Virtual Workshop on Health Applications for Satellite-Derived Air Quality: Opportunities and Potential Pitfalls
As datasets of air quality derived from satellite remote sensing have become more widespread, the range of their applications in health including epidemiology and burden assessment has grown. Additionally, new satellite instruments are being launched to monitor air quality at higher spatial and temporal resolution and for wider ranges of pollutants than have been previously available. The goals of this workshop are to identify opportunities for health application research using new and expected satellite remote sensing data and to identify potential pitfalls to avoid. The workshop ran over four webinar sessions open to the general public.
Co-chairs: Jeff Brook and Heather Holmes, HEI Research Committee
Planning Committee: Allison Patton, Pallavi Pant, Martha Ondras, and Eleanne Van Vliet
Session recordings and slides are available below.
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