Our data systems and the underlying algorithms have benefited from 5 years of development under several NASA funded programs including the Carbon Monitoring System (CMS), ACCESS and Advanced Information Systems Technology (AIST) programs. Those projects have improved the accuracy, efficiency and utility of methane and CO2 data products and analytics. Several of these programs are ongoing and we plan to infuse those advances into an operational global data portal for Carbon Mapper. We have also transferred some of this technology to the California Air Resources Board to support their own methane data portal focused on the state of California.
Carbon Mapper will make methane and CO2 data available to the public on an ongoing basis through our global open data portal, providing accessibility and transparency to maximize impact. Visit our prototype data portal to explore multi-scale methane data for California. And stay tuned for updates as we expand coverage to other regions.