GEIA, a major crosscutting activity of IGAC https://igacproject.org, is an international community effort dedicated to emissions understanding, information exchange, and competence building. Since it was created in 1990 under the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP), GEIA has been providing necessary, quality assured emission information for comprehensive global assessments of past, present and future atmospheric chemistry, air quality and climate change. GEIA’s ongoing initiatives advance understanding, distribution and use of timely information to the research, assessment and policy communities. GEIA also provides information on emissions on regional and megacity scales, assesses land-water-air exchange processes, and develops platforms for information sharing and data evaluation. The NASA-sponsored GEIA Web Site works with the international GEIA Scientific Steering Committee to coordinate GEIA planning efforts, develop and implement outreach strategies, and make effective distribution of datasets and related information possible. GEIA's major efforts are summarized here.
GEIA 2020 Web Conference
View the Conference Video Recording Here https://youtu.be/dCa7PrMaO8k
Webinar was June 23 at 12:00 – 14:00 UTC
The Conference Summary was recently published in the IGAC Newsletter.
IGAC virtual conference (13-17 September 2021) includes a session dedicated to GEIA
GEIA 20th Conference Date to be Confirmed. Hosted by Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy Belgium