Philip D. Hammer,
NASA Ames Research Center, CA
Last updated: October 1999
E-mail: Philip.D.Hammer [at] nasa.gov
Brief Biographical Information:
Staff scientist, NASA Ames Research Center, Earth Science Division
(Code SG), Moffett Field CA. Previously - Research associate,
NOAA Aeronomy Laboratory U. of Colorado (CIRES), Atmospheric Chemical
Kinetics Group, Boulder CO. Ph.D. (physics), 1981, Univ. of Calif.,
Research on Leonid MAC:
- Terrestrial remote sensing using Imaging interferometry and other
hyperspectral imaging methods
- Application of radiative transfer theory and modern analysis techniques to
the interpretation of data from remote sensing instruments.
- Experimental studies of clouds and aerosols and their roles in the earth's
atmosphere and climate: radiative processes in atmosphere and on surface.
- Radiative interaction within leaves.
- Development of radiation remote sensing instruments.
- Optical spectroscopy: methods and instrumentation.
- Chemical kinetics and spectroscopy of gas phase molecular free radicals of
- Spectroscopy of molecules of astrophysical interest
Near-IR spectral imagery of meteors. I am instrument co-PI with Bill Smith of the
University of Washington for the ERAST/DASI instrument.
Related spectral imaging sensor work (ERAST/DASI)