MOZAIC-IAGOS Scientific symposium on atmospheric composition observation by commercial aircraft
Toulouse France12-15 May 2014
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Monday 12 May 13.00-19.00 Celebration of MOZAIC AIRBUS
  • Guy Brasseur -Science achievements of MOZAIC
  • Leonard Barrie -The role of IAGOS and european infrastructures in global air chemistry research
  • Gelsomina Pappalardo -Visions for a future integrated global atmospheric composition observations system
  • Andreas Volz-Thomas -Future prospects of IAGOS
  • Dinner sponsored by AIRBUS
    Tuesday 13 May 9.00-18.00 Scientific symposium CIC - Météo-France
      session 1 :Evaluation/validation of satellites and surface remote sensing
    invited talk by Peter van Velthoven, KNMI, Netherlands
    session 2 :Long-range transport of air pollutants
    invited talk by Kathy Law, LATMOS-IPSL, Paris, France
    session 3 :Recent and new technical developments
    invited talks by Philippe Nedelec, CNRS, France, and Christophe Gerbig, MPI-BGC, Jena, Germany
    reception at the City Hall of Toulouse
    Wednesday 14 May 9.00-18.00 Scientific symposium CIC - Météo-France
      session 4 :UTLS chemical composition and trends
    invited talk by Bill Randel, NCAR, Boulder, USA
    session 5 :Monitoring atmospheric composition, climate and air quality
    invited talk by Vincent-Henri Peuch, ECMWF, UK
    cocktail at the CIC-Météo-France
    Thursday 15 May 9.00-13.00 Scientific symposium CIC - Météo-France
      session 6 :Water vapour and clouds
    invited talk by Peter Spichtinger, Univ. Mainz, Germany


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