This webinar focuses on satellite remote sensing and available satellite products for application in air quality monitoring for the Indian sub-continent and the surrounding region. This series introduces NASA and NOAA remote sensing data, provides demonstrations on accessing NASA data using web-based tools, and examples of how to use NASA data for air quality applications including detecting dust storms and pollution from biomass burning.
Attendees will be able to access, visualize, and analyze raw satellite imagery using existing NASA web-based tools.
No previous remote sensing experience is required for this training.
No recordings are available for this webinar series. To watch recordings for another introductory air quality webinar, see NASA Earth Observations and Tools for Air Quality Applications in Southeast Asia.
A tour of LAADsweb, an overview of what you can get out of satellite data, a comparison of surface particulate measurements and satellite measurements of aerosols, the aerosol optical depth particulate matter (AOD-PM) relationship, modeling, and estimation, and resources for dust and smoke monitoring.