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National Air Monitoring Strategy Information

QA National Meeting Presentations
Seattle, Washington April 15-17, 2008

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Ambient Air QA Training Session Overheads (Monday –Tuesday, April 14-15)

QA101 Session Section 1 Introduction (PDF)
QA101 Session Section 2 Planning (PDF)
QA101 Session Section 3 Implementation (PDF)
QA101 Session Section 4 Data Validation (PDF)
QA101 Session Section 5 Assessments (PDF)

Formal Ambient Air Presentations (Wednesday, April 16)

Analyzing the Ozone and PM10 Data Gathered at the Monitoring Stations Located on the US-Mexico Border - Pepi Lacayo (PDF)

Development Of Quality Control Parameters And Electronic Data Recording For An Ambient Air Particle Inhalation Exposure System - Leon Walsh (PDF)

Chasing the Plume with One Analyzer, One Engine and a Prayer - Donovan Rafferty (PDF)

Dynamic Evaluation of Meteorological Parameters Using Collocated Monitoring. -- Mathew C. Plate (PDF)

From Through-The-Probe to Emergency Response – Improving Response Support Capacity with Existing QA Resources -- Leland Grooms (PDF)

A Description of the PM 2.5 Monitoring Network Performance Evaluation Program (PEP) and Findings for 2005-2007.-- Dennis Crumpler (PDF)

Air Toxics Thru-the-Probe Audits -- Susan Kilmer (PDF)

NATTS QA System and Results of the QA Assessment-- Dennis Mikel (PDF)

 

QA Workgroup Session Overheads- (Full QA Session slides.pdf)

QA Workgroup Session Notes - (Notes Summary from the Ambient Air QA Session.pdf)



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