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KEY MEETINGS/EVENTS and ATTENDEES
* Leonhard Pfister, “An investigation of high frequency motions in the Tropical Tropopause Layer near convection” (poster)
* Jens Redemann, “Aerosol-radiation-cloud interactions in the South-East Atlantic: future suborbital activities to address knowledge gaps in satellite and model assessments” (invited talk)
* Josette Marrero, “Airborne in-situ measurements of formaldehyde over California: First results from the Compact Formaldehyde Fluorescence Experiment (COFFEE) instrument” (poster)
* Rei Ueyama, “Convective influence of lower stratospheric water vapor in the boreal summer monsoon regions” (poster)