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3rd ACTRIS-2, General Meeting Presentations, Granada 2017

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Presentations Science Meeting
Wednesday, February 1

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Oral Session O1: Aerosol climatology and trends
Chair: Ulla Wandinger

Aerosol climatology over Europe from 15 years of EARLINET measurements
L.Mona
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Multi-year typology of long-range transported aerosols over Europe

D.Nicolae & EARLINET team
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Temporal and spatial trends and variabilities of vertical aerosol profiles over Germany
I.Mattis, F. Wagner, H. Flentje, G. Müller, M. Pattantyús-Ábrahám, W. Thomas
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What have we learned since aerosol phenomenology 1?
J-P.Putaud
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A European aerosol phenomenology-6: Scattering characteristics of atmospheric aerosols from 28 ACTRIS sites across Europe
M.Pandolfi et al.
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Observed trends in aerosol optical properties, visualization and comparison to models
M.Schulz et al.
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Oral Session O2: Trends from long-term trace-gas observations
Chair: Stefan Reimann
Long-term trends of VOCs at the Czech  ACTRIS and EMEP station Košetice
M.Vana, J. Diskova, J. Cech PDF
Time series and climatology of trace gases at Hohenpeissenberg 
C.Plass-Duelmer, A. Claude, R. Holla, J. Englert, S. Gilge, J. Mueller, and D. Kubistin  
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MAX-DOAS trace gas observations in NDACC: Towards harmonized and quality-assessed multi-year data products
F.Hendrick, G. Pinardi, S. Compernolle, I. De Smedt, C. Fayt, B. Langerock, M. De Mazière, M. Van Roozendael, and the NDACC UV-visible Working Group   PDF
 Oral Session O3: Long-term observations at selected stations
Chair: Alfred Wiedensohler

Half decade of observations at a high altitude Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) station in the South American tropics: Chacaltaya, Bolivia

Marcos F. Andrade F., R. Forno, L. Blacutt, R. Gutierrez, I. Moreno, F. Velarde, F. Avila, M.F. Sánchez D. Aliaga, M. Roca, P. Laj, P. Ginot, J.L. Jaffrezo, A. Wiedensohler, K. Weinhold, R. Krejci, D. N. Whiteman, M., Ramonet, O.Laurent, K. Sellegri, T.Reichler
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5-years continuous on-line monitoring of the submicron aerosol chemical composition in the Paris area, France
Y. Zhang, Olivier Favez, Valérie Gros, J. Sciare, F. Truong, T. Amodeo, J. E Petit, V. Crenn, M. Haeffelin
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A Mediterranean Aerosol Phenomenology: Chemical composition
N.Mihalopoulos, J. Sciare et al.
 
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15-year continuous multi-parameter atmospheric monitoring at the SIRTA ACTRIS supersite for aerosol and cloud research using the ReOBS dataset
M.Haeffelin, M. Chiriaco, J.-C. Dupont, J.-A. Bravo-Aranda, J. Delanoe, C. Pietras, M.-A. Drouin, J. Lopez
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 Thursday February 2
Oral Session O4: Model evaluation and integrated studies
Chair: Angela Benedetti

Comparing modelled and measured aerosol optical properties - results from the AeroCom INSITU Project
E.Andrews, L. Schmeisser, M. Schulz, M. Fiebig, J. Ogren PDF
Evaluation and improvement of the parameterization of aerosol hygroscopicity in global climate models using in-situ surface measurement
P.Zieger, G. Titos, and B. Andrews PDF
Towards continuous evaluation of dust profiles in the WMO SDS-WAS  
S.Basart et al. PDF
 Evaluation of the effect of dust aerosol on the forecast quality of numerical weather prediction models based on continuous ground-based remote sensing within Cloudnet
M.Radenz, P. Seifert, H. Griesche PDF
Long-term study of new particle and shrinkage episodes in a coastal environment: meteorology, gas phase and solar radiation implications A.Águila, M.Sorribas, J.A Adame, J.M.Vilaplana , J.A Bogeat, C. Córdoba-Jabonero, and M.Yela.
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Poster Sessions
P.1
Progress Towards a PM climatology at Auchencorth Moss: integrating mass, composition and fluxes.
C.F Braban, S.R Leeson, M.R Jones, I Simmons, B.Langford, E. Nemitz, M.M Twigg 
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P.2 Variability of aerosol optical properties in northern Finland. H. Lihavainen, A. Hyvärinen, E. Asmi, J . Hatakka, D. Brus  PDF
P.3 2-years climatology of aerosol optical properties and size distribution at the Observatoire Perenne de l’Environnement (OPE), France S. Conil, C. Rose, J. Nicolas, P. Laj and K. Sellegri.
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P.4
Seasonality of the chemical composition of PM1 over Cyprus using near real-time measurements. Sources and geographic origin I.Stavroulas, J. Sciare et al.  
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P.5
Long-term variability of chemical and physical composition of aerosols at Finokalia (Eastern Mediterranean)  
N. Mihalopoulos et al., 
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P.6
Trends and climatology of Light absorption by Black carbon in the European High Arctic for a period of 15 years K. Eleftheriadis   PDF
 P.7
Multi-decadal trends of Sulfur Species - Preliminary Results Augustin Mortier et al.   PDF
P.8 2-year comparison of high time resolution in-situ and ceilometer measurements at Montsec: Application to the study of aerosol hygroscopicity G. Titos, M. Ealo, A. Alastuey and M. Pandolfi PDF
P.9
Submicrometer aerosol hygroscopic behavior during local and long-range transport episodes at a suburban site in Madrid E. Alonso-Blanco, F. J. Gómez-Moreno, M. Becerril-Valle, E. Coz, L. Nuñez, M. Pujadas, E. Díaz and B. Artíñano   
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 P.10
Features of new particle formation in Central European background air  
Molnár, Á., Imre, K., Bécsi, Zs., Aalto, P., Ferenczi, Z.
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P.11
 From air quality to climate: Impact of aerosol sources on optical properties at urban, regional and continental levels in the north-western Mediterranean Marina Ealo, Andrés Alastuey, Noemí Pérez, Anna Ripoll, Xavier Querol and Marco Pandolfi   PDF
P.12 Multi-year aerosol study based on aerosol radiative properties at El Arenosillo Observatory: emphasis on an extreme Saharan desert dust episode in February 2016. Sorribas, M., Andrews, B., Adame, J.A., del Águila, A., Yela, M., Sheridan, P., and Ogren, J.A.   PDF 
P.13 Vertically-resolved characterization of the February 2016 exceptional Saharan dust episode over the Iberian Peninsula by four EARLINET stations J.L. Guerrero-Rascado, M. J. Costa, M. Sicard, J.L. Gómez-Amo, J. A. Benavent-Oltra, R. Román, D. Bortoli, C. Marcos, P. Ortiz-Amezcua,  A. Cazorla, A. Comerón, C. Muñoz-Porcar, A. Rodriguez, and L. Alados-Arboledas    PDF
P.14 Long term changes of the aerosol properties over Thessaloniki using measurements from the EARLINET database and the Single Calculus Chain during the period 2000-2016 N. Siomos, K. A. Voudouri, D.S. Balis , E. Giannakaki , V. Amiridis, M. Filioglou, A. Papayannis , G. D' Amico  PDF
 P.15
Radiative forcing estimates from climatological EARLINET observations over Warsaw, Poland Iwona S. Stachlewska, Krzysztof M. Markowicz, Lucja Janicka, Dominika Szczepanik, Wojtek Kumala, Holger Baars, and Ronny Engelmann   PDF
P.16 Automatic aerosol classification for the EARLINET long-term database N. Papagiannopoulos, L. Mona, V. Amiridis, I. Binietoglou, G. D'Amico, P. Guma-Claramunt, A. Schwarz, L. Alados-Arboledas A. Amodeo, A. Apituley, D. Bortoli, A. Comeron, J.L. Guerrero-Rascado, M. Mylonaki, D. Nicolae, A. Papayannis, G. Pappalardo, U. Wandinger, and M. Wiegner    PDF
 P.17 Depolarization measurements: comparisons of UPC and SCC processing Alejandro Rodríguez-Gómez, Michaël Sicard, Adolfo Comerón, Rubén Barragán, Constantino Muñoz, Francesc Rocadenbosch     PDF
 P.18
Constraining lidar stand-alone retrievals with lunar photometry measurements Pablo Ortiz-Amezcua, Juan Luis-Guerrero Rascado, Jose Antonio Benavent-Oltra, Roberto Román, Christine Böckmann, Lucas Alados-Arboledas      PDF
P.19
Preliminary results of aerosol profile retrievals at night combining multi-wavelength lidar, lunar photometry and sky camera images J. A. Benavent-Oltra, R. Román, D. Pérez, P. Ortiz-Amezcua, A. Cazorla, A. Barreto,J.L. Guerrero-Rascado,C. Toledano, A. Lopatin, B. Torres,O. Dubovik, P. Goloub, F.J. Olmo and L. Alados-Arboledas     PDF
P.20 Aerosol concentration profiles obtained by GRASP code combining ceilometer and sun photometer measurements R. Román, J. A. Benavent-Oltra, J. A. Casquero-Vera, A. Cazorla, H. Lyamani, C. Toledano, D. Fuertes, B. Torres, O. Dubovik, F. J. Olmo, and L. Alados-Arboledas   PDF
P.21 Day and night time retrieval of vertical profile of aerosol properties using a multi-temporal and multi–instrumental approach A. Lopatin, O. Dubovik, I. Veselovskii, P. Goloub et al.   PDF
P.22 Challenges in aerosol absorption profiling. Tsekeri A., Amiridis V., Lopatin A., Marinou E., Igloffstein, J., Giannakaki, E., Pikridas M., Sciare J., Gerasopoulos E., Liakakou E., Wehner, B., Baars H., Kottas M., Mamali, D., Kokkalis P., Raptis I.P., Stavroulas, I., Solomos S., Binietoglou I., Mihalopoulos N., Papayannis, A., Engelmann R., Wandinger U., Ansmann A., Dubovik O.   PDF
P.23
Vertical separation of the atmospheric aerosol components by using POLIPHON retrieval in polarized Micro Pulse Lidar (P-MPL) measurements: Case studies of specific climate-relevant aerosol types Carmen Córdoba-Jabonero, Michaël Sicard, Albert Ansmann, Ana del Águila, and Holger Baars  
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P.24
Characterization of aerosol hygroscopic growth over Madrid through remote sensing techniques A. J. Fernández, F. Molero, M. Becerril-Valle, E. Alonso-Blanco, M. Barreiro, L. Nuñez, P. Salvador, M. Palacios, F.J. Gómez, E. Díaz, E. Coz, A. Hernanz, B. Artíñano and M. Pujadas   PDF
P.25 Study of Aerosol Hygroscopic Enhancement factor by combination of lidar and microwave radiometer (MWR) A. Bedoya, F. Navas-Guzmán, M. J. Granados-Muñoz, J.L., Guerrero-Rascado and L. Alados-Arboledas  PDF
P.26 Design of the airborne multi-wavelength high spectral resolution lidar MULTIPLY
Trace Gases    
Livio Belegante, Ilya Serikov, Panos Kokkalis, Bjorn Bruegmann, Ludwig Worbes, Victor Nicolae, Iwona Stachlewska      PDF
P.27 NOx measurements at Auchencorth Moss: Summary of 2016 photolytic and thermal NOx measurements J. Kentisbeer, I Simmons, MR Jones, S R Leeson, M M Twigg, CF Braban   PDF
P.28 Variability of volatile organic compounds observed at two Mediterranean remote sites (Cape Corsica and Cyprus Atmospheric Observatory) in relation with the organic aerosol composition. S. Sauvage, V. gros, J. Sciare, V. Michoud, C. Debevec, M. Pikridas, B. Bonsang, S., Dusanter, N. Locoge PDF
P.29 Development of fast and automated QA/QC protocols for PTR-MS by exploiting gas standard injections from a sampling loop.
Clouds and humidity
 
Truman Wright, Dusan Materic, Rupert Holzinger  
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P.30 Lidar-based observations of the seasonal and spatial variability of heterogeneous ice formation in stratiform clouds Patric Seifert, Albert Ansmann, Holger Baars, Johannes Bühl, Thomas Kanitz, Stephanie Bohlmann, Ronny Engelmann and Clara Kunz 
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P.31 Simultaneous profiling of cloud and drizzle properties using ground-based radar, lidar and microwave radiometer Stephanie Rusli (TU Delft, KNMI), David Donovan (KNMI), Herman Russchenberg (TU Delft)   PDF
P.32 Properties of super-cooled liquid water topped sub-arctic clouds and precipitation during PaCE-2015 Hirsikko, A., Brus, D., O’Connor, E.J., Filioglou, M., Komppula, M., Romakkaniemi, S.   PDF
P.33 Cirrus cloud observations at the Atmospheric Observatory ‘El Arenosillo’ (SW Iberian Peninsula): A case study for radiative implications Ana del Águila, Laura Gómez, José Manuel Vilaplana, Mar Sorribas, and Carmen Córdoba-Jabonero   PDF
P.34
Direct observations of attenuation by wet radomes and antennas for 35 and 94GHZ cloud radars A. J. Illingworth and J C Nicol (univ of Reading, UK), C J Walden and W J Bradford (STFC, Chilbolton Observatory, UK) 
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P.35
 
Uncertainties and recent improvements of liquid water path observations by ground-based microwave radiometers with some examples from long-term Cloudnet station records Bernhard Pospichal, Ulrich Löhnert, Nils Küchler (University of Cologne) 
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P.36 Lidar and Microwave Radiometer Synergy for High Vertical Resolution Thermodynamic Profiling Maria Barrera-Verdejo, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Susanne Crewell and Ulrich Löhnert, University of Cologne, Paolo Di Girolamo from Università degli studi della Basilicata, Potenza (Italy)   PDF
P.37 Diffuse sunlight based calibration of the water vapor channel in the UPC Raman lidar
Campaigns, joint research and TNA
Constantino Muñoz-Porcar, Adolfo Comerón, Michaël Sicard, Alejandro Rodríguez-Gómez, Francesc Rocadenbosch, Rubén Barragán, David Garcia-Vizcaino    
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P.38
Real-time Chemical Characterization of Atmospheric Aerosols during the SLOPE Campaign Esther Coz, Juan Andrés Casquero-Vera, Hassan Lyamani, Diego Patrón Aguilera, Francisco José Olmo, Alberto Cazorla, Begoña Artiñano and Lucas Alados-Arboledas PDF
P.39 Characterization of in situ aerosol properties under different  atmospheric conditions during SLOPE campaign Juan Andrés Casquero-Vera, Hassan Lyamani, Diego Patrón Aguilera, Isaac Hormigo, Helmuth Horvath, Esther Coz, Inmaculada Foyo-Moreno, Francisco  José Olmo and Lucas Alados-Arboledas    PDF
P.40 SLOPE (Sierra Nevada Lidar AerOsol Profiling Experiment) AIRCRAFT CAMPAIGN Alberto Cazorla, Gloria Titos, Noemí Pérez, Marina Ealo, Hassan Lyamani, Juan Andrés Casquero-Vera, Jose Benavent, Roberto Román, Pablo Ortíz-Amezcua, Marco Pandolfi, Adrés Alastuey, Francisco José Olmo, Lucas Alados-Arboledas  
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P.41 Synergy of Doppler and Elastic lidar for studying atmospheric turbulence: AMAPOLA and SLOPE campaigns G. de A. Moreira,  J.L. Guerrero-Rascado, P. Ortiz-Amezcua, J. A. Benavent-Oltra, R. Román, A. Bedoya, E. Landulfo, L. Alados-Arboledas  PDF
P.42 Aerosol absorption from measurements and GARRLIC retrievals during SHADOW-2 campaign Qiaoyun Hu et al. 
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P.43 Aerosol absorption profiling in the framework of the ACTRIS-2 JRA1 campaigns in Germany, Greece and Cyprus. Tsekeri A., Amiridis V., Lopatin A., Marinou E., Igloffstein, J., Giannakaki, E., Pikridas M., Sciare J., Gerasopoulos E., Liakakou E., Wehner, B., Baars H., Kottas M., Mamali, D., Kokkalis P., Raptis I.P., Stavroulas, I., Solomos S., Binietoglou I., Mihalopoulos N., Papayannis, A., Engelmann R., Wandinger U., Ansmann A., Dubovik O.   PDF
P.44
Absorbing aerosols monitoring over Antarctica Lucas Alados-Arboledas, Gordillo M., Monick G, Román R., Lyamani H.   PDF
P.45
Aerosol sources derived from chemical and optical absorption measurements at Bucharest site Luminita Marmureanu, Jeni Vasilescu, Cristina Marin.    PDF
P.46 Overview and first results of the CINDI-2 campaign in Cabauw A. Apituley, M. van Roozendael, A. Richter, T. Wagner, U. Friess, F. Hendrick, and CINDI-2 participants   PDF
P.47 TD-PTR-MS measurements of organic aerosol and semivolatile gas phase compounds during the Actris JRA1 campaign at Cabauw, Netherlands, in autumn 2016 Kangming Xu, Jessica Strickland, Bas Henzing, Rupert Holzinger   PDF
 P.48 Black carbon mixing state and mass absorption coefficient observed during the Cabauw field experiment in fall 2016 R. Modini, M. Gysel, N. Bukowiecki, J.S. (Bas) Henzing, A. Apituley, M. Moerman, M. Ealo Alonso, P. Fetfatzis, K. Eleftheriadis and P. Laj    PDF
P.49
Eddy covariance fluxes of particles measured 60m above the ground at the CESAR observatory near Cabauw, Netherlands Alessia Mafodda, Paul Smeets, Bas Henzing, Marcel Moermann, Fred Bosveld, Arnoud Apituley, Rupert Holzinger      PDF
P.50
1-year routine atmospheric observations using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) over Cyprus: Strategy and perspectives Neitola, K., J. Sciare et al. PDF
P.51
Removal of nitrogen oxides and other organic pollutants from the gaseous phase by photocatalytic textiles. Simulations performed at the EUPHORE simulation chambers Amalia Muñoz, Esther Borrás, Milagros Ródenas, Teresa Vera, PDF
P.52 Atmospheric degradation of thiocarbamate herbicides under atmospheric conditions
Amalia Muñoz, Esther Borrás, Milagros Ródenas, Teresa Vera, Hans-Albert Pedersen.  PDF
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P.54 Gap Analysis for Integrated Atmospheric ECV CLImate Monitoring: The GAIA-CLIM H2020 project
ACTRIS sites and infrastructure
Fabio Madonna, P. Thorne, R. Davy, K. Kreher, J.-C. Lambert, B. Bell, J. Schulz, M. de Maziere, H. Lawrence, G. de Leeuw, A. Fasso, A. Meier, T. Verhoelst    PDF
P.55 The SIRTA atmospheric observatory. 15 years of national and transnational access for research and education.
Jean-Charles Dupont, M. Haeffelin, J. Badosa, I. Bastida, J.-A. Bravo-Aranda, C. Pietras, M.-A. Drouin, C. Boitel PDF
P.56 ACTRIS-CZ – the  national contribution to the Pan-European research infrastructure. M. Vana, A. Holubova, V. Zdimal, J. Klanova   PDF
P.57
The Cyprus Atmospheric Observatory: A new ACTRIS atmospheric observatory in the Eastern Mediterranean Middle East region J. Sciare et al.   PDF
P.58 SMEAR Estonia – air ion, aerosol and precursor gas measurements Steffen M. Noea, Urmas Hõrrakb, Sander Mirmeb, Marko Kaasikb, Alisa Krasnovaa, Dmitrii Krasnova, Kaupo Komsaareb, Ahto Kangurc.  PDF
P.59 The UK operational volcanic ash monitoring sun photometer–lidar network Joelle Buxmann, J. Mrziglod, M. Adam, A. Horseman, L. Blarel , P. Thierry, P. Goloub and J. Sugier  PDF
P.60 A century long term measurements of solar radiation and visibility in Athens
Calibration Centres, Date Centre, Physical access
Kazadzis, Founda et al. PDF
P.61 Calibration centre for reactive trace gases R. Steinbrecher, C. Plass-Dülmer, A. Claude, S Reiman, T. Petaya, F. Rohrer, S. Sauvage.   PDF
P.62
ACTRIS-NOx intercomparison 2016 at Hohenpeissenberg R. Holla, F. Rohrer, J. Englert, D. Weyrauch, D. Kubistin, and the participants-team. PDF
P.63 ECAC - The European Center for Aerosol Calibration within the 1st reporting period of ACTRIS
S. Schüttauf et al.     PDF
P.64
European AERONET calibration facility Philippe Goloub, C. Toledano, E. Cuevas PDF
P.65 ACTRIS Lidar Calibration Centre
Livio Belegante, V. Freudenthaler, L. Mona, A. Amodeo, D. Nicolae PDF
P.66 ACTRIS Data Centre Cathrine Lund Myhre, L. Mona, E. O’Connor, J. Descloitres, M. Fiebig    PDF
P.67 Physical access to ACTRIS observational facilities M. Ndisi et al.   PDF
P.68 ACTRIS Cloud radar calibration center. Experimental setup, operations and services
Other    
Herman Russchenberg, J.-C. Dupont, J. Delanoe, M. Haeffelin, C. Walden, A. Illingworth  PDF
P.69 Long-term observations of ice formation rate in mixed-phase cloud layers with Cloudnet
Johannes Buhl, Martin Radenz
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P.70  Making European Earth Observation Data Visible at global level
 Markus Fiebig
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F.1  Film of the Izaña Observatory centenary
(shown during beginning of P2 session, poster room)
Natalia Prats Porta, Emilio Cuevas  et al.   PDF