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NCAR-BAI tethered balloon sensors and samplers
STATUS
Available
AVAILABILITY
for collaborative projects
REQUEST PROCEDURE
contact Alex Guenther
Surface In-Situ Instruments
Lightweight sensors and samplers that are attached to a tethered balloon line and used to measuring VOC, ozone, particles, solar radiation, winds, humidity, and temperature.
CONTACT
Alex Guenther
NCAR ESSL
NCAR-ESSL PO Box 3000 Boulder CO USA 80307-3000
303 497 1447
guenther@ucar.edu
http://bai.acd.ucar.edu
SPECIFICATIONS
TypeChemical
Flux
Instrument TypeChemistry instrument
EnvironmentLand
Locationmany
Archive Data Availabilitycontact Alex Guenther
Variablesgradients of ozone, VOC, particles, solar radiation, temperature, humidity, winds
Time Period1990-present
Instrument MaturityMature
Wavebandnone
Dervied Variablesfluxes
Chemical PhaseGas phase
Chemical Compoundsvarious
TechniqueN/A
Sampling Rate1.1 – 60 seconds
Detection Limit
REFERENCES
Greenberg, J., A. Guenther, P. Zimmerman, W. Baugh, C. Geron, and K. Davis, Tethered balloon measurements of biogenic VOCs in the atmosphere, Atmos. Environ., 33, 855-867, 1999.
REMARKS
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UPDATED ON
7 Sep 2009 21:55