Join over 40 scientists from across the U.S. and Europe for a two-part virtual discussion series where air quality experts will share their current research exploring the unique chemical processes of air pollution in cold, dark conditions that Interior Alaska winters are known for.
The two-part series will be 7 p.m. on Thursdays, Feb. 3 and Feb. 17. The virtual tours of field sites and community discussion will be available via Zoom and Facebook live. Participants on both platforms will be able to join the discussion.
Register to watch on Zoom: https://bit.ly/3GZnBdz
February 3: Hamilton Acres field site
Learn about instruments collecting data in the Hamilton Acres neighborhood to help improve understanding of impacts of outdoor air quality on the air we breathe indoors.
February 17: UAF Community & Technical College field site
Instruments located at UAF CTC are collecting data that will help scientists better understand chemical processing of pollution in cold and dark conditions.
For more information, contact Bill Simpson at email@example.com or visit https://fairair.community.uaf.edu.