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Jim Haywood

Senior Meteorologist

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

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Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

5859 W. Saginaw Hwy. # 144

Lansing, Michigan,48917

United States

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Senior Meteorologist, Modeling and Meteorology Unit

DEQ


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WEMU | Jazz, News & Blues

wemu.org [cached]

In this week's "Issues of the Environment," WEMU's David Fair learns more about the region's air quality in a conversation with the Senior Meteorologist for the Michigan Departmentt of Environmental Quality - Air Quality Division, Jim Haywood.


SEMCOG

www.semcog.org [cached]

Jim Haywood, Michigan Department of Natural Resources & Environment


www.hollandsentinel.com

"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.
Clean Air Action Forecasting by Jim Haywood


www.piadvance.com

James Haywood, senior meteorologist for the DEQ in Lansing, has the job of trying to predict impact to the air from the proposed plant through complex computer modeling.He is a 20-year veteran of the DEQ and has worked with federal agencies on computer modeling projects."When I do that I want to err on the side of caution, so I take the worst possible case of everything that the facility is supposed to do and we feed that into the model," Haywood said. Those numbers are combined with other area facilities, along with other background information and the worst meteorological situations, which could occur.The simulations are then run for a simulated period of several years using those worst possible conditions.Even under those worst possible, but highly unlikely situations, the safety of the plant holds up."We found out that the predicted impacts of the ambient air is well below any of the thresholds that we have to look at for either the federal or the state regulatory agencies," Haywood said.


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