AQAST partners

The following air quality agencies have ongoing projects with AQAST. Click on the projects to learn more about them. AQAST is eager to expand its scope of projects to serve the needs of air quality management, please contact AQAST leader Daniel Jacob with requests and inquiries. Search: Local Agencies | State Agencies | Regional Agencies | National Agencies

Local Agencies

Agency AQAST Projects

Bay Area Air Quality Management District

Improving the modeling of the physical atmosphere for SIPs and air quality forecasting

Missouri Botanical Garden

Ozone Garden Project and Coordination of Outreach Activities for AQAST

Saint Louis Science Center

Ozone Garden Project and Coordination of Outreach Activities for AQAST

San Joaqin Valley Air Pollution Control District

Web-Enabled Tools for Air Quality Management Decision Support


State Agencies

Agency AQAST Projects

California Air Resources Board

Air Quality Reanalysis (Translating Research to Services)

DYNAMO: DYnamic Inputs of Natural Conditions for Air Quality MOdels

Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment

Satellite Signatures of Trace Gas Emissions Associated with US Oil & Natural Gas Extraction

Addressing Western U.S. AQ Issues through Modeling, Satellites and Field Experiment

Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Air Quality Reanalysis (Translating Research to Services)

Georgia Environmental Protection Divison

Evaluation of satellite-based wild and prescribed fires products in southeastern US

Georgia Forestry Commission

Predicting air quality under fire impacts using an operational air quality forecasting system

Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources

Web-Enabled Tools for Air Quality Management Decision Support

A public research testbed for assimilating remote sensing products in operational air quality forecasting

Maryland Dept. of the Environment

Air Quality Reanalysis (Translating Research to Services)

Quantifying Source Contributions to O3 and PM2.5 Pollution Episodes Across the Eastern U.S.

Relationships and trends among satellite NO2 columns, NOx emissions, and air quality in North America

Satellite Signatures of Trace Gas Emissions Associated with US Oil & Natural Gas Extraction

Analysis and Modeling with OMI, MODIS, and DISCOVER-AQ data

Develop an Air Quality User's Guide: Satellite Data for Air Quality Monitoring: Examples of Applications, Answers to FAQs, and Common Mistakes to Avoid

Intensive synchronized PM ground sampling during the DISCOVER-AQ campaign

"Optimizing AQ Forecasts with NASA Observations and Economic Data" and "Maryland Summer 2011 Ozone Episodes: Chemical and Meteorological Analyses"

Statistical Air Quality Forecast Support during DISCOVER-AQ

Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources

Analysis and Modeling with OMI, MODIS, and DISCOVER-AQ data

Nevada Division of Environmental Protection

Processes influencing the daily-to-decadal variability of U.S. background ozone levels

Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality

Satellite Signatures of Trace Gas Emissions Associated with US Oil & Natural Gas Extraction

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

DYNAMO: DYnamic Inputs of Natural Conditions for Air Quality MOdels

Quantifying Source Contributions to O3 and PM2.5 Pollution Episodes Across the Eastern U.S.

Inverse modeling of NOx emissions over Texas using OMI NO2 data

Improving the modeling of the physical atmosphere for SIPs and air quality forecasting

Virginia Dept. of Environmental Quality

Air Quality Reanalysis (Translating Research to Services)

"Optimizing AQ Forecasts with NASA Observations and Economic Data" and "Maryland Summer 2011 Ozone Episodes: Chemical and Meteorological Analyses"

Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources

Quantifying Source Contributions to O3 and PM2.5 Pollution Episodes Across the Eastern U.S.

A public research testbed for assimilating remote sensing products in operational air quality forecasting

Atmospheric processes affecting emission sector contributions to O3 and PM2.5 episodes

Using OMI NO2 Data to Bridge the Gap Between Monitors and Models


Regional Agencies

Agency AQAST Projects

Central States Air Resource Agencies (CenSARA)

Satellite Signatures of Trace Gas Emissions Associated with US Oil & Natural Gas Extraction

Lake Michigan Air Directors' Consortium (LADCO)

Quantifying Source Contributions to O3 and PM2.5 Pollution Episodes Across the Eastern U.S.

Relationships and trends among satellite NO2 columns, NOx emissions, and air quality in North America

A Public Research Testbed for Assimilating Remote Sensing Products in Operational Air Quality Forecasting

Atmospheric processes affecting emission sector contributions to O3 and PM2.5 episodes

Oversampling OMI SO2 to identify locations and long-term trends in large point sources in the Midwest

Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Management Association (MARAMA)

Satellite Signatures of Trace Gas Emissions Associated with US Oil & Natural Gas Extraction


National Agencies

Agency AQAST Projects

Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

Satellite Signatures of Trace Gas Emissions Associated with US Oil & Natural Gas Extraction

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Air Quality Reanalysis (Translating Research to Services)

DYNAMO: DYnamic Inputs of Natural Conditions for Air Quality MOdels

Quantifying Source Contributions to O3 and PM2.5 Pollution Episodes Across the Eastern U.S.

Relationships and trends among satellite NO2 columns, NOx emissions, and air quality in North America

Satellite Signatures of Trace Gas Emissions Associated with US Oil & Natural Gas Extraction

Web-Enabled Tools for Air Quality Management Decision Support

Addressing Western U.S. AQ Issues through Modeling, Satellites and Field Experiment

Atmospheric processes affecting emission sector contributions to O3 and PM2.5 episodes

Background ozone in the contiguous US and use of formaldehyde observations from space to better understand the factors controlling biogenic VOC emissions

Inverse modeling of NOx emissions over Texas using OMI NO2 data

Derivation of point-source emission estimates from satellite retrievals

Estimating the climate penalty for U.S. ozone air quality: Rapid calculation across models and scenarios

Processes influencing the daily-to-decadal variability of U.S. background ozone levels

Improving the modeling of the physical atmosphere for SIPs and air quality forecasting

Atmospheric processes affecting emission sector contributions to O3 and PM2.5 episodes

Integration of climate impacts into design of ozone and aerosol control strategies

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Aerosol data products for assimilation into air quality models

"Optimizing AQ Forecasts with NASA Observations and Economic Data" and "Maryland Summer 2011 Ozone Episodes: Chemical and Meteorological Analyses"

Aerosol data products for assimilation into air quality models

Improved use of satellite fire observations for reanalysis of air quality events