Air Quality Measurement Conference

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Air Quality Measurement Conference

Postby Wilberforce » Mon Nov 18, 2013 8:55 pm

Air Quality Measurement Conference
November 19-21, 2013

Explore advances in measurement technology, data quality assurance, and data uses at the Air & Waste Management Association’s Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology event to be held November 19-21, 2013 in Sacramento, California. The conference continues the A&WMA legacy of promoting current air quality measurement methods and data use. Academia, consultants, industry, government, and manufacturers won’t want to miss the chance to hear the latest information on available technology, including new monitoring networks and regulations from industry and government experts. Air quality issues related to greenhouse gas measurements, ambient monitoring, fugitive and area source air measurements, quality assurance, and data uses in order to improve models, emission inventories, and policy decisions will also be addressed.

The conference provides a forum for current advances in measurement technology covering all aspects of air quality, including ambient air, indoor air, point sources, and area sources. Both laboratory and field studies are welcomed. Past participants include a full range of investigators from academe, industry, consultants, and government agencies. Concurrent sessions and vendor exhibits are planned.
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