AC-VC-15

Event Dates: June 10th - 12th, 2019

 

The 15th Meeting of the Atmospheric Composition Virtual Constellation

Hosted by: The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Location: Tokyo, Japan

Detailed Agenda

Monday, June 10th, 2019 – Day 1

   
  ID #   Chair/speaker time (min)
9:00-9:30   Registration    
9:30   Welcome    
9:30 1.1 Welcome by host [ Presentation ] Teruyuki Nakajima (JAXA) 10
9:40 1.2 Opening, meeting goals [ Presentation ] Jay Al-Saadi (NASA) & Ben Veihelmann (ESA) 10
         
9:50   Greenhouse Gas Session Dave Crisp (JPL)  
    Mission Status Reports  
9:50 1.3 GOSAT and GOSAT-2 [ Presentation ] Kei Shiomi/Akihiko Kuze (JAXA) – TBD 15
10:05 1.4 OCO-2 and OCO-3 [ Presentation] David Crisp (NASA/JPL) 15
10:20 1.5 TanSat [ Presentation ] Yi Liu (CAS), David Crisp (NASA) 10
10:30 1.6 Sentinel 5p TROPOMI Mission Status [ Presentation ] Claus Zehner (ESA) 10
10:40 1.7 Sentinel 5p TROPOMI CH4 results [ Presentation ] Jochen Landgraf (SRON) 10
10:50 1.8 MicroCarb [ Presentation ] Claude Camy-Peyret (IPSL) 15
11:05   Coffee Break   25
11:30 1.9 GeoCarb [ Presentation ] Sean Crowell (OU) 15
11:45 1.10 AIM-North mission overview [ Presentation ] Dylan Jones (Toronto), Ray Nassar (CSA) 15
12:00 1.11 Sentinel CO2 Mission Valerie Fernandez (ESA) 15
12:15 1.12 Cross Calibration of GHG Missions [ Presentation ] Ahkihiko Kuze (JAXA, CEOS WGCV),
Rose Munro (EUMETSAT, GSICS)
30
12:45 1.13 Validation with TCCON [ Presentation ] Isamu Morino (NIES) 15
13:00 1.14 Validation with Aircraft – CONTRAIL [ Presentation ] Toshinobu Machida (NIES) 15
         
13:15   Lunch 75 minutes   75
         
Afternoon Session – Preparing for the 2023 and 2028 Global Stocktakes  
14:30 1.15 The CEOS AC-VC GHG Initiative [ Presentation ] David Crisp (NASA/JPL) 20
14:50 1.16 Estimating methane emission trends with GOSAT [ Presentation ] Aki Tsuruta (FMI) 20
15:10 1.17 Implications for bias in flux inversions [ Presentation ] Takashi Maki (MRI/JMA) 20
15:30 1.18 Regional scale trends from OCO-2 and GOSAT [ Presentation ] Prabir Patra (JAMSTEC) 20
15:50 1.19 The CO2 Human Emissions Initiative [ Presentation ] Richard Engelen (ECMWF) 20
16:10   Coffee Break   30
16:40 1.20 NASA Carbon Monitoring System Flux (CMS-Flux) update [ Presentation ] Kevin Bowman (NASA/JPL) 20
17:00 1.21 The OCO-2 Flux MIP [ Presentation ] Sean Crowell (OU) 20
17:20 1.22 CEOS SIT Chair update on ‘Carbon and Biomass’ [ Presentation ] Stephen Ward (JAXA) 10
17:30 1.23 Discussion: Integrating Results into a Flux Product David Crisp (NASA/JPL) 30
18:00   Adjourn    
         

Tuesday, June 11, 2019 – Day 2

   
         
9:00   AQ/GHG co-benefits Kevin Bowman (JPL) and Hiroshi Tanimoto (CGER-NIES)  
    Multi-constituent data assimilation and OSSEs  
9:00 2.1 Carbon cycle and satellite data contribution to the global stocktake [ Presentation ] Nobuko Saigusa, Hiroshi Tanimoto (CGER-NIES) 15
9:15 2.2 Copernicus and the Global Effort for Monitoring of Anthropogenic GHG Emissions [ Presentation ] Hugo Zunker (EC) 15
9:30 2.3 ODIAC fossil fuel emission inventory effort and challenges of CO2 emission inventories for future monitoring support activities [ Presentation not available ] Tomohiro Oda (USRA) 15
9:45 2.4 Development of a historical emission inventory in Asia and its evaluation  using inverse modeling with satellite observation [ Presentation not available ] Jun-ichi Kurokawa (ACAP) 15
10:00 2.5 NASA’s Carbon Cycle OSSE Initiative [ Presentation ] Lesley Ott (NASA) 15
10:15 2.6 Nature runs for GHG and AQ within CHE and CAMS [ Presentation ] Richard Engelen (ECMWF) 15
10:30   Group Photo and Coffee Break   30
11:00 2.7 Greenhouse Gases and Air Quality from AIM-North [ Presentation ] Dylan Jones (U Toronto) 15
11:15 2.8 Evaluation of relationships between urban CO2 and AQ from ground to space [ Presentation ] Hayoung Park/Sujong Jeong (SNU) 15
11:30 2.9 Predicting FF CO2 fluxes using top-down NOx and CO emissions estimated from multi-constituent chemical data assimilation [ Presentation ] Kazu Miyazaki (NASA) 15
11:45 2.10 Investigating the Utility of CO2 and CO Analysis in Tracking Fossil Fuel CO2 [ Presentation ] Ave Arellano (U Arizona) 15
12:00 2.11 Contribution of high spatial resolution NO2 data (1km) to local CO2 flux estimation [ Presentation not available ] Yugo Kanaya (JAMSTEC) 15
12:15 2.12 Mortality from particulate matter in cities worldwide: a challenge and an opportunity for co-benefits from low carbon development [ Presentation ] Daven Henze (U Colorado) 15
12:30 2.13 Session wrap-up and recommendations all 15
         
12:45   Lunch 75 minutes   75
         
14:00   CEOS news and Interdisciplinary topics Ben Veihelmann (ESA) and Jay Al-Saadi (NASA)  
14:00 2.14 Discussion of AC-VC leadership rotation, next meeting, any other business [ Presentation ] Jay Al-Saadi (NASA), Ben Veihelmann (ESA) 15
14:15 2.15 IGAC and opportunities for collaboration with CEOS AC-VC [ Presentation not available ] Hiroshi Tanimoto (NIES), Crawford, Melamed 15
14:30 2.16 GSICS cal/val activities for atmospheric composition reflective measurements [ Presentation ] Rose Munro (EUMETSAT) 15
         
14:45   AQ trace gas session Ben Veihelmann (ESA) and Jay Al-Saadi (NASA) 3h
    Mission status and plans of air quality missions.   
14:45 2.17 Status of GEMS [ Presentation ] Jhoon Kim (Yonsei University) 15
15:00 2.18 Status of TEMPO and using airborne data to simulate TEMPO spatial representativeness [ Presentation: Part 1 | Part 2 ] Kelly Chance (SAO), Jay Al-Saadi (NASA)  15
15:15 2.19 Status of Sentinel-4 [ Presentation ] Ben Veihelmann (ESA) 15
15:30   Coffee Break   30
16:00 2.20 Status of the S-5P Mission – Cal/Val lessons learned [ Presentation ] Claus Zehner (ESA) 15
16:15 2.21 S-5P Research Products [ Presentation ] Diego Loyola (DLR) 15
16:30 2.22 EMI data quality and in-orbit test results [ Presentation not available ] Liangfu Chen (CAS)  15
16:45 2.23 EUMETSAT Contribution to Sentinels [ Presentation ] Rose Munro (EUMETSAT) 15
17:00 2.24 Status of IR missions for air quality [ Presentation ] David Edwards (NCAR) 15
17:15 2.25 Status of the GEMS mission and air quality data analysis [ Presentation ] Ara Cho (NIER) 15
17:30 2.26 Japanese activity of satellite missions for the air quality [ Presentation ] Yasuko Kasai (NICT) 15
17:45   Adjourn    
         
19:00 2.27 Meeting Dinner (5 minutes walk) [ Information ]    
         

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 – Day 3

   
         
9:00   AQ trace gas session (continued) Ben Veihelmann (ESA) and Jay Al-Saadi (NASA)  
    Validation Activities  
9:00 3.1 S-5p operational validation status, lessons and perspectives for GEO-AQ and S5 [ Presentation ] Jean-Christopher Lambert (BIRA) 15
9:15 3.2 Status and plans for FRM activities in NDACC/MAX-DOAS context [ Presentation ] Michel Van Roozendael (BIRA) 15
9:30 3.3 Pandora Global Network (PGN) status and plans [ Presentation ] Michel Van Roozendael (BIRA) 15
9:45 3.4 Recent developments in ground-based networks in East Asia and strategies for GEMS validation [ Presentation ] Sang-Woo Kim (Seoul National U) 15
10:00 3.5 AC-VC discussion of validation needs document and possible concurrence; Next steps [ Presentation ] Ben Veihelmann (ESA) 30
10:30   Coffee Break   30
         
11:00   AQ aerosol Shobha Kondragunda (NOAA),
Ben Veihelmann (ESA)
 
    How to make the most from satellite observations of aerosol for air quality? What do we recommend?  
11:00 3.6 Goals for the meeting and anticipated outcome including summary of 2018 meeting  Co-chairs 5
11:05 3.7 First results from radiance assimilation for aerosols [ Presentation ] Ben Veihelmann (ESA) 15
11:20 3.8 Aerosol property retrievals from AHI and GOCI : Implications for AMI [ Presentation ] Jhoon Kim (Yonsei University) 15
11:35 3.9 The Impact of Geostationary Aerosol Observations on the GEOS Aerosol Forecasting System [ Presentation ] Arlindo Da Silva (NASA) 15
11:50 3.10 MAIAC algorithm for Himawari [ Presentation ] Alexie Lyapustin (NASA) 15
12:05 3.11 NOAA GOES-16 AOD and new approaches to scaling it to PM2.5 [ Presentation ] Shobha Kondragunta (NOAA) 15
12:20 3.12 AOD vs. PM2.5 Compare and Contrast between USA and Asia [ Presentation ] Amy Huff (Pennsylvania State U.) 15
         
12:35   Lunch 75 minutes   75
         
13:50 3.13 Staus of the 1st KORUS-AQ and introduction of the 2nd KORUS-AQ [ Presentation ] Dong-Won Lee (NIER) 15
14:05 3.14 Aerosol observations from current and future EUMETSAT and Copernicus Missions [ Presentation ] Rose Munro (EUMETSAT) 15
14:20 3.15 withdrawn   15
14:35 3.16 GEO-LEO aerosol from Himawari and SGLI onboard GCOM-C [ Presentation ] Mayumi Yoshida (JAXA) 15
14:50 3.17 An Overview of the Aerosol and Clouds-Convection Precipitation Study and its Relationship to the Geostationary Atmospheric Composition Virtual Constellation [ Presentation ] Arlindo Da Silva (NASA) 15
15:05 3.18 Session wrap-up and recommendations [ Notes ] all 15
15:20   Coffee Break   25
         
15:45   Tropospheric Ozone  Gordon Labow (NASA) and Diego Loyola (DLR)  
    Status and plans of tropospheric ozone products. Consistent long-term data sets.  
15:45 3.19 Total Ozone CEOS wrap-up [ Presentation ] Diego Loyola (DLR) 15
16:00 3.20 Tropospheric Ozone from OMPS and MLS  [ Presentation ] Gordon Labow (NASA) 15
16:15 3.21 Tropospheric ozone profiles from the synergism of AIRS and OMI [ Presentation ] Dejian Fu (NASA) 15
16:30 3.22 Tropospheric ozone retrievals from TropOMI   [ Presentation ] Diego Loyola (DLR) 15
16:45 3.23 Tropospheric Ozone from GOME-2 [ Presentation ] Richard Siddans (RAL) 15
17:00 3.24 Tropospheric Ozone from IASI [ Presentation ] Anne Boynard (LATMOS) 15
17:15 3.25 Tropospheric Ozone from IASI + GOME-2  Juan Cuesta (LISA) 15
17:30 3.26 The Great Tropospheric Ozone CookOff   [ Presentation ] Gordon Labow (NASA) 15
17:45 3.27 Session wrap-up and recommendations all 15
18:00   Meeting End