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Tuesday 20th May

08:15-09:00Arrival / collect name badges etc
Session 1: CCMI - Quo vadis?
09:00-09:05Paul YoungWelcome
09:05-09:30CCMI Co-chairsGoals of the workshop
09:30-09:45John Pyle2014 UNEP/WMO Ozone Assessment: Open questions
09:45-10:00Veronika EyringOverview of initial CMIP6 design
10:00-10:15Michael PratherTowards IPCC AR6: Open questions in chemistry-climate coupling
10:15-10:30Michael SchulzCCMI/Aerocom contribution to AerChemMIP
10:30-11:00Coffee/tea
Session 2: Emissions and forcing for/from CCMI
11:00-11:15Jean-Francois LamarqueDevelopment of emissions forcing databases
11:15-11:30Larry ThomasonThe CCMI stratospheric aerosol data set: Present state and future developments
11:30-11:45Birgit HasslerOzone dataset in support of CMIP6 simulations
11:45-12:00Simone TilmesProposal for GeoMIP simulations as part of CCMI
Session 3: Information on model groups
12:00-12:45Model PIsStatus model simulations and data submission
12:45-13:00All / Co-chairsDiscussion
13:00-14:00Lunch (provided)
Session 4: Novel observations to test model performance
14:00-14:15Bryan DuncanCCMI contribution to Obs4MIPs
14:15-14:30Susann TegtmeierThe SPARC Data Initiative – Stratospheric satellite data for improved model evaluations
14:30-14:45Eric JensenMeasurements of Tropical Tropopause Layer (TTL) composition from the Airborne Tropical TRopopause EXperiment (ATTREX)
14:45-15:00Lucy CarpenterThe CAST aircraft campaign
15:00-15:15Ross SalawitchOverview of CONvective TRansport of Active Species in the Tropics (CONTRAST) Experiment (poster)
15:15-15:30Rafael FernándezSource and product gas partitioning of VSL bromocarbons and their impact on stratospheric bromine injection
15:30-16:00All / Co-chairsDiscussion
16:00-19:00 Poster session with buffet and drinks

Wednesday 21st May

Session 5: Hindcast simulations and proposed evaluations
09:00-09:15David ParrishSystematic comparison of long-term tropospheric ozone changes between observations and models
09:15-09:30Ted ShepherdAttributing the observed total ozone record using nudged CMAM simulations
09:30-09:45Sue LiuThe use of idealised tracers to evaluate transport in Chemistry-Climate models
09:45-10:00Steven TurnockEvaluating aerosol trends from 1960 to 2010 using HadGEM3-UKCA and EMEP data
10:00-10:15Sarah StrodeCan the CCMI simulations reproduce the MOPITT CO trends and variability?
10:15-10:30Björn-Martin SinnhuberComparison of NDACC data with nudged simulations of the CCM EMAC
10:30-11:00Coffee/tea
Session 6: Process-oriented model evaluation: Dynamics, transport, and chemistry
11:00-11:15Martin SchultzGAW, NDACC, and GRUAN: What can these networks offer to CCMI?
11:15-11:30Dominick SpracklenNatural biogenic aerosol and their evaluation in models
11:30-11:45Lee MurrayIdentifying key processes for constraining OH globally in chemistry-climate models
11:45-12:00Julie NicelyQuantifying the causes of differences in tropospheric OH within global models
12:00-12:15Oliver WildEvaluating dry deposition of ozone in atmospheric chemistry-transport models
12:15-12:30Rolando GarciaAn extension of the gravity wave parameterization in WACCM
12:45-13:00All / Co-chairsDiscussion
13:00-14:00Lunch (provided)
Session 7: Linking model performance to future projections: Dynamics, transport, and chemistry
14:00-14:15Meiyun LinThe role of dynamics in determining tropospheric ozone trends
14:15-14:30Guang ZengStratospheric impact on tropospheric ozone in the past and future
14:30-14:45Peer NowackExtremely large damping in global warming projections by ozone-circulation feedback
14:45-15:00Jessica NeuEvaluating the present day relationship between changes in the stratospheric circulation and variability in stratospheric and tropospheric ozone in chemistry-climate models
15:00-15:15Blanca AyarzagüenaFuture changes in wintertime stratospheric Arctic variability in CCMI models
15:15-15:30Xin YangHow sensitive is the recovery of stratospheric ozone to changes in emissions of very short- lived bromocarbons?
15:30-16:00Coffee/tea
16:00-17:30All / Co-chairsDiscussion
17:30 and 18:00Buses leave for dinner in Lancaster starting at 6:30 pm

Thursday 22nd May

Session 8: Breakout discussions
09:00-09:15JF, MichaelaGoals of Working Groups
09:15-11:00Breakout groups:
WG 1 CMIP Contributions: Emissions and forcings
WG 2 AerChemMIP: Approaching quantification of aerosol
WG 3 The strat-trop system in models and observations
10:30-11:00Coffee/tea
11:00-13:00Report on discussions and summary including action items; and general discussion on science directions for CCMI
(WG Leads and CCMI Co-Chairs)
Close of workshop
13:00-14:00Lunch (provided)
14:00-17:00Closed meeting of CCMI SSC