Nickolay A. Krotkov

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[1] On 5 April 2005, during the East Asian Study of Tropospheric Aerosols: An International Regional Experiment (EAST-AIRE) aircraft campaign, heavy loadings of SO 2 (20 ppb near ground, 1–3 ppb at $2 km altitude) and dust with aerosol optical depth of $1 were measured over Shenyang, an industrialized city $600 km NE of Beijing. In this study, Ozone(More)
[1] The Dutch-Finnish Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) launched on the NASA Aura satellite in July 2004 offers unprecedented spatial resolution, coupled with contiguous daily global coverage, for space-based UV measurements of sulfur dioxide (SO 2). We present a first validation of the OMI SO 2 data with in situ aircraft measurements in NE China in April(More)
Review of the primary uses of satellite data for air quality applications. Background information on satellite capabilities for measuring pollutants. Summary of the resources available to data end-users. Answers provided to common questions in plain language. a b s t r a c t Satellite data of atmospheric pollutants are becoming more widely used in the(More)
  • David G Streets, Timothy Canty, Gregory R Carmichael, Benjamin De Foy, Russell R Dickerson, Bryan N Duncan +14 others
  • 2013
Comprehensive review of studies of satellite data applied to emissions estimation. Overview of retrievals for eight major tropospheric air pollutants. Techniques to enhance the usefulness of satellite retrievals. Identification of target source categories for satellite data application. Recommendations on ways to improve the usability of satellite(More)
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