* October 31-November 01, 2013
* October 23-October 25, 2013
* November 4-November 06, 2013
No Remote Sensing classes are scheduled
Classes indicated in grey are full.
* 12th Annual CMAS Conference, October 28-30, 2013
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The 12th Annual CMAS Conference is now accepting registrations! The 12th Annual CMAS Conference will be held October 28-30, 2013 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and members of the CMAS community who wish to present at the conference are encouraged to register at their earliest convenience. Potential presenters must provide us with a presentation title, brief description, and preference for format (oral or poster) and session by June 28, 2013 to be considered.
This year's CMAS Conference will feature the following sessions:
- Air Quality Measurements and Observational Studies
- Computational Aspects of Air Quality Models
- Emissions Inventories, Models, and Processes
- Fine Scale Modeling and Single Source Assessments
- Global/Regional Modeling Applications
- Model Development
- Model Evaluation and Analysis
- Modeling to Support Exposure and Health Studies and Community-scale Applications
- Sensitivity of Air Quality Models to Meteorological Inputs
Naresh Kumar of EPRI convened a workshop in Arlington, VA in September 2011 to develop a framework to guide future research in air quality model development. summarizes the workshop.
Minutes from the Developers/Users forum at the 2012 CMAS Conference are now posted on the CMAS Wiki.
EPA AirNow Current US Ozone
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The Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) Modeling System combines current knowledge in atmospheric science and air quality modeling with multi-processor computing techniques in an open-source framework to deliver fast, technically sound estimates of ozone, particulates, toxics, and acid deposition.
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See something missing in this list? Email with the name of the modeling system and a link to a web page with more information.