Satellite remote sensing of particulate matter for air quality applications has advanced over the past decade. Many methods, data, and tools have been developed by various groups around the world to convert satellite retrieved aerosol properties into surface level particulate matter mass concentrations for air quality monitoring. Data from several satellites are currently being used for a wide range of air quality applications for both research and operational purposes.
Through a combination of presentations from experts in the field and hands on exercises, this advanced webinar series will cover specific details on the data sets, available tools, and various methods used to address particulate matter air quality.
Attendees will be able to:
Attendees are strongly encouraged to review the basics of satellite remote sensing of aerosols and measurement techniques by ground instruments.
Helpful courses include:
Individuals in local, regional, state, federal, and international organizations, NGOs, and other applied professionals interested in air quality.
This webinar is free, but you must register when viewing the recording.