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PACE Air Quality & Applied Atmospheric Sciences Focus Session

May 11, 2022

This one-day event invited active participation and round-table discussion on future uses of PACE satellite data products to support research and applied sciences in the context of air quality and applied atmospheric sciences.

PACE Air Quality & Applied Atmospheric Sciences Focus Session

May 11th, 2022; 10:00a-4:00p ET

Times [EDT] Title
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10:00 - 10:10 Natasha Sadoff, NASA GSFC/SSAI
10:10 - 10:15 Icebreaker Activity All
10:15 - 11:00 PACE Mission & Project Science Brian Cairns, NASA GISS
Multi-Angle Polarimetry and Hyperspectral UV Remote Sensing 101 Kirk Knobelspiesse, NASA GSFC
PACE Science & Applications Team Lorraine Remer, UMBC
The NASA Applied Sciences Perspective: Health & Air Quality John Haynes, NASA HQ
11:00 - 11:05 BREAK
11:05 - 12:05 Session Overview Erin Urquhart, NASA GSFC/SSAI
Air pollution and climate: The Importance of Aerosols in a Fast-Changing Environment Susanna Bauer, NASA GISS
PACE Polarimetry and Atmospheric Characterization Capabilities Andrew Sayer, NASA GSFC/UMBC
Cloud Products from the PACE Ocean Color Imager Odele Coddington, University of CO
Aerosol Absorption and Speciation from PACE: A Prototype from DSCOVR EPIC Alexei Lyapustin, NASA GSFC
12:05 - 1:05 LUNCH BREAK
1:05 - 2:25 Session Overview and Instructions Natasha Sadoff
Breakout Session All
Breakout Report-Out + Session Close All
2:25 - 2:35 BREAK
2:35 - 3:55 Session Overview and Panel Introduction Erin Urquhart
Panelist Presentation: TEMPO Aaron Naeger, NASA MSFC/UAH
Panelist Presentation: PACE Ali Omar, NASA LARC
Panelist Presentation: MAIA Abbey Nastan, NASA JPL
Panelist Presentation: AOS Melanie Follette-Cook, NASA GSFC/MSU
Facilitated Discussion All
3:55 - 4:00 Focus Session Wrap-Up & Farewell Natasha Sadoff

Becoming an PACE Early Adopter begins with completing an application using our online webform. After review, selected proposers will contacted by PACE Applications Program coordinators. The PACE Early Adopter Terms of Reference provides detailed information, including review and selection criteria.

There are many benefits to becoming a PACE Early Adopter. Interested? Contact us directly at pace-applications@oceancolor.gsfc.nasa.gov if you have any questions.

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