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Title: Using local advances in fine particle source apportionment methods
Authors: Cohen, D
Issue Date: 7-Sep-2013
Publisher: CAZANZ
Citation: Cohen, D. (7 September, 2013). Using local advances in fine particle source apportionment methods
Abstract: The Local Organising Committee is pleased to announce that planning has commenced for the Advanced Air Quality Management Workshop to be held on 7 September, 2013 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre in Sydney, New South Wales. The workshop format will include facilitated discussion in four separate sessions where each topic will be introduced by leading local and international experts in the field using case studies where appropriate. The workshop topics will cover: •Advances in Emission Quantification & Regional Inventories exploring advances in emission estimation techniques and regional emissions inventory development. Sources to be addressed will include: on-road vehicles, biogenic, geogenic, residential wood heating, non-road diesel and mining emissions. • Photochemical and Secondary Particle Modelling, identifying suitable photochemical (i.e. nitrogen dioxide and ozone) and secondary particle (i.e. organic and inorganic) models and their performance, providing detailed emission inventory requirements, and using suitable techniques for airshed versus new source evaluation at the regional and local scales. • Particle Speciation and Source Apportionment, describing methods, results and databases available for organic and inorganic speciation of particles, comparing source apportionment techniques such as chemical mass balance and positive matrix factorisation, and using the results to guide environmental impact assessment and pollution control studies. • Air Quality Management, providing an updated on recent air quality management strategies established to address key air quality issues. The workshop outcomes will focus on identifying ways in which gaps in knowledge and skills can be best addressed through: research initiatives; training courses; and seminars. Air quality professionals within government, consulting, academia and industry are all encouraged to participate.
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