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Posted by: CEDA_site Admin in NERC directed research programmes 7 years, 1 month ago
A new version of the HIRDLS level 2 data - version 5.00 - has been released and is now available at the BADC. 1000+ days of data are available for 2005-2007. Data quality documents are also included.
Posted by: CEDA_site Admin in NERC directed research programmes 8 years, 9 months agoThe latest of level 2 data - version 4.00, (also known as v02-04-19), has now been released for public access and is available at BADC.
This release adds three new data products (F11, F12 and aerosol extinction), and significantly enhances those previously available (T, O3, HNO3, Cloud tops). Each HIRDLS Level 2 data file contains one day's worth of data.
Posted by: CEDA_site Admin in NERC directed research programmes 8 years, 11 months agoThe Clouds, Water Vapour and Climate (CWVC) Programme was a five-year NERC thematic research programme. Its overall aim was to improve our understanding of the physical processes responsible for the distribution of humidity and clouds and of their influences on climate.
CWVC data submitted to the BADC include:
- The Chilbolton Advanced Meteorological Radar (CAMRa) data set (Projects GST/02/2316 and 2874).
- The HITRAN water vapour absorption data set (Project GST/02/2871).
- The EMERALD I and EMERALD II campaigns data sets (Projects GST/02/2881 & NER/T/S/2001/201).
- The Global Retrieval of ATSR cloud Parameters and Evaluation (GRAPE) data set (Project NER/T/S/2001/205)
Posted by: CEDA_site Admin in NERC directed research programmes 9 years ago
Data from the NERC ACTIVE consortium project (Aerosol and Chemical Transport In tropical conVection) and data from the NERC-AFI CHABLIS campaign (Chemistry of the Antarctic Boundary Layer and the Interface with Snow) are now publicly available at BADC.
Posted by: CEDA_site Admin in NERC directed research programmes 12 years, 11 months ago
UTLS Ozone Data Release ======================= Data from the following UTLS Ozone projects have been released to the public domain. o DCFZ (PI: Keith Browning) o THESEO (PI: Rod Jones) o ACTO (PI: Stuart Penkett) o EGRETT (PI: Jim Whiteway) Datasets provided as a support to UTLS Ozone research have also become public. They include o Meteorolgical Images (Provider: Jamie Kettleborough) o Ozone profiles (Provider: Geraint Vaughan) o SLIMCAT 1997 Reference Atmosphere (Provider: Martyn Chipperfield) More information on these datasets can be found in the List of UTLS Ozone Data Sets. The data are accessible from the UTLS Ozone archive. General information on UTLS Ozone data can be found on the UTLS Ozone Welcome Page at BADC. The BADC Support 9 July 2004