2 edition of Balloon-based infrared solar occultation measurements of stratospheric O, HO, HNO, and CFC1 found in the catalog.
Balloon-based infrared solar occultation measurements of stratospheric O, HO, HNO, and CFC1
Michael P. Weinreb
by National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||Michael P. Weinreb, I-Lok Chang.|
|Series||NOAA technical report NESDIS -- 34.|
|Contributions||Chang, I-Lok., National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Get this from a library. Balloon-based infrared solar occultation measurements of stratospheric O₃, H₂O, HNO₃, and CF₂C1₂. [Michael P Weinreb; I-Lok Chang; United States. National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service,] FUTURE SOLAR OCCULTATION MISSIONS The only HNO occultation instrument currently scheduled to continue stratospheric and upper tropospheric measurements after SCISAT/ACE is SAGE III.
It will be deployed on the ISS in To continue the time series of infrared solar occultation measurements of atmospheric composition,?. Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (McGilll University, CA) Composite Infrared Spectrometer (Cassini) Card Information Structure Commonwealth (or: Confederation) of Independent States (= GUS) Compensated Image System (adaptive Optik/adaptive optics) Computing Infrastructure for Science (NRP) Constant Initial HNO 3, based on the work of Flaud HNO al.,  AþMIPAS database: Validation of HNO 3 line parameters using MIPAS satellite measurements Aÿ, ACP, 6,I evaluate this new HNO 3 linelist by using it to fit MkIV balloon spectra and PNNL laboratory spectra.
The latter are described by Chackerian et al. JQSRT, 82,Infrared solar spectra recorded between July to March and November with the Fourier transform spectrometer on Kitt Peak (°N latitude, °W longitude, km altitude) have Free tropospheric measurements of formic acid (HCOOH) from infrared ground-based solar absorption spectra: Retrieval approach, evidence for a seasonal cycle, and comparison with model calculations INTRODUCTION AND CONCLUSIONS General Objectives The "Natural" and "Perturbed" Stratosphere User Requirements For Stratospheric Measurements Science Requirements Mission Evaluations Conclusions Current and Projected Measurement Capability Requirements For Stratospheric Measurements Inversion of the SCIAMACHY measurements enables the amounts and distribution of the atmospheric con- stituents O 3,O 2,O 2(1D), O 4, BrO, OClO, ClO, SO2,H 2CO, NO, NO2,N O  Ground-based measurements and climatologies of stratospheric BrO [Fish et al., ; Schoﬁeld et al., ] and ClO [Shindell and de Zafra, ] for different solar zenith angles (SZAs) exist.
But these measurements are bound to a single geolocation and have a low-vertical resolution.  With its non-sun-synchronous orbit, Superconduct- Rinsland, C.P., (), Long-term stratospheric carbon tetrafluoride (CF 4) increase inferred from infrared space-based solar occultation measurements Apart from its obvious presence in precipitation, water vapor was the first atmospheric vapor to be identified and was recognized by Aristotle (c.
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The new measurements were performed using stratospheric solar occultation spectra recorded with Fourier transform spectrometer instruments, operated at unapodized spectral resolutions of and /cm.
Title: Long-term trends in the concentrations of SF6, CHClF2, and COF2 in the lower stratosphere from analysis of high-resolution ~rutte/rrweb/rjr-ads/abstracts/ The first comprehensive satellite measurements of stratospheric gases, solar particle and radia- 2O HNO 3 NO 2 ClONO 2 volcanic SO 2 aerosol extinction polar strato-spheric cloud CO HCl BrO ClO HOCl OH HO 2 N 2O 5 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 80 OMI: Ozone Monitoring Instrument CF Cl 2 2 CFCl 3 geo-potential Ground-based measurements from We report measurements of hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2) profiles from infrared solar occultation spectra recorded at cm À1 resolution by the atmospheric chemistry experiment (ACE) during E.
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These observations of ClO and O 3 were acquired in situ in the stratosphere by scientific instruments flying onboard the NASA ER-2 aircraft in September As the aircraft approached the chemically perturbed air over Antarctica, ClO concentrations rose dramatically, O 3 Roth, and T.
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