Atmospheric Chemistry Group
 
 
Prof. Mark A. Zondlo
 
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Center for Mid-Infrared Technologies for Health and the Environment
Princeton University

NASA DISCOVER-AQ 2013

January-February 2013
Central Valley, California

The NASA DISCOVER-AQ mission aims to understand surface air quality in the Central Valley, California to make better air quality forecasts with Earth-observing satellites. Our mobile platform characterized the spatial distribution of six trace gases with high resolution measurements from open-path sensors mounted on a vehicle. The multi-gas approach is advantageous to separate different emission sources and can be compared with aircraft measurements and satellite retrievals. Click here to learn more about DISCOVER-AQ.

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CARE-BEIJING | DISCOVER-AQ | DC3 | SLIP | N2O Fluxes | TORERO | HIPPO | PREDICT | CALNEX | START08