MEETING SUMMARIES USWRP WORKSHOP ON AIR QUALITY FORECASTING BY WALTER F. DABBERDT, MARY ANNE CARROLL, WILLIAM APPLEBY, DARREL BAUMGARDNER, GREGORY CARMICHAEL, PAULA DAVIDSON, J. CHRISTOPHER DORAN, TIMOTHY S. DYE, SUSAN GRIMMOND, PAULETTE MIDDLETON, WILLIAM NEFF, AND YANG ZHANG* her e has recently been increased emphasis on USWRP: AIR QUALITY FORECASTING WORKSHOP air quality forecasting (AQF) and the research an d development required to improve AQF skill WHAT: USWRP invited a group of 50 scientists and an d make AQF operational. In November 2001, the stakeholders in air quality forecasting to identify U.S. Weathe r Research Program (USWRP) charged priorities and help guide a research program. Prospectu s Development Team 11 wit h identifica- WHEN: 29 April- I May 2003 tio n of the meteorological research needs for im- WHERE: Houston, Texas prove d air quality forecastin g (Dabberd t et al. 2004). Subsequently, the Interagency Workin g Grou p (IWG) of th e USWR P tentatively adopted air quality as one IW G would use to prioritize and support research of its principal scientific foci. In addition, National directe d at improvin g air quality knowledge, moni- Oceani c and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) toring , and forecasting capabilities, and
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 8, 2006
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