NASA Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team (HAQAST)
The HAQAST Team uses NASA satellite data to help solve real-world public health and air quality problems. The Team is diverse: working around the world on issues from wildfire smoke to diesel emissions. They collaborate with public stakeholders, who help guide their research. They also pursue short-term, high-impact projects in small groups called Tiger Teams.
- See the latest HAQAST webinar series on their 2020 webinars mainpage.
- In March a new webinar was added from Dr. Susan O'Neill: Where there's Smoke: Satellite Data for Smoke and Fire.
- Watch a series of training videos from the Northern California HAQAST Tiger Team on using satellite data for smoke and fire: https://sites.google.com/firenet.gov/wfaqrp-airfire/projects/haqast/2017NorthernCAWildfiresTT/training