HOUSTON – Experts from federal, state and local agencies will converge in Denver on July 16 to complete a three-year effort organized to improve North American atmospheric pollution models and prepare for a new satellite sensor capable of hourly air quality reports. The month-long Colorado campaign will include sensor-equipped NASA King Air B200 and P-3B Orion aircraft as well as a National Center for Atmospheric Research/National Science Foundation C-130 flying from NCAR’s ...

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