CALPUFF/CALMET Air Quality Dispersion Model Course
November 6, 2017 - November 8, 2017
Exponent’s Atmospheric Sciences staff will be conducting a CALPUFF/CALMET Air Quality Dispersion Model Course November 6-8, 2017 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. For more information about this training course, please see the training handout

Exponent’s CALPUFF training course is an equal mix of discussion of practical model formulation material and hands-on computer work with case study applications. This three-day training course is designed for permitting staff, regulators, consultants, engineers, and managers with ambient air quality management responsibilities. The course will consist of technical lectures with relevant hands-on exercises.

About Exponent's CALPUFF Training

As the developers of and contributors to many of the EPA-recommended models in the past 35 years, our scientists are experts on the models’ capabilities and limitations. This knowledge enables Exponent to provide solutions beyond the typical or traditional modeling approaches. We have more than 15 years of training experience and has conducted more than 80 courses on air quality modeling around the world. Read more about our expertise.