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Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (AMT)
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  • First fully-diurnal fog and low cloud satellite detection reveals life cycle in the Namib

    Andersen, Hendrik; Cermak, Jan (2018)
    Fog and low clouds (FLC) are a typical feature along the southwestern African coast, especially in the central Namib, where fog constitutes a valuable resource of water for many ecosystems. In this study, a novel algorithm to detect FLC over land from geostationary satellite data using only infrared observations is presented. The algorithm is the first of its kind as it is stationary in time and thus able to reveal a detailed view into the diurnal and spatial patterns of FLC in the Namib regi...

    The importance of cylinder passivation chemistry for preparation and long-term stability of multicomponent monoterpene primary reference materials

    Allen, Nicholas D. C.; Worton, David R.; Brewer, Paul J.; Pascale, Céline; Niederhauser, Bernhard (2018)
    Monoterpenes play an important role in atmospheric chemistry due to their large anthropogenic and biogenic emission sources and high chemical reactivity. As a consequence, measurements are required to assess how changes in emissions of monoterpenes impact air quality. Accurate and comparable measurements of monoterpenes in indoor and outdoor environments require gaseous primary reference materials (PRMs) that are traceable to the international system of units (SI). PRMs of monoterpenes are ch...

    Description and applications of a mobile system performing on-road aerosol remote sensing and in situ measurements

    Popovici, Ioana Elisabeta; Goloub, Philippe; Podvin, Thierry; Blarel, Luc; Loisil, Rodrigue; Unga, Florin; Mortier, Augustin; Deroo, Christine; Victori, Stéphane; Ducos, Fabrice; Torres, Benjamin; Delegove, Cyril; Choël, Marie; Pujol-Söhne, Nathalie; Pietras, Christophe (2018)
    The majority of ground-based aerosols observations are limited to fixed locations, narrowing the knowledge on their spatial variability. In order to overcome this issue, a compact Mobile Aerosol Monitoring System (MAMS) was developed to explore the aerosol vertical and spatial variability. This mobile laboratory is equipped with a micropulse lidar, a sun-photometer and an aerosol spectrometer. It is distinguished by other transportable platforms through its ability to perform on-road measurem...

    Radiometric correction of observations from microwave humidity sounders

    Moradi, Isaac; Beauchamp, Jim; Ferraro, Ralph (2018)
    Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit (AMSU-B) and Microwave Humidity Sounder (MHS) are total power microwave radiometers operating at frequencies near the water vapor absorption line at 183 GHz. The measurements of these instruments are crucial for deriving a variety of climate and hydrological products such as water vapor, precipitation, and ice cloud parameters. However these measurements are subject to several errors that can be classified into radiometric and geometric errors. The aim...

    Replacing the AMOR by the miniDOAS in the ammonia monitoring network in the Netherlands

    Berkhout, A. J. C. Stijn; Swart, Daan P. J.; Volten, Hester; Gast, Lou F. L.; Haaima, Marty; Verboom, Hans; Stefess, Guus; Hafkenscheid, Theo; Hoogerbrugge, Ronald (2017)
    In this paper we present the continued development of the miniDOAS, an active differential optical absorption spectroscopy (DOAS) instrument to measure ammonia concentrations in ambient air. The miniDOAS has been adapted for use in the Dutch National Air Quality Monitoring Network. The miniDOAS replaces the life-expired continuous-flow denuder ammonia monitor (AMOR). From September 2014 to December 2015, both instruments measured in parallel before the change from AMOR to mi...
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