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Consequences of Global Change for Air Quality Progress Review

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February 20 - 21, 2007
Research Triangle Park, NC

This meeting combines the reporting of results from STAR grants and EPA internal research with previews of several new awards. Come hear about the potential impacts of climate and landuse change on air quality, including ozone, particulate matter, and mercury.

Speaker presentations will be available through this page prior to the meeting.

For more detailed information on this Progress Review see:

Author Presentation Title
Peter Adams,
Carnegie Mellon University
Air Quality and Climate Change (PDF) (42 pp, 1.7 MB)
Dan Costa,
Air Research National Program Director,
Office of Research and Development
Consequences of Global Change for Air Quality (PDF) (5 pp, 364 K)
Robert Harley,
University of California, Berkeley
Guiding Future Air Quality Management in California: Sensitivity to Changing Climate (PDF) (23 pp, 2.6 MB)
Brooke Hemming
Office of Research and Development
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Uncertainty in the US EPA Assessment of the Impact of Global Change on US Air Quality (PDF) (13 pp, 319 K)
Daniel Jacob
Harvard University
GLOBAL CHANGE AND AIR POLLUTION (GCAP) An EPA-STAR Project - Work to date and future plans - (PDF) (39 pp, 2.2 MB)
Mark Jacobson,
Stanford University
Effects of Future Emissions and a Changed Climate on Urban Air Quality (PDF) (22 pp, 1.3 MB)
Michael Kleeman,
University of California, Davis
Impact of Global Change on Urban Air Quality via Changes in Mobile Source Emissions, Background Concentrations, and Regional-Scale Meteorological Feedbacks(PDF) (23 pp, 1.5 MB)
Brian Lamb
Washington State University
Multi-scale Modeling of the Effects of Global Change upon Regional Air Quality (PDF) (40 pp, 2.9 MB)
Xin-Zhong Liang,
University of Illinois
Work Plan for the Development, Application, and Evaluation of Global-Through-Urban WRF/Chem to Study the Impact of Global Change on Air Quality (PDF) (47 pp, 4.6 MB)
Huiting Mao, University of New Hampshire A Coupled Measurement-Modeling Approach To Improve Biogenic Emission Estimates: Application to Future Air Quality Assessments (PDF) (28 pp, 1.8 MB)
Daniel Obrist,
DRI
Effects of Global Change on the Atmospheric Mercury Burden and Mercury Sequestration Through Changes in Ecosystem Carbon Pools (PDF) (19 pp, 770 K)
Ted Russell,
Georgia Institute of Technology
Sensitivity and Uncertainty Assessment of Global Climate Change Impacts on Regional Ozone and PM2.5 (PDF) (59 pp, 1.8 MB)
James Schauer
University of Wisconsin
Sensitivity of Heterogeneous Atmospheric Mercury Processes to Climate Change (PDF) (20 pp, 1.8 MB)
Joel Scheraga
Global Research National Program Director,
Office of Research and Development
Introduction and Assessment Overview (PDF) (15 pp, 380 KB)
Sanford Sillman
University of Michigan
Impact of climate change on air quality in the U.S.: Global- and regional-scale models for ozone and mercury (PDF) (43 pp, 493 K)
Yang Zhang,
North Carolina State University
Work Plan for the Development, Application, and Evaluation of Global-Through-Urban WRF/Chem to Study the Impact of Global Change on Air Quality (PDF) (22 pp, 409 K)

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