Shared research library

In an effort to enable collaboration within the network we have set up a shared Zotero library that would act as a common repository of scientific publications relevant to our research interests. This library is public and anybody can apply to be part of the group and be able to add items and collections to…

Network launch presentations are now available!

Here you go, Sarah B. Henderson – A dubious distinction: the smokiest community in British Columbia, Canada   (video) Christopher Simpson – Quantifying and controlling residential wood smoke impacts in an urban setting: lessons from Tacoma, WA.  (video) Gary Fuller – Keep the home fires burning?  (video) Peter Molnar – Estimating domestic wood burning in a…

And we’re ON

And the date has come! Everybody arrived safely and on time and we’re starting this exciting and quite intense work week. Check out updates on our twitter feed @WSRN_NZ

All systems are GO!

There has been a lot of activity behind the scenes to make sure next week goes ahead as close as planned as possible. Rooms are booked, video facilities have been tested, flights and accommodation have been sorted and we’re ready to welcome our visitors for an exciting and busy week between Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown….

Live streaming of events

We know that many more people want to participate in this event than we can accommodate in the venues and that travel to the locations is not easy for everyone. So, we have setup streaming for some events depending on the target audience (public or researchers only). Please check out the “Live Events” header at…

WSRN Workshop 2016 – Itinerary

After some challenging sessions of “calendar tetris” we have settled on an itinerary for this coming July workshop. All the events in the schedule are available on this website in the events page but are summarised in this document. Details about the individual events can be found on the event pages and information about the presenters…

Biomass smoke workshop in Tasmania

By sheer coincidence our Woodsmoke meeting in New Zealand comes the week immediately after a workshop on Biomass Smoke in the Human Environment (BISMITHE) being held in Tasmania. This event is held by the Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand and the Tasmania EPA. See the CASANZ website for more details.

Welcome to New Zealand!

For those of you travelling to New Zealand for this set of meetings, welcome! It is most likely you will be flying into Auckland and taking a connecting domestic flight to our start point, the small but perfectly formed capital Wellington. A damp and wild wind whipping off the Cook Strait is almost guaranteed, but…

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