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Featured Speaker: Randall Martin, Ph.D., Raymond R. Tucker Distinguished Professor of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering, McKelvey School of Engineering and Center for Aerosol Science and Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis
Outdoor air quality is the leading global environmental determinant of longevity. However, ground-level monitoring remains sparse in many regions of the world. Satellite remote sensing offers global data to fill these gaps. Global modeling plays a critical role in interpreting these satellite observations. These information sources indicate pronounced variation in air quality around the world, with implications for global public health.
The NASA Connection is a special partnership series of The Academy of Science - St. Louis and the NASA SOLAR SYSTEM AMBASSADORS - Southern Illinois.