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Atmos. Meas. Tech., 10, 1093-1110, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-10-1093-2017
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16 Mar 2017
Tropospheric dry layers in the tropical western Pacific: comparisons of GPS radio occultation with multiple data sets
Therese Rieckh et al.

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We use GPS radio occultation (RO) data to investigate the structure and temporal behavior of extremely dry, high-ozone tropospheric air in the tropical western Pacific and compare them to various data sets (research aircraft, radiosonde, infrared sounder, and model reanalyses). All these data sets have limitations. We show that the RO data contribute significant information on the water vapor content. Our results also verify the quality of the reanalyses.
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