WMO International Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Symposium - Poster Session

 Geneva, WMO HQ

Poster Session - WMO GHG Symposium 2023

For in-person participants: to maximize viewing time, we urge you to hang your poster the morning of your poster session, before the 9 am start of the Symposium. Please put your posters on the boards according to the serial number in the hall outside Salle Obasi.

Please note: the online poster session is available at the bottom of the page.

DAY  1 - 30 January, 2023
No. Poster - Title     Presenter Affiliation
1 Towards a Copernicus Monitoring Service for Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Methodology and First Results from the IFS Global Inversion System     Nicolas Bousserez ECMWF
2 Plan of near real-time operation of GHGs monitoring in Korea     Sangwon Joo KMA
3 The Integrated Greenhouse Gas Monitoring System for Germany     Andrea Kaiser-Weiss Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD)
4 How do uncertainties in transport models impact the robustness of regional CO2 inversions?     Guillaume Monteil Lund University (INES)
5 Evaluating Methane Emissions Inventories and Their Changes with Satellite Methane Observations     John Worden JPL/Caltech
6 The NASA Earth Information System for Greenhouse Gases (EIS-GHG)     Kevin Bowman JPL/California Institute of Technology
7 High-resolution North American methane emissions inferred from an inversion of 2019 TROPOMI satellite data     Hannah Nesser Harvard University 
8 Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) – the operational in-situ network for standardized greenhouse gas fluxes in Europe     Marilyn Roland University of Antwerp
9 Inside a network to measure surface ocean greenhouse gases – the monitoring station view (ICOS OCE-MSA) Audio   Meike Becker University of Bergen 
10 The Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS): the operational in-situ network for high-precision atmospheric greenhouse gas observations in Europe     Paolo Cristofanelli CNR-ISAC
11 Greenhouse gases observations in Cyprus, the crossroad of three continents. Audio   Constantina Rousogenous The Cyprus Institute
12 Observations of radiatively active halogenated species at MonteCImone WMO-GAW station and their use in inverse modelling techniques to derive emission estimates at the regional scale.      Jgor Arduini University of Urbino
13 The changing of halocarbons in atmosphere: A Himalayan perspective     Jgor Arduini University of Urbino
14 Seven years of measurements of atmospheric methane at the Chacaltaya GAW station     Marcos ANDRADE University Mayor de San Andres, Bolivia
15 Network Design for a Cost-Effective Atmospheric Methane Measurement Network over India     Eldho Elias Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
16 The global surface ocean pCO2 observing network and synthesis     Are Olsen University of Bergen, Norway
17 The Copernicus Anthropogenic CO2 Monitoring (CO2M) Mission     Yasjka Meijer European Space Agency - ESA
18 Operational products for the Copernicus anthropogenic CO2 Monitoring (CO2M) mission     Ruediger Lang EUMETSAT
19 ESA’s Climate Change Initiative: supporting major climate policy drivers - current and future activities      Susanne Mecklenburg European Space Agency
20 Insight gained into CO2 fluxes and flux errors from the OCO-2 flux inversion MIP     David F. Baker CIRA/Colorado State University
21 Roles and activities of World Data Centre for Greenhouse Gases (WDCGG)     SAWA Yousuke Japan Meteorological Agency
22 Italian Air Force Mountain Centre – Mount Cimone, atmospheric measurements in a challenging environment     Stefano Amendola Italian Air Force
23 Atmospheric and oceanic GHG related observational activities at JMA     Toshinori AOYAGI Japan Meteorological Agency
24 Quantifying the added value of underway pCO2 from sailboats Audio   Jacqueline Behncke Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
25 Increasing Accessibility to Greenhouse Gas Scale Standards to support an expanded Global Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Infrastructure Audio   Robert Wielgosz Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM)
26 Strategic plan of KRISS (a National Metrology Institute in South Korea) for the development of GHG CRM (Certified Reference Material) traceable to the WMO scale     Jinsang Jung Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS)
27 Quantifying Facility-Scale CO2 Emissions using OCO-2 and OCO-3 and the potential for future operational monitoring     Ray Nassar Environment and Climate Change Canada
28 Greenhouse gas monitoring by inverse modelling at FMI     Tuula Aalto Finnish Meteorological Institute
29 ICOS OTC pCO ₂ inter comparison 2021:Implications for a global surface ocean CO₂ observatory     Tobias Steinhoff NORCE Norwegian Research
30 Added value of marine carbon observations by interdisciplinary project work between natural and social sciences - C-SCOPE     Arne Körtzinger /Tobias Steinhoff  GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research
31 Global CO2 inversions in the Global Carbon Budget 2022     Ingrid Luijkx  Wageningen University & Research
32 Observation of Greenhouse Gas in Italy at CNR-ISAC
Stations: Current Status and Future Perspectives
    Paolo Cristofanelli /Cosimo Fratticioli CNR-ISAC
33 Mobile methane measurements of UK sources – methodology for emission partitioning by source sector     David Lowry Royal Holloway, University of London
DAY 2 - 31 January, 2023
1 Methane emissions from offshore oil and gas production activities: What can we learn from airborne in-situ measurements?     Anke Roiger DLR - Institute of Atmospheric Physics
2 Strategic expansion of the Arctic-Boreal carbon flux network Audio   Kyle Arndt Woodwell Climate Research Center
3 Sailing through uncertain seas – harvesting information about the ocean carbon sink from sailboat races     Peter Landschützer Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ)
4 Quantifying localized carbon dioxide emissions from space: the CO2Image mission Audio   Julia Marshall Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
5 Introduction of Satellite Observation Data with Independent Bias Correction Method to Carbon flux Inverse Analysis Audio   Takashi Maki Meteorological Research Institute/JMA
6 AVENGERS - a new Horizon Europe project top reconcile GHG emission estimates     Marko Scholze Lund University
7 EYE-CLIMA - a project for developing policy relevant observation-based flux estimates     Rona Thompson NILU
8 The Global Carbon Budget 2022     Stephen Sitch University of Exeter
9 Remote Sensing for Wetland Methane Monitoring: Evaluation and Development  Audio   Anthony Campbell Goddard Space Flight Center
10 Detection and Quantification of Methane Super-Emitters by Combining Multiple Satellite Instruments Audio   Joannes D. (Bram) Maasakkers SRON
11 Meeting the demand for isotopic carbon dioxide and methane gas reference materials for underpinning global observations Audio   Ruth Hill-Pearce NPL
12 A spatially explicit uncertainty analysis of the air-sea CO2 flux from observations in support of carbon budget imbalance analyses     Annika Jersild Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
13 Accurate greenhouse gas remote sensing using open-path dual-comb spectroscopy     Kevin Cossel NIST
14 An overview of the project ‘ReGAME - Reliable Global Methane Emissions estimates in a changing world’     Stephen Platt NILU-Norwegian Institute for Air Research
15 MERLIN, the French-German Methane Remote Sensing mission: Prospects, status, and pre-launch activities     Andreas Fix Institute of Atmospheric Physics, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
16 Estimating Local CH4 Emissions in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin Using Inverse Modelling Audio   Sebastian Wolff/Andreas Fix Institute of Atmospheric Physics, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
17 California’s Efforts to Identify and Mitigate Individual Plumes of Methane     Jorn Herner California Air Resources Board
18 Northern CO2 and CH4 observations from the proposed Arctic Observing Mission (AOM)     Ray Nassar Environment and Climate Change Canada
19 The CO2 emission monitoring system of the ICOS-Cities project for the city of Zurich     Dominik Brunner EMPA Switzerland
20 Quantifying UK emission estimates of CO2 and methane using ground-based remote sensing measurements: from a pilot network over London to establishing a UK-wide network in 2023     Neil Humpage National Centre for Earth Observation, University of Leicester
21 Atmospheric CO2 and CH4 observations at an urban location in India:  multi-instrument in-situ concentration and isotope monitoring approach      Yogesh Tiwari Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune, India
22 Advances of the ANR COoL-AMmetropolis project (2020-2025) : towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions of the Aix-Marseille-Provence metropolis (France) at the horizons 2030 and 2050.     Irène Xueref-Remy University of Aix-Marseille
23 Development of the BMKG GHG Monitoring in Indonesia     Alberth Nahas Indonesian Agency for Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics (BMKG)
24 On the use of Earth Observation to support estimates of national greenhouse gas emissions and sinks for the Global stocktake process: lessons learned from ESA-CCI RECCAP2     Ana Bastos Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
25 Linking regional to global greenhouse gas budgets in RECCAP2     Ana Bastos Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
26 Cross-domain data from ICOS and related data sources track the fate of methane from the gas leakages of the North Stream I and II pipelines     Henry Bittig  Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde
27 Open-Path Monitoring of Methane from Livestock Using Dual-Comb Spectroscopy     Brian R. Washburn National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
28 Accurate Greenhouse Gas Measurements Supporting Global Research and Policies Audio   Christoph Zellweger Empa
29 The Climate Observatory in the island of Lampedusa: an integrated Observatory to monitor the Mediterranean carbon cycle over different domains combining in-situ and satellite data     Mattia Pecci Sapienza University of Rome
30 GHG-KIT Keep it traceable - Prototyping a satellite enabled, independent tool-kit system for GHG verification in Austria     Marcus Hirtl GeoSphere  Austria
31 Climate TRACE: Harnessing remote sensing, artificial intelligence, and collective data to provide open and transparent estimations of greenhouse gas emissions Abstract Aaron Davitt  Climate TRACE
32 A high-resolution monitoring approach of urban CO2 fluxes combining eddy covariance observations with bottom-up modelling Audio   Stavros Stagakis University of Basel
33 Supporting the surface ocean component of a Global Greenhouse Gas monitoring infrastructure: Experiences from the European ICOS Ocean Thematic Centre     Richard Sanders NORCE

Online Session
1 A synthesis of the Australasia regional carbon budget under the REgional Carbon Cycle Assessment and Processes-2 (RECCAP-2) for 2010-2019. Audio   Yohanna Villalobos Cortes  CSIRO Canberra, Australia
2 Estimating 2021 fossil fuel emissions with a Carbon Cycle Fossil Fuel Data Assimilation System     Thomas Kaminski The Inversion Lab, Hamburg, Germany
3 Surface atmospheric methane content observation at the background monitoring station in the Prioksko-Terrasny Biosphere Reserve Audio   Elena Kozlova Yu. A. Izrael institute of global climate and ecology
4 Towards an Integrated Greenhouse Gas Observation System  in Spain     Omaira García State Meteorological Agency of Spain (AEMet)
5 JMA’s shipboard monitoring of CO2 in the ocean and in the atmosphere in the western North Pacific     Masao Ishii Meteorological Reseach Institute, Japan Meteorological Agency
6 Comparability of greenhouse gas mixing ratios obtained by in-situ and remote measurements techniques at Izaña Atmospheric Observatory in different scenarios Audio Video Sergio Fabián León Luis Tragsatec S.A., Spain.
7 A new generation of airborne imaging spectrometer systems for accurate mapping of atmospheric CO2 and CH4 concentrations – status and perspectives     Heinrich Bovensmann University of Bremen, Institute of Environmental Physics
8 An analysis of long and short term variations of methane concentrations in the surface layer of atmosphere at the forest remote monitoring station in Russia     Alisa Trifonova-Yakovleva IG RAS
9 Paddy fire exhalations of carbon dioxide and methane: Results of long term GHG measurements from the North West Indo-Gangetic Plain     Haseeb Hakkim Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali
10 Quantifying the potential influence of Arctic Permafrost Thawing on atmospheric CO2     Yifan Guan University of Michigan
11 Long-term variations in the mixing ratios of carbon-containing gases in the St.Petersburg agglomeration. Audio   Stefani Foka Saint-Petersburg State University
12 Measurements of greenhouse gases in the vicinity of a major industrial center of the Russian Federation - St. Petersburg     Viktor Ivakhov Voeikov Main Geophysical Observatory, Roshydromet
13 Assessing the Methane Column Precision for the GHGSat Constellation Audio Contact Antoine Ramier  GHGSat
14 Artificial Intelligence in ESA’s Contribution to UNFCCC: An Overview Audio   Anna Jungbluth  Climate Office, ESA
15 The GOSAT-GW satellite greenhouse gases-observing mission: Potential role as a scientific infrastructure and the leadership in the Asia-Pacific region     Hiroshi Tanimoto National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

Poster Guide:

Size of the poster board (portrait): Height ~143 cm, width: ~114 cm, appropriate for A0 size. 

Regarding the online poster, we would ask you to submit your electronic poster in PDF format, along with both an audio file of any presentation you would like to make at your earliest convenience but no later than 15 Jan, 2023 to Bin QU at bqu@wmo.int.

Any questions, please contact Bin QU at bqu@wmo.int.

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