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HAQAST is a collaborative team  that works in partnership with public health and air quality agencies across the globe to use NASA data and tools for the public benefit. This team includes 14 primary investigators and scores of co-investigators from across the US headquartered at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Here you can learn about our team, publications, and newsworthy achievements. You can also find short tutorials for NASA’s open-access satellite tools.

Meet one of the HAQAST members, Amber Soja, and learn how she uses NASA satellite data, ground sensors, and field campaigns to create a comprehensive global picture of fires. This helps scientists understand how smoke affects air quality and human health.

Recent News

From media appearances to cutting-edge research, catch the newest developments in HAQAST’s work.

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Next Meeting

Join us for HAQAST Massachusetts June 4-5th, 2024--the next hybrid meeting of the year.