Air Quality Symposium to include Super Sessions.September 28, 2010 -
Scheduled for Nov 2-4, annual Symposium on Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology will feature Super Sessions, which are designed to incorporate traditional conference platform presentations into wider, more instructional discussion on specific topic, allowing attendees to place new developments and research into larger picture. Super Sessions will cover air toxics, stationary sources, real-time continuous ambient monitoring, and greenhouse gases.
A&WMA's Symposium on Air Quality Measurement Methods & Technology Takes a New Approach in 2010
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Press release date: September 27, 2010
Pittsburgh, PA - The Air & Waste Management Association's (A&WMA) annual Symposium on Air Quality Measurement Methods & Technology, scheduled for Nov. 2-4 in Los Angeles, is adding a new twist this year: the "Super Session."
Super Sessions are designed to incorporate traditional conference platform presentations into a wider, more instructional discussion on a specific topic, allowing attendees to place new developments and research into a larger picture, enhancing take-home knowledge. Super Sessions on air toxics, stationary sources, real-time continuous ambient monitoring, and greenhouse gases will offer insight and background from multiple environmental experts are planned for the Measurement Symposium.
"Super Sessions are a new way to enhance the already high level of professional development our events provide to attendees," said Mike Kelly, Executive Director of A&WMA. "By placing platform presentations into the flow of a course-like presentation, we're offering real-world perspective on complicated topics, making new concepts easier to digest."
Dr. Barry Wallerstein, Executive Director of the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) will offer the keynote address. Wallerstein developed and oversees implementation of the country's first local district air toxics control plan.
A preliminary program and online registration for the Symposium on Air Quality Measurement Methods & Technology is available at awma.org/go/measurements10. A&WMA's hotel block closes Sunday, Oct. 10, and the Symposium advanced registration deadline is Monday, Oct. 11.
The Air & Waste Management Association is a nonprofit, nonpartisan professional organization that serves as a balanced forum for the safe exploration of ideas related to environmental issues. It provides training, information, and networking opportunities to thousands of environmental professionals in over 65 countries. For more information, visit www.awma.org.