Monitoring Ambient Air 2014


Air Quality in Europe – New Challenges

Conference with Posters & Exhibition
Tuesday, 9th & Wednesday, 10th December 2014
at The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London

In several European countries, air quality made headline news this year in a way that has not been seen for decades. While the regulation of emissions, and our understanding of the sources and mechanisms involved in air quality, move forwards, the overall situation may not, as control in some areas is counterbalanced by uncontrolled developments in others.

The AAMG December 2014 meeting will focus on these and related themes. Abstracts are invited that specifically address the effects of shipping, biomass burning and shale gas extraction on air quality, together with other significant but less studied sources. Abstracts are also invited on the ongoing themes of this conference series, new technologies and methods for air quality measurement, and work aimed at greater integration of monitoring with modelling and emissions inventories.

Please note that the deadline for submitting an abstract will be Friday the 5th September 2014. Full details of submitting an abstract can be found by clicking the links below:


MAA 2014
Call for Papers PDF


Abstract Formatting Guide




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