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Forecasting Carbon Monoxide for the ATom Mission

carbon monoxide concentrations from the ATom-1 flight circuit in 2016.

Carbon monoxide concentrations from QCLS instrument during the ATom-1 flight circuit in 2016.

A new dataset provides a direct comparison of observational and simulated CO that will be used to inform atmospheric modeling experiments.

Webinar: MODIS and VIIRS Data at your Fingertips

Data from VIIRS is now available through the ORNL DAAC online subsetting tools.

The ORNL DAAC provides user-friendly access to VIIRS and MODIS data through a suite of online tools and APIs.

Join us on August 16 to learn how to discover, subset, access and visualize MODIS and VIIRS data products using a suite of user-friendly tools.

Carbon Emissions from Boreal Forest Megafires

the NWT megafire complex

Field measurements were collected in seven spatially independent burn scars, within the Yellowknife megafire complex, which had burned between June and August 2014.

New data from NASA's ABoVE field campaign provide estimates of carbon emissions from the 2014 NWT mega-fire complex.

ACT-America Winter 2017 Data Now Available

ACT-America team on tarmac in Shreveport, LA.

The ACT-America team on the tarmac with the NASA Langley Beechcraft B-200 King Air and NASA GSFC C-130-H Hercules aircraft in Shreveport, LA.

Data from the Winter 2017 campaign has been added to all ACT-America datasets.

Carbon Fluxes in Coastal Ecosystems

Study domain for mean annual fluxes of carbon in Coastal Ecosystems of Eastern North America

Study domain indicating locations of estuaries and shelf waters in the three subregions: the Gulf of Maine (GOM), the Mid-Atlantic Bight (MAB), and the South Atlantic Bight (SAB; From Najjar et al. 2018).

New data from the North American Carbon Program (NACP) provide mean annual carbon fluxes in coastal areas of Eastern North America.

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