ARB Research Activities
This page last reviewed March 17, 2017
Visit our Outreach webpage to read about our latest completed projects, fact sheets, and syntheses on research topics.
March 29, 2017 at 1:00 pm
Developing a New Methodology to Analyze Potential Displacement by Karen Chapple, UC Berkeley
- Identifying urban designs and traffic management strategies for southern California that reduce air pollution exposure
- Investigating semi-volatile organic compound emissions from light-duty vehicles
- Emissions of potent GHGs from appliance and building waste in landfills
- Air quality impacts of low vapor pressure-volatile organic compounds
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The California Air Resources Board sponsors a comprehensive program of research into the causes and effects of, and possible solutions to, the air pollution problem in California. The goal of the research program is to provide timely scientific and technical information needed to develop and support the public policy decisions required for an effective air pollution control program. Keep up to date with the Research Division activities by visiting our News & Publications webpage which has our "Research in Review" newsletter, Research Syntheses, Notes, and more.
Use the search system below for specific research projects currently funded or completed by ARB . Enter a keyword, term, or author and hit the search button.
Learn more about our research efforts focused on the following program areas:
|Health & Exposure||Climate Change|
|Emissions Monitoring & Control||Atmospheric Processes|
|Research Planning & Committees||Economic Analysis|
For more information about air pollution research, please contact Heather Choi at (916) 322-3893.