EPA Air Quality Modeling Guideline and Guidance Webinar
Friday, April 21, 2017
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM ET
Please join us for the EPA’s Air Quality Modeling Guideline and Guidance Webinar on Friday, April 21stfrom 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM ET. This webinar will provide an overview of the revisions to Appendix W and related modeling guidance updates. REGISTER HERE
v Tyler Fox is the Group Leader for the Air Quality Modeling Group within the Air Quality Assessment Division of the Office of Air Quality Planning & Standards at the US Environmental Protection in Research Triangle Park, NC.
v Clint Tillerson is a Physical Scientist in the Air Quality Modeling Group. Prior to joining the EPA, Clint worked in the private sector as a consultant and contractor for the EPA, primarily focused on the continued development of the AERMOD system. Clint is a member of the Dispersion Modeling Team within AQMG and continues to focus on the development, testing, and evaluation of AERMOD.
v Chris Owen is a Physical Scientist in the Air Quality Modeling Group. Chris is leading the AERMOD development team and provides modeling support to the PSD and conformity communities. Chris is the primary point of contact for NO2, CO, and mobile source modeling issues and the technical lead on SILs development.
v Kirk Baker is a Physical Scientist in the Air Quality Modeling Group. Kirk is a point of contact on single-source and other chemical transport modeling applications, including the MERPs guidance.
v Chris Misenis is a Meteorologist in the Air Quality Modeling Group. Chris is the primary point of contact for MMIF and other prognostic meteorological modeling applications.
1. Introduction and Overview to the “Revisions to the Guideline on Air Quality Models” Final Rule – Tyler Fox
2. Science Improvements and Updates to EPA’s AERMOD Modeling System – Clint Tillerson
3. Revisions to 3-Tiered Demonstration Approach for NO2 – Chris Owen
4. Status of CALINE3 Models used for Mobile Source Modeling – Chris Owen
5. Addressing Single-Source Impacts on Ozone and Secondary PM2.5 – Kirk Baker
— Draft Modeled Emission Rates for Precursors (MERPs) guidance (Type of Tier 1 demonstration tool)
6. Status of CALPUFF and Assessing Long-Range Transport for PSD Increment and Regional Haze – Tyler Fox
7. Role of EPA’s Model Clearinghouse – Tyler Fox
8. Streamlining of Modeling Procedures for Cumulative Impact Analysis – Tyler Fox
9. Updates on Use of Meteorological Input Data for Regulatory Dispersion Modeling – Chris Misenis
— Mesoscale Model Interface Program (MMIF)
10. NO2 Research and Development – Chris Owen
11. Overview and Update on SIL Guidance for Ozone and Fine Particles – Chris Owen
12. Question and Answer Session – All
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