When To Use Volume Sources In AERMOD – FREE WEBINAR

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When To Use Volume Sources In AERMOD – FREE WEBINAR

NaviKnow is presenting the second of four FREE Live virtual workshops on how to appropriately select representative sources types in AERMOD, the USEPA preferred regulatory dispersion model. The AERMOD Source Types virtual workshops will guide you through a decision framework to properly characterize sources given the limited source type provided in the model program. Part 2: When To Use Volume Sources In AERMOD will be presented LIVE April 22, 2020 at noon CDT.

When the original EPA dispersion models came online, the user was limited to POINT (1-D) and AREA (2-D) source representations. Years later, the VOLUME source was introduced. Finally, a 3-D source representation, or is it? (spoiler alert; it’s not 3-D).  In this FREE Live webinar, we will describe what the VOLUME source representation really is and when it is most appropriate to use.

Space is limited, so act now. You do not want to miss out on this FREE, LIVE, and value-packed step-by-step webinar workshop brought to you by NaviKnow.

Though there is no substitute for being in on the Live webinar (with attendee questions, answers, and comments), if something comes up last minute or a conflict is already in your calendar, register anyway, as all registrants will receive a link to a replay of the webinar. Our materials are always available on YOUR time, but you have to register.

By attending this FREE webinar you will receive:

  • Step-by-step instructions (SOPs) to assist you in making the most of your time
  • Continuing education credit, if applicable
  • Links to more tools and training

Mark April 22nd at noon CDT on your calendar. We guarantee you will receive tremendous value for your time.