Preparation of Model Ready Meteorology Files – Regulator Webinar: 2 November, 2017

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.

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November 2, 2017
DURATION:
1.00pm - 3.15pm AEDT
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This webinar is an opportunity for air quality regulators to set out their key wish list for meteorological files used to drive dispersion models.  The discussion will include jurisdiction specific requirements, reporting tips and guidance documents (where applicable).

Webinar Program: 2 November 2017: 1 pm AEDT
Time Item Speaker
1 pm Welcome Dr Peter Rye
CASANZ Modelling Special Interest Group Chair
1:05 pm NSW Representative from the Air Technical Advisory
Services Unit
New South Wales Environment Protection Authority
Jurisdiction modelling guidance:
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1:25 pm QLD Dr Suhail Khan
Technical Specialist
Regulatory Capability and Customer Service
Department of Environment and Heritage Protection
1:45 pm SA Dr Pushan Shah
Senior Air Quality Modeller, Team Leader
EPA South Australia–
Data, Information and NPI
Jurisdiction modelling guidance:
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2:05 pm Tasmania Dr Elizabeth Chelkowska, MAIP, MInstP
Senior Scientific Officer: Air Modelling
EPA Tasmania
2:25 pm Victoria Mr Jason Choi
Specialist Applied Scientist – Air and Odour
Environment Protection Authority of Victoria
Jurisdiction modelling met file guidance:
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2.45 pm WA Dr Peter Rye
CASANZ Modelling Special Interest Group Chair
3:05 pm Questions Dr Peter Rye
CASANZ Modelling Special Interest Group Chair
3.15 pm Close

The webinar will be held at 1 pm EDST on 2 November 2017.

Details on how to access the webinar will be provided by email on confirmation of your registration for the event.

This course is aimed at experienced air quality modellers or people wishing to upskill in the modelling field.

The webinar is worth three Certified Air Quality Professional, continuing development points

MemberNon-member
A$60A$120

Registration closes 23 October 2017

Discounts
If you have registered for the complementary event “Preparation of Model Ready Meteorology Files: 16 November, 2017 – Online Course” you are eligable for a 10% discount on this webinar use coupon code Multi17 at the checkout

Jacinda Shen
CASANZ Training Coordinator
jacinda@casanz.org.au