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Air Quality, Emissions, Growth, and Change: A Method to Prescribe a Desirable Future
Grant Number R831838
RFA: Regional Development, Population Trend, and Technology Change Impacts on Future Air Pollution Emissions (2004)
Journal Article (4)
Presentation (11)
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Journal Article Liao K-J, Tagaris E, Manomaiphiboon K, Wang C, Woo J-H, Amar P, He S, Russell AG. Quantification of the impact of climate uncertainty on regional air quality. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 2009;9(3):865-878. R830960 (Final)
R831838 (2007)
Journal Article Tagaris E, Liao K-J, Manomaiphiboon K, He S, Woo J-H, Amar P, Russell AG. The role of climate and emission changes in future air quality over southern Canada and northern Mexico. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 2008;8(14):3973-3983. R830960 (Final)
R831076 (Final)
R831838 (2007)
Journal Article Tagaris E, Liao K-J, DeLucia AJ, Deck L, Amar P, Russell AG. Potential impact of climate change on air pollution-related human health effects. Environmental Science & Technology 2009;43(13):4979-4988. R830960 (Final)
R831076 (Final)
R831838 (2007)
Journal Article Tagaris E, Liao K-J, DeLucia AJ, Deck L, Amar P, Russell AG. Sensitivity of air pollution-induced premature mortality to precursor emissions under the influence of climate change. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2010;7(5):2222-2237. R830960 (Final)
R831076 (Final)
R831838 (2007)
Presentation Akhtar F. The 50-year project: economic modeling. Presented to the Georgia Tech Air Quality Modeling Group, Atlanta, GA, November 5, 2007. R831838 (2007)
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Presentation Akhtar F, Chang ME, Russell AG. Beyond the standards: designer air quality in 2050. Abstract and paper presented at the Seventh Conference on Coastal Atmospheric and Oceanic Prediction and Processes joint with the Seventh Symposium on the Urban Environment, American Meteorological Society Meeting, San Diego, CA, September 10-13, 2007. R831838 (2007)
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Presentation Chang ME. Designer air quality, a trend for the future. Keynote presentation at the Georgia Environmental Protection Division, Georgia Air Policy Symposium, Atlanta, GA, December 19, 2005. R831838 (2006)
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Presentation Chang ME. Designer air quality, a trend for the future. Presented at the Visiting Gwinnet County Middle School Science Teachers, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, June 15, 2006. R831838 (2006)
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Chang ME, Noonan DS, Weber E, Chapman J, et al. Air quality, emissions, growth, and change: a method to prescribe a desirable future. Presented at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Science To Achieve Results: Future Air Pollution Emissions Progress Review Workshop, Washington, DC, November 7, 2005.

R831838 (2005)
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Noonan DS. Air quality, travel mode, and forecasts. Paper presented at the Southern Economic Association 75th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November 18-20, 2005.

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Noonan DS, Weber E. White paper: defining a desirable air quality for Atlanta in 2050. Presented at the School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, June 26, 2005.

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Presentation Noonan D. Air quality, travel mode, and forecasts: an exploratory analysis of Atlanta. Presented at the Doctoral Research Colloquium at the Wagner School at New York University; February 2, 2006. R831838 (2006)
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Presentation Noonan D. Air today, gone tomorrow? Atlanta’s air quality past, present and future. Presented at the 2nd Annual Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Georgia Environmental Conference, Savannah, GA, August 23, 2007. R831838 (2007)
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Presentation Weber E, Noonan D. Identifying a desirable air quality for Atlanta in 2050. Presented at the First Symposium on Policy Research at the 86th Annual American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, February 1, 2006. R831838 (2006)
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Presentation Weber E. Invited briefing to the media on Identifying a desirable air quality for Atlanta in 2050. Presented at the 86th Annual American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, January 30, 2006. R831838 (2006)
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