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Atmos. Meas. Tech., 10, 1511-1518, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-10-1511-2017
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21 Apr 2017
Merged ozone profiles from four MIPAS processors
Alexandra Laeng et al.

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A MIPAS instrument was flown in 2002–2012 on the Envisat satellite and measured atmospheric composition. There exist four processors retrieving atmospheric profiles from MIPAS spectra. We performed a mathematically clean merging of 2007–2008 datasets of ozone from these four processors. The merged product was compared with ozone datasets from ACE-FTS and MLS instruments. The advantages and the shortcomings of this merged product are discussed.
A MIPAS instrument was flown in 2002–2012 on the Envisat satellite and measured atmospheric...
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