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June 21-23, 2016 - Midwest Air Quality Workshop

Overview of Air Quality Planning Programs and Deadlines - T. Pella, CenSARA
Wrap Up of Current Projects and the Future of AQAST Projects and Training Program - T. Holloway, Univ of WI-Madison
Exceptional Events Guidance Update - Melinda Beaver & Beth Palma, US EPA OAQPS
Exceptional Events: Texas Demonstration Lessons Learned - Erik Gribbin (Texas)
Preparing for the Regional Haze Rule 2nd Implementation Period – Melinda Beaver, US EPA OAQPS
CenSARA Class I Area Visibility Assessments – Uarporn Nopmongcol, Ramboll Environ
LADCO Class I Areas Visibility Assessments – Donna Kenski, LADCO
Georgia Approach for Estimating Reasonable Progress – Jim Boylan, Georgia
WRAP Perspectives on Regional Haze – Tom Moore, WRAP
EPA Overview: Translating Technical Work for 2015 Ozone, PM2.5, Regional Haze Technical Needs - Richard Wayland, US EPA OAQPS
EPA Plans for Providing Ozone Contribution Information for "Good Neighbor SIPs" - Norm Possiel, US EPA OAQP
CAMx Overview and Recent Updates – Chris Emery, RambollEnviron
Fine Scale Model Application for the Kansas City Region – Lance Avey and Andy Hawkins, U.S. EPA Region
Midwest Clean Air Stewardship - Building Upon the St. Louis Ozone Gardens: A New EPA Region-7 Environmental Education Initiative – Jack Fishman and Kelley Belina, Saint Louis University
Modeling Single Source Impacts on O3 and Secondary PM2.5 for Permit Related Programs – Kirk Baker, U.S. EPA API Single Source Secondary Impacts (O3 & PM2.5) Modeling Project – Dennis McNally, Alpine Geophysics
Updates on Class I AQRV Assessments & FLAG Guidance – Bret Anderson, USFS
BOEM Gulf of Mexico Study to Determine Exemption Levels for Permitting – Holli Ensz, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Gulf of Mexico Air Quality Study Concept: Trace Transport, Atmospheric Dynamics, Monitoring and Modeling – Jose Hernandez, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
AQAST NOAA/NESDIS Liaison Highlights and Planning for a Future Great Lakes Airborne Mission - Brad Pierce, NOAA/NESDIS
Update on Oil & Gas NEI and Emissions Too l – Marc Houyoux & Jennifer Snyder, U.S. EPA OAQPS
National Oil and Gas Committee: Looking Ahead - Mark Gibbs, OK
Using Field Campaign (SENEX 2013 and SONGNEX 2015) Observations to Constrain Model Predictions of Oil & Gas Emissions in Multiple Central State Shales (Fayetteville, Haynesville, Eagle Ford, etc.) – Stu McKeen, NOAA
Estimating Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) Emissions from U.S. Shale Plays Using an Integrated Top-down and Bottom-up Approach - Kuo-Jen Liao, Texas A&M-Kingsville
Influences of Wildfires and Stratospheric-Tropospheric Exchange on Ozone During SEACIONS Mission over St. Louis – Jack Fishman, Saint Louis University
Highlights from 2013 St. Louis Air Quality Study (SLAQRS) and Thinking Toward Future Regional Air Quality Assessments in the Midwest – Michael Walker, Washington University
Satellite Data, Modeling, and Planned Field Study for Better Charactering Wildfire Impacts (FIREX) – Brad Pierce, NOAA
Fire Tracking and Emissions Estimation Tools for Wild, Prescribed, and Agricultural Fires – Tom Moore, WRAP
Fire and Biogenic Modeling – Kirk Baker, U.S. EPA OAQPS
Influence of Biogenic Emissions and Boundary Conditions on Attainment Modeling – Alex Cohan, LADCO
Update on the 2014 National Emission Inventory: Current Status and Planned Updates – Marc Houyoux, U.S. EPA OAQPS
Analysis of Onroad Emissions Using MOVES2014 – Mark Janssen, LADCO
Taking MOVES to the Cloud – Julie McDill, MARAMA
Evaluation of Vertical Resolution and Biogenics Modeling on Ozone and Ozone Precursors – Monica Harkey, UW-Madison
ERTAC EGU Update – Mark Janssen, LADCO
LADCO Marine Vessel Project and Organizational Effort to Improve Rail Emissions at National Level – Mark Janssen, LADCO
Applicability of the Intermountain Region Data Warehouse Beyond the West – Tom Moore, WRAP
Enterprise Project for Consolidating Facility Reporting to National Databases: Combined Air Emissions Reporting (CAER) Project – Marc Houyoux, US EPA OAQPS
State Perspectives on the E-Enterprise CAER Project - Kathy Pendleton, TX, and Mark Gibbs, OK
E-Enterprise CAER project Q&A and discussion

April 22-24, 2014 - Midwest & Central States Air Quality Workshop

Overview of Central and Midwestern States Air Quality Issues: Design Values, Nonattainment, etc. - D. Kenski
Elevated Winter Nitrate in the Upper Midwest - C. Stanier
Process Based Ammonia Emissions Estimates - M. McCourtney
Modeling and Observational Constraints of NH3 Emissions and Sources of Nitrogen Deposition - D. Henze
Ammonia Monitoring Network - D. Gay
Development of EPA Oil & Gas Emissions Calculator Tool - R. Huntley
Satellite Signatures of Trace Gases Associated with US Oil and Gas Extraction FY 14 AQAST Project - B. Pierce
Status of Methane Emission Studies Across the Natural Gas System - A. Williams
Relationships and Trends among Satellite NO2 Column and NOX Emissions - D. Streets
What can year-long hourly measurements tell us about emissions? - B. DeFoy
Coordinating Research Council Project:  State-Supported MOVES Input Improvements - J. Koupal
ERTAC EGU Model and Compare/Contrast to IPM - M. Janssen
Characterizing Growth in the Power Sector for Regional Air Quality Modeling - B. Lopez
Residential Fuel Combustion Inventory and Projections - M. Kuskie
Compare/Contrast of MEGAN and BEIS - K. Baker
CMAQ and CAMx Overview and Recent Updates - C. Emery
IWRF Meteorological Model Evaluation - D. Brown
LADCO’s 2011 and 2018 Ozone Modeling - A. Cohan
IWAQM3: Single Source Long Range Transport - B. Anderson
Near-Field Secondary Impacts - K. Baker
2011 Based Source Contribution and Sensitivity Modeling - K. Baker
Quantifying Source Contributions to O3 and PM2.5 Pollution Episodes across the Eastern US AQAST Project - T. Holloway
SEMAP 2018 Ozone and PM2.5 Projections and Ozone Transport Modeling - J. Boylan
Quantifying Regional Background Ozone for Houston, TX - J. Smith
Flint Hills Exceptional Event Technical Demonstration - C. Craig
Impact of Western State Fires on the Central and Midwest US - T. Moore
LADCO Approach
Development and Application of PM2.5 Interpollutant Trading Ratios to Account for PM2.5 Secondary Formation in Georgia
Designations, Permitting, SIP Work - Panel members include: John Summerhays -Presentation (US EPA, Region 5), Erik Snyder -Presentation (US EPA, Region 6), Ken Ritter -Presentation (Indiana), Emily Wilbur (Missouri), Jeff Sprague-Presentation Part I and Part II and David Bloomberg (Illinois)

Data Validation Training: October 25-26, Rockford, IL; October 26-27, Toledo, OH

Session 1 - Overview of Data Validation Procedures
Session 2 - Criteria Pollutants (Gaseous)
Session 3 - Particulate Matter & TEOM Issues at Dearborn, MI
Session 4 - VOCs and Air Toxics
Session 5 - Surface Meteorological Measurements
Session 6 - Upper-Air Meteorological Measurements
Session 7 - Pb, Aethalometer and Other Datasets
Session 8 - Other Data Sets, Special Topics
Session 9 - Data Flagging - Angie Shatas, EPA OAQPS
Session 10 - Tools & Software

November 23, 2010

Introductions & Purpose/Goals - Michael Koerber (LADCO), Bart Sponseller & Bruce Rodger (WDNR)
Overview of MDN Network in the U.S. & Upper Midwest, David Gay (Illinois Water Survey)
Great Lakes Regional Mercury Synthesis and Proposed National Mercury Monitoring Network, Jim Weiner (University of Wisconsin); & David Evers (Biodiversity Research Institute)
Overview of LADCO's Regional Mercury Monitoring Network Assessment, Donna Kenski (LADCO)

October 26, 2010

October 27, 2010

March 24-25, 2010

October 27-29, 2009

October 15-16, 2008

October 10, 2007

March 21-22, 2007

February 22, 2006

November 16, 2005

June 28 - 29, 2005

March 8-9, 2005

November 17, 2004