This month’s EM describes some of the insights into air quality modeling that current and former satellite missions have provided and considers what discoveries may yet come from the next generation of satellite instrumentation.
Inside This Month's Issue
New Insights in Air Quality Monitoring Using Satellite Data
by James Cascione
The Four Things to Know about Satellite Data for Air Quality Management
by Tracey Holloway and Jennifer Bratburd
The Present and Future of Satellite Observations for U.S. Air Quality Management
by Ana I. Prados, Jean-Paul Vernier, Bryan Duncan, and
Lok Lamsal TROPOMI: A Revolutionary New Satellite Instrument Measuring Nitrogen Dioxide Air Pollution
by Daniel L. Goldberg, Susan C. Anenberg, Gaige H. Kerr, Zifeng Lu, and David G. Streets
What Will TEMPO Offer Air Quality Managers?
by Aaron R. Naeger, Michael J. Newchurch, Tom Moore, and Kelly Chance
Leveraging Satellite Data to Address Air Pollution Inequities
by Susan C. Anenberg, Gaige H. Kerr, and Daniel L. Goldberg
Also This Month...
Message from the President: Tracking Air Quality via Satellites
by Brian C. Bunger
Regulatory Roundup: EPA Set to Revisit PM2.5 NAAQS; President Biden Signs Bill Reversing Methane Rollback Regulations
Back to Basics: ‘Better know your Association’ -- Student Programs
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