The workshop objectives and discussions will
cover :measurement/model comparison of ozone RF estimates from TES (Kevin Bowman),air quality and
climate penalty (Bill Collins),deposition of nitrogen and sulfur (Frank Dentener),comparisons with ice
core observations and modern aircraft/satellite data (troposphere & stratosphere) (Jean-François Lamarque and Veronika
Eyring),evaluation of ozone budget and methane lifetime, comparison with ozonesondes (David Stevenson),
aeroCom-style evaluation of models vs multiple datasets (AeroNet, satellite, etc.) (Michael Schulz),evaluation
of radiative forcing and of climate response (Drew Shindell),response to isoprene change (Paul Young),
changes in convection and lightning over time (Ruth Doherty),analysis of OH behavior over time (Apostolos
1) status of simulations by the various groups
2) results from the analysis of model runs
3) next steps
The exact agenda will depend on who is able to attend and so will be determined in mid-March, but it is hoped that most
of the time will be spend on analysis of results to date. Sub-topic areas and associated leads which have been identified
To assist in setting the agenda we ask that you submit a short, informal "abstract" (see the
"registration" page) stating you/your groups plans for participation in the ACC-MIP, the current status of your
ACC-MIP model runs, and your interest in the topic areas above. If there are other areas you'd like to see addressed
at the workshop please comment on this as well (following the abstract).
Limited funds are available to support
attendance to the workshop. If you would like to be considered for funding support, please send an email
to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact information, an
estimate of the costs you need covered, and a brief statement of your involvement in ACC-MIP.
and Jean-François Lamarque, ACC-MIP co-chairs.