January 19-20, 2011

Holiday Inn College Park
College Park, MD

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW & PRESENTATIONS:

Hotel Information

Primary Focus:

What does the science tell us about the pollutants and scale of the control areas (local, super-regional, national) needed to address the new ozone and fine particle standards over the next ten years? How does this relate to the controls needed to address other key concerns like NO2, SO2, Hg and regional haze?

The meeting Objectives are threefold: 

  • To facilitate interaction among data analysts in MARAMA agencies and encourage them to work together.
  • To improve MARAMA agencies' ability to use data to address key policy issues.
  • To provide a forum for learning about recent research that would help inform the policy making process.

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MARAMA Data Analysis Workshop Notes

AGENDA

Trends in Regional Ozone Patterns
Duc Nguyen, MDE

Season & Geographic Variation in BAM Monitor Performance in North Carolina, 2009-2010
Wayne Cornelius, NC DENR

PAMS Data Analysis - The NESCAUM Workgroup Overview
Jeff Underhill, NH DES

Anthorpogenic and Biogenic Isoprene Concetrations of Two PAM Stations in Maryland
Asfaw Tedla, MDE

Linking Air Quality & Health & Comparing Modeled and Monitored Air Quality
Steve Anderson, NJ DEP

Forecasting in a Changing Air Quality Regime
Bill Ryan, Pennsylvania State University

Will Network Assessments Change How We Analyze Air Quality Data?
Charlie Pietarinen, NJ  DEP

Integrated Policy - Relevant Science for Air Quality
Dr. Russell Dickerson, University of Maryland

Exceptional Event Analysis of a 2008 Wildfire
Tom Ballou, VA DEQ

Dispersion Modeling Analysis of Diesel Emissions from Ports and Railyard
Peg Hanna, NJ DEP

Distinguishing Local and Regional Impacts
Jason Maranche, Allegheny County HD

The Influence of the Chesapeake Bay Breeze on Maryland Air Quality
Laura Landry, MDE

Analysis of Emissions Inventory Data 
Patrick Davis & Julie McDill, MARAMA

The Impact of Recent Real-World Emission  Changes & Meteorlogical Variations on Surface Ozone Concentration in the Eastern US
James Godowitch, US EPA

Data Analysis within EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning & Standards: Thoughts on How Modeling & Data Analyses Can be Used to Influence Policymaking
Patrick Dolwick, EPA OAQPS

The New York City Community Air Survey
Iyad Kheirbek, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Use of Satellite Data for Air Quality Forecasting and Analysis
Dr. Amy Huff, Battelle

Trends in NO2 Concentrations in the Eastern US Derived from Satellite Observations
Dr. Kenneth Pickering,  NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Discover AQ -  A Field Campaign to Improve the Diagnosis of Air Quality using Satellite Data
Dr. James H. Crawford, NASA Langley Research Center

The Use of Satellite Observations in the Evaluation of Air Quality Models
Dr. Tim Canty, University of Maryland

Updated: 3 February 2011

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