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9th Modeling Conference Presentations

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Day 1 - October 9, 2008
   Morning Session


      Welcome 9th Modeling Conference

      Appendix W Refresher
         General Overview (PDF) (22pp, 221k) – Tyler Fox
         Clarification Memorand (PDF) (18pp, 319k) – Roger Brode

      Non-Guideline Applications
         Non-Guideline Applications: Introductory Remarks (PDF) – Tyler Fox
         2002 National Air Toxics Assessment (NATA) (PDF) – Ted Palma
         AERMOD Experiences during the Birmingham Area Particle Study (BAPS) (PDF) – Leigh Bacon/Joe Sims
         Use of Photochemical Grid Models for NEPA: New Oil and Gas Wells (PDF) - Ralph Morris

      Use of Gridded MET in Dispersion Models
         Introduction (PDF) – Bret Anderson
         MM5-AERMOD Tool (PDF) – Roger Brode
         Mesoscale Model Data Reformatter Program (PDF) – Herman Wong

Day 1 - October 9, 2008
   Afternoon Session


      Current Guideline Models - AERMOD
         AERMOD Implementation WorkGroup (AIWG) (PDF) – Randy Robinson
         AERMOD Modeling System: Status and Updates (PDF) – Roger Brode
         AERSURFACE Tool: Status and Update (PDF) – Roger Brode
         AERSCREEN: Status and Update (PDF) – James Thurman
         BPIP/PRIME Workgroup (PDF) – Roger Brode
         AERMIC Update (PDF) – Roger Brode

      Current Guideline Models - CALPUFF
         CALPUFF Modeling System: Status & Updates (PDF) – Tyler Fox
         Science and Implementation Issues (PDF) – Roger Brode
         API Efforts to Address CALPUFF Chemistry Issues (PDF) – Prakash Karamchandani
         CALPUFF Development, Maintenance & Evaluation (PDF) – Joe Scire
         CALPUFF Performance Evaluation (PDF) – Bret Anderson

Day 2 - October 10, 2008
   Morning Session


      Review of Current and Available Model Evaluation Methods
         Introductory Remarks: Model Evaluation Methods (PDF) – Tyler Fox
         Overview of Atmospheric Model Evaluation Tool (AMET) (PDF) – Wyat Appel
         Comments on Evaluation Procedures for AQ/Met Models (PDF) – Bob Paine
         AERMOD Evaluation for Non-Guideline Applications (PDF) – Roger Brode
         Evaluation Methods for Long Range Transport (PDF) – Bret Anderson

      Review of new and Emerging Models/Techniques for Future Consideration
         Long range transport modeling (particle, puff, etc.)
            General Overview – Bret Anderson
            New and Emerging Model Technology for the Regulatory Model Community (PDF) – Bret Anderson
            Overview of HYSPLIT (PDF) – Roland Draxler
            Overview of Puff-Particle Model (PPM) (PDF) – Joe Scire
         Single-Source Modeling for O3, PM2.5, and Visibility
            Development and Application of Advanced Plume-in-Grid (PiG) Multi-pollutant Models (PDF) – Prakash Karachamchandi
            Single Source Modeling w/ Photochemical Models (PDF) – Kirk Baker
            Single Source O3 & PM2.5 Modeling (PDF) – Ralph Morris

Day 2 - October 10, 2008
   Afternoon Session


      Public Presentations
         Comments on behalf of the American Petroleum Institute (PDF) – Dr. Bruce Egan
         Evaluation of the Accuracy of MM5/CALMET Generated Wind Fields in Southwestern Wyoming (PDF) - Doug Blewitt
         Case Study of Comparisons of MM5/CALMET Modeling Outputs (PDF) – Doug Blewitt
         Use of NOAA Reanalysis Data for AERMET/AERMOD (PDF) – Peter Manousos
         Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA) Presentations
             Introduction (PDF) – George Schewe
             AERMOD Issues (PDF) – George Schewe
             CALPUFF Issues (PDF) – Gale Hoffnagle
             Meteorological Input to Models (PDF) – Joe Scire
             Comments on Building and Terrain Downwash Issues (PDF) – Ron Petersen
             Comments on Modeling PM2.5 Emissions (PDF) – Bob Paine
         Comments on behalf of Utility Air Regulatory Group (UARG) – Penny Shamblin
         Regulatory Air Quality Models for next Generation Computers: Prospects and Challenges (PDF) – George Delic

 

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