The Big Fat Quiz of Airverything
Thursday, 13 August, 2020
4.00-5.30pm AEST | 6.00-7.30pm NZST
Your EAQP quiz masters will test you on your image recognition, how well you know fact from fiction, and your air quality and trans-Tasman knowledge. Let the pavlova debate continue. Read more.
In the News
Course: CRAMM/GRAL October, 2020
This 10 hour intensive course provides an overview of the Graz Lagrangian Model, GRAL, and the Graz Mesoscale Model, GRAMM. For full details, click here.
Course: CALPUFF September, 2020
This course is aimed at individuals interested in air quality science who have a working knowledge of dispersion modelling. For full details, click here.
Course: Introduction to Meteorology for Air Quality – November, 2020
An understanding of meteorology is essential for air quality practitioners. This course will outline key meteorological concepts and apply them to air quality applications. For full details, click here.
Course: Introductory Stack Testing – December, 2020
This fantastic course provides a comprehensive overview of the science of stack testing and covers the key principles then delves into the US EPA methods, teaching how each method works and why. For full details, click here.
WA Branch Technical Meeting – 6 or 7 August, 2020
Join the WA Branch on a tour of the Talloman rendering works (Lakes Road, Hazelmere) to see the measures they have taken to limit their (primarily) odour emissions. Read more.
EAQP presents: Faces of CASANZ – 29 July, 2020
CASANZ Deputy President – Jeff Bluett will briefly take you on a journey from chemistry teacher to air quality consultant in the second session of Faces of CASANZ. Read more.
Enews June Edition – 5 June, 2020
Read the latest edition of eNews, detailing upcoming online training courses to help you maintain your professional development; CASANZ 2021 Conference update; CASANZ Election update and much more. Read more.
COVID-19 lockdown implications for air quality in Aust & NZ – 4 June, 2020
Two experts in the field of air quality will present their work at this technical meeting. For full details, click here.
Course: Understanding and Managing Air Quality – July/August
This online course introduces the key aspects of air quality management, including the science behind the behaviour and effects of air pollution. For full details, click here.
Update from the CASANZ President – 1 April, 2020
Society President Francine Manansala gave an update on recent activities of the Council, CASANZ portfolios committees and future directions of the Society. This informative webinar is available for everyone to view. View here.
Covid-19 lockdown in UK – 31 March, 2020
Ricardo: an analysis of Covid-19 lockdown on UK local air pollution. Read more.
CASANZ Submission – 24 March, 2020
Read CASANZ (Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand) submission to the NSW inquiry into the health impacts of exposure to poor levels of air quality resulting from bushfire smoke, prepared by our Air Quality & Health SIG Co-chairs Clare Walter and Dr Benjamin Edokpolo. Read more.
|29 Jul, 2020||Faces of CASANZ||Online|
|30, 31 Jul, 2020 6, 7 Aug, 2020||Understanding and Managing Air Quality||Online|
|13 Aug. 2020||EAQP Virtual Meeting - The Big Fat Quiz of Airverything||Online|
|8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 Sept. 2020||CALPUFF||Online|
|6, 7, 13, 14, 15 Oct, 2020||GRAMM/GRAL||Online|
|11, 12, 18, 19 Nov, 2020||Introduction to Meteorology||Online|
|1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, Dec, 2020||Introductory Stack Testing||Online|
|16-19 May, 2021||25th International Clean Air and Environment Conference||Adelaide, SA|
Air Quality and Climate Change – 2020
Vol 54 No. 2 2020 edition of the Air Quality and Climate Change journal is now available. Click here to view/download.
The journal includes a host of scientific articles focussed on recent projects and research across Australia, New Zealand and often further abroad. It also has a large section on current industry news, highlighting recent developments in air quality management, climate change adaptation and significant new research. The journal is a members only benefit. To become a member, click here.
The Australian 2019/2020 bushfires and air quality – a summary of expert views and analyses
The 2019/2020 Australian bushfires have brought widespread devastation to several parts of Australia destroying homes and resulting in losses of human life, flora and fauna. Another consequence of the bushfires is the prolonged effect they have had on air quality. Many of our CASANZ members – who are experts in the field – have published scientific papers, have given interviews, and have publicly commented on the effects of the bushfires on air quality and health. Some of their findings and comments are summarised in this article.