Welcome to AEROCENTER
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.
Featured Aerocenter Highlight
Our annual AeroCenter poster bash will be held on Tuesday Jan 20 1pm - 3 pm in H114, building 33. This is your chance to show your colleagues your AGU or AMS (or any other!) poster and mingle with other AeroCenter members. We have room for about 20 posters, write us an email indicating the title and authors of your poster to reserve a poster board.
If you need to be issued a temporary badge to enter NASA, please let us know as soon as possible.
Light refreshments will be provided. As always, donations (food or money) are appreciated as this is the sole source of funding for such things.
The Aerocenter Committee
Valentina Aquila, David Giles, John Yorks, & Tianle Yuan
Posted January 9, 2015
Call for speakers for the 2015 AeroCenter seminar series
We are looking for speakers for the spring 2015 seminar series!
If you have cool results that you would like to share, or work that you would like to discuss with the best aerosol experts, please look at our event calendar, find a Tuesday that would fit your schedule, and write us (the AeroCenter committee) an email to fix a date.
External speakers are welcome! Contact us early enough to grant you a badge, especially if you are a foreign national.
The AeroCenter Committee
Valentina Aquila, David Giles, John York, and Tianle Yuan
Posted on January 9, 2015
Dr. Yoram Kaufman
The passive retrieval of aer…
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