Atmospheric Chemistry and Dynamics
 

Upcoming Events

Thursday, July 18, 2024
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Ocean Ecology Laboratory Seminar
Satellite Lidar in Oceanographic Research Michael Behrenfeld, Oregon State University, College of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Botany and Plant Pathology
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Thursday, July 18, 2024
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Terrestrial Water Cycle Seminar
Improving the Representation of Fire in Land Surface Models Using Observations and Artificial Intelligence
Prof. Yeonjoo Kim, Yonsei University
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Tuesday, July 23, 2024
01:00 PM - 07:00 PM
AI Showcase and networking event
Goddard’s AI CoE and the Chief AI Officers are planning an AI Showcase and networking event for Goddard scientists and engineers to show off some of their work and network with other practitioners. Presentation slots in the afternoon from 1:00-5:00pm and a poster session from 5:00-7:00pm.
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Featured Videos

How NASA and Partners Look at Air Quality Around the Globe

Together with South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines, NASA scientists took to the field for the Asia Air Quality campaign to better understand local air quality issues underneath the GEMS satellite— a sister satellite to North America’s TEMPO.

2023 Ozone Hole Update

The 2023 Antarctic ozone hole reached its maximum size at 10 million square miles, or 26 million square kilometers, on Sept. 21, which ranks as the 16th largest since 1979, according to annual satellite and balloon-based measurements made by NASA and NOAA.

How NASA Sees the Air We Breathe

NASA and NOAA, among other agencies, worked together this summer through the STAQS and AEROMMA missions to calibrate and validate NASA’s new TEMPO satellite. The satellite and missions combined aim to not only better measure air quality, and the major pollutants that impact it, but also to improve air quality, from street to stratosphere.

Ozone 101: What is the Ozone Hole?

Let’s back up to the basics and understand what caused the Ozone Hole, its effects on the planet, and what scientists predict will happen in future decades.

 

Local News

 

June 17-22 the ALEGROS (Associating Local Emissions of Gases with Regional Observations from Satellites) team acquired high-density observation of air pollutants and greenhouse gases over the Ea. Participants included Glenn Wolfe (614), Jason St. Clair (614/UMBC), Erin Delaria (614/UMD), Tom Hanisco (614), Bryan Place (614/SciGlob), Apoorva Pandey (614/UMBC), Jin Liao (614/UMBC), Steven Rosesmith (614/SciGlob) and Andrew Swanson (614/SciGlob). Glenn Wolfe discusses the campaign at CBS News...

Friday, June 28, 2024
 

The Code 614 In Situ Observations Lab recently participated in the Airborne and Satellite Investigation of Asian Air Quality ...

Friday, April 05, 2024
 

Individual bits of tiny living beings and inanimate particles are too small for your eye to see. But when billions to trillio...

Wednesday, February 07, 2024