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EARTHSCIENCE

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  • The Fourier-Adjusted, Sensor and Solar zenith angle corrected, Interpolated, Reconstructed (FASIR) adjusted Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) dataset was detected with the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) on-board the MetOp satellites. Derived biophysical parameter fields were generated to provide a 17-year satellite record of monthly changes in the photosynthetic activity of terrestrial vegetation. This dataset was produced and provided by Dr. Sietse Los from the Department of Geography, University of Wales at Swansea.

  • The Fourier-Adjusted, Sensor and Solar zenith angle corrected, Interpolated, Reconstructed (FASIR) adjusted Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) dataset was detected with the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) on-board the MetOp satellites. Derived biophysical parameter fields were generated to provide a 17-year satellite record of monthly changes in the photosynthetic activity of terrestrial vegetation. This dataset was produced and provided by Dr. Sietse Los from the Department of Geography, University of Wales at Swansea.

  • Chemistry of the Antarctic Boundary Layer and the Interface with Snow (CHABLIS) is a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and Antarctic Funding Initiative (AFI) funded project, aimed at studying the chemistry of the Antarctic Boundary Layer in greater detail, and for a longer duration, than has previously been attempted. Field measurements were carried out at the British Antarctic Survey station, Halley, at the Clean Air Sector Laboratory (CASLab). Year-round measurements began in February 2004, and a summer campaign focussing on oxidants ran during January/February 2005, after which CHABLIS fieldwork ended. The dataset meteorological measurements (relative humidity, visibility, temperature, wind speed, and wind direction) from a 4m mast situated near CASLab. Access to this dataset is now public.

  • Chemistry of the Antarctic Boundary Layer and the Interface with Snow (CHABLIS) is a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and Antarctic Funding Initiative (AFI) funded project, aimed at studying the chemistry of the Antarctic Boundary Layer in greater detail, and for a longer duration, than has previously been attempted. Field measurements were carried out at the British Antarctic Survey station, Halley, at the Clean Air Sector Laboratory (CASLab). Year-round measurements began in February 2004, and a summer campaign focussing on oxidants ran during January/February 2005, after which CHABLIS fieldwork ended. The dataset includes 2B-Technologies (Model 202) Surface ozone measurements at Halley CASLab. Access to this dataset is now public.

  • Chemistry of the Antarctic Boundary Layer and the Interface with Snow (CHABLIS) is a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and Antarctic Funding Initiative (AFI) funded project, aimed at studying the chemistry of the Antarctic Boundary Layer in greater detail, and for a longer duration, than has previously been attempted. Field measurements were carried out at the British Antarctic Survey station, Halley, at the Clean Air Sector Laboratory (CASLab). Year-round measurements began in February 2004, and a summer campaign focussing on oxidants ran during January/February 2005, after which CHABLIS fieldwork ended. The dataset contains NOx Chemiluminescence data. Access to this dataset is now public.

  • The aim of HITRAN (high-resolution transmission molecular absorption database) was to characterise the amount and wavelength-dependence of absorption by water vapour and other atmospheric species. It was part of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded Clouds, Water Vapour and Climate (CWVC) program. The dataset contains spectral line parameters derived from laboratory measurements on pure water vapour, and mixtures of water vapour and air. The measurements were made at STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Molecular Spectroscopy Facility, and the line fitting was carried out by the Department of Meteorology at the University of Reading. The spectral line parameters are displayed in HITRAN format. Water vapour lines were fitted to the laboratory data in the spectral range 5037 to 5585 cm-1. These data are public.

  • Level 2 processing consolidated and reprocesses data from July 2002 to March 2004 from the Michelson Interferometer for Passive Atmospheric Sounding (MIPAS) instrument on the ENVISAT satellite operated by the European Space Agency (ESA).

  • The gridded CRU TS (time-series) 3.10 data are month-by-month variations in climate over the period 1901-2009, on high-resolution (0.5x0.5 degree) grids, produced by the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia. CRU TS 3.10 includes variables such as cloud cover, diurnal temperature range, PET, daily mean temperature, monthly average daily minimun/maximum temperature, and vapour pressure for the period 1901-2009. Note that a corrected run of precipitation data, based on the v3.10 precipitation station data are available (e.g cru_ts_3_10_01.1901.2009.pre.dat). CRU provided the BADC with software to generate the CRU datasets in 2010, and this was used to produce CRU TS 3.10 at the BADC in early 2011. CRU TS 3.10 data were produced using the same methodology as for the 3.00 dataset. The main differences is that the 3.10 dataset extends from 1901-2009, and all of the data in this period can now be used. Slight differences may be noticed between the results for a given time/location between the 3.00 and 3.10 versions, due to additional data now being available. CRU have examined the 3.10 dataset in detail and are confident that such differences are not significant. The CRU TS 3.10 data are monthly gridded fields based on monthly observational data, which are calculated from daily or sub-daily data by National Meteorological Services and other external agents. The ASCII and netcdf data files both contain monthly mean values for the various parameters. All CRU TS output files are actual values - NOT anomalies. CRU TS data are available for download to all CEDA users.

  • The gridded CRU TS (time-series) 3.22 data are month-by-month variations in climate over the period 1901-2013, on high-resolution (0.5x0.5 degree) grids, produced by the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia. CRU TS 3.22 variables are cloud cover, diurnal temperature range, frost day frequency, PET, precipitation, daily mean temperature, monthly average daily maximum and minimum temperature, vapour pressure and wet day frequency for the period Jan. 1901 - Dec. 2013. CRU TS 3.22 data were produced using the same methodology as for the 3.21 datasets. In addition to updating the dataset with 2013 data, the v3.22 release corrects an error in the v3.21 dataset. This is summarised in the document, CRU_Advisory_v3.2x_NE_Africa.txt, and affects PRE and WET variables only. There are several known issues with the current dataset which cannot be resolved in the timeframe of this release; they will be addressed in the future. This directory also contains an advisory note regarding an issue with 35 Mozambique stations that were new. After an investigation by the CRU, the comparison plots show that the only countries affected in a possibly significant way are Egypt and Eritrea. The details of these can be found in this directory. The CRU TS 3.22 data are monthly gridded fields based on monthly observational data, which are calculated from daily or sub-daily data by National Meteorological Services and other external agents. The ASCII and netcdf data files both contain monthly mean values for the various parameters. All CRU TS output files are actual values - NOT anomalies. CRU TS data are available for download to all CEDA users. The CEDA Web Processing Service (WPS) may be used to extract a subset of the data (please see link to WPS below).

  • The gridded CRU TS (time-series) 3.00 data are month-by-month variations in climate over the period 1901-2006, on high-resolution (0.5x0.5 degree) grids, produced by the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia. The CRU TS 3.00 variables include cloud cover, diurnal temperature range, frost day frequency, precipitation, daily mean temperature, monthly average daily maximum/min temperature, vapour pressure and wet day frequency. The BADC holds the preliminary CRU TS3.00 datasets for the period 1901-2006. Note that these data are yearly files REGARDLESS of whether the data exists for the full year. In CRU TS3.00, the data up to 06/2006 *ONLY* has been used. The CRU TS 3.00 data are monthly gridded fields based on monthly observational data, which are calculated from daily or sub-daily data by National Meteorological Services and other external agents. The ASCII and netcdf data files both contain monthly mean values for the various parameters. All CRU TS output files are actual values - NOT anomalies. CRU TS data are available for download to all CEDA users.