3rd International Workshop on Stratospheric Sulfur and its Role in Climate (SSiRC)

Mon 16th to Wed 18th May 2022 (in person, at Univ. Leeds, U.K)

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Poster Presentations

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Comprehensive analysis of observational data and UKESM1 simulations of the 2019 Raikoke eruption
Miss Alice Wells, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
Investigating stratospheric carbonyl sulfide removal and transport using age-of-air parameters
Mr Chenxi Qiu, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
GOMOS stratospheric aerosol measurements and retrievals with the AerGOM algorithm
Dr Christine Bingen, Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (BIRA-IASB) Belgium
Compiling a high vertical resolution volcanic SO2 data-set, and future modelling work
Miss Emma Axebrink, Lund University Sweden
Lidar observations of volcanic aerosol over the UK since July 2019
Geraint Vaughan, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
High-latitude explosive volcanic eruptions and their sensitivity to source parameters
Mr Herman Fuglestvedt, Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo Norway
Using the Infrared Atmospheric Sounding Interferometer (IASI) to study emissions from the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai eruption
Dr Isabelle Taylor, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Tropical Climate Variability in Indian Ocean with special reference to Bay of Bengal, India: Implications Climate Change
Dr Jayaraju Nadimikeri ,Yogi Vemana University, KADAPA, INDIA India
The Aerosol Limb Imager: a HAWC instrument for stratospheric aerosol and cloud profiling
Dr Landon Rieger, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
A comparison of stratospheric smoke events seen by SAGE II (1984-2005) and SAGE III (2017-2021)
Dr Larry W Thomason, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton VA, USA 
Examining the climate impacts of future volcanic eruptions
Ms Man Mei Chim, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Impact of Pinatubo-like Eruptions on Stratospheric Ozone With Varying Halogen Loadings
Prof Martyn Chipperfield, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Short overview of the stratospheric aerosol variability over the Reunion Island site: Evidence of volcanic eruptions and biomass burning impacts
Dr Nelson Begue, LACy (UMR CNRS 8105) France
The impact of the 1991 eruption of Cerro Hudson on Antarctic ozone as simulated in the NASA GEOS Earth system model
Mr Parker Case, University of Colorado Boulder, United States
What can we know for sure about the climate response to stratospheric aerosol geoengineering? A meta-analysis of CMIP5- and CMIP6-era runs
Dr Peter Irvine, UCL, United Kingdom
Rapid formation of sulphate aerosols following the January 2022 eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai
Professor Roy Grainger, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Volcanic eruptions and operational seasonal forecast systems
Dr Tim Stockdale, ECMWF, United Kingdom
Prolonged impact of volcanic eruption on stratospheric water vapour
Dr Xin Zhou, School of Atmospheric Science, Chengdu University of Information Technology China
1963-64 searchlight measurements of the Agung aerosol cloud from New Mexico and comparisons to UM-UKCA HErSEA-Agung and CMIP6 volcanic aerosol datasets
Miss Zhengyao Li, University of Leeds, China
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