Mother Lode Chapter A&WMA

Events & News

09 Feb 2012

REGISTRATION CLOSED
Dinner Meeting:  Slogging through the Modeling Maze

GUEST SPEAKER(S)

  • Leland Villalvazo, San Joaquin Valley APCD
  • Pat Sullivan, SCS Engineers
  • Gary Rubenstein, Sierra Research

PROGRAM TOPIC

Have you got the En-Oh-Two Blues?  Are you struggling to understand federal modeling guidance that seems to change weekly?  Well, we've got the answer take two aspirin and call us in the morning.  Or, you can join us for a lively discussion of the dispersion modeling challenges posed by the new federal air quality standards for nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and fine particulates over the last few years.  Our speakers include Leland Villalvazo of the San Joaquin Valley APCD who has spearheaded the efforts of California air districts to establish consistent modeling guidelines for dealing with these new standards; Pat Sullivan of SCS Engineers; and Gary Rubenstein of Sierra Research.

Who should attend?

This event is organized by the Mother Lode Chapter of the Air and Waste Management Association.  This event may be attended by students and their professors, and interested members and their colleagues.  We welcome representatives of regulatory agencies, academia, industry, community and environmental groups, and the consulting community.

Questions?

If you any questions regarding this event, please contact Todd Sax at todd.sax@arb.ca.gov or (916) 229-0884.

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