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Hedelius, Jacob K.; Parker, Harrison; Wunch, Debra; Roehl, Coleen M.; Viatte, Camille; Newman, Sally; Toon, Geoffrey C.; Podolske, James R.; Hillyard, Patrick W.; Iraci, Laura T.; Dubey, Manvendra K.; Wennberg, Paul O. (2016)
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The Total Carbon Column Observing Network (TCCON) has become the standard for long-term column-averaged measurements of CO2 and CH4. Here, we use a pair of portable spectrometers to test for intra-network bias among the four currently operating TCCON sites in the United States (U.S.). A previous analytical error analysis has suggested that the maximum 2σ site-to-site relative (absolute) bias of TCCON should be less than 0.2 % (0.8 ppm) in XCO2 and 0.4 % (7 ppb) in XCH4. We find here experimentally that the 95 % confidence intervals for maximum pairwise site-to-site bias among the four U.S. TCCON sites are 0.05–0.14 % for XCO2 and 0.08–0.24 % for XCH4. This is close to the limit of the bias we can detect using this methodology.
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