Remote Sensing of Troposheric Pollution from Space

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Doc #: 43 Title: Remote Sensing of Troposheric Pollution from Space | Document Link
Organization/Author: J. Fishman
Type: Journal Article
Year: 2008
Region: International
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Document Status: Unsubmitted, 2009/08/31
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The NRC emphasized that if Earth scientists are to foster applications and extend the societal benefits of their work, they must also understand the research-to-applications chain, which includes transforming satellite measurements into useful information and distributing that information in a form that is understandable and meets the needs of both public- and private sector managers, decision makers, and policy makers.