Announcements
2019 Annual Meeting
Important dates
Program
Scientific Meeting
Propose Sessions
Opens: 31 Jul 2018
Closes: 23 Oct 2018

Submit Abstracts
Apply for Reduced Fee
Opens 20 Nov 2018
Closes 12 Feb 2019
General Election
Nominations
Opens: 4 Sep 2018
Closes: 18 Dec 2018

List Candidates
23 Apr 2019

E-Voting
Opens: 30 Jul 2019 (2pm)
Closes: 2 Aug 2019 (2pm)
AOGS Awards
Axford Medal & Honorary Member

Nominations
Opens: 4 Sep 2018
Closes: 18 Dec 2018

Announce Awards
21 May 2019

Special Sessions

Special Sessions | Program Overview

Session Code Session Title  
Special Sessions
SS01 Satellite Observations for Tropical Cyclone Research Details
SS02 The Brewer-Dobson and Hadley Circulations in a Changing Climate: Evolution and Impacts Details
SS03 Mineral Desert Dust Details
SS04 Oceans Details
SS05 Space Agency Remote Sensing of the Earth Details


Special Sessions

30 Jul | 31 Jul | 01 Aug

SS01 - Satellite Observations for Tropical Cyclone Research
Tue-30 Jul | 1:30PM - 3:30PM | L3, Nicoll 3
Conveners: Tsengdar LEE, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Jack A. KAYE, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Yukari TAKAYABU, University of Tokyo
"Assimilation of TC Inner Core Surface Winds by CYGNSS into Forecast Models" (Abstract)

Chris RUF
University of Michigan
"Assimilation of Passive and Active Sensors on Satellites to Improve Tropical Cyclone Forecasts" (Abstract)

Kozo OKAMOTO
Japan Meteorological Agency
"Raindrop Size Distribution Characteristics of Typhoon and Non-typhoon Precipitations Observed over North Taiwan" (Abstract)

Pay-Liam LIN
National Central University
"Future Challenges in Tropical Cyclone Models and the Emphasis on Integrated Digital Systems" (Abstract)

Ben Evans
Australian National University, Australia


SS05 - Space Agency Remote Sensing of the Earth
Wed-31 Jul | 11:00AM - 12:30PM | L3, Nicoll 1
Conveners: Wenjian ZHANG, World Meteorological Association
Richard ECKMAN, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
"NASA Earth Science Division Satellite Program – Status and Update"(Abstract)

Jack A. KAYE
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
"NOAA’s Space-based Remote Sensing Activities" (Abstract)

Ivan CSISZAR
NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service
"Current and Future Japanese EO Satellite Programs and Related Activities and Issues" (Abstract)

Teruyuki NAKAJIMA
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency


SS03 - Mineral Desert Dust
Wed-31 Jul | 1:30PM - 3:30PM | L3, Nicoll 1
Conveners: Sang-Woo KIM, Seoul National University
Jack A. KAYE, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Barry LEFER, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
"AD-Net, a Lidar Network for Observation of Three Dimensional Distribution of Asian Dust Particles" (Abstract)

Atsushi SHIMIZU
National Institute for Environmental Studies
"Following the Dust: Satellite Perspectives of Dust Sources, Transport, Deposition, and Impacts" (Abstract)

Hongbin YU
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
"Advancing the Capabilities to Predict the Atmospheric Burdens of Dust and its Impacts on Air Quality, Weather and More" (Abstract)

Gregory CARMICHAEL
The University of Iowa

SS04 - Oceans
Thu-1 Aug | 8:30AM – 10:30AM | L3, MR301
Conveners: Jack A. KAYE, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Philip Li-Fan LIU, National University of Singapore
"The North Atlantic Aerosols and Marine Ecosystems Study (NAAMES)" (Abstract)

Michael BEHRENFELD
Oregon State University
"Observations and Model Assimilation Using GCOM-C/SGLI and Himawari-8/AHI in the Western Pacific Ocean" (Abstract)

Hiroshi MURAKAMI
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
"Korea's Geostationary Ocean Color Program - Toward Transboundary Collaboration" (Abstract)

Young-Je PARK
Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology
"Coral Reef Airborne Laboratory: A New Perspective on Coral Reefs" (Abstract)

Eric HOCHBERG
Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences

SS02 - The Brewer-Dobson and Hadley Circulations in a Changing Climate: Evolution and Impacts
Thu-1 Aug | 4PM - 6PM | L3, MR309
Conveners: Richard ECKMAN, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Shigeo YODEN, Kyoto University
"Widening and Weakening of the Hadley Circulation Under Global Warming" (Abstract)

Yongyun HU
Peking University
"Tightening of Tropical Ascent and the Implications for Global and Regional Hydrological Cycle" (Abstract)

Hui SU
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
"Improved Estimates of Recent Tropical Expansion and the Role of Natural Variability Versus Forced Change" (Abstract)

Sean DAVIS
NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory
"Past and Future Brewer-Dobson Circulation Changes and the Main Drivers" (Abstract)

Lei WANG
Fudan University
"Brewer-Dobson Circulation Diagnosed From Reanalysis Datasets" (Abstract)

Chiaki KOBAYASHI
Meteorological Research Institute



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