NADP 2017 Spring Meeting
The Brown Hotel
April 24-28, 2017
NADP Science Committees
April 24, April 28, 2017
April 25-26, 2017
NADP Executive Committee Meeting
April 27, 2017
Most initiatives, projects, and recommendations
for Program change are developed by
two standing technical subcommittees and three science committees that
advise the Executive Committee
The Network Operations Subcommittee (NOS)
oversees field-siting criteria and laboratory and
sample collection protocols, and evaluates
equipment and recordkeeping methods.
The Ecological Response and Outreach Subcommittee (EROS)
provides input on data user needs, and initiates and
develops programs and products to promote the program and increase participation.
The Critical Loads of Atmospheric Deposition (CLAD) Science Committees considers current and emerging issues regarding the science and use of critical loads for effects of atmospheric deposition on ecosystems in the United States.
The Total Deposition (TDEP) Science Committees works to develop methods to improve estimates of atmospheric deposition by advancing the science of measuring and modeling atmospheric wet, dry, and total deposition
- The Aeroallergen Monitoring Science Committee (AMSC) brings together multi-disciplinary stakeholders in advancing the science of aeroallergen monitoring, including identifying emerging technologies, evaluating methods to ensure data quality, and coordination of monitoring stations.
NADP technical subcommittees will meet jointly and in separate
sessions on April 25-26. Initiatives, critical reviews of network
operations, and proposals for change often begin
at these meetings. Science committees will meet on April 24 and April 28.
Membership is open to individuals and institutions interested in any aspect of atmospheric deposition monitoring or research stemming from NADP data. Becoming a member is as simple as
attending a meeting.