17:00 UTC on 14 Jan
30-40 minutes talk
20 minutes discussion
The webinar gives an overview of the History of Methane and CO2 Mapping with AVIRIS. It's an interesting story showing what can be done with high SNR imaging spectrometers working comparatively coarse spectral resolution
Dr. Robert O. Green is the Principal Investigator of the Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation (EMIT) that in 2018 was selected by NASA to fly on the International Space Station. He is the Principal Investigator of AVIRIS and AVIRIS-NG that have been shown to be powerful tools for detecting and measuring greenhouse gas point source emissions. Dr. Green was the Instrument Scientist for the NASA Discovery Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) that discovered water/hydroxyl on the illuminated surface. He is a science Co-Investigator and Instrument Scientist on the Mapping Imaging Spectrometer for Europa (MISE) that will address science questions related to habitability for NASAâ€™s Europa Clipper mission. Dr. Green is a science co-investigator on the NASA Lunar Trailblazer mission. He is a Senior Research Scientist and Fellow at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Director of the Microdevices Laboratory and on the partner team for the Carbon Mapper instrument. For more than 25 years, his research has used advanced imaging spectrometer instrumentation to test hypotheses and pursue scientific investigations on Earth and through the solar system.
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GSIS TC Chair : Hirokazu Yamamoto
GSIS TC Co-Chair : Amanda O'Connor
GSIS TC Co-Chair : Jennifer Adams