This webinar will present potential methods used to estimate emissions for common nonpoint sources located on Tribal Lands. We will discuss in detail what data needs to be collected in order to use these methods, as well as how to enter the data into calculators and spreadsheets. The primary focus of this webinar is on estimating emissions using original data gathering, rather than on summarizing emissions data already calculated at the county level in the National Emissions Inventory (NEI) database.
• Introduction to non-point sources included in an emissions inventory
• Emissions estimation methods
• Activity data collection and entry
Angelique Luedeker, Technology Specialist II, Tribal Air Monitoring and Support Center
Angelique started working for ITEP in 2002, and since her first day, she has been working with emissions inventories. She has 18 years of experience of providing tribes assistance with emission inventories. Before working for ITEP, Angelique was part of the Los Alamos National Lab air quality team. She has a BS in Chemistry from Northern Arizona University.
Please direct any questions to:
Christal Black, Program Coordinator Senior, ITEP’s American Indian Air Quality Training Program, [email protected]