Aerosol research is one of the nine cross-cutting themes of the Earth Sciences Division at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. AeroCenter is an interdisciplinary union of researchers at NASA Goddard and other organizations in the Washington DC metropolitan area (including NOAA, University of Maryland, and other insititutions) who are interested in many facets of atmospheric aerosols. Interests include aerosol effects on radiative transfer, clouds and precipitation, climate, the biosphere, and atmospheric chemistry the aerosol role in air quality and human health; and the atmospheric correction of aerosol blurring of satellite imagery of the ground. Our regular activities include strong collaborations among aerosol community, informal weekly AeroCenter Forum (seminars, discussions, posters, and paper reviews) and annual aerosol research update.
Organized by Santiago Gassó, this special Aerocenter is dedicated to the icelandic volcano. There will be a number of short presentations describing the event as seen from several ground and space platforms as well as modelling. The purpose is give a quick overview of the event and get an idea how different observing platforms detected this phenomenon.Listed below are the speakers. Each of them will make a 5-8 slide presenation and then Q&A. The event will run for more than an hour ,probably til 12:30 or 1PM so feel free to bring your lunch. Also, the room is small, so come early to claim a seat. The discussion will be on webex
Posted May 11, 2010
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