A&WMA will be hosting a Visibility Conference in person from October 5-8, 2021 at Ruby’s Inn in Bryce Canyon, UT.
This international conference will provide a technical forum on advances in the scientific understanding of the effects of aerosols on urban, regional, continental, and global-scale haze and the radiative balance. In addition to a strong technical program, this conference features courses, an excursion to Bryce Canyon National Park, star gazing, networking opportunities, and a vendor exhibit.
It is our goal to have an open conference, but safety is our main concern, and we will be following the recommended national and local guidelines and taking all precautions necessary at that time.
Pre-registration is required by August 31 for all presenters and attendees.
The strong technical program includes panels, platform sessions, courses, and posters. Highlights include:
Keynote plenary and panels on Secondary Organic Aerosols and Radiative Effects; Wildfires: Exposure and Health Effects; NASA Earth Science Capabilities for Investigating Aerosol Impacts; and the Regional Haze Rule.
Sessions cover Organic Aerosols, Satellites and Remote Sensing, Atmospheric Nitrogen, Field Studies, Light Absorbing Carbon, and Measurements and Instrumentation.
Professional development courses on Aerosol Optics, Back Trajectory Analysis, Low Cost Sensors, and more.
Abstracts are still being accepted through June 23. View the Call for Abstracts for topics and details.
Find full conference details and make your plans to attend now at www.awma.org/visibility.