Initiated and directed through a 2010 Congressional Appropriation, the NASA Carbon Monitoring System (CMS) is a forward-looking initiative designed to make significant contributions in characterizing, quantifying, understanding, and predicting the evolution of global carbon sources and sinks through improved monitoring of carbon stocks and fluxes.
Successful CMS Science Team Meeting & CMS Applications Workshop
Nov. 12—14, 2014, Bethesda, MD
News & Announcements
- CMS Applications Policy Speaker Lunch Series #11
The role of land biomass data in the Chesapeake Bay Program
Speaker: Peter Claggett of U.S. Geographical Survey & Chesapeake Bay Program Office
NASA GSFC H114, Tuesday, March 24 at Noon EDT
- BIPM Workshop on Global to Urban Scale Carbon Measurements [announcement]
Date: 30 June – 1 July 2015 Venue: BIPM, Sèvres France
- CMS Applications Policy Speaker Lunch Series #10 RECORDING AND SLIDES
"The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: A Transparent, Simplistic, and Cost-Effective Approach to Reducing Power Sector Greenhouse Gas Emissions"
Speaker: Marissa Paslick of Maryland Public Service Commission
NASA GSFC H114, Wednesday, December 3, Noon EST
- 2014 CMS Progress Report: NASA Carbon Monitoring System: Prototype Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification, Progress Report and Future Plans, October 2014 [PDF]
CMS Applications Policy Speaker Lunch Series #9 RECORDING AND SLIDES
"Climate and Conservation: Tools and data at the scale of land use decision-making"
Speakers: Tom Robinson & Karen Gaffney, Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District
NASA GSFC H114, Thursday, November 20th, at 12pm EST (Live webcast from Sonoma County, California)
- USDA GHG Methods Report: USDA’s report on scientific methods for entity-scale GHG inventory details
- 2014 Proposal Selections Announced for NASA ROSES-2014: Carbon Monitoring System: Continuing Prototype Product Development, Research, and Scoping
- Solving the Mysteries of Carbon Dioxide from The Earth Institute at Columbia University
CMS Science Theme Navigator