University of Wisconsin–Madison

AQAST Presentations

Presentations at Air Quality Management Meetings

2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012

2016

  • Analyzing surface O3 sensitivity to NOx and VOC emissions: the view from space, presented by Xiaomeng Jin, Photochemical modeling coordination telecon, 2016 [PPTX]
  • Applying models, ground- and space-based data to investigate Northeastern U.S. ozone air quality: Recent trends and future projections, presented by Arlene Fiore, Seminar at New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, NY, 2016 [PPTX]
  • Impacts of changing U.S. NOx emissions on ozone pollution: Insights from satellites, ground-based measurements and air quality models, presented by Arlene Fiore, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering NOx Controls Workshop, Bridgewater, NJ, 2016 [PPTX]
  • Variability & uncertainty in background ozone: Relevance to present & future O3 NAAQS, presented by Arlene Fiore, EPRI ENV-VISION Conference– Air Quality-Background Ozone II, Washington, D.C., 2016 [PPTX]

2015

AQAST presentations from the 2015 Energy Summit

    • NASA AQAST Support for Western US Air Quality Management, by Tracey Holloway at Western States Air Meeting, hosted by EPA, Boulder, CO; 5/15. [PDF]
    • NASA supporting healthy air: The NASA Air Quality Applied Sciences Team, by Tracey Holloway at American Thoracic Society, panel hosted by NASA Applied Sciences, Denver, CO; 5/15. [PDF]
    • Satellite Data for Air Quality in Wisconsin, by Tracey Holloway, Keynote Talk at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources State-Wide Air Meeting, Sheboygan, WI; 10/15. [PDF]
    • Air quality and climate connections, presented by A.M. Fiore at the 2015 Air & Waste Management Annual Conference, Raleigh, NC, 2015 [PDF]
    • The Role of Climate, the Stratosphere, and Emissions on US Surface ozone Trends and Extremes, presented by Meiyun Line and Arlene Fiore at the IGAC/SPARC Chemistry Climate Model Initiative Workshop, Italy, October 2015 [PDF]
    • Detecting changes in US background ozone means and extremes amidst climate variability, presented by Meiyun Lin and Arlene Fiore at the CARB/UC-Davis Meteorology And Climate – Modeling for Air Quality (MAC-MAQ) Conference, September 2015 [PDF]
    • Insight into Air Quality from Recent Measurement Campaigns and Model Runs, presented by Russ Dickerson to the Ozone Transport Commission, November 2015 [PDF]

Other Presentations

  • Constraining NOx emissions with space-based data, invited presentation by B.N. Duncan at the EPA 2015 International Emission Inventory Conference: Air Quality Challenges: Tackling the Changing Face of Emissions in San Diego April 13-16, 2015. [PDF]
  • OTC Modeling Committee 2015 update, presented by D. Goldberg and R.R. Dickerson at the Ozone Transport Commission Committee Meeting, Washington, DC, April 23, 2015 [PPTX]
  • Scientific insight from CMAQ modeling for the MDE SIP, presented by Hao He and R.R. Dickerson at the Ozone Transport Commission Committee Meeting, Washington, DC, April 23, 2015 [PPTX]
  • Characterizing and interpreting changes in U.S. climate and air pollution means and extremes seminar by A.M. Fiore at the Columbia School of Public Health, April 2015. [PDF]
  • Key drivers of Western U.S. surface ozone variability over recent decades: Stratospheric intrusions, Asian pollution, and climate, invited talk by M.Y. Lin to the CENRS Air Quality Research Subcommittee, Washington, DC, February 2015. [PPTX]

2014

  • Air Quality Applied Sciences Team (AQAST): Year 3 highlights by Daniel Jacob, presented at the NASA Applied Sciences Program Review, Washington, DC, July, 2014. [PPT]
  • NASA Air Quality Applied Sciences Team Update, by Dan Cohan; presented at the Southeast Texas Photochemical Modeling Technical Committee, Houston, TX, July 2014. [PDF]
  • 10-Year Spatial and Temporal Trends of PM2.5 in the Southeastern U.S. Estimated Using High-Resolution Satellite Data, by Yang Liu; presented at A&WMA’s 107th Annual Conference & Exhibition, Long Beach CA, June 2014. [PDF]
  • Air quality from space, by Bryan Duncan; presented to the World Bank at NASA GSFC, June 2014. [PPT]
  • Quantifying Source Contributions to O3 and PM2.5 Pollution Episodes across the Eastern US, by Tracey Holloway; presented at the LADCO-CenSARA Midwest and Central States Air Quality Workshop, St. Louis, April 2014. [PDF]
  • Relationships and trends among satellite NO2 columns and NOx emissions, by David G. Streets; presented at the 2014 Midwest and Central States Air Quality Workshop, St. Louis, April 2014. [PDF]
  • Modeling and observational constraints on NH3 emissions and sources of nitrogen deposition, by Daven Henze; presented at the LADCO-CenSARA Midwest and Central States Air Quality Workshop, St. Louis, April 2014. [PDF]
  • Shifting seasonal cycles of surface ozone: the role of regional vs. global emission changes in Northeast and Mountainous West US, by Olivia Clifton with Arlene Fiore; presented at the NYSERDA EMEP meeting, Albany, November 2013. [PDF]
  • NASA Air Quality Applied Sciences Team: investigating processes affecting western US air quality, by Arlene Fiore; presented to the WRAP Western Air Quality Modeling Workshop, Boulder, CO, July 2013. [PDF]
  • Advancing Emissions Quantification Techniques through the NASA AQAST Program, by David G. Streets;presented at the 2012 US EPA International Emission Inventory Conference, Tampa, FL, August 2012. [PDF]

2013

  • Wildfire in the western United States in the mid-21st century and consequences for air quality, by Loretta J. Mickley; presented at the 2013 Smoke Symposium of the International Association of Wildland Fire, College Park, MD, October 22, 2013. [PPT]
  • NASA Air Quality Applied Sciences Team (AQAST): recent work on ammonia and methane emissions relevant to CenSARA, by Daniel J. Jacob; presented at the CenSARA Technical Committee, August 6, 2013. [PPT]
  • Review of the Air Quality Applied Sciences Team (AQAST) and Year 2 Highlights, by Daniel J. Jacob;
    presented at the NASA Applied Science Program Review, Washington, DC, July 18, 2013. [PPT]
  • DISCOVER-AQ and the uses of remote sensing in air quality and climate studies, by Russ Dickerson;
    presented at Brookhaven National Lab, May 16, 2013. [PDF]
  • Iowa air quality: sources, trends, and new resources for emergency and routine events, by Scott Spak; presented at the IPHA Governor’s Conference on Public Health, Ames, IA, 9 April 2013. [Workshop Handout][Presentation]
  • HTAP Work Package 2.6: Comparison of Source Receptor (SR) and Source Attainment (SA) Methods, by Daven Henze; presented at the Hemispheric Transport of Air Pollution (HTAP) meeting, Geneva, Switzerland, March 22, 2013 [PDF]
  • What can we learn from observations & modeling to inform inventory estimates, by Russ Dickerson;
    presented at the MARAMA meeting, March 22, 2013 [PDF]
  • Modeling Ozone Exceptional Events: California, 2008 & Colorado/Wyoming, 2012, by Gabriele Pfister;
    presented at the WESTAR Wildfire and Exceptional Ozone Events Meeting, California Air Resources Board, Sacramento, March 5-6, 2013 [Meeting Agenda] [Presentation]
  • Utilization of satellite observations for improving cloud simulation in WRF, by Arastoo Pour Biazar, (working with AQAST investigator Dick McNider); presented at the 93rd AMS Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, Jan 2013. [Audio]
  • AQAST general overview, by Tracey Holloway [PPT]

2012

  • Building a next generation public health toolkit for local air pollution events, by Scott Spak; presented at the presented at the Iowa Environmental Health Association Fall Conference, Marshalltown, IA, October 23, 2012 [PDF]
  • Overview of the Air Quality Applied Sciences Team, by Daniel S. Cohan; presented at the CenSARA Business Meeting, Irving TX, 23 Oct 2012 [PPT]
  • The NASA Air Quality Applied Sciences Team (AQAST): exploitation of Aura data, by Daniel J. Jacob; presented at the Aura Science Team meeting, Pasadena, CA, 1-3 October, 2012. [PPT]
  • Overview of the Air Quality Applied Sciences Team (AQAST), by Loretta J. Mickley; presented at the NASA Health and Air Quality Applications Program Annual Review, Newport RI, September 19, 2012. [PPT]
  • Analyzing western U.S. air quality with models and satellite data, by Arlene M. Fiore; presented at the Western States Air Resources Council, Western Ozone Transport Workshop, Reno, NV, October, 2012. [PPT]
  • Daily to decadal variability in sources of surface ozone events over the western United States in spring, by Meiyun Lin; presented at the Western States Air Resources Council, Western Ozone Transport Workshop, Reno, NV, October 2012. [PDF]
  • Forecasting deep stratospheric ozone intrusions over the western United States from space, by Meiyun Lin; presented at the Aura Science Team Meeting, Pasadena, CA, October 2012. [PDF]
  • Global change and air quality: climate, background ozone, nitrogen deposition, visibility, and mercury, by Daniel J. Jacob; Commissioner’s Lecture at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Hartford, CT, July 18, 2012. [PPT | Video]
  • Chemical data assimilation with CMAQ and DISCOVER-AQ field measurements, by Tianfeng Chai; presented at the 11th Annual CMAS Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, October 15-17, 2012. [PPT]
  • Fine resolution Air Quality forecasting capability for limited-area domains over Eastern Texas, by Pius Lee; presented at the 11th Annual CMAS Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, October 15-17, 2012. [PPT]