14th Symposium on Aerosol–Cloud–Climate Interactions

Abstract Information

Abstracts are due by 3 August 2021 at 11:59 PM EDT

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Abstract Fee and Author Instructions

The 14th Symposium on Aerosol–Cloud–Climate Interactions is sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and organized by the AMS Committee on Atmospheric Chemistry.

Call for Papers

Papers for the 14th Symposium on Aerosol–Cloud–Climate Interactions are solicited on the following:

  • Advances in observational and modeling studies of the role of mineral dust in the Earth system
  • Aerosol-Cloud Interactions in Deep Convective Clouds
  • Aerosol-cloud interactions in mixed-phase clouds
  • Aerosol-cloud interactions in warm clouds
  • Aerosol-radiation interactions
  • Challenges and Progress in Understanding, Simulating and Forecasting Fog
  • Measurements and modeling of CCN and INP
  • New observations and modeling studies of smoke-cloud-radiation-climate interactions
  • The Role of Atmospheric Chemistry in Aerosol-Cloud-Radiation-Meteorology Interactions

Joint Sessions

  • Aerosol-climate interactions from regional to global scale (Joint between the 14th Symposium on Aerosol - Cloud - Climate Interactions and the 35th Conference on Climate Variability and Change)
  • Changes in Cloud and Precipitation Related to Anthropegenic Aerosol (Joint between the 23rd Conference on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification and the 14th Symposium on Aerosol - Cloud - Climate Interactions)

Student Award Opportunities

The Symposium Organizing Committee will host a student paper competition with award certificates and cash prizes for exemplary undergraduate and graduate student poster and oral presentations. Students must be the first author and presenting their own, original work. Students who wish to be considered for this prize must indicate their eligibility when submitting their abstract.

Conference Contacts

For additional information, please contact the program chairs: Yuan Wang (yuan.wang@caltech.edu), Nicole Reimer (nriemer@illinois.edu), and Xiaowen Li (xiaowen.li@nasa.gov).