Mini-Symposium on ‘Climate and Radiation Monitoring’

April 18, 2022 @ 09:00 – 11:00

The NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Center for Climate Sciences organizes a virtual mini-symposium on ‘Climate and Radiation Monitoring’, April 18th, 9:00-11:00 AM Pacific time.

This mini-symposium is the first of a series focused on ‘The Essential Role of Long-term Satellite Records for Climate Science and Monitoring’. The objectives of this series of mini-symposia are:

  1. to raise the visibility of the remarkable role and importance of the long-term satellite climate records currently in existence;
  2. to highlight critical accomplishments in selected areas;and
  3. to review challenges in sustaining a climate monitoring system.

This first ‘Climate and Radiation Monitoring’ virtual mini-symposium will consist of three invited presentations of 30 minutes each, followed by moderated discussion, and includes the following invited speakers:

  • Earth Radiation Balance – Norman Loeb, NASA LaRC
  • Solar Irradiance – Greg Kopp, LASP
  • Hyperspectral Infrared Radiation – Larrabee Strow, UMBC
  • Discussion (with comments from Erik Richard, LASP, on the future of spectral solar monitoring)

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