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==  -- [[User:Rhusar|Rhusar]] 19:58, 13 January 2010 (EST) ==
== Tech Support for EE Managment ==
This page points to relevant discussions going on in the Exceptional Event workspace.  ''A desirable mix of issues would include:''
* Access to current aq data
* ''Regulatory issues''
* Ease of use (accessible console buttons, easier customizations),
* ''Scientific issues''
* Tools to help separate smoke caused O3 from the normal pattern (probably with temporal smoothing, like the "excess tool, but perhaps presented as the probability the concentration was not expected).
** [[Talk: Exceptional Event Analyses|Illustrative EE Analyses]]
* Tools to separate dust in the West standardized characterization of "normal" winds.
** [[Talk: ExceptionalEventList| General EE Catalog]]
* ''Technical/Operational issues''
* An overarching biggy is to reduce the workload of State(s)
** [[Talk:EE_Tools and Methods| Tools and Methods]]
* For producing a credible demo (including multistate impacts with duplicate workload)
**  [[Talk:EE_Related_Datasets|Datasets]]
* and for the EPA/Regional review.
* ''Others ...''
* Push a button, and out pops an online report, organized like the EE regulatory requirements.
** [[Talk:EE_User_Support| User Support]]
* Commentary cant be automated, so a library of example demos should be maintained.
** [[Talk:EE_DSS_Webinar| EE DSS Webinar]]

Latest revision as of 09:40, April 18, 2013

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Contributions are welcome of observations, models, tools, methods, analyses and discussions. For questions or to get involved email Erin Robinson, erinrobinson@esipfed.org or Rudy Husar, rhusar@wustl.edu.

To join the email list: https://groups.google.com/a/esipfed.org/forum/#!forum/ee-aq-analysis-community

This page points to relevant discussions going on in the Exceptional Event workspace. A desirable mix of issues would include: