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Atmos. Meas. Tech., 9, 4783-4801, 2016
http://www.atmos-meas-tech.net/9/4783/2016/
doi:10.5194/amt-9-4783-2016
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Research article
27 Sep 2016
First characterization and validation of FORLI-HNO3 vertical profiles retrieved from IASI/Metop
Gaétane Ronsmans et al.
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Short summary
HNO3 concentrations are obtained from the IASI instrument and the data set is characterized for the first time in terms of vertical profiles, averaging kernels and error profiles. A validation is also conducted through a comparison with ground-based FTIR measurements, with good results. The data set is then used to analyse HNO3 spatial and temporal variability for the year 2011. The latitudinal gradient and the large seasonal variability in polar regions are well represented with IASI data.
HNO3 concentrations are obtained from the IASI instrument and the data set is characterized for...
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