Research Division News & Publications

This page last reviewed September 22, 2016

ARB’s research goals of informing health-based air quality standards, reducing air pollution exposures, and protecting California from the potential impacts of climate change are met through a diverse portfolio of projects. These projects, including final reports, seminars, and other related materials can be found through our Research Projects Catalog. The Research Division puts together a biannual newsletter titled "Research in Review", various Fact Sheets and Research Syntheses and Notes, as well as holding Research Seminars and coordinating the Chair's Lecture Series.

The "Research in Review" Newsletter

The Research in Review newsletter will keep you informed about the Air Resources Boardís (ARBís) recently completed research projects.

Research Syntheses and Notes

A summarization of research findings by ARB and from the greater academic and research community have been developed on these recent topics:

Fact Sheets

Fact Sheets from the Research Division can be accessed in various places on the ARB website. Mainly at:

Research Seminars

The purpose of the Research Seminar Series is to provide the contractor a public forum to present the findings of the ARB-funded research. Leading scientists present their research findings about air pollution and climate change.

Upcoming and past Research Seminars can be accessed on our website at http://www.arb.ca.gov/research/seminars/seminars.htm. Each seminar will have brief overview of the topic as well as the presentation materials and a video link posted after the event.

Chair's Lecture Series

The Chair of the Air Resources Board is pleased to announce specially invited guests to speak on topical environmental subjects involving air pollution and global warming.

For a listing of upcoming and past lectures in the series, visit our webpage at http://www.arb.ca.gov/research/lectures/lectures.htm


 

For more information on Research Division projects and publications, email Heather Choi or call (916) 322-3893.

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