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Organization Name and Collaborator PNNL Collaborator Nature of Collaboration
ETH Switzerland (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science; Dr. Ulrike Lohmann, joint Ph.D. student
Hanna Herich
Dan Cziczo - Modeling and field studies
- Effects of aerosol composition on hygroscopicity - a key determinate in the formation of warm clouds as well as a prime driver of heterogeneous chemistry
Georgia Institute of Technology,
Dr. Thanos Nenes
Xiaohong Liu, Steve Ghan - Aerosol effects on clouds
- Collaboration on successful DOE/NSF proposal
U.C. San Diego,
Prof. Lynn Russell
Steve Ghan, John Shilling - Collaboration on successful DOE/NSF proposal
- Chamber experiments investigating organonitrate hydrolysis
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel;
Dr. Alexander Khain
Mikhail Ovtchinnikov - Modeling cloud and precipitation particle size distributions
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA);
Dr. Georg Grell
Jerome Fast - Modifying and accommodating new aerosol process modules in the WRF-chem model that is designed for public use
National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR);
Dr. Mary Barth
Dr. Jimy Dudhia
Jerome Fast
Phil Rasch
- Modifying and accommodating a new aerosol process modules in the WRF-chem model that is designed for public use
- WRF-Chem transfer and evaluation of CAM parameterizations
State University of New York - Stony Brook;
Dr. Marat Khairoutdinov
Mikhail Ovtchinnikov - Developing a new cloud-resolving model by coupling the System for Atmospheric Modeling (SAM) with Dr. Khain's spectral bin model for the cloud microphysics
University of California, San Diego Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry;
Dr. Kimberly Prather
Rahul Zaveri - Particle-resolved aerosol composition measurements and modeling
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign; Dr. Nicole Riemer,
Dr. Matt West
Rahul Zaveri - Combining PNNL's comprehensive aerosol chemistry model MOSAIC with the Riemer and West stochastic aerosol dynamics model "PartMC." The resulting model (MOSAIC-PartMC) is a unique particle-resolved aerosol chemistry, microphysics, and dynamics model
University of Iowa,
Dr. Charles Stanier
Rahul Zaveri - MOSAIC model - Part MC
University of Washington Department of Atmospheric Sciences;
Dr. Joel Thornton
Dan Cziczo - Understanding the effect of anthropogenic activities on the composition of the atmosphere. Specifically, heterogeneous chemistry (UW) combined with expertise in determining aerosol chemical composition using mass spectrometry (PNNL). Simultaneous characterization of aerosol composition and their ability to act as site of atmospherically relevant reactions

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