As we transition to the second year of research, the NASA Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team continues to develop connections between public stakeholders across the United States. Each of the 14 PIs have contributed to unique Tiger Teams and are beginning to yield the fruitful results of strong collaboration.
In this public HAQAST meeting, we introduced new discoveries throughout the past two years that have resulted from two-way dialogue between scientists and stakeholders, as well as continue progressing towards our future goals.
Thank you to everyone who attended in-person and virtually! Recordings are available below.
October 20th Panels
- Session 1 – Overview of NASA HAQAST
- Session 2A – Extreme Heat and Health Impacts
- Session 2B – Unusual Air Quality – What counts as an “Exceptional Event?”
- Session 3A – Community Partnerships for Climate and Health
- Session 3B – Comparing Air Quality Data from Satellite, Monitors, and Models
- Session 4A – Dust and Fire Emissions
- Session 4B – Quantifying Energy Use and Emissions
- Poster Session
Due to technical issues the recording of this panel is unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Advancing Clean Air and Public Health with Satellite Data and Research: a HAQAST / NACAA Conversation (Crossover with the National Association of Clean Air Agencies)
Moderator: Miles Keogh (Crossover with the National Association of Clean Air Agencies)
Tracey Holloway (HAQAST Team Leader, University of Wisconsin—Madison)
Arlene Fiore (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Bryan Duncan (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
Kelly Crawford (DC Department of Energy and Environment)
Sam Rubens (Akron Regional Air Quality Management District)
Jennifer McGinnis (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
How Can an Online Forum Support Your NASA Data Use?
Madankui Tao (Columbia University)
Spatial Variability in Formaldehyde and Nitrogen Dioxide Diurnal Cycles in the New York City Area