About CEAMS

What is CEAMS? CEAMS stands for Citizen-Enabled Aerosol Measurements for Satellites. The goal of this NASA-funded project is to improve our understanding of local air quality. Through CEAMS, citizen scientist, like you, take backyard air quality measurements using inexpensive, but high-quality instruments. These measurements will help scientists better understand how NASA satellites observe local air quality, and they will help you and your neighbors better understand air quality in your area.

Want to know more? Email the CEAMS team at csu_ceams@mail.colostate.edu.

Science Team

CEAMS is led by scientists and students at Colorado State University.

JV

Dr. John Volckens
Professor
Mechanical Engineering

JP

Dr. Jeffrey Pierce
Professor
Atmospheric Science

ML

Dr. Marilee Long
Professor
Journalism and Media Communications

SJ

Dr. Shantanu Jathar
Professor
Mechanical Engineering

AY

Dr. Christian L'Orange
Research Scholar
Mechanical Engineering

BF

Dr. Bonne Ford
Research Scientist
Atmospheric Science

Cl

Dr. Jessica Tryner
Postdoctoral Researcher
Mechanical Engineering

LV

Eric Wendt
Graduate Student
Mechanical Engineering

CQ

Casey Quinn
Graduate Student
Industrial Hygiene

MC

Michael Cheeseman
Graduate Student
Atmospheric Science

ZR

Zoey Rosen
Graduate Student
Journalism and Media Communication