A & WMA/CPANS Luncheon - Understanding Ammonia: the SPAM Network


Air & Waste Management AssociationCanadian Prairie and Northern Section Kristina Friesen will be presenting her work on the Southern Prairie Ammonia Measurement network as well as other recent Environment Canada initiatives. Kristina is an atmospheric processes project scientist with the Air Quality Science Group of Environment Canada, based here in Edmonton. She recently launched the Southern Prairie Ammonia Measurement network focusing on measuring ambient ammonia in southern Alberta and southern Manitoba. Previously Kristina has investigated influences on ozone at a high-elevation site and particulate matter sources in Elk Island National Park; her primary area of interest is source apportionment studies. The luncheon is scheduled for Friday November 10th. The luncheon will follow the usual format of a buffet lunch, and I am accepting reservations from now until noon, Wednesday November 8th. Please contact me by e-mail at mbisaga [at] otonabee [dot] caLocation: The University of Alberta Faculty Club (11435, Saskatchewan Drive), Papaschase Room (upstairs, right)Date: Friday November 10th, 2006Time: 12 noon to 1:00 p.m. (registration starts at 11:45)Cost: $20 - A&WMA Members / $30 - Non-Members / $15 - Seniors/Students (includes hot lunch & coffee)Seasons Pass: $130 - A&WMA Members / $195 – Non-Members / $85 -Seniors/Students (7 tickets, fully transferable). All prices include GST & gratuities.Payment: Cash or Cheque only.The U of A campus is accessible by light rail transit and bus, a map of the campus is available at: http://www.campusmap.ualberta.ca/. I encourage you to use public transit or ride-share. Parking is available in the V-Lot (coin and credit card, $2 for the lunch hour) and Windsor (attendant on duty, $10 deposit on entrance) parking lots (see map - link above).Upcoming Luncheons - mark your calendars:Fall 2006Nov 10: Understanding Ammonia: the SPAM network and other recent Environment Canada initiatives - Kristina Friesen (Environment Canada)Dec 1: Air Quality Trends in Alberta - Kevin McCullum (Focus Corporation/University of Alberta)Winter 2007Jan 5: TBAFeb 2: TBAMar: 2: TBAApril 13: TBAThanks,Michael BisagaCPANS Edmonton Luncheon Directorhttp://www.cpans.org

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