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Airborne southern hemisphere ozone experiment (ASHOE) / measurement for assessing the effects of stratospheric aircraft (MAESA): cd documentation

Gaines, Steven E and Hipskind, Stephen (1995) Airborne southern hemisphere ozone experiment (ASHOE) / measurement for assessing the effects of stratospheric aircraft (MAESA): cd documentation. Documentation. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

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Official URL: http://badc.nerc.ac.uk/browse/badc/CDs/ashoe94

Abstract

The CD-ROM contains data from the combined experiment: Airborne Southern Hemisphere Ozone Experiment; and Measurements for Assessing the Effects of Stratospheric Aircraft (ASHOE/MAESA). This experiment was conducted in four phases between March and November 1994 at NASA Ames Research Center, California; Barbers Point, Hawaii; and Christchurch, New Zealand. Most of the data are essentially in their final form, but additional calibrations are being done for some instruments. A second edition incorporating any changes to the datasets is anticipated in mid 1996. The data consist of in situ and remotely sensed measurements collected onboard the NASA ER-2 aircraft (including O3, H2O, N2O, CO2, CH4, CO, H2, SF6 and a wide range of CFCs); radiosonde, ozonesonde, and backscatter sonde balloon measurements; ground-based spectrometer and lidar measurements; and SAGE II satellite measurements. Theory teams provided calculations of: meteorological parameters in the form of partial hemispheric analyses, cross-sections along the ER-2 flight track, interpolations to the ER-2 flight path, and back- trajectories of selected parcels along the ER-2 flight path; photodissociation rates of selected chemical species along the ER-2 flight path; and cloud properties along the ER-2 flight track.

Item Type:Monograph (Documentation)
Subjects:Chemistry
Atmospheric Sciences
Meteorology and Climatology
ID Code:70
Deposited By:Ms Belinda Robinson
Deposited On:10 Sep 2008 09:54
Last Modified:17 Oct 2008 12:42

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