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PIER 2004 Meetings, Workshops, Seminars, Symposiums

SEMINAR: "The Effects of Aerosols on California and South Coast Climate," Mark Z. Jacobson, Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Stanford University. Presentation to California Energy Commission, October 28, 2004. On line 10/28/04. (Adobe Acrobat PDF file, 50 pages 3.2 megabytes, note file size)

SEMINAR:"Climate Change Scenarios for California: Overall PIER Strategy and Perspective," Guido Franco, California Energy Commission PIER Program. Presentation October 28, 2004. On line 10/28/04. (Adobe Acrobat PDF file, 7 pages 64 kilobytes)

Determination of Emission Factors from Back-Up Generators Presentation at University of California, Riverside for the October 6, 2004 Seminar (Adobe Acrobat PDF file, 16 pages 196 kb)

The California Demonstration Program for Control of PM from Diesel Backup Generators (BUGS) Presentation at University of California, Riverside for the October 6, 2004 Seminar(Adobe Acrobat PDF file, 35 pages 1.4 megabytes)

Investigation of the Operating Characteristics of Back Up Generators (BUGs) During the ISO-Ordered Rolling Blackout of May 8, 2001 Presentation at University of California, Riverside for the October 6, 2004 Seminar (Adobe Acrobat PDF file, 30 pages 408 kb)

Modeling Air Quality Effects of NOx and PM Emissions from Backup Diesel Generators Presentation at University of California, Riverside for the October 6, 2004 Seminar (Adobe Acrobat PDF file, 31 pages 1.5 kb)

Technical, Regulatory and Cost Issues with Interconnected BUGS Presentation at University of California, Riverside for the October 6, 2004 Seminar (Adobe Acrobat PDF file, 11 pages 204 kb)

SEMINAR:Urban Air Quality Impacts of Distributed Generation in the South Coast Air Basin Donald Dabdub, University of California, Irvine. On line 10/13/04. (Adobe Acrobat PDF file, 34 pages 3 megabytes, note file size)

CONFERENCE: June 9-10, 2004 - FROM CLIMATE TO ECONOMICS: Anticipating Impacts of Climate Change In California