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

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===<center>[[Dataset Catalog - Barcelona Demo|EE-Relevant Datasets]]</center>===
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== Exceptional Event-Relevant Datasets ==
*[[Dataset_Catalog_-_Barcelona_Demo#Demo_Datasets_by_Virtual_Workgroup|Demo Datasets by Virtual Workgroup]]
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== Tools and Methods for EE Analysis ==
 
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== Air Pollution Event Catalog ==
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====Barcelona Links====
 
[[Barcelona Demo Participants]]
 
[http://www.igarss07.org/frontal/Geoss.asp GEOSS Workshop]
 
 
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Revision as of 22:07, September 25, 2007


The purpose of this wiki workspace to develop technically illustrative examples in accordance with EPA's Exceptional Events Rule
The community is invited to contribute data, tools, analyses or discussion on fires, storms and other unusual AQ events


What's New

  • 2007-09-25: Exceptional Event ESIP wiki space established

Exceptional Event Rule Documents

Air Pollution Event Websites

Exceptional Event-Relevant Datasets

Tools and Methods for EE Analysis

Air Pollution Event Catalog

This open community wiki space has been established and is managed by Rudolf Husar, who is working as an EPA contractor.

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