NASA EMIT Mapping Methane Plumes: Data Tutorial Workshop

This 2-hour virtual workshop on March 14, 2024, demonstrates how to use methane data products from NASA's Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation (EMIT) mission.
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Multiple presenters (JPL EMIT Science Team and LP DAAC)
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JPL EMIT Science Team
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Image of a methane plume overlaid on a topo map; highest methane concentrations are in southeast corner (yellow area); rest of plume is low concentrations (purple)
Methane plume complex in southwest Texas produced from EMIT data. Highest methane concentrations are in orange/yellow; lowest concentrations are in purple. Credit: NASA EMIT Science Team/JPL.

Join NASA's JPL Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation (EMIT) Science Team and members of NASA's Land Processes Distributed Active Archive Center (LP DAAC) for a 2-hour virtual workshop that introduces the EMIT mission methane products and shows how to work with the EMITL2BCH4ENH v001 and EMITL2BCH4PLM v001 methane products.

Links in the Resources section (below) will help workshop attendees learn more about the EMIT mission and the contributions EMIT data are making to the U.S. Greenhouse Gas Center, view previous videos from the EMIT tutorial series, and explore EMIT Python resources.

More information about the EMIT Data Tutorial Series

Resources

Learn about the EMIT mission

Watch previous tutorial videos

EMIT Python Resources

Datasets

EMIT L2B Estimated Methane Plume Complexes 60 m doi:10.5067/EMIT/EMITL2BCH4ENH.001

EMIT L2B Methane Enhancement Data 60 m doi:10.5067/EMIT/EMITL2BCH4PLM.001

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