May 9, 2018 - 1:00 pm
May 9, 2018 - 2:00 pm
AddressWebinar - 1.00pm AEST - 30-60 minutes View map
About the Presenter
Ian Longley is a programme leader for Impacts of Air Pollutants research programme for New Zealand. He has a degree in Engineering and a PhD in Atmospheric Physics, both from the University of Manchester. He joined NIWA in 2007.
Ian’s research mission is to apply the latest scientific understanding to the practical management of air quality, whilst expanding our understanding of the relationships between emissions and health. His principle expertise lies in observationally-based studies of the impacts of exposure to road traffic emissions, however the programme he leads spans research into domestic heating, urban meteorology, atmospheric composition, indoor air, urban planning, environmental information and citizen participation.
Ian regularly acts as a consultant to Auckland Council, the Ministry for the Environment, the New Zealand Transport Agency and the infrastructure industry, and is currently advising the New South Wales Government regarding road tunnels. Ian has published over 50 scientific papers and reports and given presentations at conferences and meetings around the world.
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Jacinda Shen Training Co-ordinator