Dr. Tracey Holloway

Credentials: HAQAST Team Lead; 2017-2021 Gaylord Nelson Distinguished Professor, Environmental Studies & Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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taholloway@wisc.edu

Tracey Holloway is the 2017-2021 Gaylord Nelson Distinguished Professor at the University of Wisconsin—Madison, jointly appointed in the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and the Department of Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences. She is  an air quality scientist, working at the intersection of air quality, energy, climate, and public health. In addition to leading HAQAST since 2016, Tracey also leads efforts to promote the Energy Analysis and Policy (EAP) graduate certificate program in the Nelson Institute at UW Madison. She is also a co-founder and served as the first President of the Earth Science Women’s Network “ESWN”, which has a mission of supporting the scientists of today and welcoming a diverse community of scientists for tomorrow.

HAQAST Project: Broadening the Use of Satellite Data for Health and Air Quality Management

Tracey’s team seeks to deliver targeted training and data products to end-users throughout the air-quality and public health communities, specifically by working with NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET), building on successful partnerships with EPA, and supporting newer users with a national reach, such as the American Lung Association, the Rocky Mountain Institute, and Ramboll to expand the utility of satellite data for public health, air quality management, and energy analysis.

Project goals/deliverables:

  • Support the utilization of satellite-derived PM2.5 by the American Lung Association.
  • Constrain NOx emissions with TROPOMI NO2 for U.S. EPA.
  • Assess building energy use from TROPOMI NO2 with the Rocky Mountain Institute.

Co-Investigators/Team Members: Daegan Miller (UW-Madison), Ana Prados (University of Maryland Baltimore County and Director of NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training), Jonathan Patz (UW-Madison), Brad Pierce (UW-Madison), Barron Henderson (EPA), Kirk Baker (EPA), Diana Van Vleet (American Lung Association), Brady Seals (Rocky Mountain Institute), Greg Yarwood, (Ramboll)