Presentations and Posters during the HALO Symposium

Session C: Transport and Transformation of Chemical Compo-                           sition: Multiphase and Photochemical Processing

James Crawford

Keynote Presentation

Andreas Fix

CoMet: Carbon Dioxide and Methane Mission for HALO

Lola Hernández

EMeRGe: Overview, progress, and planned campaigns

Katja Bigge

Aircraft-based 2- and 3D measurements of trace gases with the Heidelberger airborne imaging DOAS Instrument (HAIDI) during the Phase II Mission EMeRGe

Klaus Pfeilsticker

Overcoming the difficulties of multiple scattering in the interpretation of air-borne UV/Vis/nearIR limb observations for high precision mini-DOAS measurements of trace gases and cloud parameters from HALO

Hermann Oelhaf

The Polar Stratosphere in a Changing Climate (POLSTRACC): Mission overview

Michael Höpfner

NOy-redistribution and chlorine deactivation observed with GLORIA during the Arctic winter 2015/16 POLSTRACC campaign

Jens-Uwe Grooß

Vertical NOy-redistribution in the winter 2015/2016

Andreas Marsing

Chlorine partitioning in the extreme Arctic winter 2015/2016

Michael Volk

In situ observations of CO2 and tracers with the HAGAR-V instrument during POLSTRACC/GW-LCYCLE/SALSA

Jens Krause

Seasonal contrasts of air mass composition in the extratropical UTLS measured on board the HALO research aircraft

Martin Riese

First 3D measurements of temperature fluctuations induced by gravity wave with the infrared limb imager GLORIA

Klaus-Dirk Gottschaldt

The HALO database

Sigrun Matthes

Reactive species in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere during ML-Cirrus: measurement and EMAC modelling

Wolfgang Woiwode

Analysis of trace gas distributions across an Arctic tropopause fold influenced by gravity wave activity

Helmut Ziereis

In-situ measurements of reactive nitrogen in the arctic lower stratosphere in winter 2015/2016 during POLSTRACC


Atmospheric and Earth System Research with the Research Aircraft HALO                                                                                

High Altitude and Long Range Research Aircraft (HALO)