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HAQAST Missouri

The HAQAST public meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, will be April 18th and 19th, 2023. Check back at this page for more updates.

The Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team (HAQAST)  works to connect NASA satellite data and products with public health experts and air quality managers. Our team of 14 PIs and 70+ total collaborating investigators has grown to support and serve hundreds of organizations across the U.S. and around the world. Our public meetings are opportunities to grow these two-way dialogues in which stakeholders share their research needs and priorities, and scientists share their resources, insights, and new discoveries.

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HAQAST Missouri will be in held in St. Louis, Missouri in April 2023. This will be an opportunity for sharing updates and new results, networking, and discussion.

This page will be updated with more details about the meeting as they become available.

FAQ

Q: Will NASA be providing funding for stakeholder travel?

A: Yes! See above to apply or use this link. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Q: Are there opportunities for me or my organization to present?

A: Yes! Please register and indicate your interest in speaking on the registration form.

Q: When will an agenda be available?

A: Since we generate the agenda from the registration list, a final agenda typically isn’t available until a few weeks before the conference. A draft agenda will be available sooner, and if your agency requires an agenda for approving travel, please reach out to Jenny Bratburd, HAQAST Outreach Manager.