Difference between revisions of "Exceptional Air Pollution Event Analysis Community Workspace"

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[http://datafedwiki.wustl.edu/index.php/070420GeorgiaSmoke 0705_GA_Smoke] | 0710_SoCal_Smoke  
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<center><b>[[ExceptionalEventList| General EE Catalog]]</b></center>
<center><b>[[ExceptionalEventList| General EE Catalog]]</b></center>

Revision as of 13:29, April 1, 2008

Exceptional Event (EE):

An air quality exceedance that would not have occured but for the presence of a natural/nonrecurring event.

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This is a community workspace for illustrative analyses of smoke, dust and other unusual events
Contributions are welcome of observations, models, tools, methods, analyses and discussions
Ideas on wiki contents and layout will be most appreciated!!


What's New

EE Context

EE Rule | Talking Points | EPA Docs | 1998 EPA Guide]
Regulatory | Scientific | Technical | Other..
People interested in Exceptional Event Analyses

Air Pollution Events

Illustrative EE Analyses

0705_GA_Smoke | 0710_SoCal_Smoke | 0402_Texas_Dust

General EE Catalog

EE-Related Resources

Tools and Methods
Reports, Papers

This open community wiki space has been established and is managed by Rudolf Husar, who is working as an EPA contractor. Any information presented on this website or any contribution by EPA personnel to the discussion on this website should not be construed as representing the Agency's position on these issues.