The SIM-air family tools were designed to jump start the idea of integrated air quality management – starting from the analysis of the monitoring data, to surveying for the sources of air pollution in a city or in a region, to collating all the information in a format suitable for emissions, dispersion, and health impacts modeling, and ending at the playing with the possible interventions, their benefits up on implementation, and likely costs based on the past experience. We put together an easy to read primer of these steps, an understanding of the players involved in the process, and how to start to think about managing the information for better air quality. You can download a pdf version of the primer here or browse the pages below. Below are the working papers, some describing the cases where we applied the SIM-air family of tools, and some describing various databases available for emissions and dispersion modeling, and some are our reviews on various topics of air pollution analysis. Some of these working papers were also published in the peer reviewed journals (see publications).