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Call for Abstracts: AMS 2025 Session on Wildfire Influence on Aerosol, Cloud, and Climate


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Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to invite abstract submissions to the session 68966, "Wildfire Influence on Aerosol, Cloud, and Climate," for the American Meteorological Society’s 17th Symposium on Aerosol Cloud Climate Interactions to be held on January 12 - 16, 2025, in New Orleans, LA.

Topic Description: Wildfires have intricate interactions with Earth's climate system. Under climate change, wildfire risk rises due to shifts in temperature, moisture, wind, land use, and vegetation. Wildfire frequency and intensity have notably increased, particularly in the western US during recent decades. This session focuses on recent advances in understanding the impact of wildfires on aerosols, clouds, and climate. We welcome a wide range of contributions related to wildfire, such as numerical modeling with global, regional, or climate models; in-situ and remote sensing measurements; satellite retrievals; climatology, trend, or case studies; prescribed fire; and theoretical studies leading to better understanding of driving mechanisms.

The deadline for submitting abstracts is August 15, 2024, at 05:00 PM ET. We hope to see you in person or virtually at the AMS in New Orleans, LA.

I write this email on behalf of Conveners: Qi Tang, Jeffrey Mirocha, David Peterson, Yingxi Shi, Kristina Pistone, Ziming Ke.