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  Poster Programme - AS3.18 Importance of aerosol water uptake and organic nitrogen compounds (co-listed in BG)

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Convener: Trebs, I.
Co-Convener: Mayol, O., Metzger, S.

Author in Attendance:

Tuesday, 15 April 2008 17:30 - 19:00
Display Time: Tuesday, 15 April 2008 08:00 -
Tuesday, 15 April 2008 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: MAYOL, O.

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EGU2008-A-11410;  AS3.18-1TU5P-0104
Lara, L.; Holland, E.; Artaxo, P.; Collett, J.; Camargo, P.; Pauliquevis, T.; Martinelli, L.
Organic and Inorganic Nitrogen in Amazon and Atlantic Forest: Coupling in aerosol fog water and rain water interactions

EGU2008-A-07821;  AS3.18-1TU5P-0105
Violaki, K; Mihalopoulos, N
Water-soluble organic nitrogen in atmospheric fine and coarse particles in Eastern Mediterranean (cancelled)

EGU2008-A-00723;  AS3.18-1TU5P-0106
Gilardoni, S.; Liu, S.; Takahama, S.; Russell, L. M.
Contribution of amino acids and amines to submicron organic aerosol in Mexico City during MILAGRO 2006.

EGU2008-A-01721;  AS3.18-1TU5P-0107
Rinaldi, M.; Facchini, M.C. ; Finessi, E.; Carbone, C.; Decesari, S.; Fuzzi, S.; Moretti, F.; Tagliavini, E.; Ceburnis , D.; O'Dowd, C. D.
Identification of alkyl-aminium salts in North Atlantic marine aerosol samples

EGU2008-A-01254;  AS3.18-1TU5P-0108
Martin, S.T.; Rosenoern, T.; Chen, Q.; Collins, D.R.
A 1by3-TDMA for the study of the phase changes of ambient particles in the Southern Great Plains of Oklahoma, USA

EGU2008-A-10058;  AS3.18-1TU5P-0109
Elias, T.; Haeffelin, M.; Drobinski, P.; Dupont, J. C.; Fesquet, C.; Holin, H.; Dupont, E.; Musson-Genon, L.; Bergot, T.; Gomes, L.
The fog life cycle described by the ParisFog field experiment

EGU2008-A-06512;  AS3.18-1TU5P-0110
Elias, T.; Haeffelin, M.; Drobinski, P.; Gomes, L.; Rangognio, J.; Bergot, T.; Chazette, P.; Raut, J. C.
Light extinction during the fog life cycle: a result from the ParisFog experiment

EGU2008-A-11782;  AS3.18-1TU5P-0111
Morales-García, F.; Mayol-Bracero, O.L.; Metzger, S.; Lelieveld, J.
Hygroscopicity of atmospheric particles in the Caribbean: the impact of organics using the EQSAM3

EGU2008-A-08725;  AS3.18-1TU5P-0112
Xu, L.; Penner, J.; Metzger, S.
A comparison of water uptake by aerosols using two thermodynamic models

EGU2008-A-01154;  AS3.18-1TU5P-0113
Metzger, S; Pringle, K; Lelieveld, J
Introducing the GM7/EQSAM3 aerosol dynamics and thermodynamics model; a more comprehensive treatment of hygroscopic growth

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