study for 
                    Characteristics of Surface Radiation Budget 
                    and Their Influence Factors in Arid Region: *J 
                    Guoliang
   0830h   MB31B-17 POSTER  On the Relationship Between 
                    Clear-Sky Planetary and Surface Albedos: 
                    Comparison and Tests of Retrieval Models: Q 
                    Zhong, A Wu
   0830h   MB31B-18 POSTER  The Application of IRIS-D Spectral 
                    Radiance to Investigations of Climate 
                    Variability I: Clear-Sky Results: *M J Iacono, 
                    S A Clough
   0830h   MB31B-19 POSTER  RRTM: A New Rapid Model for 
                    Radiative Transfer: *E J Mlawer, P D Brown, 
                    M J Iacono, S A Clough, S J Taubman
   0830h   MB31B-20 POSTER  An Efficient Parameterization of CCN 
                    Activation and Growth in Numerical Models: *R  
                    Walko, W  Cotton, B  Stevens, G  Feingold
   0830h   MB31B-21 POSTER  Analytic Bidirectional Reflectance 
                    Functions: *N Manalo-Smith, G L Smith, W F 
                    Staylor
   0830h   MB31B-22 POSTER  The Impact of Clouds on Absorption 
                    of Solar Radiation by the Atmosphere: *Z Li, 
                    H W Barker, L Moreau
   0830h   MB31B-23 POSTER  Radiative Properties of Clouds With 
                    Small Share of Absorption in Visible 
                    Spectral Range: *S V Petelina, V E Pavlov

MB31C  ENGR:CR030  Wed  1000h
M4  Cloud/Aerosol/Climate
Presiding: G L Stephens, Colorado State Univ

   1000h   MB31C-01 Scattering of Longwave Radiation by Cirrus 
                    Clouds: *A Slingo, J M Edwards
   1015h   MB31C-02 Cloud Internal Inhomogeneity and Its Impact 
                    on Solar Radiative Transfer: *J Li, V 
                    Ramaswamy
   1030h   MB31C-03 Parameterization of Vapor-Liquid Overlap in 
                    the Solar Near-Infrared: *R C Espinoza,  
                    Harshvardhan
   1045h   MB31C-04 INVITED  Some Modelling Aspects of the 
                    Direct and Indirect Aerosol Effects: *O  
                    Boucher, T L Anderson
   1105h   MB31C-05 Cloud Feedback Effects in Reponse to a 
                    Greenhouse or Aerosol Forcing: *H Le Treut, 
                    O  Boucher, Z X Li, M  Forichon
   1130h   MB31C-06 Assessing the Climate Response to the 
                    Indirect Climate Forcing With a General 
                    Circulation Model: *D J Erickson, R J Oglesby, 
                    S Marshall
   1145h   MB31C-07 Global Simulation of Cloud-Aerosol 
                    Interactions: *S J Ghan, R C Easter, L R 
                    Leung, R D Saylor, C M Berkowitz, L K Peters
   1200h   MB31C-08 On the Impact of Contrails on the Climate: *M 
                    Ponater, R Sausen

MB31D  EC:Arena  Wed  0830h
M12  Stratospheric Processes and Their Role in Climate, SPARC - 
Posters
Presiding: M L Chanin, Service d'Aeronomie du CNRS

   0830h   MB31D-01 POSTER  Modelling Variations in the Global 
                    Stratospheric Circulation on a 
                    Quasi-biennial Time Scale: *C Marquardt
   0830h   MB31D-02 POSTER  Towards a Three-Dimensional Gravity 
                    Wave Drag Climatology From UARS Data: *J A 
                    Knox
   0830h   MB31D-03 POSTER  Sensitivity of the Berlin TSM-GCM 
                    Climatology to Changes in Antarctic Ozone: *U 
                    Langematz
   0830h   MB31D-04 POSTER  The Annual Cycle of Stratospheric 
                    Water Vapor in the NCAR CCM2: *P W Mote
   0830h   MB31D-05 POSTER  Tropospheric-Stratospheric 
                    Circulation Change on the Southern Hemisphere: 
                    *H van Loon, J W Hurrel
   0830h   MB31D-06 POSTER  Simulation of Stratospheric 
                    Photochemistry in the NOAA SKYHI GCM: *L M 
                    Perliski
   0830h   MB31D-07 POSTER  Stratospheric Circulation 
                    Climatology With the MRI GCM-II With and 
                    Without the Active Ocean: *A Kitoh, H Koide, 
                    A Noda
   0830h   MB31D-08 POSTER  Maintenance of the Aleutian High: 
                    Vertical Regimes of Dynamical Influence: *V L 
                    Harvey, M H Hitchman
   0830h   MB31D-09 POSTER  Temperature Trends in the Lower 
                    Stratosphere, 1965-1994: *K Labitzke, H 
                    van Loon
   0830h   MB31D-10 POSTER  Comparison of Long-Term Variability 
                    at Mid-latitude, Between Lidar Data Analyses 
                    and Numerical Simulations: *P Keckhut, M L 
                    Chanin, A Hauchecorne
   0830h   MB31D-11 POSTER  Temperature Trends in the Lower 
                    Stratosphere Over the Russian Arctic: *Y P 
                    Koshelkov, G R Zakharov, A I Voskresensky
   0830h   MB31D-12 POSTER  Stratospheric Temperature Trends 
                    Derived From Small Rocketsonde Measurements: 
                    *F J Schmidlin
   0830h   MB31D-13 POSTER  Analysis of HIRS/MSU Data to Study 
                    Natural Variability and Trends in 
                    Stratospheric Temperatures: C Claud, N A 
                    Scott, A Chedin
   0830h   MB31D-14 POSTER  Carbon Monoxide and Total Ozone in 
                    Arctic, Antarctic Regions and Central 
                    Russia: Seasonal Variations, Long-Term 
                    Trends, and Relationships: *E J Grechko, A V 
                    Dzhola, L N Yurganov
   0830h   MB31D-15 POSTER  Effect of Long-Term Variations of 
                    the Location of the Planetary Frontal Zones 
                    on the Ozone Amount at Mid-latitudes in the 
                    Northern Hemisphere: *N F Elansky
   0830h   MB31D-16 POSTER  Rapid Transport of Undiluted Air 
                    From the Boundary Layer to the Tropopause 
                    Region by a Strong Thunderstorm: *T Hauf, P 
                    Schulte, R Alheit, H Schlager
   0830h   MB31D-17 POSTER  Analyses of Temperatures and Winds 
                    for the Studies of Tropopause Clouds and 
                    Stratospheric Aerosols: *J B Nee, H Chen, P C 
                    Lee, C N Lien, W N Chen
   0830h   MB31D-18 POSTER  Global Distributions of Water Vapor 
                    Above 500 mb: SAGE II Observations Versus 
                    Results Derived From TOVS and GOES: *E W 
                    Chiou, M P McCormick, W P Chu
   0830h   MB31D-19 POSTER  The Observation and the 
                    Characteristics of a Stratospheric Drying 
                    Process During the AMETHYSTE Experiment: *J 
                    Ovarlez, H Ovarlez, H Teitelbaum
   0830h   MB31D-20 POSTER  Multi-wavelengths Lidar Studies of 
                    Polar Stratospheric Clouds During the SESAME 
                    Campaign: *U von Zahn, K H Fricke, A 
                    Hauchecorne
   0830h   MB31D-21 POSTER  Ground-Based UV-B Spectral 
                    Observation at Mid-latitude China and Its 
                    Modeling: D R Lu, W Li, M Yu
   0830h   MB31D-22 POSTER  Estimates of the Stratospheric Water 
                    Vapor Budget From UARS Data: *P P Bhatt, E E 
                    Remsberg
   0830h   MB31D-23 POSTER  Sensitivity of ST-Exchange to Model 
                    Resolution and Physics: *P F J van Velthoven, 
                    H  Kelder
   0830h   MB31D-24 POSTER  Multi-Wavelengths Lidar Studies of 
                    Polar Stratospheric Clouds During the SESAME 
                    Campaign: *U von Zahn, K H Fricke, A 
                    Hauchecorne

MB31E  MATH:100  Wed  1000h
M12  Stratospheric Processes and Their Role in Climate, SPARC
Presiding: M L Chanin, Service d'Aeronomie du CNRS

   1000h   INTRODUCTION: M Geller,State Univ of New York
   1020h   MB31E-01 INVITED  The GRIPS Project: Aims and Status: 
                    *S Pawson, K Kodera
   1050h   MB31E-02 Dynamical Impacts of the Antarctic Ozone 
                    Hole: A General Circulation Model Experiment: 
                    *T  Kayahara, T  Hirooka, S  Miyahara
   1110h   MB31E-03 INVITED  Stratospheric Temperature Trends 
                    Assesment: A SPARC Project: *V Ramaswamy
   1140h   MB31E-04 Impact of the Montreal Protocol and Its 
                    Amendments on the Rate of Change of Global 
                    Radiative Forcing: S  Solomon, *J S Daniel

MB31F  ENGR:CR2-6  Wed  1000h
M13  Atmosphere-Ocean Behaviour on Annual and Interannual Time 
Scales
Presiding: H von Storch, Max Plank Inst

   1000h   MB31F-01 On the Annual Cycle of Tropospheric Winds 
                    Observed Above Christmas Island in the 
                    Central Equatorial Pacific: *K S Gage, J R 
                    McAfee, C R Williams
   1020h   MB31F-02 Time Spectral Analysis for the Natural 
                    Variability of the Barotropic Model 
                    Atmosphere With Annual Cycle Forcing: *H L 
                    Tanaka, K  Kimura
   1040h   MB31F-03 Variability in a Mixed Layer Model of the 
                    Upper Ocean Driven by a Stochastic Atmosphere: 
                    M Alexander, *C Penland
   1100h   MB31F-04 INVITED  Dynamical Down-Scaling of Climate 
                    Simulations: *B Machenhauer
   1120h   MB31F-05 The Influence of Coupling in the North 
                    Atlantic on Climate Variability: *U S Bhatt, 
                    D S Battisti, M A Alexander
   1140h   MB31F-06 Sensitivity of a GCM's Hydrologic Cycle to 
                    Increased CO~K2~L: *J Roads, S Marshall, R 
                    Oglesby, S Chen
   1200h   MB31F-07 Very Low Frequency Variability of the 
                    Mid-latitude Storm Tracks in a Simple Global 
                    Circulation Model: *I N James
   1220h   MB31F-08 Annual and Interannual Variations of 
                    Tropical-Average CAPE Derived From 
                    Radiosonde Data: *D B Kirk-Davidoff

MB31G  EC:Arena  Wed  0830h
MW2  New Technology and Mesoscale Forecasting - Posters
Presiding: K Browning, Univ of Reading

   0830h   MB31G-01 POSTER  Using Real-Time Data of Automatic 
                    Weather Stations to Nowcast the Onset of 
                    Foehn Winds and to Forecast the Dissipation 
                    of Low Stratus: G Truog, *P Rauh
   0830h   MB31G-02 POSTER  A New Scheme to Estimate the 
                    Intensity of the Tropical Cyclone in the 
                    Western Pacific Based on S-VISSR Data - 
                    Methodology, Test, and Application: *H Fan
   0830h   MB31G-03 POSTER  Impact of Radar Data Assimilation on 
                    Precipitation Forecasts: *U Z Kiselnikova
   0830h   MB31G-04 POSTER  Coupled Atmosphere-Fire Modeling: *M A 
                    Jenkins, T L Clark
   0830h   MB31G-05 POSTER  Supercooled LWC in Clouds Measured 
                    During the Beaufort and Arctic Storms 
                    Experiment (BASE): *A Koldaev, A Chernikov, 
                    J W Strapp, A Korolev
   0830h   MB31G-06 POSTER  Estimation of Mean Areal Rainfall by 
                    the Threshold Method Using Radar AMeDAS 
                    Composites: *R  Oki, A  Sumi
   0830h   MB31G-07 POSTER  Investigation Into the Optical 
                    Properties of Clouds and Aerosols Using 
                    Ground Based Radiometry: *S McCabe, A A D 
                    Canas, J D Haigh

MB31H  ENGR:CR2-26  Wed  0950h
MW2  New Technology and Mesoscale Forecasting
Presiding: K Browning, Univ of Reading

   0950h   INTRODUCTION: K Browning,Univ of Reading
   1000h   MB31H-01 ST Radars for Wind Profiling and for Use in 
                    Observing Systems: *J Van Baelen
   1015h   MB31H-02 Observations of a Coastally Trapped 
                    Disturbance: *F M Ralph, P J Neiman, P O G 
                    Persson, J Miletta, W D Neff
   1030h   MB31H-03 Analysis of Radar Data in Lagrangian 
                    Coordinate System and Its Application: A 
                    Starostin, S Abdoulaev
   1045h   MB31H-04 Evolution of Squall Lines and Its 
                    Classification: S Abdoulaev, A Starostin
   1100h   MB31H-05 Mesoscale Resolution of Basin-Scale Marine 
                    Meteorological Features With 
                    Over-the-Horizon Radars: *J A Harlan, T M 
                    Georges
   1115h   MB31H-06 Sampling Strategy Using Acoustic Techniques 
                    to Measure Precipitation Over the Ocean: *J A 
                    Nystuen, P G Black
   1130h   MB31H-07 A Technique for Measuring Thunderstorm 
                    Intensity Using Thermal Compression Waves: 
                    *M E Nicholls, R A Pielke, A J Bedard
   1145h   MB31H-08 Microwave Remote Sensing of Atmospheric 
                    Boundary Layer Temperature Profile: Theory, 
                    Equipment, Results of Field Testing, 
                    Application for Mesoscale Forecasting: *E N 
                    Kadygrov
   1200h   MB31H-09 Microwave Methods for Atmospheric 
                    Temperature and Water Vapor Profiling: *F S 
                    Solheim

MB32A  ENGR:CR2-6  Wed  1330h
MJS6  Atmospheric CO~~k - Breathing of Earth
Presiding: I Levin, UNI-HD/IUP

   1330h   MB32A-01 INVITED  A ~L13~KC View of 
                    Atmosphere-Biosphere Exchange of CO~K2~L: *I  
                    Fung, J  Berry, C  Field, P  Sellers, J  
                    Collatz, C  Potter
   1400h   MB32A-02 Isotopic Evidence for Large Spatial and 
                    Temporal Variability in the Terrestrial 
                    Biospheric Sink of Carbon in the Northern 
                    Hemisphere: *J W C White, M Trolier, P Tans, 
                    P Ciais, R Francey
   1420h   MB32A-03 Global 3-D Modeling of Atmospheric 
                    ~L12~KCO~K2~L and ~L13~KCO~K2~L: *D J 
                    Erickson, P J Rasch, P P Tans, P 
                    Friedlingstein, P Ciais, G P Brasseur, E 
                    Maier-Reimer, K Kurz, D Schimel, C A Fischer, 
                    S Walters
   1440h   MB32A-04 Optimizing the CO~K2~L Observing Network for 
                    Constraining Sources and Sinks: *P J Rayner, 
                    I G Enting, C M Trudinger
   1500h   Break
   1530h   MB32A-05 Influence of Two Different Models of 
                    Atmospheric Transport on the Inferred 
                    Sources and Sinks of Anthropogenic CO~K2~L: P 
                    Bousquet, P Ciais, *P Monfray, M Ramonet, Y 
                    Balkanski
   1550h   MB32A-06 Effects of Correlations Between Ecosystem 
                    Metabolism and Atmospheric Transport of 
                    CO~K2~L on Simulated Annual Mean 
                    Concentrations in a GCM: *A S Denning, D A 
                    Randall
   1610h   MB32A-07 O~K18~L in Atmospheric C0~K2~L: A New 
                    Constraint on Terrestrial Carbon Fluxes: *P 
                    Ciais, P P Tans, S Dennings, J W C White, M 
                    Trolier, J A Berry, D R Randall, P Monfray
   1630h   MB32A-08 A Study of the Atmospheric O~K2~L 
                    Measurements at Southern Mid-latitudes: 
                    Implications for New Production: *Y Balkanski, 
                    M Bender, P Monfray, R Murnane

MB32B  ENGR:CR030  Wed  1330h
M4  Cloud/Aerosol/Climate
Presiding: G L Stephens, Colorado State Univ

   1330h   MB32B-01 Aircraft Observations of Ship Tracks - The 
                    Effects of Aerosols on Clouds: *J P Taylor, 
                    D W Johnson
   1345h   MB32B-02 Influences of Anthropogenic CCN on Marine 
                    Stratus Clouds: *J G Hudson, H Li
   1400h   MB32B-03 Aerosol in Tropical Cirrus: *J Hallett, J G 
                    Hudson, R Pueschel
   1415h   MB32B-04 Aerosol Radiative Effects: Expected 
                    Variations in Optical Depth Spectra and 
                    Climate Forcing, With Implications for 
                    Closure Experiment Strategies: *P B Russell, 
                    L L Stowe, P V Hobbs
   1435h   Break
   1500h   MB32B-05 Global Simulation of Sulfate Aerosol Using a 
                    Coupled Chemistry/Climate Model: *C R 
                    Molenkamp, J E Penner, C C Chuang, J J Walton, 
                    C S Atherton, C J O'Connor, I Schult, C 
                    Liousse
   1515h   MB32B-06 The Paleoclimate Simulation of Dust With 2-D 
                    Climate Model: *T Halenka, A Berger, M F 
                    Loutre
   1530h   MB32B-07 On the Contrasts in Radiative Forcing by 
                    Aerosols Between the Arctic and Mid-latitudes: 
                    *T Iversen, L Tarrason
   1545h   MB32B-08 Radiative Effects of Pinatubo Aerosols Under 
                    Various Atmospheric Conditions: *B Wu, D Lu, 
                    Q Fu
   1600h   MB32B-09 The Influence of Aerosol Optical Depth on 
                    the Accuracy of Two Radiative Transfer Models: 
                    *U  Sutter
   1615h   MB32B-10 A New Assessment of Atmospheric Shortwave 
                    Spectral Transmittance as Applied to the 
                    Determination of the Wavelength Dependence 
                    of Aerosol Optical Depth: *N R Larson
   1630h   MB32B-11 An Aerosol Model From Sun/Sky Radiometer 
                    Observations: *L A Remer, Y J Kaufmann, B 
                    Holben
   1645h   MB32B-12 Aerosol-Cloud Interactions: Implications 
                    Derrived From Investigations of Ship Effects 
                    in Marine Clouds: P A Durkee

MB32C  MATH:100  Wed  1330h
M12  Stratospheric Processes and Their Role in Climate, SPARC
Presiding: M Geller, State Univ of New York

   1330h   MB32C-01 INVITED  Gravity Wave Processes and 
                    Parameterization: *K Hamilton
   1400h   MB32C-02 Stratospheric Gravity Wave Climatologies 
                    Derived From Rocket Experiments: Further 
                    Observations and Some Proposed Explanations: 
                    *S D Eckermann, I Hirota, W K Hocking
   1420h   MB32C-03 INVITED  Development of a Water Vapor 
                    Climatology for the Lower Stratosphere-Upper 
                    Troposphere: *J C Gille
   1450h   MB32C-04 Long-Term Changes in Upper Tropospheric and 
                    Lower Stratospheric Water Vapor Over 
                    Boulder, Colorado, From Balloon Observations: 
                    *S J Oltmans, D J Hofmann, H Voemel, K K 
                    Kelly
   1510h   Break
   1540h   MB32C-05 INVITED  Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange: 
                    *T G Shepherd
   1610h   MB32C-06 Long-Term Trends of Extratropical Tropopause 
                    Activity and Possible Consequences for the 
                    Ozone Layer: *A Ebel, H Elbern, J Hendricks, 
                    R Meyer
   1630h   MB32C-07 Mass-Transport From the Stratosphere to the 
                    Troposphere in Mid-latitude: *C Appenzeller, 
                    J R Holton

MB32D  ENGR:CR2-26  Wed  1315h
MW2  New Technology and Mesoscale Forecasting
Presiding: K Browning, Univ of Reading

   1315h   MB32D-01 Using the Swedish GPS Network to Monitor the 
                    Atmospheric Water Vapor Content: *G Elgered, 
                    J M Johansson, B Lindgren
   1330h   MB32D-02 Long Term Results From a Network of Global 
                    Positioning Receivers for Water Vapor 
                    Meteorology: *C Rocken, T VanHove, R Chadwick, 
                    S Gutman, D Wolfe, E Westwater
   1345h   MB32D-03 Initial Sensitivity Tests for Integration of 
                    GPS-Based Precipitable Water Measurements 
                    Into a Mesoscale Data Assimilation System: 
                    *S G Benjamin, T L Smith, D Devenyi
   1400h   MB32D-04 Improved Severe Weather Forecasts Using GPS: 
                    *S R Chiswell, S  Businger
   1415h   MB32D-05 Advanced Meteorological Applications Using 
                    GOES-8 Imagery: *J F W Purdom
   1430h   MB32D-06 Observations of Thunderstorms and Hurricanes 
                    Using One-Minute Interval GOES-8 Imagery: 
                    *J F W Purdom
   1445h   MB32D-07 Use of Water Vapor Imagery in Mesoscale 
                    Forecasting: *K A Browning
   1500h   Break
   1530h   MB32D-08 An Integrated System for Very Short Range 
                    Forecasting: *B W Golding
   1545h   MB32D-09 Client-Server Computing Model for 
                    Synoptic-Scale Forecasting: *K Ignatius
   1600h   MB32D-10 A PC-Based, Operational Numerical Weather 
                    Analysis and Prediction System With 
                    Interactive Graphical User Interface: L 
                    Teixeira, E R Reiter, R J Shen
   1615h   MB32D-11 Preliminary Test Results of a Realistic 
                    Precipitation Parameterization in a 
                    Numerical Prediction Model: R J Shen, E R 
                    Reiter, L Teixeira
   1630h   MB32D-12 The Multi-Scale Numerical Simulation and 
                    Observational Validation of Extratropical 
                    Cyclone Life Cycles: *M A Shapiro, J W Bao
   1645h   MB32D-13 Using Real-Time Data of Automatic Weather 
                    Stations to Nowcast the Onset of Foehn Winds 
                    and to Forecast the Dissipation of Low 
                    Stratus: G Truog, *P Rauh
   1647h   MB32D-14 A New Scheme to Estimate the Intensity of 
                    the Tropical Cyclone in the Western Pacific 
                    Based on S-VISSR Data - Methodology, Test, 
                    and Application: *H Fan
   1649h   MB32D-15 Impact of Radar Data Assimilation on 
                    Precipitation Forecasts: *U Z Kiselnikova
   1651h   MB32D-16 Coupled Atmosphere-Fire Modeling: *M A 
                    Jenkins, T L Clark
   1653h   MB32D-17 Supercooled LWC in Clouds Measured During 
                    the Beaufort and Arctic Storms Experiment 
                    (BASE): *A Koldaev, A Chernikov, J W Strapp, 
                    A Korolev
   1655h   MB32D-18 Estimation of Mean Areal Rainfall by the 
                    Threshold Method Using Radar AMeDAS 
                    Composites: *R  Oki, A  Sumi
   1657h   MB32D-19 Investigation Into the Optical Properties of 
                    Clouds and Aerosols Using Ground Based 
                    Radiometry: *S McCabe, A A D Canas, J D Haigh

MB32E  ENGR:CR030  Wed  1930h
MW7  International Global Aerosol Program
Presiding: P V Hobbs, Univ of Washington

   1930h   Discussion

MB41A  ENGR:CR 2-6  Thurs  1000h
MJS6  Atmospheric CO~~k - Breathing of Earth
Presiding: P Tans, NOAA/CMDL

   1000h   MB41A-01 Diurnal Variation of the Isotopic 
                    Composition of CO~K2~L Above the 
                    Southeastern United States: Measurements 
                    From a Very Tall Tower: *M Trolier, P Bakwin
   1020h   MB41A-02 Radon Based Investigation of Carbon Dioxide 
                    Fluxes at Continental Sites: *I Levin, B 
                    Greschner, M Hoffmann, A Kuhlmann, R Neubert, 
                    M Schmidt, R Graul, H Sartorius, D Worthy
   1040h   MB41A-03 The Net Flux of Carbon From Global Changes 
                    in Land Use: *R A Houghton
   1100h   MB41A-04 The Earth's Radiocarbon Budget: A Consistent 
                    Model of the Global Carbon and Radiocarbon 
                    Cycles: *K R Lassey
   1120h   MB41A-05 Constraints on the Biospheric Carbon Cycle 
                    Derived From Atmospheric Radiocarbon 
                    Observations: *V Hesshaimer, I Levin
   1140h   MB41A-06 A Globally Aggregated Reconstruction of 
                    Cycles of Carbon and Its Isotopes: *H S 
                    Kheshgi, A K Jain, D J Wuebbles
   1200h   MB41A-07 The Impact of CO~K2~L Fertilization on Soil 
                    Carbon Storage: *K G Harrison, W M Post, R J 
                    Norby
   1220h   MB41A-08 The Carbon Isotopic Composition of Fossil 
                    Fuel Emissions: *R J Andres, G Marland, S 
                    Bischof

MB41B  EC:Arena  Thurs  0830h
M4  Radiative Forcing - Clear Sky and Boundary - Posters
Presiding: G L Stephens, Colorado State Univ

   0830h   MB41B-01 POSTER  Direct and Indirect Radiative Effect 
                    of Aerosols Around the UK: *G B Raga, P R 
                    Jonas
   0830h   MB41B-02 POSTER  The Effect of the Temperature 
                    Dependence of the IR Absorption on the 
                    Climate Stability in the Balance Climate 
                    Models: *E P Gordov, L I Nesmelova, O B 
                    Rodimova, S D Tvorogov
   0830h   MB41B-03 POSTER  ` Study of Radiative Processes in 
                    CCSR/NIES AGCM: *T Nakajima, M Tsukamoto, Y 
                    Tsushima, A Numaguti
   0830h   MB41B-04 POSTER  Recent Enhancements in the 
                    NOAA/NESDIS Aerosol Retrievals From AVHRR 
                    and Potential Multichannel Improvements: *L L 
                    Stowe, A M Ignatov, R R Singh
   0830h   MB41B-05 POSTER  Radiative Processes of Aerosols in 
                    Climate: *O B Vasilyev
   0830h   MB41B-06 POSTER  Investigations of Aerosol Optical 
                    Properties Using Broadband Solar Radiation 
                    Measurements in the Region of Mount 
                    Qomolangma in Tibet: F Li, D Lu
   0830h   MB41B-07 POSTER  Application of a Trimodal 
                    Monodisperse Aerosol Dynamics Model: Results 
                    From a Transport, Transformation, and 
                    Deposition Model: *D Y Harrington, S 
                    Kreidenweis, J Walton, J E Penner
   0830h   MB41B-08 POSTER  Global Aerosol Data Set: *P Koepke, M 
                    Hess, I Schult, E Shettle
   0830h   MB41B-09 POSTER  Variations of Surface Radiation in 
                    Connection With Variability of Aerosol 
                    Optical Depth and Single Scattering Albedo 
                    in Moscow Region and in Moscow (Comparison 
                    Analysis of Dirty and Clean Air Condition): 
                    I N Plakhina, I A Repina
   0830h   MB41B-10 POSTER  Investigation of the Effect of 
                    Aerosol Particles Orientation on the Aerosol 
                    Light Scattering Parameters: R F Rakhimov, 
                    D N Romashov
   0830h   MB41B-11 POSTER  Model Estimations of the 
                    Postvolcanic Relaxation of the Optical 
                    Properties of the Stratospheric Layer: *R F 
                    Rakhimov
   0830h   MB41B-12 POSTER  Solar Radiation Attenuation by 
                    Aerosol in the Turbulent Troposphere: G M 
                    Teptin, L V Morozova, P N Durjagin
   0830h   MB41B-13 POSTER  Aerosol Optical Depth Measurements 
                    During Polar Night on Spitzbergen With Moon 
                    as Light Source: *A Herber, H Gernandt
   0830h   MB41B-14 POSTER  Aerosols Optical Properties 
                    Measurements in La Jolla, California: *M 
                    Schwindling, P Y Deschamps, R Frouin
   0830h   MB41B-15 POSTER  Airborne Sounding of Distribution of 
                    Pollution of the Atmosphere and Underlying 
                    Surface: *B D Belan, V E Zuev, M V Panchenko
   0830h   MB41B-16 POSTER  Aerosol Dynamics in the Mixing Layer: 
                    *B D Belan
   0830h   MB41B-17 POSTER  The Influence of Aerosols and Ground 
                    Albedo on the Modelization of Solar Spectral 
                    Radiation Measurements in Valladolid (Spain): 
                    *V E Cachorro, A M de Frutos, P Utrillas, J A 
                    Martinez-Lozano
   0830h   MB41B-18 POSTER  Effect of Inlet Shape on Aspiration 
                    Efficiency of Airborne Aerosol Samplers: S A 
                    Cain, *M Ram
   0830h   MB41B-19 POSTER  Aerosol Pollution of The Mexico City 
                    Atmosphere: A Leyva-Contreras, A 
                    Muhlia-Velazquez, *O B Vasilyev, L S Ivlev, 
                    V M Jukov
   0830h   MB41B-20 POSTER  The Study of Aerosol Microstructure 
                    in Winter by Method of Inverting the Optical 
                    Data: *E V Makienko, Y A Pkhalagov, R F 
                    Rakhimov, V N Uzhegov, N N Schelkanov
   0830h   MB41B-21 POSTER  Aerosols and Respiratory Diseases in 
                    Northern Bangladesh: *M A Miah, M A Samad
   0830h   MB41B-22 POSTER  Long Term Variations of Turbidity of 
                    Mexico City Atmosphere on the Basis of 
                    Actinometric Data: *A Muhlia-Velazquez, A 
                    Leyva-Contreras, J L Bravo-Cabrera
   0830h   MB41B-23 POSTER  Effects of Seasonal Changes in 
                    Prevailing Meteorological Conditions on 
                    Aerosol Characteristics: *P R Nair, K K 
                    Moorthy, B V K Murthy
   0830h   MB41B-24 POSTER  On the Formation of Mean Regional 
                    Aerosol Background: M V Panchenko, V V Polkin, 
                    *S A Terpugova, A G Tumakov, V P Shmargunov, 
                    E P Yausheva
   0830h   MB41B-25 POSTER  On the Estimate of Aerosol 
                    Accumulation in Arctic Air Masses Coming to 
                    Western Siberia: *M V Panchenko, S A 
                    Terpugova
   0830h   MB41B-26 POSTER  Altitude Distribution of Aerosols in 
                    the Nocturnal Mixing Region Over a Tropical 
                    Coastal Station: *K Parameswaran, K Rajeev
   0830h   MB41B-27 POSTER  Impact of Anthropogenic Emissions on 
                    the Tropospheric Sulfur Cycle: *M  Pham, J F 
                    Muller, G  Brasseur
   0830h   MB41B-28 POSTER  A Numerical Study of Sulfate Aerosol 
                    Formation in the Marine Atmosphere: *J Zhao
   0830h   MB41B-29 POSTER  Evaluation on Satellite Derived 
                    Surface Albedos Over the Tibetan Plateau Area: 
                    Q Zhong, Z Wei
   0830h   MB41B-30 POSTER  Variation Trends of Atmospheric 
                    Aerosol Contents Over 14 Sites in China: *Q 
                    Jinhuan
   0830h   MB41B-31 POSTER  Aerosol Processing in a 
                    Two-Dimensional Hill Top Cloud Using Solute 
                    Following Microphysics: Eulerian and 
                    Lagrangian Type Models: *W Richardson, S 
                    Kreidenweis, G Feingold, B Stevens, W Cotton
   0830h   MB41B-32 POSTER  Climatic Treatment of Human Diseases: 
                    *K Sivaramakrishnaiah
   0830h   MB41B-33 POSTER  Properties of Aerosols and Their 
                    Temporal Variations Over the Western Pacific 
                    Ocean: *M Zhou, F Qian
   0830h   MB41B-34 POSTER  Results of Intercomparisons of 
                    Radiation Flux Instruments in Hot 
                    Environments: *H  Billing, H J Bolle, M  
                    Eckardt, S  Fietkau, T  Medeke
   0830h   MB41B-35 POSTER  Zenithal Angle, Clouds, and Aerosol 
                    Direct Forcing: *O Boucher
   0830h   MB41B-36 POSTER  GCM Estimate of the Indirect Aerosol 
                    Forcing Using Satellite-Retrieved Cloud 
                    Droplet Effective Radii: *O Boucher
   0830h   MB41B-37 POSTER  A Parameterisation of the Ice Water 
                    Mass Found in Mixed Phase Cumulus and 
                    Frontal Clouds: *K N Bower, T W Choularton, J 
                    Latham, J Cardwell, S J Moss, D W Johnson, 
                    P R A Brown, A M Blyth
   0830h   MB41B-38 POSTER  An Observational Study of the 
                    Effects of Cloud Processing of Aerosol on 
                    the Indirect Radiative Properties of Aerosol: 
                    *T W Choularton, M Parkin, K N Bower, A Kaye
   0830h   MB41B-39 POSTER  Simulation of the Cloud Climatology 
                    Observed From Space by a Backscatter Lidar 
                    and Radiometers Using the LMD General 
                    Circulation Model: *M  Doutriaux, J  Pelon, 
                    V  Trouillet, H Le Treut, G  Seze, P H 
                    Flamant
   0830h   MB41B-40 POSTER  Deficiencies in General Circulation 
                    Model Simulated Radiative Fluxes Inferred 
                    From Ground-Based Observations: *M  Wild, A  
                    Ohmura, H  Gilgen, E  Roeckner

MB41C  ENGR:CR 0-30  Thurs  1000h
M4  Radiative/Climate Forcing
Presiding: G L Stephens, Colorado State Univ

   1000h   MB41C-01 Radiative Forcing by Mineral Aerosols From 
                    North African Dust Transports: G Tetzlaff, *W 
                    von Hoyningen-Huene, P Posse, M Stettler, K 
                    Wenzel
   1015h   MB41C-02 Classification of Aerosol Optical Properties: 
                    *W von Hoyningen-Huene, P Posse, M Stettler, 
                    K Wenzel
   1030h   MB41C-03 Optical and Physical Properties of Upper 
                    Tropospheric Aerosol Sampled Through a 
                    Heated Inlet Over Laramie, Wyoming: *J Snider, 
                    T Deshler
   1045h   MB41C-04 Nonsphericity Effects in Light Scattering by 
                    Maritime Aerosols: *P Posse, W 
                    von Hoyningen-Huene, M Stettler, K Wenzel
   1100h   MB41C-05 Use of Ocean Color Satellite Radiometers for 
                    Aerosol Remote Sensing: *T Nakajima, A 
                    Higurashi
   1115h   MB41C-06 Remote Sensing of Scattering Phase Functions 
                    Using Radiative Perturbation Theory: *M A Box, 
                    C Sendra
   1130h   MB41C-07 Multiwavelength Tropospheric Aerosol 
                    Backscatter Model: *D A Bowdle
   1145h   MB41C-08 Preliminary Evidence for the Production of 
                    New Particulate Matter in the Atmosphere at 
                    a Mid-latitude Remote Mountain Site: *F J 
                    Brechtel, S M Kreidenweis, J A Ogren
   1200h   MB41C-09 The Simulated Earth Radiation Budget of the 
                    ECHAM4 Atmospheric General Circulation Model 
                    and Comparisons With the Earth Radiation 
                    Budget Experiment (ERBE): *C T Chen, E 
                    Roeckner
   1215h   MB41C-10 Cloud Radiative Forcing: DAO Assimilation 
                    Versus ERBE Observation: *M Chen

MB41D  EC:Arena  Thurs  0830h
MW4  Gravity Wave Sources and Parameterization - Posters
Presiding: D Fritts, Univ of Colorado

   0830h   MB41D-01 POSTER  The Interpretation of Wavelengths 
                    and Periods as Measured From Atmospheric 
                    Balloons: P Alexander, A de la Torre, J 
                    Cornejo
   0830h   MB41D-02 POSTER  Wave-Like Propagating Ionospheric 
                    Disturbances From Impulse Sources in the 
                    Ionosphere: A N Belyaev, Y A Romanovsky, *S A 
                    Namazov
   0830h   MB41D-03 POSTER  Saturated Gravity Waves Measured 
                    With Balloons Near the Andes Mountains: A 
                    de la Torre, P Alexander, A Giraldez
   0830h   MB41D-04 POSTER  A Model for Atmospheric Wave 
                    (Velocity, Temperature, and Density) Power 
                    Spectra: *E M Dewan
   0830h   MB41D-05 POSTER  Some Aspects of the Initial 
                    Development of Frontal Waves: *A Horanyi, A 
                    Joly
   0830h   MB41D-06 POSTER  Gravity Wave Generation and Drag 
                    Modulation by Inertial Instability: *J A Knox, 
                    M H Hitchman
   0830h   MB41D-07 POSTER  Atmosphere Disturbance Above 
                    Mountains: *V N Kozhevnikov
   0830h   MB41D-08 POSTER  Meridional Variation of Gravity Wave 
                    Activity in the Lower Stratosphere Over the 
                    Western Pacific: *S  Ogino, M D Yamanaka, S 
                    Fukao
   0830h   MB41D-09 POSTER  External Buoyancy Wave Filtering in 
                    Nonhydrostatic Pressure- and Sigma - 
                    Coordinate Models: *R Room
   0830h   MB41D-10 POSTER  Forcing Atmospheric Oscillations by 
                    Long-Period Seismic Ones: A Case Study: *G M 
                    Shved, L N Petrova, K S Osypov, D D Savel'ev
   0830h   MB41D-11 POSTER  Coherence Lengths of 
                    Acoustic-Gravity Waves in the Thermosphere: 
                    *A F Yakovets, V I Drobjev, M Z Kaliev, V V 
                    Vodyannikov

MB41E  ENGR:CR 1-12  Thurs  0955h
MW4  Gravity Wave Sources and Parameterization
Presiding: D Fritts, Univ of Colorado

   0955h   INTRODUCTION: D Fritts,Univ of Colorado
   1000h   MB41E-01 Gravity Waves From Deep Tropospheric 
                    Convection: *M J Alexander, J R Holton
   1015h   MB41E-02 Gravity Wave Activity Associated With 
                    Tropical Convection Identified From TOGA 
                    COARE Sounding Data: *D J Karoly, G Roff, M 
                    Reeder
   1030h   MB41E-03 Generation of Gravity Waves During the 
                    Intrusion of Convective Cloud Turrets in the 
                    Lower Stratosphere: *H Teitelbaum, J Ovarlez, 
                    H Ovarlez
   1045h   MB41E-04 Topographic Gravity Wave Generation and 
                    Potential Vorticity Streamers: U Aebischer, *C 
                    Schar
   1100h   MB41E-05 Experiments on Lee Wave Over 
                    Three-Dimensional Topography: *P Bonneton, M 
                    Perrier
   1115h   MB41E-06 3-D Numerical Simulations of Mountain Waves 
                    With a Nonhydrostatic Anelastic Model: *P 
                    Hereil, J Stein, P Bonneton
   1130h   MB41E-07 Orographic Internal Gravity Waves Over the 
                    English Lake District: *S B Vosper, S D Mobbs
   1145h   MB41E-08 Stochastic Excitation of Gravity Waves in 
                    Shear Flows: *P J Ioannou

MB41F  EC:Arena  Thurs  0830h
MW6  Stratospheric Ozone and UV-B Radiation - Posters
Presiding: C Zerefos, Univ of Thessaloniki

   0830h   MB41F-01 POSTER  Comparison of UV-B Broadband 
                    Detectors With the Aid of Simultaneous 
                    Spectral Measurements: A F Bais, C Meleti, 
                    *C S Zerefos
   0830h   MB41F-02 POSTER  The Reconstructed Geographical 
                    Distribution of Erythemal UV Over New Zealand: 
                    *G E Bodeker, R L McKenzie
   0830h   MB41F-03 POSTER  Statistical Structure of Total Ozone 
                    Since 1962 Through 1993: R Brazdil, I A 
                    Kopteva
   0830h   MB41F-04 POSTER  Regional Scale Analysis of 
                    Tropospheric Ozone as Related to Changes in 
                    Stratospheric Ozone Levels: K C Crist, G R 
                    Carmichael, K John
   0830h   MB41F-05 POSTER  Ground-Based Spectral Solar UV-B 
                    Irradiance Measurements in Uccle 
                    (Brussels-Belgium) During the 1993-1995 
                    Period: *D  Gillotay, D  Bolsee, P C Simon
   0830h   MB41F-06 POSTER  Laboratory Characterization  and 
                    Intercomparison Performance of the ASRC/RSI 
                    Ultraviolet Sprectroradiometers: *L Harrison
   0830h   MB41F-07 POSTER  Spatial-Time Variation of the Ozone 
                    Partial Pressure Fields at the Northern 
                    Hemisphere: *T V Kadygrova, G M Kruchenitsky
   0830h   MB41F-08 POSTER  Data Processing and Management for 
                    Surface UV Monitoring and Some Results of UV 
                    Data Analysis: *N A Krotkov, I V Geogdzhaev, 
                    N Y Chubarova, S V Bushnev, V U Khattatov, 
                    T V Kondranin
   0830h   MB41F-09 POSTER  The Fluxes of Ultraviolet Radiation 
                    Under Different Scenarios of Ozone Layer 
                    Disturbances: *G I Kuznetsov, I O Kurbanov, 
                    R V Belakin, I B Belikov, A Y Cherniyshov
   0830h   MB41F-10 POSTER  Some Investigations on UV-B and 
                    Total Ozone Relationship in Poland: Z 
                    Litynska, B Lapeta, B Kois, B Golaszewska
   0830h   MB41F-11 POSTER  Spectroradiometry and Filter 
                    Radiometry for the Determination of 
                    Atmospheric Actinic UV-B Radiation and the 
                    Ozone Photolysis Frequency: M Muller, A Kraus, 
                    A Hofzumahaus
   0830h   MB41F-12 POSTER  Precision UV-Filter Radiometers and 
                    Model Calculations to Determine UV-Radiation 
                    and Its Long Term Changes: *R Philipona, C 
                    Frohlich
   0830h   MB41F-13 POSTER  The Impact of Stratospheric Ozone 
                    Depletion on the Biosphere: *E Tamm, E 
                    Thomalla, P Koepke
   0830h   MB41F-14 POSTER  Method of Determination of the Total 
                    Ozone Content by Observations of the 
                    Standard Stars: *E I Terez
   0830h   MB41F-15 POSTER  Method of Spectral Atmospheric 
                    Transparency Determination by Observations 
                    of Stars: *G A Terez
   0830h   MB41F-16 POSTER  Enhancement of Underwater UV 
                    Radiation by Volcanic Aerosol: *A P Vasilkov, 
                    N A Krotkov, A J Krueger
   0830h   MB41F-17 POSTER  UV Radiation Amplification Factor: 
                    Parameters Affecting Its Absolute 
                    Determination: *C S Zerefos, A F Bais
   0830h   MB41F-18 POSTER  Broadband UV Instrumentation 
                    Performance Characteristics and 
                    Interpretation of Atmospheric Measurements: *J 
                    DeLuisi, J Augustine, P Disterhoft, B 
                    Weatherhead, A Thompson

MB41G  ENGR:CR 2-26  Thurs  0950h
MW6  Stratospheric Ozone and UV-B Radiation
Presiding: C Zerefos, Univ of Thessaloniki

   0950h   INTRODUCTION: C Zerefos,Univ of Thessaloniki
   1000h   MB41G-01 Climatological Study of Stratospheric Ozone 
                    at Northern Mid-latitude and Southern Polar 
                    Latitude: *S  Godin, C  David, M  Guirlet, R  
                    Greskiewicz
   1030h   MB41G-02 Investigating Biological Response in UV-B as 
                    a Function of Ozone Variation Using 
                    Perturbation Theory: P E Loughlin, *M A Box
   1100h   MB41G-03 Comparison of Satellite Estimated UVB 
                    Irradiance From Nimbus-7 TOMS to Ground 
                    Measurements by a Brewer Spectroradiometer: 
                    *T F Eck, P K Bhartia, J R Herman, J B Kerr
   1120h   MB41G-04 Global Changes in the 300 nm to 340 nm UV 
                    Exposure Estimated From TOMS Ozone Data 
                    Since 1980: *J R Herman, P K Bhartia, D Larko, 
                    Z Ahmad
   1140h   MB41G-05 Modeling of UV-B Irradiance: Sensitivity 
                    Tests and Comparisons With Measurements: P 
                    Wang, C Brogniez, J L Bocquet, *J Lenoble

MB42A  ENGR:CR 2-6  Thurs  1330h
MJS6  Atmospheric CO~~k - Breathing of Earth
Presiding: D Schimel, UCAR/NCAR/CGD

   1330h   MB42A-01 INVITED  Seasonal CO~K2~L Exchange Between 
                    the Atmosphere and the Terrestrial Biosphere 
                    in El Nino and Non-El Nino Years: *A W King, 
                    W M Post, S D Wullschleger
   1400h   MB42A-02 Satellite Remote Sensing for Biosphere Model 
                    Performance Evaluation: Results, Issues, 
                    Prospects: *P Martin, E F Lambin, D Ehrlich
   1420h   MB42A-03 Constraining Models of the Terrestrial 
                    Biosphere With Seasonal Variation of 
                    Atmospheric CO~K2~L and Remote Sensing From 
                    Satellites: A Diagnostic Modelling Study: *W  
                    Knorr, P  Martin, M  Heimann
   1440h   MB42A-04 Impact of the Atmospheric CO~K2~L 
                    Fertilization, Nitrogen Deposition, and 
                    Climatic Variability on the 
                    Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange of CO~K2~L: *P  
                    Friedlingstein, I Y Fung, A  Dai
   1500h   Break
   1530h   MB42A-05 Decadal-Scale Temperature Anomalies and 
                    Transient Modeling of Global Terrestrial 
                    Carbon Cycling: *B H Braswell, D S Schimel, P 
                    Tans
   1550h   MB42A-06 The CO~K2~L Exchange Between the Atmosphere 
                    and the Land Biosphere: A Study With a 
                    Global Mechanistic Vegetation Model: B Nemry, 
                    L Francois, P Warnant, J C Gerard
   1610h   MB42A-07 One Way to Use Inverse Atmospheric Transport 
                    to Calibrate Simultaneously Parametric NPP 
                    and Soil Respiration: *P Maisongrande, P 
                    Ciais, A Ruimy, G Dedieu
   1650h   MB42A-08 A Two-Dimensional Energy Balance Climate 
                    Model Coupled Interactively to a Land Carbon 
                    Cycle Model: Y H Chan, *D Chan, K Higuchi, 
                    C A Lin
   1710h   MB42A-09 An Overview of the Global Inventory of 
                    Biomass Burning (GIBB) Program: *E A Kihn, 
                    C D Elvidge, H W Kroehl, K E Baugh, E R Davis

MB42B  ENGR:CR 0-30  Thurs  1545h
M4  Radiative Forcing - Clear Sky and Boundary
Presiding: G L Stephens, Colorado State Univ

   1545h   MB42B-01 INVITED  Simulation of the Clear-Sky OLR 
                    Using the ECMWF Re-analyses: M J Webb, *A 
                    Slingo
   1615h   MB42B-02 Climatological Analysis of the Spectral and 
                    Broadband Characteristics of the Radiative 
                    Energy Budget: *B J Soden, S A Ackerman, R A 
                    Frey
   1630h   MB42B-03 Radiative Maintenance of Dry Tongues Within 
                    the Tropical Troposphere: B Mapes, *P Zuidema
   1645h   MB42B-04 Estimation of HGWPs and GWPs for CF~K4~L, 
                    C~K2~LF~K4~L, and C~K3~LF~K8~L: *I K Larin, 
                    A G Guschin, B N Maximov
   1700h   MB42B-05 Radiative Forcing of Climate From 
                    Stratospheric and Tropospheric Ozone Changes: 
                    *P M de Forster, K P Shine

MB42C  ENGR:CR0-30  Thurs  1330h
M4  Radiative/Climate Forcing
Presiding: G L Stephens, Colorado State Univ

   1330h   MB42C-01 Radiative Heating in Global Climate Models: 
                    *F  Baer, K  Rocque
   1345h   MB42C-02 Analysis of the Thermodynamic and Radiative 
                    Vertical Structure of the Earth-Atmosphere 
                    System Based on TOVS Observations and Neural 
                    Networks Technique: *F  Cheruy, F Chevallier, 
                    N A Scott, A Chedin
   1400h   MB42C-03 Title is forthcoming: F N Sohn
   1415h   MB42C-04 Diurnal Variations of Top of Atmosphere 
                    Earth Emitted Radiation From ERBE Data: *D A 
                    Rutan, G L Smith, E F Harrison
   1430h   MB42C-05 Case Studies of the Radiative Impact on 
                    Regional Climate Patterns: *K G Keuler, H R 
                    Knoche, A Munzenberg-St. Denis, E  Schaller
   1445h   MB42C-06 Spaceborne Cloud Radar and the Estimation of 
                    Ice Cloud Longwave Fluxes on a Global Scale: 
                    P R Brown, A J Illingworth, K A Browning, M 
                    Gosset, A J Heymsfield, G M McFarquhar

MB42D  ENGR:CR2-26  Thurs  1330h
MW6  Stratospheric Ozone and UV-B Radiation
Presiding: J Kerr, Atmos Environment Serv - Canada

   1330h   MB42D-01 Biologically Effective UV-B and the 
                    Influence of Ozone, Clouds, and Aerosol: A 
                    Geographically Resolved Climatology: *J A 
                    Bordewijk, H Slaper, H A J Reinen, E 
                    Schlamann, H J v.d. Woerd
   1400h   MB42D-02 UV Radiation in the Southern Seas in Early 
                    Spring 1993: G Wendler, T Quakenbush
   1430h   MB42D-03 The National Weather Service's Experimental 
                    Ultraviolet Index: *A J Miller, C S Long, H T 
                    Lee, J D Wild
   1500h   Break
   1530h   MB42D-04 Characteristics of Instruments and 
                    Observations Uncovered During the 
                    Verificatin Phase of the UV Index: *C S Long, 
                    A J Miller, H T Lee, J D Wild
   1600h   MB42D-05 Spectral Deconvolution of Ground-Level UV-B 
                    Spectroradiometric Measurements Made During 
                    the 1994 U.S. Inter-agency Spectroradiometer 
                    Intercomparison: *J H Yee, S A Lloyd, R 
                    DeMajistre, D E Anderson, A Thompson, T Early
   1630h   MB42D-06 Comparison of UV-B Broadband Detectors With 
                    the Aid of Simultaneous Spectral Measurements: 
                    A F Bais, C Meleti, *C S Zerefos
   1632h   MB42D-07 The Reconstructed Geographical Distribution 
                    of Erythemal UV Over New Zealand: *G E 
                    Bodeker, R L McKenzie
   1634h   MB42D-08 Statistical Structure of Total Ozone Since 
                    1962 Through 1993: R Brazdil, I A Kopteva
   1636h   MB42D-09 Regional Scale Analysis of Tropospheric 
                    Ozone as Related to Changes in Stratospheric 
                    Ozone Levels: K C Crist, G R Carmichael, K 
                    John
   1638h   MB42D-10 Ground-Based Spectral Solar UV-B Irradiance 
                    Measurements in Uccle (Brussels-Belgium) 
                    During the 1993-1995 Period: *D  Gillotay, D  
                    Bolsee, P C Simon
   1640h   MB42D-11 Laboratory Characterization  and 
                    Intercomparison Performance of the ASRC/RSI 
                    Ultraviolet Sprectroradiometers: *L Harrison
   1642h   MB42D-12 Spatial-Time Variation of the Ozone Partial 
                    Pressure Fields at the Northern Hemisphere: 
                    *T V Kadygrova, G M Kruchenitsky
   1644h   MB42D-13 Data Processing and Management for Surface 
                    UV Monitoring and Some Results of UV Data 
                    Analysis: *N A Krotkov, I V Geogdzhaev, N Y 
                    Chubarova, S V Bushnev, V U Khattatov, T V 
                    Kondranin
   1646h   MB42D-14 The Fluxes of Ultraviolet Radiation Under 
                    Different Scenarios of Ozone Layer 
                    Disturbances: *G I Kuznetsov, I O Kurbanov, 
                    R V Belakin, I B Belikov, A Y Cherniyshov
   1648h   MB42D-15 Some Investigations on UV-B and Total Ozone 
                    Relationship in Poland: Z Litynska, B Lapeta, 
                    B Kois, B Golaszewska
   1650h   MB42D-16 Spectroradiometry and Filter Radiometry for 
                    the Determination of Atmospheric Actinic 
                    UV-B Radiation and the Ozone Photolysis 
                    Frequency: M Muller, A Kraus, A Hofzumahaus
   1652h   MB42D-17 Precision UV-Filter Radiometers and Model 
                    Calculations to Determine UV-Radiation and 
                    Its Long Term Changes: *R Philipona, C 
                    Frohlich
   1654h   MB42D-18 The Impact of Stratospheric Ozone Depletion 
                    on the Biosphere: *E Tamm, E Thomalla, P 
                    Koepke
   1656h   MB42D-19 Method of Determination of the Total Ozone 
                    Content by Observations of the Standard Stars: 
                    *E I Terez
   1658h   MB42D-20 Method of Spectral Atmospheric Transparency 
                    Determination by Observations of Stars: *G A 
                    Terez
   1700h   MB42D-21 Enhancement of Underwater UV Radiation by 
                    Volcanic Aerosol: *A P Vasilkov, N A Krotkov, 
                    A J Krueger
   1702h   MB42D-22 UV Radiation Amplification Factor: 
                    Parameters Affecting Its Absolute 
                    Determination: *C S Zerefos, A F Bais
   1704h   MB42D-23 Broadband UV Instrumentation Performance 
                    Characteristics and Interpretation of 
                    Atmospheric Measurements: *J DeLuisi, J 
                    Augustine, P Disterhoft, B Weatherhead, A 
                    Thompson

MB42E  ENGR:CR1-12  Thurs  1330h
MW4  Gravity Wave Sources and Parameterization
Presiding: D Fritts, Univ of Colorado

   1330h   MB42E-01 Internal Wave Drag by Emission: *B R 
                    Sutherland, W R Peltier
   1345h   MB42E-02 Generation of Inertia-Gravity Waves in a 
                    Simulated Baroclinic Instability Lifecycle: *D 
                    O'Sullivan, T J Dunkerton
   1400h   MB42E-03 Nonlinear Geostrophic Adjustment as a 
                    Mechanism of Gravity Wave Generation: *A S 
                    Medvedev, G P Klaassen
   1415h   MB42E-04 Ground-Based Measurements of Small-Scale 
                    Gravity Waves: *T Hauf, U Finke
   1430h   MB42E-05 Gravity Wave Measurements With the Purple 
                    Crow Lidar: *R J Sica, P S Argall, C T 
                    Sparrow
   1445h   MB42E-06 Determination of Horizontal and Vertical 
                    Structure of a Novel Pattern of Short Period 
                    Gravity Waves Imaged During ALOHA-93: *M J 
                    Taylor, D C Fritts, J R Isler
   1500h   MB42E-07 Fine Structures of Temperature and Wind 
                    Velocity Observed by a RASS With the MU Radar: 
                    *T  Tsuda, T  Adachi, Y  Masuda
   1515h   Break
   1545h   MB42E-08 A Climatology of Long-Period Gravity Waves 
                    in the Lower Atmosphere: *T E VanZandt, W L 
                    Clark, F Einaudi, R D Dennett
   1600h   MB42E-09 A Three Year Gravity Wave Climatology of the 
                    Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Over Kauai: 
                    *L N Connor, S K Avery
   1615h   MB42E-10 Statistical Properties of Mesospheric and 
                    Thermospheric Emissions: Turbulence and 
                    Wavelike Structure: R D Sears, B Herman
   1630h   MB42E-11 Stratospheric Horizontal Wavenumber Spectra 
                    of Winds, Potential Temperature, and 
                    Atmospheric Tracers Observed by 
                    High-Altitude Aircraft: *J T Bacmeister, S D 
                    Eckermann, K R Chan, M Loewenstein, M H 
                    Proffitt, B L Gary
   1645h   MB42E-12 Stratospheric Gravity Wave Activity 
                    Identified From Macquarie Island Ozonesonde 
                    Data: *D J Karoly, F Guest

MB42F  ENGR:CR030  Thurs  1930h
MW7  International Global Aerosol Program
Presiding: P V Hobbs, Univ of Washington

   1930h   Discussion

MB51A  ENGR:CR 1-12  Fri  0830h
MW4  Gravity Wave Sources and Parameterization
Presiding: D Fritts, Univ of Colorado

   0830h   MB51A-01 Relation Between Spectra and a Global Source 
                    of Gravity Waves in the Middle Atmosphere: *J 
                    Weinstock
   0845h   MB51A-02 Mesospheric Gravity Wave Drag as Observed by 
                    ISAMS: *B N Lawrence, A  Dudhia
   0900h   MB51A-03 The Role of Vertical Momentum Fluxes in 
                    Maintaining the Global Meridional 
                    Circulation in the Upper Mesosphere and 
                    Lower Thermosphere: *Y I Portnyagin, T V 
                    Solovjeva
   0915h   MB51A-04 The Breakdown of Atmospheric Inertia-Gravity 
                    Waves: *M P Lelong, T J Dunkerton
   0930h   MB51A-05 Wavelet Analysis of Gravity Waves Near 
                    Critical Levels: *T  Shimomai, M D Yamanaka, 
                    S  Fukao
   0945h   MB51A-06 Numerical Simulation of Atmospheric Undular 
                    Bores: P Zhang, R J Doviak
   1000h   Break
   1030h   MB51A-07 A Paramaterization of Convectively Generated 
                    Gravity Waves: *J R Mitchell, D Gregory
   1045h   MB51A-08 A New Subgrid Scale Orographic Drag 
                    Parameterization; Its Testing in the ECMWF 
                    Model: *F Lott, M Miller
   1100h   MB51A-09 Doppler-Spread Parameterization of Gravity 
                    Wave Momentum Deposition: *C O Hines
   1115h   MB51A-10 A Numerical Spectral Model of the Middle 
                    Atmosphere With Gravity Wave 
                    Parameterization Based on the Doppler Spread 
                    Theory: K L Chan, J G Mengel, *H G Mayr, C O 
                    Hines, C A Reddy, H S Porter, N F Arnold
   1130h   MB51A-11 Comparative Optimization of Recent Gravity 
                    Wave Parameterizations: *R A Akmaev
   1145h   MB51A-12 Assessment of Gravity-Wave Drag 
                    Parameterizations: *I Beau, P Bougeault
   1200h   MB51A-13 The Parametrization Schemes of the Internal 
                    Gravity Wave Ensemble for the Middle 
                    Atmosphere Heights: *A N Belyaev
   1215h   MB51A-14 Comparisons of Gravity Wave Drag 
                    Parameterization Schemes in Middle 
                    Atmosphere Models: *C McLandress, N A 
                    McFarlane
   1230h   MB51A-15 Experiments With a Spectral Gravity Wave 
                    Parameterization in the TIME-GCM: *D C Fritts, 
                    R G Roble

MB52A  ENGR:CR 0-30  Fri  1330h
M4  Emerging Technologies and Methods
Presiding: G L Stephens, Colorado State Univ

   1330h   MB52A-01 Modeling and Measurements of Snow Reflectance: 
                    C Leroux, *J Lenoble, C Sergent, M Fily
   1345h   MB52A-02 Reflection of Solar Radiation by the 
                    Antarctic Snow Surface at Ultraviolet, 
                    Visible, and Near-Infrared Wavelengths: T C 
                    Grenfell, *S G Warren, P C Mullen
   1400h   MB52A-03 Observations of the Forcing Radiation of 
                    Global Warming: *W F Evans, E  Puckrin
   1415h   MB52A-04 INVITED  First Results From the 
                    ScaRaB/Meteor Mission: *R Kandel, P Raberanto, 
                    F Sirou, M Viollier, L A Pakhomov, V A 
                    Golovko, E Raschke, J Mueller, R Stuhlmann, T 
                    Tremas
   1440h   MB52A-05 INVITED  Cloud Radiative Properties From Lite: 
                    *C M R Platt, S A Young
   1505h   Break
   1530h   MB52A-06 The Potential Contribution of a Spaceborne 
                    Backscatter Lidar to Climatological Studies: 
                    C  Kahler, M  Wiegner, J  Ackermann, *A  
                    Ansmann, U  Wandinger
   1545h   MB52A-07 Objectives for an Earth Radiation Mission: *P  
                    Ingmann
   1600h   MB52A-08 Submillimeter-Wave Radiometric Measurements 
                    of Ice Clouds: *S J Walter, K F Evans, W R 
                    McGrath, G Stephens
   1615h   MB52A-09 Assessment of Modeling Capability for 
                    Longwave Spectral Radiances: *P D Brown, S A 
                    Clough, N E Miller, T R Shippert, R O 
                    Knuteson, H E Revercomb
   1630h   MB52A-10 GERB: The Geostationary Earth Radiation 
                    Budget Experiment: *J E Harries, A Slingo, H 
                    Mooney
   1645h   MB52A-11 The ARM-UAV Program: First Results and 
                    Future Plans: *R G Ellingson, J  Vitko, W  
                    Bolten, T  Tooman, F  Valero, S  Pope
   1700h   MB52A-12 Plans for Implementation of the Tropospheric 
                    Aerosol Radiative Forcing Observational 
                    Experiment (TARFOX): *L L Stowe, P V Hobbs, 
                    P B Russell
   1715h   MB52A-13 Radiative Forcing by Aerosols: *P V Hobbs, 
                    D A Hegg

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