Cromar Participates in NASA Air Quality Workshop


Director of Air Quality, Kevin Cromar, was a panel speaker at the 2021 NASA Aerosol and Cloud, Convection and Precipitation (ACCP) Air Quality Workshop, which articulated the challenges and barriers to using satellite data for health- and air-quality applications and considered current and future satellite needs and gaps for planning the upcoming ACCP mission. Cromar continues to engage with NASA application teams for the ACCP and other upcoming remote-sensing missions to improve applicability for health research and air-quality management in the United States and in regions without extensive ground-based, air-quality-monitoring networks.

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