ISALSaRS'19
Hangzhou, China |
June 17-21
, 2019

Oral Sessions June 18

                                                     Oral Sessions June 18

Tuesday, June 18, 2019, Yin Yue Hall (印月厅)

Oral   Session 1A

Chair:   Alexander MARSHAK, NASA Goddard Space   Flight Center, USA

08:30-08:50

I-12

Qiang   FU,   University of Washington, USA (Invited)

Reconciling the Differences in Ice Cloud Optical Depth from CALIPSO and Ground-based Raman

Lidar at the ARM SGP and TWP Sites

08:50-09:05

O-01

Jason   Blake COHEN, Sun Yat-Sen University, China

Combining Multi-wavelength Observations of Aerosol Scattering and Extinction from MISR,

AERONET, and MODIS, with a Full MIE Modeling Approach Using Internal, External, and

Core-shell Mixtures of Aerosols in the CESM Global Model, to Obtain a Deeper Understanding of

the Size Distribution and Age of Atmospheric Aerosols

09:05-09:20

O-02

Li   LI,   Aerospace Information Research   Institute, CAS, China

A Combined Radiometric and Polarimetric Algorithm for Cloud Detection with the Ground-based

Sun-sky Radiometer Data

09:20-09:35

O-03

Yuxuan   BIAN,   Chinese Academy of Meteorological   Sciences, China

A Novel Method to Retrieve the Nocturnal Boundary Layer Structure Based on CCD Laser Aerosol

Detection System Measurements

09:35-09:50

O-04

Qi   CHEN,   Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, China

Effect of Henye-Greenstein Phase Function on the Shortwave Radiative Calculations in the Ice

Clouds

09:50-10:05

S-01

Yuxin   ZHAO,   Lanzhou University, China

Explore Global Cloud Radiative Forcing Trends Based on CERES Data

10:05-10:25

Morning Break

Oral   Session 2A

Chair:   Qiang FU, University of Washington, USA

10:25-10:45

I-13

Alexander   MARSHAK,   NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA (Invited)

Earth Observations from DSCOVR EPIC Instrument

10:45-11:00

O-05

Sunny   Sun-MACK,   Science Systems and Applications, Inc., USA

Multilayer Cloud Properties in an Artificial Neural Network Approach

11:00:11:15

O-06

Shaohua   GONG,   Hainan Normal University, China

A Case Study of Mesospheric Cloud with Lidars at Beijing

11:15-11:30

O-07

Qiong   LIU,   Donghua University, China

The Variability of Warm Cloud Microphysical and Optical Properties Induced by Aerosols in

Shanghai from MODIS Observations

11:30-11:45

S-02

Ziming   WANG,   Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS, China

A Supercooled Water Cloud Detection Algorithm Using Himawari-8 Satellite Measurements

11:45-12:00

S-03

Jing   WANG,   Lanzhou University, China

Vertical Distribution and Radiative Contribution of Different Cloud Phase over Land Regimes

Oral   Session 3A

Chair:   Zhanqing LI, University of Maryland,   College Park, USA

14:00-14:20

I-14

Alexei   I. LYAPUSTIN, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA (Invited)

High-resolution Aerosol Retrievals with Algorithm MAIAC

14:20-14:35

O-08

Jun   WANG,   The University of Iowa, USA

Satellite Remote Sensing of Aerosol Layer Height from O2 A and B Bands

14:35-14:50

O-09

Zhenzhu   WANG,   Anhui Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, CAS, China

Properties of Aerosol and Cloud from Lidar and Radar Soundings

14:50-15:05

O-10

Yingxi   SHI,   NASA Goddard Flight Center, USA

Quantifying the Haze Aerosol Optical Depth Over East Asia Using Modified Modis Dark Target

Algorithm

15:05-15:20

O-11

Xing   YAN,   Beijing Normal University, China

Improvement of the Satellite-based Fine Mode Fraction Product in Asia

15:20-15:35

S-04

Sijie   CHEN,   Zhejiang University, China

Construction of Three-dimensional Atmosphere Structure with CALIPSO-CloudSat Profiles and   

Collocated MODIS Imagery

15:35-15:55

Afternoon Break

Oral   Session 4A

Chair:   Alexei I. LYAPUSTIN, NASA Goddard Space   Flight Center, USA

15:55-16:15

I-15

Zhengqiang LI, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital   Earth, CAS, China (Invited)

An Optimized Inversion Algorithm for Aerosol   Remote Sensing from Multispectral Single-viewing

Polarimetric Measurements over Land

16:15-16:30

O-12

R.G. KLEIDMAN, University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA

The Use of a Size Scanning Nephelometer to Obtain Particle Size Distribution and Constrain Mass

16:30-16:45

O-13

Lei LI, Chinese Academy of Meteorological   Sciences, CMA, China

Characteristics of Fine Mode Light Absorbing Carbonaceous Retrieved from POLDER/PARASOL

Observations over Asia from 2005 to 2013

16:45-17:00

O-14

Taiping ZHANG, Science Systems and Applications, Inc., USA

A 29.5-Year Spatiotemporally Continuous Satellite-based Surface Radiation Budget Dataset: the

Upcoming GEWEX SRB Shortwave Algorithm Results   and Their Validation against Surface-Based

Measurements

17:00-17:15

S-05

Jing WEI, Beijing Normal University, China

A Revised   High-resolution Aerosol Retrieval Algorithm for Suomi-NPP VIIRS Images over Land

17:15-17:30

S-06

Ding LI, China University of Mining and Technology, China

Retrieval of Aerosol Optical Depth over Land Based on a Time Series Technique Using

Himawari-8 Data



Tuesday, June 18, 2019, Qiu Yue Hall (秋月厅)

Oral   Session 1B

Chair:   Yongxiang HU, NASA Langley Research Center,   USA

08:30-08:50

I-16

Zhongping   LEE,   University of Massachusetts Boston, USA (Invited)

Visibility in Air and Water: Differences and   Implications

08:50-09:10

I-17

PengWang   ZHAI,   JCET/Physics Department, UMBC, USA (Invited)

Radiative Transfer in Coupled Atmosphere and Ocean Systems: Inelastic Processes

09:10-09:30

I-18

Lei   WANG,   Sanya Institute of Remote Sensing,   China (Invited)

The Development of the Hainan Provincial "Digital Ocean" Platform and Applications on Disaster

Assessment of Typhoon Storm Surge

09:30-09:45

O-15

Xiaomei   LU,   Science Systems and Applications, Inc., USA

Development of Innovative Uses of CALIPSO Data

09:45-10:00

S-07

Qun   LIU,   Zhejiang University, China

Spaceborne Oceanic Lidar: Monte Carlo Simulations and Detection Mechanism Analyses

10:00-10:25

Morning Break

Oral   Session 2B

Chair:   Zhongping LEE, University of   Massachusetts Boston, USA

10:25-10:45

I-19

Wenbo SUN, Science Systems and Applications, Inc., USA (Invited)

Detecting Super-thin Clouds and Dusts with Polarimeters on CubeSats

10:45-11:05

I-20

Shaoling   SHANG,   Xiamen University, China (Invited)

Blending Empirical Ocean Color Retrievals of Absorption Coefficient and Chlorophyll

Concentration from Open Oceans to Highly Turbid Waters

11:05-11:20

O-16

Zhenmin   SHEN,   Beijing Institute of Space Mechanics & Electricity, China

Lidar with High Scattering Ratio Suppression for Underwater Detection

11:20-11:35

O-17

Miao   ZHANG,   China Meteorological Administration and   National Satellite Meteorological

Center, China

The Inversion and Quality Validation of FY3C MWRI Sea Surface Temperature

11:35-11:50

S-08

Lin   XIANG,   Xiamen University, China

Retrieval of Water and Bottom Properties of Optically Shallow Waters for VIIRS

11:50-12:05

S-09

Jian   Wei YAM,   Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia

Investigation of Water Turbulence and Salinity on Underwater Pulse Laser Ranging System

Oral   Session 3B

Chair:   Songhua WU, Ocean University of China,   China

14:00-14:20

I-21

Xu   LIU,   NASA Langley Research Center, USA (Invited)

Fast Radiative Transfer Model and Retrieval Algorithm for Current and Future Hyperspectral

Satellite Remote Sensors

14:20-14:35

O-18

Tomoaki   NISHIZAWA, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

Development of a Multiple-field-of-view Multiple-scattering Polarization Lidar at 355nm

14:35-14:50

O-19

Decheng   WU,   Anhui Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, CAS, China

Self-calibration of Raman Lidar Measured Water Vapor Mixing Ratio: Method, Equipment and

Results

14:50-15:05

O-20

He   CHEN,   Beijing Institute of Technology, China

An Ultraviolet Lidar with Three Receiving Channels for Organic Aerosol Observation

15:05-15:20

S-10

Xue   SHEN,   Zhejiang University, China

Dual-wavelength High-spectral-resolution Lidar for Profiling Optical Properties of Aerosols: System Calibration and Results Validation

15:20-15:35

S-11

Qin   WANG,   Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China

Airborne Hyperspectral Lidar for Detecting Atmospheric Aerosols

15:35-15:55

Afternoon Break

Oral   Session 4B

Chair:   Karri MUINONEN, University of Helsinki,   Finland

15:55-16:15

I-22

Songhua   WU,   Ocean University of China, China (Invited)

Characterization of Aircraft Wake Vortex and Atmospheric Turbulence by Coherent Doppler Lidar

16:15-16:30

O-21

Yoshitaka   JIN,   State National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

Development of a Wide-field-of-view High-spectral-resolution Lidar at 532 nm

16:30-16:45

O-22

Wenjie   GUO,   National Space Science Center, CAS, China

Measuring the Three-dimensional Structure of Gravity Waves by Lidar

16:45-17:00

S-12

Zheng   KONG,   Dalian University of Technology, China

The Three-wavelength Mie-scattering Polarization Scheimpflug Lidar Technique

17:00-17:15

S-13

Xiaojun   MA,   Lanzhou University, China

Satellite-based Diurnal Variations in Global Particulate Mass Concentration Derived from Active

Remote Sensing Observations

17:15-17:30

S-14

Fuju   WU,   National Space Science Center, CAS, China

Simultaneous Detection of Meteoric Ca and Ca+ Layers over Beijing (40.41°N, 116.01°E)