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Conference Presentations

2013

  • M. Val Martin, R. Kahn, J. Logan and C.L. Heald, Satellite Observations and Computational Analysis Synergies: Aerosol Smoke Plume Heights and Impacts of Fires on Air Quality, Interface 2013 Symposium, From Large Earth Science Datasets to Compelling Scientific Results, Chapman University, California, April 4-6, 2013.

2012

  • C. L. Heald, D. A. Ridley, M. Val Martin, K. Lapina, Satellite and Modeling Synergies: Organic Aerosol, Ammonia, Colorado Fires and African Dust, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 3-7, 2012; Abstract A24C-09.
  • C. L. Heald, A. Berg, M. Val Martin, A. J. Meddens, J. A. Hicke, K. E. Hu Hartz, J F Lamarque, S. Tilmes, L. K. Emmons. Recent and predicted changes in atmospheric composition over the United States from climate, emissions, and pine beetles, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 3-7, 2012; Abstract A42D-03
  • S. Arnold, M. Val Martin, C. L. Heald, J F Lamarque, S. Tilmes, L. K. Emmons. Future local and remote influences on Mediterranean ozone air quality and climate forcing, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 3-7, 2012; Abstract A43E-0191.
  • S. Wu, A. Kumar, M. Weise, R. C. Owen, L. J. Kramer, D. Helmig, M. Val Martin. Background ozone and carbon monoxide over the North Atlantic in the past decade, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 3-7, 2012; Abstract GC51B-1199.
  • M. Val Martin, C.L. Heald, J-F Lamarque, S. Tilmes and L. Emmons, Effects of Future Global Changes on Air Quality in the United States, AWMA Visibility and Air Pollution conference, WhiteFish, MT, September 26, 2012. (TALK)

2011

  • M. Val Martin, C.L. Heald, J-F Lamarque, S. Tilmes and L. Emmons, Effects of the Changing Climate and Emissions on the Air Quality in the U.S. National Parks,World Climate Research Programme Conference, Denver, October 27.
  • R A Kahn, J Limbacher, F Patadia, M Petrenko, M Val Martin, M Chin, B Gaitley, M Garay, D Nelson and S Scollo, Informing Aerosol Transport Models With Satellite Multi-angle Aerosol Measurements, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 9-12; Abstract A52D-06.
  • B. Zhang, R. C. Owen, M. Val Martin, L. J Kramer and J. A Perlinger, Potential causes of high d[O3]/d[CO] detected in the Azores Islands after hemispheric scale transport in the free troposphere, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 9-12; Abstract A41C-0114.

2009

  • M. Val Martin, J. A. Logan, R. A. Kahn, S. Freitas, D. L. Nelson, C. Ichoku, D. Diner,  F.-Y. Leung and A. Cantin, A parameterization of wildfire emission injection heights in North America: Analysis from satellite observations and models, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 14-18, 2009;   Eos Trans. AGU, 90 (52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A42D-05.
  • M. Val Martin, J. A. Logan, R. A. Kahn, S. Freitas, D. L. Nelson, C. Ichoku, D. Diner, F.-Y. Leung and A. Cantin, Atmospheric Chemistry Gordon Research Conference, Smoke Injection Heights from Fires in North America:  Towards a 1D Plume-rise Model Parameterization, August 24-27.
  • M. Val Martin, J. Logan, R. Kahn, F.-Y. Leung, D. Nelson and D. Diner, Smoke Injection Heights from Fires in North America, Atmospheric Chemistry Colloquium for Emerging Senior Scientists (ACCESS X), August 20-22.
  • M. Val Martin, J. Logan, S. Freitas, D. Nelson, C. Ichoku, R. Kahn, D. Diner, F.-Y. Leung and A. Cantin, Characterization of fire plume heights over North America: Merging MISR and MODIS data into modeling, European Geosciences Union Meeting, Vienna, Austria, April 14-24. (INVITED TALK)

2008

  • M. Val Martin, J. A. Logan, D. L. Nelson, C. Ichoku, R. A. Kahn, D. J. Diner, S. Freitas and F.-Y. Leung, Characterization of Vertical Transport of Fire Emissions over North America: Analysis of MISR Observations with a 1-D plume-resolving Model, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 14-19, 2008;   Eos Trans. AGU, 89 (53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract B41E-02.
  • R. Hudman, D.V. Spracklen, J. A. Logan, L. J. Mickley, M. Val Martin, S. Wu, R. Yevich, A. Cantin, M. Flannigan and A.L. Westerling, Effect of climate change on North American wildfire activity and impact on ozone air quality in the United States, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 14-19, 2008;Eos Trans. AGU, 89 (53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract B42B-06.
  • F.-Y. Leung, M. Val Martin, J. A. Logan,  D. J. Diner, D. L. Nelson, J. Vaughan, J. Westergreen and R. Kremens, Use and ground validation of MISR satellite data to constrain injection heights of emissions from forest fires in the northwestern United States, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 14-19, 2008;   Eos Trans. AGU, 89 (53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract B31C-0302.
  • M. Val Martin, J. A. Logan, F.-Y. Leung, D. L. Nelson, R. A. Kahn, D. J. Diner and S. Freitas,  Wildfire Plume Injection Heights Over North America: An Analysis of MISR Observations, International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Conference, Annecy, France, September 7-12.
  • D. J. Diner, D. L. Nelson, Y. Chen, R. A. Kahn, J. Logan, F.-Y. Leung, and M. Val Martin,  Quantitative studies of wildfire smoke injection heights with the Terra Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer, SPIE Optics and Photonics, San Diego, CA, August 10-14.

2007

  • M Val Martin, R. E. Honrath, R. C. Owen, Q. Li and K. Lapina, Seasonal Variation of Nitrogen Oxides in the Central North Atlantic Lower Free Troposphere: Influence of Boreal Wildfires and North American Urban Pollution, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 10-14, Eos Trans. AGU, 88 (52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A44C-07.
  • K. Lapina, R. E. Honrath, R. C. Owen, M. Val Martin, E. J. Hyer, P. Fialho and F. Barata, Late-Summer Decrease in NOx/CO Emission Ratios From Boreal Fires , American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 10-14; Eos Trans. AGU, 88 (52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A23C-146.

2006

  • R.E. Honrath, R. C. Owen, M. Val Martin, D. Helmig, D. D. Parrish, Q. B. Li, D. Tanner, and P. Fialho, Photochemical evolution of continental outflow to the N. Atlantic lower free troposphere during spring and summer, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 11--15; Eos Trans. AGU, 7(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A53B-0187.
  • R.C. Owen,R. E. Honrath,M. Val Martin, and K. Lapina, A New Method for Transport Analysis: Lagrangian Tracking of Pollution Plumes Using Combined Forward and Backward Model Simulations, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 11--15; Eos Trans. AGU, 7(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A53B-0186.
  • K. Lapina, R. E. Honrath, R. C. Owen, M. Val Martin, E. J. Hyer, P. Fialho and F. Barata, Wildfire Plumes in the Lower Free Troposphere Over the North Atlantic: the Impact of Plume Travel Height and Age on Enhancement Ratios of Ozone, Nitrogen Oxides and Black Carbon, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 11-15, Eos Trans. AGU, 7(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A53B-0186.
  • M Val Martin, R. E. Honrath, R. C. Owen, P. Fialho, G. Pfister, K. Lapina and F. Barata, Impacts of Anthropogenic and Boreal wildfire Emissions on Nitrogen Oxides, Ozone and Aerosol Black Carbon Levels in the Lower FT over the Central North Atlantic Region, International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project (IGAC)/Commission for Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution (CACGP)/World Meteorology Organization (WMO) Joint Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, September 17-23.

2005

  • M. Val Martin, R. E. Honrath, R. C. Owen, J. Kleissl, P. Fialho, G. Pfister and K. Lapina, Large Enhancements of Nitrogen Oxides Over the Central North Atlantic Lower Free Troposphere Resulting From Boreal Wildfires:  Observations at the PICO-NARE Station During Summer 2004, Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A41D-02.
  • G. G. Pfister, L. K. Emmons, P. G. Hess, J. Lamarque, D. P. Edwards, A. M. Thompson, D. J. Wuebbles, R. L. Herman, C. R. Owen, R. Honrath, M. Val Martin, G. W. Sachse, M. Avery and J. T. Randerson, Implications of North American Boreal Fires on Air Quality and Composition in Nearby and Remote Regions, Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A21B-0847.
  • R. E. Honrath, P. Fialho, D. Helmig, M. Val Martin, R. C. Owen, J. Kleissl, J. M. Strane, M. P. Dziobak, D. M. Tanner and F. Barata, A permanent free tropospheric observatory at Pico summit in the Azores Islands? Past measurements (2001-2005) and future plans, Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A51D-0108.
  • K. Lapina, R. Honrath, C. Owen, M. Val Martin and J. Strane, Impact of Large-Scale Boreal Fires on Levels of Tropospheric Ozone in the Northern Hemisphere, Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A51D-0109.
  • R. E. Honrath, M. Val Martin, J. Kleissl, R. C. Owen, K. Lapina, D. Helmig, and D. Tanner, Large-scale impacts of anthropogenic and boreal forest fire emissions observed in multi-year free tropospheric observations in the Azores, Gordon Research Conference (Atmospheric Chemistry), Big Sky Resort, Big Sky, Montana, Sept. 4-9.
  • R. E. Honrath, R. C. Owen, M. Val Martin, K. Lapina, J. P. Kleissl, J. M. Strane, and P. Fialho, Impacts of forest fires and U.S. outflow on lower free troposphere composition over the central North Atlantic: Interannual variability and conditions during the ICARTT study, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 7, 05391. SRef-ID:1607-7962/gra/EGU05-A-05391.
  • M. Val Martin, R. Honrath, R. C. Owen, J. Kleissl, and K. Lapina, Transport of nitrogen oxides from anthropogenic emissions and boreal forest fires to the central North Atlantic lower free troposphere: Measurements at the PICO-NARE station during the ICARTT study, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 7, 05759. SRef-ID: 1607-7962/gra/EGU05-A-05759.

2004

  • R. E. Honrath, R. C. Owen, M. Val Martin, J. S. Reid, K. Lapina, J. Kleissl, and P. Fialho, Ozone-CO relationships in plumes carrying North American pollution and boreal biomass burning emissions through the central North Atlantic lower free troposphere, Eos Trans. AGU, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A23A-0769.

2003

  • M. Val Martin, R. Honrath, C. Edlin, R.C. Owen, and P. Fialho, Nitrogen Oxides in the lower free troposphere over the central North Atlantic: Measurements at the PICO-NARE site from summer to early winter, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 5, 07570.

2002

  • R. E. Honrath, P. Fialho, C. L. Edlin, M. Val Martin, A. D. A. Hansen, and R. C. Owen, PICO-NARE: A multi-year study of the impacts of continental export on O3, black carbon, and CO in the MBL and FT over the central North Atlantic Ocean, International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project (IGAC)/Commission for Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution (CACGP) Joint Conference, Heraklion, Greece, Sept. 18--25.

2001

  • M. Val Martin, R. Honrath, D. Parrish, M. Peterson, and S. Bertman, Assessment of the export of O3 and NOx from North America over the North Atlantic Ocean during fall 1997, Eos Trans. AGU, 82(47), page F124, Fall Meet. Suppl.
  • M. Val Martin, R. Honrath, D.Parrish, M. Peterson, and S. Bertman, Ground-based measurements of O3 and O3 precursors in the MBL and FT over the North Atlantic Ocean. Center for International Earth Science Information Network, Photooxidants, particles, and haze across the Arctic and North Atlantic: Transport observations and models, Palisades, New York, July.

Invited Seminars

  • NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center (AeroCenter Seminar Series), Towards a parameterization of biomass burning injection heights for chemical transport models, May 26, 2011.
  • King's College of London (Department of Geography), Fire Smoke Injection Heights in North America: A View from Satellite Observations and Models, August 31, 2010.
  • Michigan Technological University (Remote Sensing Seminar Series), Characterization of vertical transport of fire smoke over North America using satellite observations, February 9, 2009.
  • EPS Harvard University, Vertical Transport of Fire Smoke Emissions over North America, November 13, 2008.
  • Harvard University (Atmospheric Chemistry Model Group) , Impacts of anthropogenic and boreal wildfires over the central North Atlantic lower free troposphere: Observations at the PICO-NARE observatory, April 2007.

Meetings/Workshops

  • M. Val Martin, C.L. Heald and S. Arnold, Coupling dry deposition to vegetation phenology in CESM: Implications for surface O3 simulations", 19th annual CESM Meeting, June 19, 2014. (TALK)
  • M. Val Martin, C.L. Heald and S. Arnold, Linking dry deposition to vegetation: Implications for surface O3, CESM Chemistry-Climate Working Group Meeting, Boulder, CO, February 12, 2014. (TALK)
  • M. Val Martin, C.L. Heald, J-F Lamarque, S. Tilmes and L. Emmons, Future global changes on air quality in the U.S., CESM Chemistry-Climate Working Group Meeting, Boulder, CO, February 12, 2013. (TALK)
  • M. Val Martin, C.L. Heald, J-F Lamarque, S. Tilmes and L. Emmons, Effects of climate, emissions and land cover/use changes on the Air Quality over the U.S., 17th Annual CESM Meeting, Breckenridge, CO, June 20, 2012. (TALK)
  • M. Val Martin and the Pico Mountain Observatory team, Ten Years of Atmospheric Research over the North Atlantic : The Pico Mountain Observatory, BORTAS Campaign Workshop, Edinburgh, UK, April 19, 2012. (TALK via skype)
  • M. Val Martin, C.L. Heald, J-F Lamarque, S. Tilmes and L. Emmons, Effects of the Changing Climate and Emissions on the Air Quality over the U.S., CESM Chemistry-Climate Working Group Meeting, Boulder, CO, March 1, 2012. (TALK)
  • M. Val Martin, Fire smoke plume heights in North America: model validation using MISR and MODIS satellite observations. NCAR Biomass Burning Forum, Boulder, CO, July 13-15, 2010. (INVITED TALK)

  • P. Jimenez-Guerrero, M. Val Martin, J.P. Montavez and J.M. Baldasano, Evaluation of a regional model climatology in Europe using EC-Earth V2.0 data. EC-Earth International Annual Meeting, Barcelona, May 31-June 1, 2010. (TALK)
  • M. Val Martin, J. Logan, R. Kahn, F.-Y. Leung, D. Nelson and D. Diner, Smoke Injection Heights from Fires in North America, Atmospheric Chemistry Colloquium for Emerging Senior Scientists (ACCESS X), Brokehaven National Lab, NY, August 20-22, 2009. (INVITED TALK)
  • M. Val Martin, J. A. Logan, D. L. Nelson, C. Ichoku, R. A. Kahn, D. J. Diner, S. Freitas and F.-Y. Leung, Characterization of Vertical Transport of Fire Emissions over North America: Merging MISR Observations and a 1-D plume-resolving Model, MISR Science Team Meeting, Pasadena, LA, December 11-12, 2008.(TALK)
  • M. Val Martin, J. A. Logan, R. Yevich and F.-Y. Leung, Overview of the 2002 North American plume injection heights, MISR Science Team Meeting, Pasadena, CA, USA, December 7, 2007. (TALK)
  • F.-Y. Leung, J. Logan, M. Val Martin, D. Nelson, R. Kahn, Y. Chen, D. Mazzoni, and D. Diner, The height of lofted biomass burning plumes over Alaska in 2004, MISR Science Team Meeting, Pasadena, CA, USA, December 7, 2007. (TALK)
  • M. Val Martin, R. E. Honrath, J. Kleissl, R. C. Owen, K. Lapina, P. Fialho, D. Helmig and D. Tanner, Impacts of anthropogenic and boreal fire emissions in the central North Atlantic lower free troposphere: Summertime observations at the PICO-NARE observatory, ICARTT 2004 Data Workshop, Durham, New Hampshire, August 9--12, 2005. (POSTER)
  • D. Helmig, R. Honrath, D.Tanner, M. Val Martin, and J. Kleissel, North Atlantic long-range transport research at Pico Mountain, Azores, Portugal , NOAA's Climate Monitoring and Diagnostics Laboratory Annual Meeting, May 26{27, Boulder, 2004. (POSTER)
  • M. Val Martin, R. Honrath, and M. Peterson, Study of O3 and O3 precursors over the North Atlantic based on measurements at Cape Pine, Newfoundland during NARE-97. Sigma Xi Society Student Research Colloquium, Houghton, Michigan, April 2001. (TALK)
  • M. Val Martin, R. Honrath, and M. Peterson, Study of O3 and O3 precursors over the North Atlantic based on measurements at Cape Pine, Newfoundland during NARE-97, 23rd Annual Midwest Environmental Chemistry Workshop, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, October 2000. (POSTER)