Assessment of the Impacts of Global Change on Regional U.S. Air Quality: A Synthesis of Climate Change Impacts on Ground-Level Ozone (An Interim Report of the U.S. EPA Global Change Research Program)
EPA is announcing the release of the final report, Assessment of the Impacts of Global Change on Regional U.S. Air Quality: A Synthesis of Climate Change Impacts on Ground-Level Ozone (An Interim Report of the U.S. EPA Global Change Research Program), prepared by the Global Change Research Program Staff in the National Center for Environmental Assessment (NCEA) of the Office of Research and Development (ORD) at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The Air Quality Assessment Final Report is intended for managers and scientists working on air quality to provide them with information on the potential effects of climate change on regional air quality in the United States.
- incorporate the physical and chemical links between global- and regional-scale meteorological processes to project future regional air quality, and;
- account for changes in energy and transportation technologies in future air quality-related emissions.
|Jun 2007||NCEA completes the first draft interim assessment report, with support of NRMRL, NCER and NERL.|
|Jul 2007||NCEA releases the draft report for internal review.|
|Sep 2007||EPA releases the ORD/NERL Air Quality Modeling report.|
|Jul 2008||EPA releases the draft interim air quality assessment report for external peer review and public comment.|
|Apr 2009||EPA releases the final interim air quality assessment report.|