Air Resources Laboratory
The Air Resources Laboratory (ARL) conducts research and development in the fields of air quality, atmospheric dispersion, and climate. Key activities include the development, evaluation, and application of air quality models; improvement of approaches for predicting atmospheric dispersion of hazardous materials; and the generation of new insights into air-surface exchange and climate variability and trends.
The goal of our work is to improve the Nation's ability to protect human and ecosystem health while also maintaining a vibrant economy.
ARL to Train Scientists in Mexico on Modeling Air Toxics
Dr. Mark Cohen is one of several international experts invited to provide instruction at an air toxics workshop to be held August 24-27, 2009 in Mexico City at Mexico's National Institute for Ecology/National Environmental Research and Training Center.
Modified: August 11, 2009
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