Atmospheric Characterization and Observing Systems Group
Our goal is to improve the knowledge of the connections between thermodynamics, aerosols, clouds and convection.
Our group focuses on maximizing the use of current and future satellite platforms and other remote sensing techniques, to deliver science and products that can improve forecasts of weather, air quality and climate. We do this by focusing on the characterization of the vertical structure of our atmosphere from the surface to the ionosphere.
What we do
Weather, Air Quality and Numerical Weather Prediction
Satellite Infrastructure and Retrieval Development
Research about our Changing Climate
Oyola et al. 2022: Transdisciplinary Applications of GNSSRO to Characterize Atmospheric Hazards and Systemic Risk
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