【学术预告】Guangdong Province Key Laboratory for Climate Change and Natural Disaster Studies, Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Joint Laboratory for Tropical Oceanic-Atmospheric System Science, and School of Atmospheric Sciences (Lecture 40 of 2018)

Global monitoring of air quality and climate using satellite sensors

发布人:高级管理员 发布日期:2018-11-01
主题
Global monitoring of air quality and climate using satellite sensors
活动时间
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活动地址
Room C306, Dihuan Building, South campus of Sun Yat-sen University
主讲人
 Dr. Diego G., Loyola R
主持人
Prof. Jason Cohen

Speaker: Dr. Diego G., Loyola R

Senior Research Scientist

German Aerospace Center (DLR)

Remote Sensing Technology Institute, Germany

 

Topic: Global monitoring of air quality and climate using satellite sensors

Time:  Nov 6th, 2018 (Tuesday) 10:30

Location: Room C306, Dihuan Building, South campus of Sun Yat-sen University

Host: Prof. Jason Cohen

 

This seminar will be broadcasted live at https://sysuatmos.webex.com.cn/

Event number:187 550 134 ,Password:888888

 

Introduction

Most spectrometers for satellite-supported remote sensing of the atmosphere are passive instruments. The era of Copernicus atmosphere missions began in October 2017 with the launch of TROPOMI. The future Copernicus missions will extend these global atmosphere measurements for the next two decades. The trace gases products (ozone, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, formaldehyde, bromine oxides, glyoxal, water vapour, etc.) generated with UPAS, as well as aerosol and cloud products are used in numerous applications including climate research, and air quality and volcano monitoring. We also develop algorithms and processors for the current atmosphere missions GOME-2/MetOp and TROPOMI/Sentinel-5 Precursor as well as for the future missions.