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Atmos. Meas. Tech., 9, 4471-4485, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-9-4471-2016
© Author(s) 2016. This work is distributed under
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Research article
09 Sep 2016
Intercomparison of stratospheric nitrogen dioxide columns retrieved from ground-based DOAS and FTIR and satellite DOAS instruments over the subtropical Izana station
Cristina Robles-Gonzalez et al.

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EOS Aura OMI OMNO2 (Collection 3) Aura Validation Center http://avdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.php?site= 666843934&id=13 FTIR Izaña Total Clolumn T. Blumenstock ftp://ftp. cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/ndacc/station/izana/ames/ftir/ UV/VIS Izaña Total Column M. Gil ftp://ftp.cpc. ncep.noaa.gov/ndacc/station/izana/ames/uvvis/ Stratospheric NO2 data A. Richter http://www.iup. uni-bremen.de/doas/scia_no2_data_acve.htm
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The comparison of observations performed by different techniques and satellite instruments is important. An intercomparison of the stratospheric NO2 derived from ground-based and satellite instruments has been carried out over the Izaña subtropical site. The importance of the use of the effective solar zenith angle when comparing noon measurements with twilight measurements of photochemically active species is highlighted. All instruments show positive trends in NO2 stratospheric column.
The comparison of observations performed by different techniques and satellite instruments is...
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