MIRAI MR11-02 MAX-DOAS data

Last Modified: 2013-03-31
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MAX-DOAS (Multi-AXis Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy) is a technique measuring UV/Visible hyperspectra of scattered sunlight at several different elevation angles. The raw spectra are analyzed based on the DOAS method to derive the differential slant column density (DSCD) of the oxygen collision complex (O2-O2 or O4) and NO2, using QDOAS software (http://uv-vis.aeronomie.be/software/QDOAS/).

For Using Data

Hisahiro TAKASHIMA (Research Institute for Global Change (RIGC), Environmental Biogeochemical Cycle Research Program (EBCRP), Atmospheric Composition Research Team)
Since MAX-DOAS is a remote sensing technique, further improvement in data quality is anticipated. It is recommended to contact the above investigator before use for publication.
Since MAX-DOAS is a remote sensing technique, further improvement in data quality is anticipated. It is recommended to contact the above investigator before use for publication.
Instrument:
MAX-DOAS (Multi-AXis Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy)
Instrument Information:
Daytime data only. The measured spectra were selected with a criterion for the elevation angle to be within ±0.2°of the target elevation angle and averaged every 1 minute.
Text format. See the header of the data files for more details.
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  File names
max_mr11-02_dscd.dat

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2013-03-31
An observation data was registerd.