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Over the last years, more and more satellite data on tropospheric composition have become available and are now being used in numerous applications. In this session, we aim at bringing together reports on new or improved data products and their validation as well as studies using satellite data for applications in tropospheric chemistry, emission inversions and air quality. This includes both studies on trace gases and on aerosols.

We welcome presentations based on studies analysing current and future satellite missions, in particular Sentinel 5P, inter-comparisons of different remote sensing measurements dedicated to tropospheric chemistry sounding and/or analyses with ground-based measurements and chemical transport models.

Public information:
Based on the outcome of a poll among the presenting authors, the live chat of this session has been cancelled.

A subset of the presentations will be given in a video session on Wednesday, 27nd of May. If you are interested to join, please contact the convenors for details.

We are sorry that we cannot have a live EGU session this year and hope to see you all again in Vienna next year!

Andreas Richter, Anja Schönhardt, Cathy Clerbaux, Pieternel Levelt

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Convener: Andreas Richter | Co-conveners: Cathy Clerbaux, Pieternel Levelt, Anja Schoenhardt
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| Attendance Fri, 08 May, 08:30–12:30 (CEST)

Over the last years, more and more satellite data on tropospheric composition have become available and are now being used in numerous applications. In this session, we aim at bringing together reports on new or improved data products and their validation as well as studies using satellite data for applications in tropospheric chemistry, emission inversions and air quality. This includes both studies on trace gases and on aerosols.

We welcome presentations based on studies analysing current and future satellite missions, in particular Sentinel 5P, inter-comparisons of different remote sensing measurements dedicated to tropospheric chemistry sounding and/or analyses with ground-based measurements and chemical transport models.

Public information: Based on the outcome of a poll among the presenting authors, the live chat of this session has been cancelled.

A subset of the presentations will be given in a video session on Wednesday, 27nd of May. If you are interested to join, please contact the convenors for details.

We are sorry that we cannot have a live EGU session this year and hope to see you all again in Vienna next year!

Andreas Richter, Anja Schönhardt, Cathy Clerbaux, Pieternel Levelt

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