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Air Quality Data, Tools, and Resources
VIEWS is a website and database system designed to provide easy access to a wide variety of air quality data through an interactive suite of query, visualization, and analysis tools. Ground-based measurements from dozens of monitoring networks, air quality modeling results, emissions data, and NASA satellite data are available from the integrated database. VIEWS is designed to enable decision-makers to analyze diverse datasets side-by-side without having to contend with the details of data management and manipulation.    VIEWS Overview...   VIEWS 2.0 launch...
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Silicon
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Scene monitoring
Scene monitoring is the monitoring of a specific vista or target. Optical and aerosol monitoring measure an abstract, but easily quantifiable parameter of the atmosphere. Scene monitoring captures the effects of all atmospheric parameters simultaneously, but in an inherently difficult manner to quantify. It is, for example, difficult to determine quantitatively which of two photographs represent "better" visibility conditions. Scene monitoring is generally done to help relate quantitative data in a "user-friendly" format.
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