AQAST: Building a legacy





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Published on Jul 29, 2015

In 2011, NASA's Applied Sciences Program launched the Air Quality Applied Sciences Team (AQAST) to utilize NASA’s many earth science resources, including satellite data, suborbital data, and models, to improve air quality management in the United States. Air quality managers are responsible for monitoring the air we breathe and taking action to reduce air pollution.

Watch this video to learn about the ongoing work of AQAST team members in the final year of this program, featuring interviews with Daniel Jacob (AQAST Leader), Brad Pierce (AQAST Team Member), Arlene Fiore (AQAST Team Member), Rob Kaleel (Executive Director of the Lake Michigan Air Directors Consortium), and Angie Dickens (Air Policy Analyst, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources).

Directed and produced by Olivia Sanderfoot with support from the NASA AQAST Media Team.

To learn more about AQAST, please visit http://aqast-media.org or check us out on Twitter @NASA_AQAST.


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