Difference between revisions of "Talk:OMI AI G"

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Hi, Following a request form Steve Young, we have prepared a simple screencast on the May 2007 Georgia/Florida smoke event which is also an Exceptional Event, subject of regulatory actions by Neil Frank & Co at OAQPS. Rich Scheffe and Rich Poirot may be interested in the multi sensor/network/organisational data integration. Frank Lindsay and Lawrence Friedl may like the use of satellite data for AQ analysis. The 1min 30sec GA/FL Smoke screencast is a [http://capita.wustl.edu/capita/capitareports/070718ESIPMeeting_WI/GeorgiaSmoke/GeorgiaSmoke.html flash file] on our server and on [http://youtube.com/watch?v=2l3Rokn31bg YouTube]. The Google Earth file with the corresponding data is [http://capita.wustl.edu/capita/capitareports/070422Georgia_Fire/KMZ/GA_Fire_Demo2.kmz here] for those interested in recreational exploratory data analysis. Another 1 min  30 sec screencast is a preliminary OMI NO2 analysis, possibly useful for NOX emission verification.  It is available as [http://capita.wustl.edu/capita/capitareports/070718ESIPMeeting_WI/OMI/OMI.html flash] and [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwJ1h-Pz3_8 YouTube video]. The Google Earth file that was used for the recording is also [http://capita.wustl.edu/datawarehouse/Datasets/OMI/KMZ/OMI_NO2_avg.kmz here]. Needless to say, the all data are accessible through GEOSS-compliant standard web services and being registered in the master GEOSS registry. Enjoy!
 
Hi, Following a request form Steve Young, we have prepared a simple screencast on the May 2007 Georgia/Florida smoke event which is also an Exceptional Event, subject of regulatory actions by Neil Frank & Co at OAQPS. Rich Scheffe and Rich Poirot may be interested in the multi sensor/network/organisational data integration. Frank Lindsay and Lawrence Friedl may like the use of satellite data for AQ analysis. The 1min 30sec GA/FL Smoke screencast is a [http://capita.wustl.edu/capita/capitareports/070718ESIPMeeting_WI/GeorgiaSmoke/GeorgiaSmoke.html flash file] on our server and on [http://youtube.com/watch?v=2l3Rokn31bg YouTube]. The Google Earth file with the corresponding data is [http://capita.wustl.edu/capita/capitareports/070422Georgia_Fire/KMZ/GA_Fire_Demo2.kmz here] for those interested in recreational exploratory data analysis. Another 1 min  30 sec screencast is a preliminary OMI NO2 analysis, possibly useful for NOX emission verification.  It is available as [http://capita.wustl.edu/capita/capitareports/070718ESIPMeeting_WI/OMI/OMI.html flash] and [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwJ1h-Pz3_8 YouTube video]. The Google Earth file that was used for the recording is also [http://capita.wustl.edu/datawarehouse/Datasets/OMI/KMZ/OMI_NO2_avg.kmz here]. Needless to say, the all data are accessible through GEOSS-compliant standard web services and being registered in the master GEOSS registry. Enjoy!
  
===Re: OMI NO2 and Georgia/Florida Smoke Illustrations    -- SYoung===
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===Re: OMI NO2 and Georgia/Florida Smoke Illustrations    -- SYoung Jul 16, 2007 8:36 AM===
 
Thanks Rudy. Just viewed it on YouTube -- excellent! Sorry I won't see you in person in Madison. Cheers,
 
Thanks Rudy. Just viewed it on YouTube -- excellent! Sorry I won't see you in person in Madison. Cheers,
  
===Re: OMI NO2 and Georgia/Florida Smoke Illustrations    -- FLindsay===
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===Re: OMI NO2 and Georgia/Florida Smoke Illustrations    -- FLindsay Jul 16, 2007 8:53 AM ===
 
Many thanks Rudy!  I have sent these links around to all the atmospheric scientists here at HQ.  This will further our work on exploring new uses for these data and how to best visualize them.  Thanks to your team. best
 
Many thanks Rudy!  I have sent these links around to all the atmospheric scientists here at HQ.  This will further our work on exploring new uses for these data and how to best visualize them.  Thanks to your team. best

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OMI NO2 and Georgia/Florida Smoke Illustrations -- Rhusar Jul 16, 2007 1:10 AM

Hi, Following a request form Steve Young, we have prepared a simple screencast on the May 2007 Georgia/Florida smoke event which is also an Exceptional Event, subject of regulatory actions by Neil Frank & Co at OAQPS. Rich Scheffe and Rich Poirot may be interested in the multi sensor/network/organisational data integration. Frank Lindsay and Lawrence Friedl may like the use of satellite data for AQ analysis. The 1min 30sec GA/FL Smoke screencast is a flash file on our server and on YouTube. The Google Earth file with the corresponding data is here for those interested in recreational exploratory data analysis. Another 1 min 30 sec screencast is a preliminary OMI NO2 analysis, possibly useful for NOX emission verification. It is available as flash and YouTube video. The Google Earth file that was used for the recording is also here. Needless to say, the all data are accessible through GEOSS-compliant standard web services and being registered in the master GEOSS registry. Enjoy!

Re: OMI NO2 and Georgia/Florida Smoke Illustrations -- SYoung Jul 16, 2007 8:36 AM

Thanks Rudy. Just viewed it on YouTube -- excellent! Sorry I won't see you in person in Madison. Cheers,

Re: OMI NO2 and Georgia/Florida Smoke Illustrations -- FLindsay Jul 16, 2007 8:53 AM

Many thanks Rudy! I have sent these links around to all the atmospheric scientists here at HQ. This will further our work on exploring new uses for these data and how to best visualize them. Thanks to your team. best