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NASA Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team Webinar Series

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Instead of an in-person meeting for winter 2019–2020, HAQAST is hosting a series of webinars beginning February 2020. HAQAST members and contributors will lead informational talks on using NASA tools, assessing the health burden of PM2.5, the future of HAQAST, and more! Each hour-long session will have plenty of time dedicated to audience Q&A. All webinars require registration, which is free and easy. You can register for one webinar, for a few, or for all of them, and registration has been designed so that you can make all your selections in one easy step.

Each webinar will last for one hour. The first thirty minutes or so will be a hands-on training or seminar, and the final half-hour will be an open Q&A. Webinars will be hosted a during a morning (noon EST) and afternoon (4:00 p.m. EST) session, Tuesdays and Thursdays from February 18 - March 10, 2020.