Dr. Alan Lockwood, professor emeritus of neurology at the University of Buffalo and a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, will frame his presentation, "Air Pollution: Past, Present, and Future," around the provisions of the Clean Air Act, which has virtually eliminated lead and made steep inroads with regard to other criteria pollutants: oxides of nitrogen and sulfur, particulates, and ozone.
Climate change has important implications for the future of air pollution, particularly with regard to ozone. Lockwood's presentation is part of the WNY Chapter of the American Meteorological Society's fall 2015 seminar series, hosted by the Buffalo State Geography and Planning Department's meteorology and climatology program.
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