Up in the Sky: Next week’s forum on global climate & atmospheric modeling

September 15, 2013

New insight into the origin of monsoons, the potential use of aerosols to cool the globe, and how different industries uniquely impact atmospheric warming are the contributions of YCEI researchers at an upcoming forum on Global Climate and Atmospheric Modeling, Saturday, September 21, at KGL.  Researchers from Tokyo’s Todai University round out the 5-person forum with talks on the radiative forcing of aerosols in East Asia and a model of 100,000-year glacial-interglacial cycles.  The forum starts at 1 p.m.  Yale Professors Trude Storelvmo, Bill Boos and Nadine Unger will be presenting with guests from Tokyo’s Todai University, Professors Yutaka Kondo and Ayako Abe-Ouchi.