AirPhoton is committed to provided education and training to air quality and climate professionals as well as to the public. From time to time we will be offering free as well as for a fee webinars and training activities. Please check this page for updates.
Upcoming Webinar Series August 2017:
The Power of In-Situ Measurements & Their Role in Understanding Regional and Global Air Quality. A Two Part Webinar Series Presented by AirPhoton and the Spartan Network There is no fee for these presentations however space is limited so we require registration. Please use the links below to register for each session separately. You will receive a separate confirmation e-mail for each session. If you cannot participate in the live sessions and would like to view recorded sessions please write to: Richard Kleidman (email@example.com)
Part One: In-situ, real-time and retrospective particulate measurements. August 3rd, 2017. 8 AM EDT. Approximate duration 1 hour. Presented by: Richard Kleidman, Chief Operating Officer, AirPhoton LLC and J. Vanderlei Martins, Chief Technical Officer, AirPhoton LLC This webinar has been completed. A recording is available for viewing on Vimeo. To access the recording, please click here. For the password to access this recording please send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org You can just put "Webinar access request" in the subject line. OBJECTIVE Nephelometers and filter based measurements are important tools used to study particulates and their role in air quality and climate. AirPhoton experts will explain the basics of these instruments, the different types of nephelometers and will also discuss the technical details of what we truly can and cannot learn from these measurements. SCHEDULE 8:00 to 8:05: Introduction – Rich Kleidman 8:05 to 8:25: Types of nephelometers and what they can and cannot measure. Can you use them to measure particle mass? - Rich Kleidman 8:25 to 8:35: Examining sample nephelometer data. -Rich Kleidman 8:35 to 8:45: Q&A about nephelometers - J. Vanderlei Martins 8:45 to 8:55: Filter based measurements - Rich Kleidman 8:55 to 9:00: Final Q&A - J. Vanderlei Martins
Part Two: The SPARTAN Network - The cutting edge of global air quality science. August 10th, 2017. 8 AM EDT. Approximate duration 1 hour. Presented by: Crystal Weagle, SPARTAN Network Instrument and Field Coordinator This presentation has been completed. A recording is available on Vimeo. To access the recording or to download the presentation please click here OBJECTIVE SPARTAN is an emerging global network dedicated to studying particulate air pollution and its effect on human health. SPARTAN is at the cutting edge of the science of air quality by combining the use of in-situ, satellite and model data. For more information on the SPARTAN network please see their website: www.spartan-network.org SCHEDULE 8:00 to 8:05: Introduction 8:05 to 8:25: What is SPARTAN? How is SPARTAN different than other networks? 8:25 to 8:40: How does SPARTAN use in-situ measurements? 8:40 to 8:50: How can I join SPARTAN or learn how to use your techniques to study air quality? 8:50 to 9:00: Q&A
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