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Welcome to the Atmospheric Science User Forum! 

The purpose of this page is to improve user service quality and efficiency of NASA atmospheric science data by providing a quick and easy way to facilitate scientific discussion among scientist and users. 

Current Contributors Include:


To post, an Earthdata Login account is needed.

 Click here for directions on how to use the forum
  1. To Create a New Topic: Click "New Topic". 

  2. To Join the Discussion on a Topic: click an existing topic and then enter your text in the "Write a Comment" box.

    1. If you feel a topic/comment needs to be removed, please notify User Services at support-asdc@earthdata.nasa.gov.

    2. Additionally, we welcome feedback and suggestions in which you can also notify User Services at support-asdc@earthdata.nasa.gov.
  3. Search for Information: The entire Atmospheric User Forum may be searched using the box in the top left corner of the page. The entire Earthdata Wiki may be searched using the box in the top right corner of the page.

Requirements for posting to this forum.

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This forum is intended strictly for the use of sharing information about Atmospheric Science data products and services offered by NASA Distributed Active Archive Centers (DAACs). Export controlled, privileged, or proprietary information that is protected under U.S. Export Control Laws and Regulations shall NOT be disclosed through this forum. The party responsible for posting must ensure that the information posted complies with U.S. Export Control Laws  and/or has received an appropriate export control clearance from a qualified export control administrator. Please post carefully to NOT include technical data – information which is required for the design, development, production, manufacture, assembly, operation, repair, testing, maintenance, or modification of instrumentation. For more information please visit http://oiir.hq.nasa.gov/nasaecp/webbrfg.pdf
NASA makes no representations or warranties regarding the information posted.

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ASDC News & Announcements
ASDC's RSS feed with highlights about Earth Science Data at NASA Langley Research Center
EOSWEB to Retire

EOSWEB to Retire

Monday, June 29, 2020 to Tuesday, July 14, 2020

The ASDC DAAC will be transitioning from eosweb.larc.nasa.gov to a new asdc.larc.nasa.gov website on Monday July 13, 2020, which will offer a cleaner look and feel.

EOSWEB to Retire

EOSWEB to Retire

Monday, June 29, 2020 to Tuesday, July 14, 2020

The ASDC DAAC will be transitioning from eosweb.larc.nasa.gov to a new asdc.larc.nasa.gov website on Monday July 13, 2020, which will offer a cleaner look and feel.

CALIPSO IIR V4.20 L2 Product Release Announcement

CALIPSO IIR V4.20 L2 Product Release Announcement

Thursday, April 30, 2020
The Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC) at NASA Langley Research Center in collaboration with the CALIPSO mission team announces the release of a new version of the CALIPSO IIR level 2 Track and Swath products.

 

The New Earthdata Forum Has Answers

The New Earthdata Forum Has Answers

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

The new Earthdata Forum provides a central location where data users can interact with subject matter experts from multiple DAACs to discuss general questions about research needs and data applications, and receive help on specific queries about acc

User Profile: Dr. Emily Fischer

User Profile: Dr. Emily Fischer

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Our atmosphere is a chemical soup that is constantly sampled by orbiting Earth observing satellites.
Dr. Emily Fischer uses these data to better understand how pollutants move in the lower atmosphere.

 

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