AiRMAPS Participants

AIrborne and Remote sensing Methane and Air Pollutant Surveys (AiRMAPS) brings together top scientists in a series of studies 2024 - 2028.

Participating OAR laboratories and programs include the Chemical Sciences Laboratory (CSL), the Air Resources Laboratory (ARL), the Global Monitoring Laboratory (GML) and the Atmospheric Chemistry Carbon Cycle and Climate Program (AC4) of the Climate Program Office (CPO). Participating NESDIS Programs include the Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR) and the National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI). OAR and NESDIS will seek collaboration with other NOAA line offices (NWS), federal agencies (NIST, NASA, DOE, EPA, DOI), academic partners, and stakeholders (state and tribal agencies, the oil and gas (O&G) industry, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), private sector entities and data providers). NOAA NESDIS and NASA support spaceborne and airborne remote sensing of greenhouse gases (GHGs), and NOAA OAR, NIST and DOE support ground-based GHG networks. EPA, NOAA and NIST compile activity-based inventories.