ARB Research Seminars

This page last reviewed October 03, 2016

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

Upcoming Seminars:

  • Frank Mitloehner, Ph.D., University of California, Davis
  • Quanitifcation of the Emission Reduction Benefits of Mitigation Strategies for Dairy Silage
  • Thursday, December 01, 2016, 1:30 p.m., PST Outlook button Save to Outlook.   Announcement. Research Project.

Recent Seminars:

Recent ARB Research Seminars by presenter, descending
Title Click a seminar title for details.DatePresenterAffiliationCategory
Effects of Complete Streets on Travel Behavior and Exposure to Vehicular Emissions05/24/16Zhu, YifangUniversity of California, Los AngelesPublic Health
Development and Demonstration of the Truck Activity Monitoring System 07/13/16Ritchie, Stephen Andre TokUniversity of California, IrvineAir 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
Emissions of Potent Greenhouse Gases from Appliance and Building Waste in Landfills05/20/16Nazli, Yesiller James Hanson Jean E. BognerCalifornia Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo; University of Illinois, ChicagoClimate Change
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
Atmospheric Measurement and Inverse Modeling to Improve Greenhouse Gas Emission Estimates10/04/16Fischer, MarcLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryAir Quality
Evaluating Mitigation Options of Nitrous Oxide Emissions in California Cropping Systems06/16/16Burger, MartinUniversity of California, DavisClimate Change

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