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Eric S. Hall

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Eric Hall has a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering and a B.A. in Mathematics from Syracuse University, a Masters in Business from Webster University, and a Masters in Civil Engineering from North Carolina State University. He has been with EPA since 2002, and one of his main research activities is the statistical analysis of air pollution data. Mr. Hall's current research includes the joint NASA-EPA DISCOVER-AQ (Deriving Information on Surface Conditions from COlumn and VERtically Resolved Observations Relevant to Air Quality) Project, NASA’s Public Health Research Project (“Using NASA Satellite Aerosol Optical Depth Data to Create Representative PM2.5 Fields for Use in Human Health and Epidemiology Studies in Support of State and National Environmental Public Health Tracking Programs”), research with EPA Region 9 (Regional Applied Research Effort [RARE] Project – “Academic Partnership with Environmental Agencies and Communities to Pilot Use of the Environmental Justice Screening Method [EJSM] Cumulative Impacts Tool”), and research in EPA’s Federal Reference Method (FRM) and Federal Equivalent Method (FEM) Research Program developing improved air pollution monitors, samplers, and analyzers.

Topic(s)PresentationAudienceDurationAvailability
- General ScienceScience InstructionCollege, Community30 minutesDay and some evenings
- General ScienceMathematics InstructionCollege, Community30 minutesDay and some evenings
- Information TechnologySoftware/Model DevelopmentCollege45 minutesDay and some Evenings
- Atmospheric Science
- Information Technology
Software/Model Quality AssuranceCollege45 minutesDay and some Evenings
- Environment
- Information Technology
Mercury Monitoring ResearchCollege, Community30 minutesDay and some Evenings
- Air Quality
- Information Technology
Ultraviolet Radiation MonitoringCollege, Community45 minutesDay and some Evenings
- Air Quality
- Environment
- Information Technology
Atmospheric Pollutant MonitoringCollege, Community30 minutesDay and some Evenings
- Careers
- Math
Engineering and Scientific Careers--government and military laboratories and private industryCollege, Community30 minutesDay and some Evenings
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