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Source Apportionment – why, what and how workshop

EPA Victoria

Thursday, 3 May 2018 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (AEST)

Source Apportionment – why, what and how workshop

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EPA Victoria is hosting international guest presenters Dr Judith Chow and Dr John Watson from the Desert Research Institute for a full day program focusing on particulate pollution in Victoria.

The program will also feature presentations from two of Australia’s leading researchers in airborne fine particle characterisation and source appointment studies and research, Professor David Cohen and Dr Melita Keywood.

The day's presentations will focus on particulate matter, specifically in Melbourne and Victoria and source apportionment and methodologies applicable to Victoria and Australia including:

  • the speciation and spatial resolution recommended
  • specific pointers to examine for Victorian conditions (such as heat, dust events, bushfires, high Sulphur fuels, large brown coal resources, ports).

The full day forum will include presentations from organisations including CASANZ and CSIRO.

A Q&A session will provide students, academics, staff and others the opportunity to ask questions, discuss key issues, provide feedback and delve deeper into areas of research interest.

Can’t make it in person? This event is also being web-streamed. Register for the live event or web-stream now. The event will be web-streamed at: www.epa.vic.gov.au/sourceapportionment

Have questions about Source Apportionment – why, what and how workshop? Contact EPA Victoria

When & Where


CQ Functions
113-123 Queen Street
Event Room 1
Melbourne, Vic 3000
Australia

Thursday, 3 May 2018 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (AEST)


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EPA Victoria

At EPA Victoria (EPA), our main objective is to keep Victoria prosperous and liveable by preventing and reducing harm from pollution and waste. This is achieved by holding polluters to account, and helping people to understand, own and address their harmful impacts on the environment.

We work closely with the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) and Sustainability Victoria (SV), to develop environment protection policy and legislation to deliver programs that support environmental protection.

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