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17 to 19 May 2022 | By invitation only

online format (Zoom), Bangkok, Thailand
Online training Basic Satellite Remote Sensing for Air Quality Monitoring (zoom), 17-19 May 2022

As a part of this collaboration effort to enhance capacity of UNESCAP and SERVIRMekong stakeholders, in partnership with the NASA Science Coordination Office, the regional training titled “Basic Satellite Remote Sensing for Air Quality Monitoring” was organized on May 17-19, 2022. 

This training will serve as a forum for discussion and provide the participants with an opportunity for capacity building.

The training will provide details on the applications of earth observation data to decision-making activities related to air quality monitoring, as well as the associated online and offline tools for visualizing and acquiring aerosols and trace gas data. At the end of the training, participants will develop an understanding on application of earth observation data and tools relevant to properly identify, track and measure air quality events of their choosing and assess the strengths and weaknesses of the data products.

 

As a part of this collaboration effort to enhance capacity of UNESCAP and SERVIRMekong stakeholders, in partnership with the NASA Science Coordination Office, the regional training titled “Basic Satellite Remote Sensing for Air Quality Monitoring” was organized on May 17-19, 2022 in the online format via zoom. 

This training will serve as a forum for discussion and provide the participants with an opportunity for capacity building.

The training will provide details on the applications of earth observation data to decision-making activities related to air quality monitoring, as well as the associated online and offline tools for visualizing and acquiring aerosols and trace gas data. At the end of the training, participants will develop an understanding on application of earth observation data and tools relevant to properly identify, track and measure air quality events of their choosing and assess the strengths and weaknesses of the data products.

for more information, please contact

Information and Communications Technology and Disaster Risk Reduction Division [email protected]
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