MIRAI MR11-05 Leg2 fluorescent particle data

Last Modified: 2014-02-28
: MR11-05 Leg2
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WIBS4 (Waveband Integrated Bioaerosol Sensor) is a single-particle fluorescence sensor measuring the size and fluorescence information. Hourly data of detected and fluorescent particles are provided. Fluorescent particles in this analysis mean particles emit the fluorescence in the three bands (310-400nm and 420 - 650nm excited by 280nm and 420nm-650nm excited by 370nm) in the same time. To avoid ship plume, relative wind-detraction data are employed.

For Using Data

Fumikazu TAKETANI (Research Institute for Global Change (RIGC)
, Environmental Biogeochemical Cycle Research Program (EBCRP)
, Atmospheric Composition Research Team)
Since data analysis of fluorescence information in the particles is still undeveloped, further improvement in data quality is anticipated. It is recommended to contact the above investigator before use for publication.
Since data analysis of fluorescence information in the particles is still undeveloped, further improvement in data quality is anticipated. It is recommended to contact the above investigator before use for publication.
Instrument:
WIBS4(Waveband Integrated Bioaerosol Sensor)
Instrument Information:
The single-particle fluorescence sensor utilizes a continuous-wave 635 nm diode laser for the detection of particles and the determination of particle size. The scattering light signal derived from a single particle upon crossing the 635 nm-CW laser triggers two pulsed xenon UV lights (280 nm and 370 nm) for the excitation of compounds contained in the pertinent single particle. The fluorescence signals emitted from the particle are then detected by two PMTs, separately for the 310‒400 nm and 420‒650 nm wavelength windows.
Text format. See the header of the data files for more details.
: MR11-05 Leg2
: Processed (PI)
: JAMSTEC
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Observation Map

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Data List

  File names
FL_particles_mr1105_dscd.txt

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Update History

2014-02-28
An observation data was registerd.