The impact of aerosol particles from anthropogenic and natural sources on clouds and cloud effects on aerosol is a large source of uncertainty in our ability to predict the present climate. It is a multifaceted problem that necessitates laboratory studies, observations in the ambient atmosphere and model simulations from the molecular scale to the global scale. This workshop will bring together new avenues of work by scientists in this field with complementary backgrounds including but not limited to: cloud microphysics and dynamics, ice nucleation, aerosol activation, and aerosol chemistry and microphysics. In each of these areas we strive to bring together experimentalists and modellers. The schedule will be coordinated to allow for exploring connections amongst all participants.
The registration fee also includes five breakfasts, two lunches, and the Wednesday night BBQ picnic.
If you are interested in attending a meeting, but have not received an invitation, please contact the workshop organizer about availability before registering. Most TSRC meetings are very small, typically only about 25 people. If you have registered for a meeting you were not invited to, you may be subject to a $100 fee.
Registration fee includes two catered lunches.
Telluride Elementary School
447 West Columbia Avenue Telluride CO 81435
|Capps, Shannon||University of Colorado|
|Carslaw, Ken||University of Leeds|
|Chuang, Patrick||UC Santa Cruz|
|DeMott, Paul||Colorado State University|
|Ekman, Annica||Stockholm University|
|Johnson, Jill||University of Leeds|
|Kreidenweis, Sonia||Colorado State University|
|Leaitch, Richard||Environment and Climate Change Canada|
|Petters, Markus||NC State University|
|Pierce, Jeffrey||Colorado State University|
|Riipinen, Ilona||Stockholm University|
|Stier, Philip||University of Oxford|
|Sullivan, Ryan||Carnegie Mellon University|
|Wilcox, Eric||Desert Research Institute|
|Zuidema, Paquita||University of Miami|