Presentation – November 1, 2017 Facilitator
Status of Air Monitoring in Region 3 Alice Chow, EPA Region 3
Adapting to New QA Requirements Kia Hence-Long, EPA Region 3
PM2.5 FEMS: Reliability, Comparability, and Costs Sean Nolan, PA DEP
Report on IMPROVE Meeting Chuck Turner, VA DEQ
High Resolution Met Data Joel Dreessen, MDE
Presentation – November 2, 2017 Facilitator
A Review of 2017 Air Quality & a Conceptual Model of Ozone Formation Joel Dreessen, MDE
Ozone Water Land Environmental Transition Study: Example Measurements in an Attempt to Provide a 4-D View of Ozone in a Coastal Region Timothy Berkoff, NASA
Operation of Auto GC-FID at Rutgers University PAMS Luis Lim, NJ DEP
EMPs – What is the Best Path Forward? David Krask, MDE
Final Ozone NAAQS – PAMS and Enhanced Monitoring Plans – Ambient Air Monitoring in NESCAUM Bob Judge, EPA Region 1
PM2.5 and Water-Soluble Organic Carbon Chris Hennigan, UMD Baltimore County
Virginia DEQ SO2 Data Requirements Rule Monitoring Sites Chuck Turner, VA DEQ
MDE SO2 Update David Krask, MDE
Presentation – November 3, 2017 Facilitator
Updates on Exceptional Event Demonstrations Kia Hence-Long, EPA Region 3
New Jersey Exceptional Event Demonstration Update Luis Lim, NJ DEP
Maryland Exceptional Events Update Joel Dreessen, MDE
An Analysis of Operational Models of Community Science: Implications for Using Non-Routine Data and Building Community Capacity Dr. Candie Wilderman, Dickinson College
The Uses of Non-Routine Data – Philadelphia’s Plans for a Special Monitoring Project Dr. Kassahun Sellassie, Philadelphia AMS
The Uses of Non-Routine Data – Assessing Ambient Levels and Personal Exposures in Baltimore: the SEARCH Project Dr. Ben Hobbs, Johns Hopkins University | Dr. Misti Levy Zamora, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
New Generation Aerosol Satellite Products for Air Quality Mapping and Analysis Dr. Amy Huff, Penn State University

Training Workshop Description: This training workshop includes roundtable discussions with member agencies; updates from EPA Region III and OAQPS; and presentations from invited speakers. Participants will share their experience meeting challenges with new air quality monitoring technology, updated data analysis and quality assurance methods, and revised regulatory requirements. AGENDA