This CD-ROM collection contains the 500 full technical presentations from A&WMA’s 102nd Annual Conference & Exhibition, held June 2009 in Detroit, MI. Also included are the 2009 Critical Review, 'Remote Sensing of Particulate Pollution from Space: Have We Reached the Promised Land?,' and information on panels that took place during the Conference
This symposium, held in Chapel Hill, NC, November 3-6, 2008, provided a forum for current advances in measurement technology. It covered all aspects of air quality, including ambient air, indoor air, point sources, and area sources. Over 90 presentations are included on the CD.
This third volume of the Air Quality Modeling series from A&WMA and the EnviroComp Institute completes a comprehensive description of almost all technical topics related to air quality modeling. As a complement to the first two volumes, it also provides environmental scientists, engineers, researchers, and students with a comprehensive, organized, and evolving body of information in virtually all aspects of computer simulation of air pollu
The seventh MEGA Symposium, held in Baltimore, MD, August 25-28, 2008, showcased the latest development and operational experience regarding power plant air emissions. This internationally popular event featured state-of-the-art methods for reducing SOx, NOx, particulate, mercury, and toxics emissions from fossil-fueled boilers, as well as carbon dioxide emissions abatement. Over 100 full papers are included on this CD ROM.
This May 12-16, 2008 conference, held in Montreal, QC, provided a forum for the exchange of state-of-the-art technical information on thermal treatment technologies. The invited and contributed papers in this proceedings CD-ROM address approaches to safely managing waste streams amenable to thermal treatment processes, and evaluate their associated costs, risks, and impacts. Practical applications of technical and scientific advances are prese
This is the first volume of a new book series focusing on the evolving field of AIR QUALITY MODELING. This volume takes an in-depth look at the fundamentals of modeling: from a review of air pollution meteorology to an introduction to Gaussian plume models, from a discussion of plume rise formulations to a review of Eulerian grid models. With individual chapters written by experts in their fields, this publication gives environmental professio
This study guide, written by four practicing QEPs, differs from the Exam Prep Guide in that it touches on all areas of the written QEP examination, including general environmental science, air and water quality, waste management, and policy issues, using a series of sample questions and answers. Sold individually or with the Exam Prep Guide for a special price (for A&WMA members only).
Written and developed by practicing qualified environmental professionals (QEPs), this work is a must for candidates preparing for the QEP and EPI (environmental practices intern) written exams. Featuring more than 100 practice questions and answers similar to those found in Part 1 of the general environmental science portion of the QEP exam, the Prep. Guide is sold individually or with the Environmental Practices Review Study Guide for a spec
The New Source Review (NSR) Guidance Notebooks, produced by the U.S. EPA, are a compilation of policy statements, interpretations, and applicability determinations designed to aid in implementing prevention of significant deterioration and nonattainment area air pollution control programs under the Clean Air Act. The two-volume update contains more recent EPA documents, plus special features not available from the Technology Transfer Network, ...
This two-volume update to the original New Source Review Guidance Notebooks contains more recent EPA documents, plus special features not available from the Technology Transfer Network, including an appendix that lists the NSR rules and the memos that address or interpret each rule. See also Order Code PSD-NEW to order the entire set.
Volume II: Theories, Methodologies, Computational Techniques, and Available Databases & Software: This is the second volume of a new book series from A&WMA and the EnviroComp Institute focusing on the evolving field of air quality modeling. This volume takes an in-depth look at some advanced topics of air pollution modeling, such as large-eddy simulations, Lagrangian particle models, receptor models, deposition phenomena, indoor air po
This forth and last volume of the Air Quality Modeling series from A&WMA and the EnviroComp Institute completes a comprehensive description of almost all technical topics related to air quality modeling. As a complement to the first three volumes, it also provides environmental scientists, engineers, researchers, and students with a comprehensive, organized, and evolving body of information in virtually all aspects of computer simulation o
Held October 28-30, 2009 in Raleigh, NC, this conference provided a technical forum for environmental professionals to discuss proposed revisions to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Guideline on Air Quality Models, the guideline that is required for use in the preparation of state implementation plans, federal construction permits, and state permits. The CD contains 30 of the full papers from the conference.