Wednesday, January 21, 2009

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Title: Novel Approaches to Improving Air Pollution Emissions Information


Open Date: 01/21/2009 - Close Date: 04/21/2009

Summary: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Research and
Development (ORD), National Center for Environmental Research (NCER), in
cooperation with the EPA Clean Air Research Program, announces an extramural
funding competition supporting research into the development and improvement
of air pollution emission inventories. EPA is interested in supporting
research that will advance scientific understanding leading to improvements in
air pollution emissions information since emission inventories are relied on
both to develop effective control strategies and reliable information about
air quality trends for accountability, and to help produce accurate air
quality forecasts. This solicitation seeks to support research that will
build on past improvements and strengthen the understanding of air pollution
sources and how they affect current and near-term future air quality.
Development of better emissions inventories is an iterative process requiring
work with atmospheric measurements, source characterizations, and numerical
modeling analyses; hence, all these techniques have been used to improve
emission inventories.

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