Satellite-Based Application For Air Quality Monitoring and Management at National Scale (SAANS)

This website is created with funding from Central Pollution Control Board, MOEFCC Government of India under a research project entitled "Satellite Based Monitoring of Ambient PM2.5 At National Scale for Air Quality Management".


Disclaimer : The data available in this website is yet to be accepted by the CPCB/MoEFCC. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the MoEFCC


PI: Prof. Sagnik Dey, Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, IIT Delhi

Webpage: http://web.iitd.ac.in/~sagnik


Co-PI: Prof. Dilip Ganguly, Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, IIT Delhi

Webpage:http://web.iitd.ac.in/~dilipganguly


Project Details:

Duration: 3 years (2019-2022)

Objectives:

1.Develop a satellite-based PM2.5 database at high-resolution (1-km) for air quality management in India (completed)

2.Identify the local hotspots, regional air sheds and long-term trends in air quality (ongoing)

3.Facilitate the expansion of the ground-based network (ongoing)

4.Explore the use of Indian geostationary AOD data for PM2.5 monitoring


Figure1: Change in Annual ambient PM2.5 exposure in India from 2000 to 2019

Figure2: Daily PM2.5 Climatology (2000-2019)