When: Tuesday-Thursday, June 14-16, 2016
Where: York University, Toronto, Ontario
Target: Industrial/Government Scientists and Graduate Students
Prerequisite: Undergraduate Degree in Science
Registration: Free for students
Included: Course notes (hard), breaks & lunches, 1 dinner (Wednesday evening), Certificate of Completion, Registration in IACPES Symposium (Monday, June 13, 2016)
Topics: Topics and lecturers change slightly on an annual basis. This year’s topics will include: Oxidation chemistry; Nighttime chemistry; Surface-atmosphere exchange and flux measurements; Box modelling with the Master Chemical Mechanism – a user’s perspective; Quantification of volcanic gas emission by optical spectroscopy – how and why; Use of stable isotope ratios; atmospheric removal processes; Glaciers; Planetary science; Atmospheric modelling; Mixing, emissions, and uptake within forest canopies; Aerosols; Global measurements; Satellite remote sensing of air quality: Methods and insight.
Lectures will be delivered by 15 professional scientists with expertise in the above topics. Click here to see the schedule of lecturers for 2016.
Who for?: Industrial and government scientists who wish to develop a more integrated understanding of the physics & chemistry of the atmosphere, and emerging issues of atmospheric importance. Those charged with duties of environmental reporting and compliance should especially attend. This course is co-offered to graduate students as part of the NSERC CREATE Program: Integrating Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics from Earth to Space (IACPES).
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