19th International Conference on Modelling, Monitoring and Management of Air Pollution

Published 16 June 2011      
Start Date: Sep 19 2011
End Date: Sep 21 2011
Location: Malta

19th International Conference on Modelling, Monitoring and Management of Air Pollution will take place from 19 to 21 September 2011 in Malta. Air pollution is highly topical nowadays due to the increase in the number of emission sources and the significan...

19th International Conference on Modelling, Monitoring and Management of Air Pollution will take place from 19 to 21 September 2011 in Malta. 

Air pollution is highly topical nowadays due to the increase in the number of emission sources and the significance that good quality air has on human health. The complexity of this topic is increased by the fact that air pollution generated locally can have an impact on regional and global scales. The contaminants emitted in one place can quickly disperse through the atmosphere and industrial activities in one country can affect the air quality in another. Technology constantly brings new products to the consumers and with this comes the possibility of creating new contaminants. This development constantly demands research in the field of air pollution in order to better understand, prevent, or bring to acceptable levels, new pollution sources.

The goal of this conference will be to bring together researchers who are active in the study of air contaminants and to exchange information through the presentation and discussion of papers dealing with the wide variety of topics such a those described below:
- air pollution modelling;
- air quality management;
- urban air management;
- emissions studies;
- monitoring and measuring;
- global and regional studies;
- climate change and air pollution;
- economics of air pollution control;
- innovative technologies;
- emission reduction strategies;
- health effects.

The conference will allow scientists from the different fields to acquire, increase and share their specific knowledge, and to share their own research with scientists from other disciplines.


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