Colorado Front Range Atmospheric Chemistry Dialogue
9:58 am MDT
MARCH 10 - Given the recent cases of COVID-19 in Colorado and the announcement of a State of Emergency for Colorado, we have decided to cancel the Front Range Atmospheric Chemistry Dialogue this Friday (March 13, 2020). This decision has been made to ensure everyone's health and safety and prevent a potential risk for spreading the virus.
NCAR jointly with the Universities and Research Organizations in the Front Range invites you to attend a community gathering on atmospheric chemistry and air quality.
Air pollution is now regarded as the number one “killer” ahead of cigarette smoking and alcohol/drug use. Research conducted to investigate processes related to atmospheric chemistry and aerosol microphysics is essential to address societal issues linked to bad air quality and climate change. This workshop will provide an opportunity for scientists and students in the Colorado Front Range to open a dialogue about their research through discussions and poster sessions.
9am : Welcome by NCAR Director Everette Joseph
9:10am: Meeting Overview and Logistics (Gabriele Pfister, NCAR/ACOM)
9:20-10:20 am: Keynote Lecture (Emily Fischer, CSU)
10:20-10:40 am: Coffee Break (provided)
10:40 - 11:45 am: Panel with Representatives from Different Front Range Organizations
11:45am-1pm: Lunch (provided)
1-2pm: Keynote Lecture (Anthony Gerber, National Jewish Health)
2-4pm: Posters and Socializing
- Emily Fischer, Colorado State University and recipient of the AGU James B. Macelwane Medal
- Anthony N. Gerber, National Jewish Health
Friday, 13 March 2020 - POSTPONED
9AM TO 4PM
NCAR Center Green Campus
3080 Center Green Drive
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