AQ Cluster History

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*ESIP Federation Winter Meeting, 1/5/2005  
 
*ESIP Federation Winter Meeting, 1/5/2005  
 
**Air Quality is one of 12 Applications of National Priority as defined by NASA and is one of 5 National Application Areas most frequently selected as an area of interest by ESIP members and stakeholders.<br>
 
**Air Quality is one of 12 Applications of National Priority as defined by NASA and is one of 5 National Application Areas most frequently selected as an area of interest by ESIP members and stakeholders.<br>
An air quality focus group met during the 2005 ESIP Winter Meeting to discuss how ESIP might play a role in advancing the use of earth science data in air quality management. Interest is high within ESIP and air quality is recommended as a new ESIP cluster.
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**An air quality focus group met during the 2005 ESIP Winter Meeting to discuss how ESIP might play a role in advancing the use of earth science data in air quality management. Interest is high within ESIP and air quality is recommended as a new ESIP cluster.

Revision as of 14:48, 14 January 2006

  • ESIP Federation Winter Meeting, 1/4/2006
  • ESIP Federation Summer Meeting, 6/2005
    • The definition of a cluster is further refined into both organizational and technical components.
  • EPA and NASA Visits, 4/5/2005
    • The ESIP AQ Cluster was presented to various offices at EPA and NASA. The agency feedback was very positive and sets the stage for close and active participation.
  • Draft Strawman, 3/1/2005
    • A draft strawman report is generated that outlines the formation of an ESIP AQ Cluster. The report is circulated among potential stakeholders within EPA, NOAA, and NASA. Interest within EPA is high.
  • ESIP Federation Winter Meeting, 1/5/2005
    • Air Quality is one of 12 Applications of National Priority as defined by NASA and is one of 5 National Application Areas most frequently selected as an area of interest by ESIP members and stakeholders.
    • An air quality focus group met during the 2005 ESIP Winter Meeting to discuss how ESIP might play a role in advancing the use of earth science data in air quality management. Interest is high within ESIP and air quality is recommended as a new ESIP cluster.
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