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Atmos. Meas. Tech., 10, 4521-4536, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-10-4521-2017
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Research article
22 Nov 2017
Quality assessment of integrated water vapour measurements at the St. Petersburg site, Russia: FTIR vs. MW and GPS techniques
Yana A. Virolainen et al.
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Short summary
Water vapour is one of the most important gases in the Earth’s atmosphere and plays a unique role in climate and weather forming. Cross-comparison of different systems for monitoring the atmospheric integrated water vapour (IWV) measurements is an essential part of their testing and validation protocol. We compare coincident measurements of IWV by different techniques over Saint Petersburg (Russia), assess their quality in various atmospheric conditions, and give recommendation for data users.
Water vapour is one of the most important gases in the Earth’s atmosphere and plays a unique...
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