Tuesday, November 18, 2008: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Salon C (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Environmental Division (09)

#270 - Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (09006)
This session on "Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics" is meant to replace the session formerly known as "Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Atmospheric Chemistry". It is intended for researchers wishing to present work on any aspect of chemical or physical processes in the atmosphere of relevance to chemical engineers and atmospheric scientists. For research primarily related to aerosols/particles, please consider the related session "Atmospheric Aerosols and Particle Studies".
Chair:V. Faye McNeill
CoChair:Timothy M. Raymond
12:30 PMHeterogeneous Uptake of Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane (D4) and Decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) on Reactive Dust Aerosol: Experiments and Atmospheric Implications
Juan G. Navea, Charles O. Stanier, Mark A. Young, Vicki H. Grassian, Shihe Xu
12:50 PMEvaluation of Long-Range Transport of Atmospheric Particulate Matter Using a Regional Chemical Transport Model
Kristina M. Wagstrom, Spyros N. Pandis
1:10 PMDecomposition of the Primary Ozonide: Towards a Better Understanding of Ozonolysis Kinetics
Scott A. Epstein, Neil M. Donahue
1:30 PMThe Sensitivity of Modeled Ozone to Changes In the Temporal Distribution of Area, Point, Mobile and Non-Road Emissions
Patricia Castellanos, Sheryl Ehrman, Russell Dickerson, Jeffrey Stehr, Dale Allen
1:50 PMEnvironmental Foresight through Computational Chemistry: Improved Radiative Forcing Predictions for Global Warming Potentials
Paul Blowers, Maurice Lee
2:10 PMData-Driven Statistical Analysis of Global Climate Change
Ian J. Laurenzi

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