This work seeks to improve existing meteorological, air quality and smoke forecasting systems by infusing them with NASA Earth System Science results. The projects proposed for satellite data enhancement are the MM5 numerical weather forecast system, the Air Indicator Report for Public Awareness and Community Tracking (AIRPACT) Eulerian air-quality forecasting system and the ClearSky agricultural field burn smoke forecasting systems, three projects of the Northwest Air Quality Environmental Science & Technology consortium (NWAIRQUEST). NASA Earth-Sun system research products offer potential improvement in meteorological modeling underlying all of our air quality (AQ) modeling, initial and boundary conditions for AQ modeling, and verification and evaluation. Two principal uses for Earth-Sun system research products (ESRP) are planned: (1) Improving forecast accuracy through use of more representative and spatially resolved boundary and initial conditions (and emissions) for both meteorological and atmospheric chemistry variables for the meteorological and AQ models, and (2) improving system evaluation through comparison of model results with ESRP data, for example comparison of forecast winds with ESRP winds and comparison of column abundances of pollutants species with model results. The ESRP satellite instrument products sought are: ¿ GOES water-vapor and cloud track and QuikSCAT SeaWinds Scatterometer winds ¿ Terra MISR Leaf Area Index and Fractional PAR for phenology of vegetation ¿ Terra MOPPIT and Aura OMI tropospheric retrievals for ozone and carbon monoxide ¿ Forest-Service-STI BlueSky RAINS project MODIS-derived fire emissions ¿ Terra (or Aqua) MODIS column aerosol mass.