U.S. EPA's 2011 National Air Quality Conference - THURSDAY, San Diego, California

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THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 2011
7:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Exhibits and Posters – Douglas D
7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Morning Refreshments/Exhibits and Posters
8:00 a.m. – Noon BREAKOUT SESSIONS
AIR QUALITY FORECASTING AND MAPPING
DOUGLAS B
AMBIENT AIR MONITORING
DOUGLAS C
COMMUNICATING AIR QUALITY
DOUGLAS A

Remote Sensing

PM Methods and Research

A Cornucopia of Ideas: Innovative State and Local Outreach Programs

8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m..
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.



Moderator: Michael Goldstein, Shelby County Health Department

NASA’s Applied Remote Sensing Education and Training Program
Richard Kleidman, NASA
(PPT, 7.5MB)

Development of the USEPA Quality Assurance Guidance for the Collection of Meteorological Data Using Passive Radiometers
Robert Baxter, T&B Systems
(PPT, 3.1MB)

Active Remote Sensing in the Baltimore-Washington DC Metropolitan Area: UMBC Monitoring of Atmospheric Pollution (UMAP)
Ruben Delgado, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
(PPTX, 11MB)

The GOES-R Air Quality Proving Ground – Preparing the Air Quality Community for the Next Generation of NOAA Geostationary Satellites
Amy Huff, Battelle Memorial Institute

Moderator: Tim Hanley, US EPA

Carbon Artifact Adjustments for the IMPROVE and CSN Speciated Particulate Networks
Mark Green, Desert Research Institute
(PPTX, 2.7MB)

Intercomparison of Long-term Ambient Ultrafine Particle Size Distribution Measurements in New York City
Robert Anderson, TSI Inc.
(PPTX, 8.3MB)

Evaluation of Simultaneous PM10, PM2.5, and PM10-2.5 Measurements Conducted in Bakersfield, CA with the Teledyne API Model 602 Beta-plus Particle Measurement System
Stephen Toner, Teledyne Advanced Pollution Instrumentation
(PPT, 4.4MB)

Continuous Monitoring Technologies: A Look at TEOM and Beta Attenuation Testing and Data
Jeffrey Ambs, Thermo Fisher Scientific

 

Moderator: Jean Kelly, Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality

Forecasting and Public Outreach for Curtailment of Residential Wood Burning in the South Coast AQMD
Kevin Durkee and Sam Atwood, South Coast Air Quality Management District
(PPTX, 3.7MB)

People, Paper and Pixels – CARB’s Compliance Assistance Program Offers A Variety of Resources to Assist Air Quality Professionals and the Public
Mark Tavianini, California Air Resources Board
(PPT, 5.8MB)

How to Reach People Who Drive to Work Alone: Lessons Learned From Don’t Drive Day 2010
Shelley Lanham, North Carolina Air Awareness
(PPTX, 1.9MB)

Measuring Enviroflash – Making it Work for You
Steven Ludewig and Natalie LaGuardia, Sonoma Technology, Inc.
Amy Gaskill, US EPA OAQPS

(PDF, 154KB)

Effective Wood Smoke Communications Campaign: How to Change Wood Burning Behaviors for Good and Who to Target
Lisa Woodard, Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency
Erika Schmidt, Frause

(PPTX, 3.7MB)


10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. BREAK
AIR QUALITY FORECASTING AND MAPPING
DOUGLAS B
AMBIENT AIR MONITORING
DOUGLAS C
COMMUNICATING AIR QUALITY
DOUGLAS A

International, State and Local Perspectives

VOC Methods and Research

Educational Outreach

10:30 a.m. – Noon
10:30 a.m. – Noon
10:30 a.m. – Noon



Moderator: Brad Johns, US EPA

Collaboration with the National Weather Service to Deliver Air Quality Products to a Broader Audience
Laura Landry, Maryland Department of the Environment
(PPT, 4.3MB)

CMC Trajectory Application Using High Spatial / Temporal Resolution GEM Fields During BAQS-Met Field Study
Qian Li, Environment Canada
(PDF, 1.9MB)

The Value of Air Quality Forecasting in the Mid-Atlantic Region
Gregory Garner, Pennsylvania State University
(PPT, 1.8MB)

Moderator: Nealson Watkins, US EPA

Memphis Tank Barge Emissions Study
Jim Holt, Shelby County Health DepartmentS EPA
(PPTX, 15MB)

Using LIDAR to Study Emissions in Houston
Dan Hoyt, City of Houston, Department of Health and Human Services

 

Moderator: Pat Sullivan, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality

Drivers, Start Your Engines: Making AQ Practical, Relevant and FUN for Youth
Roberta Burnes, Kentucky Division of Air Quality
(PPTX, 1.8MB)

The Air Quality Learning and Demonstrations Center at Penn State’s Teaching Module for Demonstrating Ozone Effects on Plants
Dennis Decoteau, Penn State University
(PPT, 11MB)

The Ease and Benefit of Implementing a School Flag Program and Why is Coco Orange?
Amy Gaskill, US EPA, OAQPS
(PDF, 430KB | PDF, 359KB)

   
10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. EXHIBITS AND POSTER TEAR-DOWN
12:00 p.m. CONFERENCE ADJOURNS

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