APSI Topics MATRIX The MATRIX shows which learning guides are available, and all topics APSI would like to provide material for
COVID-19 Guide A guide to describe potential atmospheric transport of the virus SARS-CoV-2
Interview With Dr. Steve Hanna Part of APSI's interview series with senior experts in the field of air pollution
With this multilingual resource guide, learn how to translate webpages and PDFs, as well as the captions in videos.
The members of the APSI Advisory Board, Associates, and Administrators.
APSI activities are supported by the EnviroComp Institute, voluntary work offered by members and associates, and donations. Donations to the EnviroComp Institute - a 501(c)(3) Organization - will speed up our work and allow us, in particular, to provide free, high-quality, multilingual teaching and learning tools to individuals in emerging countries.
The APSI Topics MATRIX shows all the topics we would like to provide material for. The topics are broken down by subtopic and learning level (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced). Filled cells in the learning level columns of the MATRIX indicate that a learning guide is available on APSI. The MATRIX also contains links to local studies and air pollution books.
The APSI MATRIX sub-topic categories are introduced below.
Learn the basics in subjects such as air pollution history, emissions, spatial scales, air pollution meteorology, chemistry, deposition, indoor air pollution, and adverse effects.
Explore the sources of natural and anthropogenic emissions, such as forest fires, dust storms, biomass burning, and power plants.
Determine the best practices in air quality modeling. Dive into subjects such as the different types of models, spatial and temporal scales, model uses, model accuracies, and much more.
Air quality monitoring provides the data needed for many air quality applications. Gain knowledge in the topics that surround monitoring such as meteorology, air quality, and tracer studies.
Discover the fields of research and application within air pollution engineering, including fugitive dust, chemical processes, waste incineration, petroleum, and many more.
APSI will provide video interviews with senior experts in the field of air pollution. These interviews, with multilingual subtitles, will be informal conversations with the interviewee not only about their work, but also the life events that happened along the way.
We welcome the support of individuals and organizations. Please contact us to get involved.