U.S. EPA's 2009 National Air Quality Conference - THURSDAY, Dallas, Texas

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THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 2009
7:00 am - 8:00 am Registration - Crystal Foyer
7:30 am - 8:00 am Morning Refreshments/ Exhibits and Posters – Crystal I-III
AIR QUALITY FORECASTING AND MAPPING
CRYSTAL VIII
COMMUNICATING AIR QUALITY
LALIQUE I & II
AMBIENT AIR MONITORING
CRYSTAL VI & VII

Air Quality Forecasting and
Emergency Response

Innovative State and Local
Outreach Projects

Nitrogen Monitoring Methods
& Near Road Monitoring

8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM



Moderator: Tammy Eagan, Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Trial by Fire - Part II
Bill Brick, San Diego Air Pollution
Control District

(PPT, 25.5MB)

Evans Road Fire
George Bridgers, North Carolina
(PPT, 21.9MB)

Division of Air Quality Smoke Impact Forecasting and Emergency Response During the 2008 Northern California Wildfires
Alan Chan, Sonoma Technology, Inc.
(PPT, 7.1MB)

Ozone and Fine Particulate Forecasting for Evansville, Indiana
Joanne Alexandrovich, Vanderburgh County Health Department
(PPT, 1.4MB)

Moderator: Elizabeth Robb Schmitz, Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection

“Be Air Aware” - A State-wide Effort to Educate Citizens About the Impact of the New, Revised 8-hour Ozone Standard
Jean Kelly, Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
(PPT, 2.3MB)

Internet Advertising for Communicating Air Quality Information
Tom Mather, North Carolina Division of Air Quality
(PPT, 5MB)

Do Your Share for Cleaner Air – An Interactive CD for Students Based on the Auntie Litter Award Winning Music Videos
Pat Mitchell, Auntie Litter Inc. and the Alabama Partners of Clean Air

Creating an Educational Professional DVD on Nickels and Dimes
Melissa Ellis, Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
(PPT, 1.6MB)

Getting Through the First Time: What Works, What Doesn't
Arleen O’Donnell, ERG
(PPT, 3MB)

Moderator: Justin Mayer, North Dakota Department of Health

Passive Ammonia Monitoring in the Four Corners Area and Eastern Oklahoma
Mark Sather, US EPA Region 6
(PPT, 5.5MB)

EPA-OAR Ambient Ammonia Monitoring Initiative
Brian Lee, US EPA
(PPT, 5.6MB)

Near Road Air Quality Monitoring Experiences and Issues
Rich Baldauf, US EPA
(PPT, 4.6MB)

Assessment of Air Pollutant Concentrations Near Texas Roadways and Evaluation of MOBILE6
Elena McDonald-Buller, University of Texas at Austin
(PPT, 3.4MB)


10:00 am – 10:30 am BREAK


10:30 am – 1:00 pm Exhibits and Poster Tear-down – Crystal I-III

AIR QUALITY FORECASTING AND MAPPING
CRYSTAL VIII
COMMUNICATING AIR QUALITY
LALIQUE I & II
AMBIENT AIR MONITORING
CRYSTAL VI & VII

Air Quality Mapping and
Spatial Analysis Techniques

Educational Outreach

Special Studies

10:30 am – 12:00 Noon
10:30 am – 11:15 am
10:30 am – 12:00 Noon



Moderator: John White, US EPA

Improving Real-Time AIRNow Maps Using Data Fusion
Patrick Zahn, Sonoma Technology, Inc.
(PPT, 7.5MB)

Interactive Displays of Air Quality Information: Status of the Ozone Plume in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic
Duc Nguyen, Maryland Department
of the Environment

(PPT, 7MB)

Case Study of Smog Event in the Perspective of the New Canadian Air Quality Health Index (AQHI),
November 4-7, 2008, Over Saint-Lawrence Valley in Quebec

Jacques Rousseau, Environment Canada
(PPT, 7.4MB)

Real-time Air Quality Mapping for the South Coast Air Basin: Some Issues and Solutions
Kevin Durkee, South Coast Air Quality Management District
(PPT, 5.6MB)

Moderator: Donna Rogers, US EPA

What’s In the Air? Hands-on Air Sampling for Students and Educators
Lorelei Elkins, Triad Air Awareness

On the Air: Exploring Air Pollution Sources and Solutions – An Innovative Curriculum and Outreach Program in the Metropolitan Washington and Baltimore Areas
Rebecca Davis, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
(PDF, 3.35MB)

Moderator: Nealson Watkins, US EPA

EMPA Project: Conquering the Third Dimension in Ambient Air Monitoring
Maximiliano Lega, University of Naples
(PDF, 2.7MB)

Remote Operations of a Modern PM and Trace-Gas Monitoring Site
Joey Landreneau, Sonoma Technology, Inc
(PPT, 3.15MB)

Applications of the Mobile Ambient Air Monitoring Laboratory in Addressing Air Quality Issues for the City of Houston
James Rhubottom, City of Houston
(PPT, 5MB)


Burning Issues
11:15 AM – 12:00 Noon

Moderator: Lisa Woodard, Spokane, WA

Wood Smoke Education and Outreach Interactive Session
Kristen Bremer, US EPA
John Crouch, Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association

(PPT, 1.5MB)

   
12:00 Noon CONFERENCE ADJOURNS
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Open Discussion Forum with Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards – Crystal VIII
Moderator: Alison Davis
   

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