Foci: Validation networks, linking TEMPO with science field campaigns, engaging regional planning organizations (LADCO, NESCAUM, MDE), modeling and data assimilation activities. Questions to consider include: What have we learned from LMOS, LISTOS and OWLETS for TEMPO validation? How would TEMPO have been used to support these campaigns? How does TEMPO engage local management agencies and leverage partner resources? How do we link diurnally resolved columns to boundary layer dynamics? How do we expand NO2 validation efforts to HCHO and O3? How do we optimize the use of TEMPO measurements to constrain air quality models?
On Tuesday morning, 4 June, the TEMPO-Science Team Meeting will be preceded by a meeting of the LMOS/LISTOS/OWLETS regional teams, who will continue their discussions from AGU. In the afternoon, PANDORA team will reunite. On Wednesday morning, 5 June, the TEMPO Science Team will start with a look at the similarities and differences in data products, field campaigns, and ground-based opportunities. Please see the Program for details.
The Pyle Center on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus will host the TEMPO-Science Team Meeting in the Auditorium on the main floor. A morning and afternoon break will be available during the meeting. Wednesday’s Poster Reception with cash bar will be held in the spectacular Alumni Lounge.
Lunches will be on your own. There are many local alternatives, from food carts to formal restaurants, all within walking distance. Meals cannot be brought back to the Pyle Center.
For more information, contact Maria Vasys.