Workshop Details
New Insights Into Gas-Phase Atmospheric Chemistry
07/28/2014 - 08/01/2014
Meeting Description:

This workshop is an outgrowth of "Organic Particles in the Atmosphere: Formation, Properties, Processing, and Impact" and "Aerosol-Cloud Chemistry Workshop

Gas-phase oxidative chemistry of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) via HOx (OH+HO2), ozone, and NO3 is central to tropospheric ozone and secondary organic aerosol (SOA) production. SOA and ozone both affect human health and influence climate. Recent work is providing new insights into important details of this chemistry, such as discrepancies in the HOx budget and the production of higher-generation VOC oxidation products. Understanding the HOx budget and the details of the formation of higher-generation oxygenated VOCs is important, as usually multiple oxidation steps are necessary to reduce the volatility of VOCs enough to form SOA, and as all oxidation steps contribute to ozone production. There has been substantial progress in a more complete mechanistic understanding of VOC oxidation, in particular for isoprene, both from theoretical and modeling studies, as well as from field and laboratory experiments. The meeting will aim at presenting a comprehensive review of the state-of-the-art of gas phase atmospheric chemistry. It will also address outstanding questions and will include discussions of areas for future research. The meeting will complement the meeting on atmospheric aerosol, which is proposed for the same time period.


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Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Avenue Telluride CO 81435

New Insights Into Gas-Phase Atmospheric Chemistry Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Ammann, Markus Paul Scherrer Institute
Carlton, Ann Marie Rutgers University
de Gouw, Joost NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory
Fry, Juliane Reed College
Fuchs, Hendrik Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
Lee, James University of York
Meskhidze, Nicholas NC State University
Muller, Jean-Francois Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (BIRA-iASB)
Murphy, Jennifer University of Toronto
Orphal, Johannes Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Percival, Carl University Of Manchester
Roberts, James NOAA/ESRL Chemical Sciences Division
Shepson, Paul Purdue University
Steiner, Allison University of Michigan
Stevens, Philip Indiana University
Taraborrelli, Domenico Max Planck Institute for Chemistry
Veres, Patrick NOAA
Wennberg, Paul Caltech

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