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Geo-Cape

The Geostationary Coastal and Air Pollution Events (GEO-CAPE) mission has been recommended for launch in the 2013-2016 time frame by the National Research Council. The mission's purpose is to gather science that identifies human versus natural sources of aerosols and ozone precursors, tracks air pollution transport, and studies the dynamics of coastal ecosystems, river plumes and tidal fronts.

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Thomas  Kurosu
Thomas Kurosu
Tropospheric Composition (329I)
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Vijay  Natraj
Vijay Natraj
Tropospheric Composition (329I)
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Jessica  Neu
Jessica Neu
Tropospheric Composition (329I)
Aura TES Deputy Principal Investigator
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Kevin  Bowman
Kevin Bowman
Carbon Cycle And Ecosystems (329G)
Engineering and Science Directorate Principal
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