MAIR-E: Methane Emissions Quantification at scales from 20 m to 200 km using the MethaneAIR Imaging Spectrometer on the NSF Gulfstream-V (MAIR-E)
MethaneAIR is a novel airborne imaging spectrometer with the unique capability of efficiently imaging large regions with high precision and granularity. It has been demonstrated to provide images of methane total column concentrations with unprecedented resolution, swath width, and precision. This experiment will provide a new framework for quantitative assessment of emissions from the O&G industry and other sources regions from the scale of 20 m to 200 km (e.g., agriculture). These data will provide a multi-scale, self-consistent estimate of emissions from these regions, both aggregated and disaggregated, including rigorous estimates of uncertainty.
|Begin Date||2022-10-03 00:00:00|
|End Date||2022-11-18 23:59:59|
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