Monitoring Air Quality From Space: The Case for the Geostationary Platform

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ahoz, W. A. L., V.-H. Peuch, J. Orphal, J.-L. Attié, K. Chance, X. Liu, D. Edwards, H. Elbern, J.-M. Flaud, M. Claeyman, and L. E. Amraoui (2012), Monitoring Air Quality From Space: The Case for the Geostationary Platform, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 221-233.
Abstract: 

A geostationary multispectral sensor provides the high spatiotemporal resolution continental-scale observations of lower-tropospheric pollutants needed to monitor, forecast, and manage air quality on a daily basis.