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NASA Air Quality-Focused Remote Sensing for EPA Applications

Date Range: 
March 10, 2020. March 11, 2020. March 12, 2020.

ARSET previously conducted a training at the EPA in 2014. This in-person training will introduce new users to how to incorporate satellite data into their work, as well as update users who are more familiar with the data on new data products and applications.

Learning Objectives: 

By the end of this training, attendees will be able to:

  • Use online tools for visualizing and acquiring data from satellite missions, practice using satellite data portals, visualization tools, and applying these resources to an air quality problem of their choosing.
Course Format: 

Three day, in-person training

 

Audience: 

The audience is primarily EPA employees as well as Air quality professionals and decision makers from local and state agencies. 

Course Agenda: 

Day One: March 10

Session I: Introduction to Satellite Air Quality Measurements

Introduction to Satellite Remote Sensing - Lecture, Discussion 
Satellite Imagery, Data Formats, and Access - Lecture, Discussion
Exploring Satellite Imagery Using NASA Worldview & Earth - Demonstration, Hands-On
Satellite-Based Fire Products: Methods, Data Access, and Applications - Lecture, Discussion, Hands-On
Review of Current EPA Satellite Applications - Lecture, Discussion 

Session II: Smoke, Trace Gases and Aerosols
 

Smoke Monitoring from Space - Lecture, Discussion
Remote sensing of trace gases and products - Lecture, Discussion
Giovanni exercise for trace gases – Lecture/Demonstration
Aerosol Observations from Satellite: Theory & Existing Products - Lecture, Discussion, Hands-On

 

 

 

 

 

Day One: March 11

 

 

 

 

 

Day One: March 12

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