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Here is a tentative agenda for the 2017 CMAS Conference. Each speaker is alloted 15 minutes for their oral presentation and 5 minutes for questions. We will strictly enforce these time allotments, so that we have time to accommodate everyone on the schedule.
*Times listed below are subject to change.

October 23, 2017

 Grumman Auditorium
7:30 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
8:00 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
8:30 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
8:45 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
8:55 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
9:40 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
10:10 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
  Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
10:40 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
11:00 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
11:20 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
11:40 AM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
12:00 PM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
  Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
1:00 PM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
1:20 PM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
1:40 PM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies
Marina Astitha   Slides
Effects of Relative Reduction Factor Grid Cell Sampling Approaches on Model Attainment Demonstrations
Byeong-Uk Kim   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Break Registration and Continental Breakfast Real world emissions of NOx and other pollutants in the Ft. McHenry tunnel
A. Khlystov   Slides
MOVES-Based NOx Analyses for Urban Case Studies in Texas
Kenneth Craig Extended Abstract  Slides
Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory
Brian McDonald   Slides
Comparison of light-duty gasoline NOx emission rates estimated from MOVES with real-world measurements
Darrell Sonntag   Slides
Updates on Production of NOx by Lightning
Kenneth Pickering   Slides
Influence of different canopy reduction functions on biogenic NO emission patterns in northern Europe
Jan A. Arndt   Slides
Introduction to posters
Break Evaluation of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides in Houston, Texas Using Three-Dimensional Aircraft Observations during the DISCOVER-AQ 2013 Mission
Jim Smith   Slides
A/V Upload
Plenary Address: Fine scale street-level AQ informatics system for exposure
Jimmy Fung, Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lunch in Trillium

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Break

Poster Session 1

Welcome and Opening Remarks: Dr. Terry Magnuson, UNC Vice Chancellor for Research
CMAS Status Update, Adel Hanna (UNC)
Keynote Address: NASA'S Satellite and Sub-Orbital Measurements for Air Quality and Health Applications
Ali H. Omar, Langley Science Directorate and Acting Head, Atmospheric Composition Branch
Break

Improving the Characterization of the Ambient NOy Budget

Chaired by Heather Simon and Darrell Sonntag, US EPA
Technical discussions on Emissions and Atmospheric Modeling (TEAM)
Barron Henderson   Slides
Evaluation of NOx Emissions and Modeling
Barron Henderson   Slides
Reconciling modeled and observed upper tropospheric NO2 for the interpretation of satellite measurements
Rachel Silvern   Slides
2:00 PM Break Source apportionment of reactive nitrogen deposition in the Greater Yellowstone Area using CAMx-PSAT
Rui Zhang   Slides

Regulatory Modeling and SIP Applications

Chaired by Pat Dolwick and Brian Timin, US EPA
  Retrospective analysis of the air quality health benefits of phasing out coal-fired power plants in Ontario
Yasar Burak Oztaner   Slides
Developing Strategies to Attain Air Quality Standards in the South Coast Air Basin of California and Evaluating Precursor Emission Trading Ratios for PM2.5 Formation
Marc Carreras-Sospedra   Slides
Hybrid Plume/Grid Modeling for the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Annual PM2.5 State Implementation Plan
Christopher Emery   Slides
Modeled Impacts of Wood Burning Controls on 24-hour PM2.5 Attainment in Fairbanks, Alaska
Mark Hixson   Slides
Representative Meteorological Data for AERMOD: A Case Study of WRF-Extracted Data Versus Nearby Airport Data
Tiffany Stefanescu Extended Abstract  Slides
Application of ABaCAS (Air Benefit and Cost and Attainment Assessment System)-TX for Ozone Non-attainment in Southeast Texas
Tingting Cao Extended Abstract  Slides
Source Apportionment Modeling to Investigate Background, Regional, and Local Contributions to Ozone Concentrations in Denver, Phoenix, Detroit, and Atlanta
Garnet Erdakos   Slides
Predicting Future-Year Ozone Concentrations: Integrated Observational-Modeling Approach for Probabilistic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Emission Control strategies