ARB Research Seminars

This page last reviewed October 03, 2016

Leading scientists present their research findings about air pollution and climate change

Upcoming Seminars:

  • Arpad Horvath, Ph.D. and Corinne Scown, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • The Future of Drop-In Fuels: Life-Cycle Cost and Environmental Impacts of Bio-Based Hydrocarbon Fuel Pathways
  • Monday, December 19, 2016, 1:30 p.m., PST Outlook button Save to Outlook.   Announcement. Research Project.

Recent Seminars:


Recent ARB Research Seminars by date, ascending
Title Click a seminar title for details.DatePresenterAffiliationCategory
Evaluating Mitigation Options of Nitrous Oxide Emissions in California Cropping Systems06/16/16Burger, MartinUniversity of California, DavisClimate Change
Development and Demonstration of the Truck Activity Monitoring System 07/13/16Ritchie, Stephen Andre TokUniversity of California, IrvineAir Quality
Source Speciation of Central Valley GHG Emissions Using In-Situ Measurement of Volatile Organic Compounds08/25/16Goldstein, Allen and Marc FischerUniversity of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryAir Quality
Probing the Intrinsic Ability of Particles to Generate Reactive Oxygen Species and the Effect of Physiologically Relevant Solutes09/01/16Paulson;, Suzanne Cort Anastasio; Alam HassonUniversity of California, Los Angeles; University of California, Davis; California State University, FresnoAir Quality
Atmospheric Measurement and Inverse Modeling to Improve Greenhouse Gas Emission Estimates10/04/16Fischer, MarcLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryAir Quality
Quanitification of the Emission Reduction Benefits of Mitigation Strategies for Dairy Silage12/01/16Mitloehner, FrankUniversity of California, DavisAir Quality
The Feasibility of Renewable Natural Gas as a Large-Scale, Low Carbon Substitute 12/02/16Jaffe, Amy Myers, and Nathan ParkerUniversity of California, DavisClimate Change

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