Application of Low-Cost Sensors and Their Networks for Urban Air Quality Monitoring: 19 October, 2017
This exciting course pairs the principles of low cost sensor monitoring with practical sessions on building and operating low cost sensor networks for air quality applications. This course immediately follows the 23rd International Clean Air and Environment Conference, held in Brisbane. Early Bird Registration Closes: 4 September, 2017. Registration Closes: 9 October, 2017.
In this webinar Yvonne Scorgie, Acting Director, Climate & Atmospheric Science, will provide an overview of the current air quality forecasting capabilities of the Office of Environment and Heritage(OEH). The second part of the webinar will focus on research currently underway to improve the skill of OEH forecasting.
What do air quality regulators want to see in meteorological files used to drive dispersion models? This webinar features representatives from EPA South Australia, EPA Victoria, EPA Tasmania, EPA NSW and the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, QLD speaking about what their jurisdiction requires for meteorological files. The Western Australian perspective will be presented by Dr Peter Rye, ModSIG Chair. The webinar is designed to complement the online course “Preparation of Model Ready Meteorology Files”. Registration closes on 23 October.
This online event covers specific tools for generation of “model ready” meteorological data files for AERMOD. Consisting of pre-course consultation, live online training and a post course forum, this course is a must-attend event for air quality modellers in Australia and New Zealand. Early bird registration is available to 29 September. Standard registration closes on 3 November. Places are limited so please register early.