NSW/ACT Branch Webinar - Approaches to Ambient Air Quality Monitoring in New Zealand: 15 March, 2018

This webinar provides an insight into ambient air quality monitoring in New Zealand including new developments and approaches. This event is a must attend for people interested in ambient monitoring techniques particularly in regard to low-cost sensors which can be applied successfully in New Zealand and Australia.


March 15, 2018 - 11:00 am


March 15, 2018 - 12:00 pm

This webinar will be presented by Dr Ian Longley from NIWA on the topic of:

Approaches to Ambient Air Quality Monitoring in New Zealand

The webinar presentation will cover:

  • Requirement of New Zealand standards to monitor peak sites – interpretations and implications
  • Why New Zealand loves passive samplers – a brief history and learnings
  • New Zealand’s experiments with low-cost sensors – developments and directions

About the Presenter

Dr Ian Longley leads the Atmospheric Environment, Health and Society programme at NIWA in New Zealand.

He has worked in air quality research at NIWA since 2007 before which he conducted research in aerosol micrometeorology at the University of Manchester. Ian is a specialist in air pollution exposure science and the air quality impact of the built environment.

When: 15 March, 2018
Time: 11.00am AEDT
RSVP: 14 March, 2018
Cost: $15 Members

$30 Non-Members

This webinar attracts registration fees to cover the cost of the webinar service and the administrative time required to manage the event.

Webinar Recording

The recording is available to purchase after the event.  After you have purchased the product, you will receive an email with your invoice and a downloadable file in the email.


Francine Manansala – NSW/ACT Branch President and Society Secretary