Welcome to the SA/NT Branch

A CALPUFF course is being held in Adelaide in July and the SA/NT Committee is reviewing ideas for more events in 2017.

CALPUFF: Introductory 17-19 July and Advanced 20 July, 2017
The three-day Introductory CALPUFF training course is aimed at individuals interested in air quality science who have a working knowledge of dispersion modelling.  The course will teach the proper use of CALPUFF through hands-on applications and give a thorough overview of dispersion modelling theory.  This session is recommended for new users or those requiring a refresher in the operation of the modelling system, especially the new features that have been introduced in the past few years.

The one-day advanced CALPUFF training course is aimed at individuals already familiar with the modelling system who want to learn more about complex applications and procedures.  A number of special topics of interest will be presented to illustrate how the features of the model have been tailored to specific modelling needs.

The course will be presented by Jenny Barclay, a previous member of the CALPUFF model development team.
Special Offer:  Purchase the CALApps software at a special discounted price.

I’d strongly encourage members to consider:

  • Supporting your Branch by attending events and getting to know your fellow Branch members and the committee.
  • Supporting CASANZ by contributing to the journal Air Quality and Climate Change – papers/contributions sent to the editors for review, highly welcomed.
  • Consider becoming a Certified Air Quality Professional (see CASANZ web pages).
  • Plan to attend the CASANZ 23rd International Clean Air & Environment Conference in Brisbane in August 2017.

The SA/NT branch and committee could do with new members!  If anyone is interested in joining please contact me or a committee member.

Matthew Pickett
SA/NT Branch President

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