CACTI workshop: Abstract submission open

The goal of the workshop is to review the progress since the last TriMIP workshop (TriMIP-3) that brought together the active and collaborative communities of AerChemMIP, RAMIP, RFMIP, and PDRMIP. This workshop will focus on advances in our understanding since AR6, identifying gaps and informing future research directions based on the community “Composition Air quality Climate inTeractions Initiative (CACTI): Emissions to Response”.
The hybrid workshop will be held in-person at GEOMAR in Kiel from Tuesday 13 June to Thursday 15 June 2023, with an option to join online. The workshop will consist of a mix of presentations and discussions, which we aim to partly record and make available with limited access. We kindly invite you to submit abstracts on your relevant work addressing at least one of the three CACTI goals:

  1. Characterize ERFs and assess adjustments from historical and future changes in atmospheric composition and SLCFs emissions in global models
  2. Quantify the climate and air quality responses to global and regional changes in SLCF emissions
  3. Understand the Earth System feedbacks through chemistry and aerosols in response to anthropogenic climate change

Abstract submission is open until 02 May 2023 and can be done by completing this form. Details on how to register will be announced in due course. Further details, including practical information for arranging travel, can be found on the CACTI webpage.
Further announcements will be made through this CACTI mailing list. If you have not signed up yet, we encourage you to subscribe by sending an email to .
We look forward to receiving your abstracts and seeing you in June. 
On behalf of the organising committee,
R. Allen, B. Collins, S. Fiedler, P. Griffiths, M. Kasoar, V. Naik, F. O’Connor, M. Schulz, C. Smith, T. Takemura, S. Turnock, D. Watson-Parris, D. Westervelt, L. Wilcox