Recording: MBCA Annual Meeting and JPL Scientist Speaks on Carbon in Earth's Atmosphere


We were honored to welcome JPL Deputy Project Scientist Annmarie Eldering as MBCA's Annual Meeting presenter this year. Dr. Eldering has worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory since 1999. More details about her science and engineering interests and experience can be found in this short biography. Dr. Eldering's lecture focused on how NASA's two Orbiting Carbon Observatory projects are providing scientists with data on carbon dioxide's movements through earth's atmosphere, plants, and ocean, ultimately affecting our climate. Here is a more detailed summary of her presentation topic.

This was our first Annual Meeting delivered virtually via Zoom. Dr. Eldering's lecture was preceded by a blessing by Michael Madrigal, President, Native American Land Conservancy, recognizing Indigenous Peoples and Lands followed by a short review of MBCA's past year and upcoming activities by President Steve Bardwell.
January 23, 2021 at 10:00am - 11:30am

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