Impacts of Wildfires on Air Quality and Health
A unique collaboration between air quality and health professionals that will include practical solutions to mitigating the effects of wildfire smoke on humans and our environment.
Recent wildfires have had devastating effects on forest and range land and have caused the destruction of thousands of commercial buildings and residences. The extensive smoke from these fires often reaches great distances into rural communities and urban population centers and creates broad scale impacts on public health.
Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country
170 Railroad Street
Santa Rosa, CA United States 95401
To make your reservations, please click here: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/SONOM/G-AWMA
If you need additional assistance, please contact us at 877-803-7534.
If the group rate is no longer available, prevailing rates may be offered for some or all of your dates.
About the conference
This conference will take an encompassing look at the air quality and public health impacts from wildfires by bringing together experts in multiple disciplines to share information and proposed solutions to mitigate smoke effects. This is a unique opportunity for those dealing with wildfire effects to learn from experts and professionals with recent experience. The conference will benefit land managers, state and local air pollution control agency professionals, public health officials, health care providers, and consultants.
A key goal of this meeting is to inform attendees of the latest tools, concepts and approaches to better understand and protect public health. Presenters will provide the latest research and solutions on these critical topics:
- Understanding Fire Behavior and Forecasting Smoke Movement and Impacts
- Monitoring and Measuring Smoke Impacts
- Prediction, Prevention, Assessment & Control of Health Impacts of Wildfire Smoke
- Collaboration and Communication