About the event:
Members of the air quality modeling community have long recognized that a “bright line” pass/fail test of air quality conditions is not an appropriate use for a model that simulates complex photochemistry. Mr. Barickman will provide examples of uncertainty involved in the modeling process, strategies for working with that uncertainty, and invite discussion on these subjects and how they relate to the recently submitted PM2.5 State Implementation Plan.
12:15-1:15 pm, Rm 106
S.J. Quinney College of Law
Patrick Barickman, Utah Division of Air Quality
Patrick Barickman has worked at the Utah Division of Air Quality for 20 years. For the last 15 years he has worked on the preparation and analysis of emissions inventories for use in urban and regional scale air quality models. Mr. Barickman currently manages the Technical Analysis Section in the Division.
Lunch will be provided.
Free and open to the public.
1 hour CLE pending.
This event is sponsored by The Wallace Stegner Center & The Air and Waste Management Association: Great Basin Chapter
Limited meter parking available in the College of Law parking lot. Pay parking available at Rice-Eccles Stadium or take TRAX University Line to the "Stadium" stop and walk a half block to the north.