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Community Multiscale Air Quality Modeling System (CMAQ)

CMAQ Research

EPA’s CMAQ team is eager to work with CMAQ users to improve the science at the heart of the model as well as its practical implementation. The topics below describe what the CMAQ team is working on and how you can get involved through scientific collaborations, code contributions, or even a temporary position at EPA.


Stock photo schematic of an idea - a man approaching a lightbulb; also a link to a page detailing ongoing CMAQ research and developmentResearch Highlights

Learn about the cutting-edge science processes CMAQ developers are modeling, and identify common areas of interest with the CMAQ team.
 
 

Stock photo of open file folders - also a link to a page detailing how to cite CMAQHow to Cite CMAQ

View guidelines on how to cite CMAQ and its science modules when writing your own research or technical publications.
 
 

Stock cartoon of people sitting around a table holding a meeting - also a link listing opportunities for collaboration
Opportunities for Collaboration

Find descriptions and links to more information about postdoctoral, student contractor, and visiting scientist positions.
 
 

Stock cartoon of software developers sitting at a communal desk working on their computers - also a link to the CMAQ developers guide
CMAQ Developers Guide

View a general description of CMAQ's open-source collaboration workflow and step-by-step instructions for how to make code contributions through GitHub.