GML highlights at the 2024 AMS annual meeting


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GML and CIRES researchers are presenting several talks and posters, and collaborating on others, at the 2024 annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society. The meeting runs from January 29 – February 1. Highlights are below.


Monday, January 29 

Building a Greenhouse Gas Atmospheric Observing System for the Next Decade
Presenter: Colm Sweeney 
10:45–11:00 AM EST, 321/322 (The Baltimore Convention Center) 

Ground-based validation of the NOAA-20 NUCAPS and OMPS Ozone profiles for use in climate records (Poster 180)
Presenter: Irina Petropavlovskikh (GML/CIRES)
3:00–4:30 PM EST, Hall E - 100 Level (The Baltimore Convention Center)

Tuesday, January 30 

Wednesday, January 31 

NOAA's Mauna Loa Atmospheric Baseline Observatory NET-ZERO Initiative
Presenter: Christine Smith 
2:00–2:15 PM EST, 341 (The Baltimore Convention Center) 

Thursday, February 1 

NOAA Carbon Monitoring, Research and Innovation: Long-Standing Foundation to Support Climate Mitigation
Presenter: Vanda Grubišić
2:30–2:45 PM EST, Holiday 4 (Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor) 

Multidecadal Variability of Solar Radiation at the Earth's Surface and its Causes
Presenter: John Augustine
2:30–2:45 PM EST, Ballroom III/IV - 400 Level (The Baltimore Convention Center) 


For more information, contact Karin Vergoth, GML Communications: