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Aura is dedicated to understanding the changing chemistry of our atmosphere.

Announcement


Dear EOS Aura Colleagues,

The next Aura Science Team meeting has been rescheduled to August 27-29, 2019 in Pasadena, California.

Meeting information, including on registration, hotel, and abstract submission, can be found here.

I look forward to seeing many of you in Pasadena!

Regards,
Bryan Duncan
(Aura Project Scientist)



thriving on changing planet

The 2018 National Academies’ Decadal Survey Highlights Aura Data to Demonstrate the Power of Satellite Data for Science & Societal Benefit


Air quality, observations from space

Aura is a large contributer to this NASA web site which show how satellite data of air pollution may be used for health, air quality, and agricultural/food security applications.

Informing Policy Makers

Aura's data objectives have a strong relevance for national interests (i.e., operational uses by federal agencies), applied sciences, scientific research, and societal benefit.


Recent Aura Highlights

 Nitrogen Dioxide Data to Show A Relationship Between Air Quality Changes & Economic Growth Globally Nitrogen Dioxide Data to Show A Relationship Between Air Quality Changes & Economic Growth Globally
Examining Impact of Boreal Summer El Niño–Southern Oscillation Events on Tropical Lower Stratospheric Ozone Examining Impact of Boreal Summer El Niño–Southern Oscillation Events on Tropical Lower Stratospheric Ozone
New Global Anthropogenic Sulfur Dioxide Emission Inventory New Global Anthropogenic Sulfur Dioxide Emission Inventory
  Application of sulfur dioxide observations supporting the cleantech industry’s goal of reducing air pollution
Ambient Surface Nitrogen Dioxide and Effects Globally on Asthma Exacerbation and Incidence Ambient Surface Nitrogen Dioxide and Effects Globally on Asthma Exacerbation and Incidence
 Investigating peroxyacyl nitrate in North American biomass burning plumes 
Using Aura Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer (TES) retrievals Investigating peroxyacyl nitrate in North American biomass burning plumes Using Aura Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer (TES) retrievals
Ozone Monitoring Instrument: 14 years in space Ozone Monitoring Instrument: 14 years in space

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