TEMPO Science Team Meeting

This week Jeff is participating in the annual TEMPO Science Team Meeting. TEMPO is a geostationary satellite instrument dedicated to monitoring tropospheric emissions and pollutants over North America, scheduled to launch in 2022. Jeff is involved in algorithm development for TEMPO, and is interested in how ground-based observations can be used to evaluate the satellite-derived products of air quality. Jeff presented an update on the group’s Pandora network, “Two Years of Pandora Observations in Boston: Lessons learned with a view towards geostationary satellite validation”.

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