Presentation archive

December 2001

The Environment Agency’s Air Pollution Episode Analysis Protocol
Mark Broomfield, Enviros Aspinwall

Forecasting UK Air Pollution Episodes
Paul Willis, AEA Technology

PAH: Emission Sources and Monitoring
Mike Woodfield, AEA Technology

The EEA Ozone Website and its Application in Managing the Effects of Ozone Episodes
Frank de Leeuw, European Topic Centre on Air and Climate Change

Air Pollution and Health: Disentangling Effects of Episodes from Acute and Chronic Exposure
Iain Beverland, University of Edinburgh Medical School

Forthcoming Issues and EC Directives (e.g. PAH and metals)
Marion Wichmann-Fiebig, European Commission

Implementation of New & Forthcoming EC Directives in the UK
Martin Williams, DEFRA

The Role of CEN Technical Committee 264 and its Working Groups
Kevin Saunders, CEN Committee

Summary of 1st round of local Air Quality Management: Lessons Learned
Rupert Furness, DEFRA

Keeping People Awake - Maintaining Interest Until 2003 and Beyond>
Phillip Turner, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

Questions & Answers
Questions and answers from the sessions

DEFRA Report
This paper, which is made available to members at the conference, provides a summary of work in the field of air pollution being undertaken by various contractors for DEFRA



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