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Jim Haywood

Air Modeling

Michigan DEQ

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Michigan DEQ

Background Information

Employment History

Senior Meteorologist

Michigan Department of Natural Resources

Meteorologist

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

Senior Meteorologist

Department of Environmental Quality

Education

bachelors of science degree

meteorology

Penn State

Web References (13 Total References)


(James G. Haywood, DEQ senior ...

www.piadvance.com [cached]

(James G. Haywood, DEQ senior meteorologist, modeling and meteorology unit)â€""We also look at the emissions that come from their emergency generator, their fire pumps, we looked at the fugitive dust that comes off the coal piles.

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(Haywood)â€""Just because we haven't permitted one, doesn't mean they are not looked at constantly.
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(Haywood)â€""Yes."
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(Haywood)â€""We went back and forth with the applicant (Wolverine) to make sure that they included everything and I think we did a pretty good job.


"The smoke from that fire hitched ...

www.hollandsentinel.com [cached]

"The smoke from that fire hitched a ride on those northwest winds and drove that train all the way down to Michigan," said Jim Haywood, senior meteorologist with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.

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Haywood said the department received several calls from concerned residents Tuesday asking if it was going to issue an air advisory; however, since the particulate matter coming from Minnesota was fairly large, he said there wasn't too much cause for concern.
"The particulate we tend to get concerned about are the ones that are really, really small and can get past your nose hairs and imbed in your lungs."
The last time West Michigan saw such strange weather patterns, Haywood recalled, was about seven years ago when a dust storm in West Texas collided with a thunderstorm over Grand Rapids, and it rained mud.
 The lakeshore also saw high numbers of particulates in the air when it was picked up from smoke from a 2007 fire in the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia.
"The numbers today aren't like anything they were yesterday," Haywood said of Tuesday's air quality forecast which was at moderate Tuesday and Wednesday.


"The smoke from that fire hitched ...

www.hollandsentinel.com [cached]

"The smoke from that fire hitched a ride on those northwest winds and drove that train all the way down to Michigan," said Jim Haywood, senior meteorologist with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.

...
Haywood said the department received several calls from concerned residents Tuesday asking if it was going to issue an air advisory; however, since the particulate matter coming from Minnesota was fairly large, he said there wasn't too much cause for concern.
"The particulate we tend to get concerned about are the ones that are really, really small and can get past your nose hairs and imbed in your lungs."
The last time West Michigan saw such strange weather patterns, Haywood recalled, was about seven years ago when a dust storm in West Texas collided with a thunderstorm over Grand Rapids, and it rained mud.
 The lakeshore also saw high numbers of particulates in the air when it was picked up from smoke from a 2007 fire in the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia.
"The numbers today aren't like anything they were yesterday," Haywood said of Tuesday's air quality forecast which was at moderate Tuesday and Wednesday.


West Michigan Clean Air Coalition

www.wmcac.org [cached]

The luncheon included an overview of the new Clean Air Action program by Andrea Faber, Clean Air Action Program Coordinator for GVMC, and a discussion on air quality forecasting by MDEQ Meteorologist Jim Haywood.

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Clean Air Action Forecasting by Jim Haywood


New Yorkers For Parks - August 5, 2009--Daily Clips

www.ny4p.org [cached]

Meteorologist Jim Haywood of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment said the recent flair up is probably due to consistent heat, humidity and wind coming from the southwest. nba jerseys

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