Final ACITES Network meeting
The final Atmospheric Chemistry In The Earth System (ACITES) Network meeting will be held on Thursday 19th and Friday 20th February 2015 at the Cedar Court Grand Hotel, Station Rise, York.
Register Now - to attend the final ACITES Network Meeting. Please note: Places are limited to 80 delegates, early registration is advisable. There will not be an Emerging Scientists day for this meeting (unlike previous meetings).
The closing date for registration is Monday 26th January 2015
Third ACITES Network meeting
The third Atmospheric Chemistry In The Earth System (ACITES), NERC funded Network meeting will be held on Monday 1st and Tuesday 2nd December, with the ACITES Emerging Scientist meeting on the following day, Wednesday 3rd. Both meetings will be at the Royal York Hotel (next to the York railway station).
Network meeting The 2 days will consist of presentations and a poster session. Dr Jean-Francois Lamarque CESM Project Lead for the CESM from NCAR will be the keynote speaker. There will be an open session for presentations from the community, if you would like to talk in this session please fill in the registration form appropriately.
Second ACITES Network meeting
The second ACITES Network meeting will be held on Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd December 2013, with the ACITES Emerging Scientist meeting on the following day, Wednesday 4th December. Both meetings will be at the Royal York Hotel (next to the York railway station).
The two days will consist of presentations, poster session and a trip into York. Prof. Daniel Jacob from Harvard University, Cambridge, MA will be the keynote speaker. There will be a session on depositional and transport processes relevant for Atmospheric Chemistry in Earth System Models. There will be a short open session for presentations from the community.
Support for international model comparison meetings
As part of the ACITES network we are going to support individuals to attend the following international model inter-comparison meetings.
TO BE ADVISED
The ACITES funding to support these meetings is relatively small, needs to be spent over the whole lifetime of the projects and there will more people wanting support than we can support. So we will try to
i) Maximize the number of UK institutions represented
ii) Give preference to people who have serious plans to, and if appropriate a history of, providing leadership to activities within the project (preferably resulting in publications) rather than only providing model data.
iii) Favour 'emerging' scientists
If you would like to be considered for funding to attend one of these meeting please fill in this form:
2nd International Workshop on BVOC Modelling and Applications
The two-day workshop was held at the UK Met Office in Exeter, UK, on June 10th and 11th 2013 and was organized by the Met Office together with the NERC ACITIES Network programme. The goal of the workshop was to provide a platform for discussion to the national and international BVOC modelling community and communities that apply these models in the fields of atmospheric composition, air quality and Earth system modelling. Model evaluation with respect to observations will also be a key focus.
The workshop consisted of invited presentations covering four key areas:
- Current status of BVOC emission models including progress since the last workshop
- BVOC measurements and model evaluation
- Role of BVOCs in atmospheric composition
- Role of BVOCs in the Earth system
Each session consisted of a series of invited presentations, followed by an extended discussion. On the second day a plenary session closed the workshop. A poster session on Day 1 and a plenary discussion on Day 2 provided additional opportunities for exchange.
The Workshop should be of interest to students, postdocs and research scientists at all levels. Delegates would be expected from universities, national and international research institutions and government bodies who's focus lies in modelling and/or measurement of BVOC emissions and applications in the field of atmospheric quality and climate/Earth system modelling.