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TEMIS UV index and UV dose operational data products, version 2

Jos Van Geffen, Michiel Van Weele, Marc Allaart & Ronald Van Der A
The TEMIS UV index and UV dose data are computed from the assimilated global ozone field at local solar noon, i.e. at the moment the Sun is highest in the sky, which in case of the UV dose is combined with the daily variation of the position of the Sun above the horizon. The UV data products are made for specific action spectra: erythemal UV index, erythemal UV dose, vitamin-D UV dose, dna-damage UV dose....

QA4ECV NO2 tropospheric and stratospheric column data from SCIAMACHY

K. Folkert Boersma, Henk Eskes, Andreas Richter, Isabelle De Smedt, Alba Lorente, Steffen Beirle, Jos Van Geffen, Enno Peters, Michel Van Roozendael & Thomas Wagner
The QA4ECV NO2 Essential Climate Variable precursor product contains harmonized vertical NO2 column data: tropospheric vertical column densities and stratospheric vertical column densities. The NO2 ECV precursor data in this dataset provides geophysical information for ground pixels observed by the Scanning Imaging Absorption Spectrometer for Atmospheric Cartography (SCIAMACHY, aboard the EnviSat satellite; overpass time: circa 10:00 hrs) for the period August 2002 to April 2012. In addition to the vertical NO2 columns, the product contains...

ERS-2 Antarctic daily sea ice extent and backscatter maps

Anton Verhoef, Maria Belmonte Rivas & Ad Stoffelen
The sea ice extent and normalized backscatter from the AMI scatterometer on ERS-2 result from the Bayesian discrimination of measured backscatter distances to prescribed ocean wind and sea ice geophysical model functions. The sea ice product contains the Bayesian sea ice probability and a proxy age of sea ice mapped onto 12.5 km polar stereographic grids. The sea ice extent is formed when the sea ice probability crosses a certain threshold, and the proxy age...

ERS-1 Antarctic daily sea ice extent and backscatter maps

Anton Verhoef, Maria Belmonte Rivas & Ad Stoffelen
The sea ice extent and normalized backscatter from the AMI scatterometer on ERS-1 result from the Bayesian discrimination of measured backscatter distances to prescribed ocean wind and sea ice geophysical model functions. The sea ice product contains the Bayesian sea ice probability and a proxy age of sea ice mapped onto 12.5 km polar stereographic grids. The sea ice extent is formed when the sea ice probability crosses a certain threshold, and the proxy age...

QA4ECV NO2 tropospheric and stratospheric column data from GOME

K. Folkert Boersma, Henk Eskes, Andreas Richter, Isabelle De Smedt, Alba Lorente, Steffen Beirle, Jos Van Geffen, Enno Peters, Michel Van Roozendael & Thomas Wagner
The QA4ECV NO2 Essential Climate Variable precursor product contains harmonized vertical NO2 column data: tropospheric vertical column densities and stratospheric vertical column densities. The NO2 ECV precursor data in this dataset provides geophysical information for ground pixels observed by the Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment (GOME, aboard the ERA-2 satellite; overpass time: circa 10:30 hrs) for the period July 1995 to June 2003. In addition to the vertical NO2 columns, the product contains intermediate results, such...

ASCAT-A Arctic daily sea ice extent and backscatter maps

Anton Verhoef, Maria Belmonte Rivas & Ad Stoffelen
The sea ice extent and normalized backscatter from the ASCAT scatterometer on Metop-A result from the Bayesian discrimination of measured backscatter distances to prescribed ocean wind and sea ice geophysical model functions. The sea ice product contains the Bayesian sea ice probability and a proxy age of sea ice mapped onto 12.5 km polar stereographic grids. The sea ice extent is formed when the sea ice probability crosses a certain threshold, and the proxy age...

QA4ECV NO2 tropospheric and stratospheric column data from OMI

K. Folkert Boersma, Henk Eskes, Andreas Richter, Isabelle De Smedt, Alba Lorente, Steffen Beirle, Jos Van Geffen, Enno Peters, Michel Van Roozendael & Thomas Wagner
The QA4ECV NO2 Essential Climate Variable precursor product contains harmonized vertical NO2 column data: tropospheric vertical column densities and stratospheric vertical column densities. The NO2 ECV precursor data in this dataset provides geophysical information for ground pixels observed by the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI, aboard the EOS-Aura satellite; overpass time: circa 13:40 hrs) for the period October 2004 onwards. In addition to the vertical NO2 columns, the product contains intermediate results, such as the result...

Oceansat-2 OSCAT Arctic daily sea ice extent and backscatter maps

Anton Verhoef, Maria Belmonte Rivas & Ad Stoffelen
The sea ice extent and normalized backscatter from the OSCAT scatterometer on Oceansat-2 result from the Bayesian discrimination of measured backscatter distances to prescribed ocean wind and sea ice geophysical model functions. The sea ice product contains the Bayesian sea ice probability and a proxy age of sea ice mapped onto 12.5 km polar stereographic grids. The sea ice extent is formed when the sea ice probability crosses a certain threshold, and the proxy age...

Caribbean Netherlands Seismic Network

KNMI
The Caribbean Netherlands Seismic Network NA is the national network of seismometers deployed by the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Network (KNMI) to monitor seismicity in the Caribbean Netherlands region. KNMI deployed the first seismic stations in this region in 2006 with seismometers (STS-2) installed at St. Maarten, St. Eustatius and Saba. Currently, the network comprises a total of 4 broad band seismometers at Saba, 4 at St. Eustatius and one on St. Maarten. Data is send...

Netherlands Seismic and Acoustic Network

KNMI
The Netherlands Seismic and Acoustic Network NL is the national network of sensors deployed by the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Network (KNMI) to monitor seismic and acoustic events. The history of the Netherlands Seismic and Acoustic Network dates back to the beginning of the 20th century, however the modern network started in 1993 with the installation of a Streckeisen STS-1 sensor in Heimansgroeve (station code HGN). Since then the network gradually extended and evolved into a...

QuikSCAT SeaWinds Arctic daily sea ice extent and backscatter maps

Anton Verhoef, Maria Belmonte Rivas & Ad Stoffelen
The sea ice extent and normalized backscatter from the SeaWinds scatterometer on QuikSCAT result from the Bayesian discrimination of measured backscatter distances to prescribed ocean wind and sea ice geophysical model functions. The sea ice product contains the Bayesian sea ice probability and a proxy age of sea ice mapped onto 12.5 km polar stereographic grids. The sea ice extent is formed when the sea ice probability crosses a certain threshold, and the proxy age...

Multi-Sensor Reanalysis (MSR) of total ozone, version 2

Ronald Van Der A, Marc Allaart & Henk Eskes
The ozone multi-sensor reanalysis (MSR) is a multi-decadal ozone column data record constructed using all available ozone column satellite data sets, surface Brewer and Dobson observations and a data assimilation technique with detailed error modelling. The result is a high-resolution time series of 6-hourly global ozone column fields and forecast error fields that may be used for ozone trend analyses as well as detailed case studies. The MSR-2 (MSR version 2) consists of an ozone...

SCIAMACHY surface reflectivity climatology

L.G. Tilstra, O.N.E. Tuinder, P. Wang & P. Stammes
The SCIAMACHY surface albedo database contains the Lambertian-equivalent reflectivity (LER) of the Earth's surface, derived from observations made by the SCIAMACHY satellite instrument, for each month of the year, for 34 wavelength bands ranging from 328 nm to 2314 nm. The spatial resolution of the database grid is 0.5 x 0.5 degrees but the real intrinsic spatial resolution is 1.0 x 1.0 degrees except near coastlines and for certain regions such as snow covered mountain...

QA4ECV NO2 tropospheric and stratospheric column data from GOME-2A

K. Folkert Boersma, Henk Eskes, Andreas Richter, Isabelle De Smedt, Alba Lorente, Steffen Beirle, Jos Van Geffen, Enno Peters, Michel Van Roozendael & Thomas Wagner
The QA4ECV NO2 Essential Climate Variable precursor product contains harmonized vertical NO2 column data: tropospheric vertical column densities and stratospheric vertical column densities. The NO2 ECV precursor data in this dataset provides geophysical information for ground pixels observed by the Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment-2 (GOME-2, aboard the MetOp-A satellite; overpass time: circa 09:30 hrs) for the period January 2007 onwards. In addition to the vertical NO2 columns, the product contains intermediate results, such as the...

QuikSCAT SeaWinds Antarctic daily sea ice extent and backscatter maps

Anton Verhoef, Maria Belmonte Rivas & Ad Stoffelen
The sea ice extent and normalized backscatter from the SeaWinds scatterometer on QuikSCAT result from the Bayesian discrimination of measured backscatter distances to prescribed ocean wind and sea ice geophysical model functions. The sea ice product contains the Bayesian sea ice probability and a proxy age of sea ice mapped onto 12.5 km polar stereographic grids. The sea ice extent is formed when the sea ice probability crosses a certain threshold, and the proxy age...

Stress equivalent NWP reference wind for scatterometer use

Ad Stoffelen, Jos. De Kloe & Anton Verhoef
This dataset provides surface wind vectors intended to be used as reference for scatterometer and radiometer wind measurements. The wind vectors are taken from the ERA Interim model and have been corrected in two ways. First a "neutral wind correction" is applied to account for atmospheric stratification. Second a "mass density wind correction" is applied to account for the relation between wind surface stress and wind speed. The bicorrected winds are called stress-equivalent winds and...

TEMIS UV index and UV dose MSR-2 data products, version 2

Jos Van Geffen, Michiel Van Weele, Marc Allaart & Ronald Van Der A
The TEMIS UV index and UV dose data are computed from the assimilated global ozone field at local solar noon, i.e. at the moment the Sun is highest in the sky, which in case of the UV dose is combined with the daily variation of the position of the Sun above the horizon. The UV data products are made for specific action spectra: erythemal UV index, erythemal UV dose, vitamin-D UV dose, dna-damage UV dose....

ERS-2 Arctic daily sea ice extent and backscatter maps

Anton Verhoef, Maria Belmonte Rivas & Ad Stoffelen
The sea ice extent and normalized backscatter from the AMI scatterometer on ERS-2 result from the Bayesian discrimination of measured backscatter distances to prescribed ocean wind and sea ice geophysical model functions. The sea ice product contains the Bayesian sea ice probability and a proxy age of sea ice mapped onto 12.5 km polar stereographic grids. The sea ice extent is formed when the sea ice probability crosses a certain threshold, and the proxy age...

Oceansat-2 OSCAT Antarctic daily sea ice extent and backscatter maps

Anton Verhoef, Maria Belmonte Rivas & Ad Stoffelen
The sea ice extent and normalized backscatter from the OSCAT scatterometer on Oceansat-2 result from the Bayesian discrimination of measured backscatter distances to prescribed ocean wind and sea ice geophysical model functions. The sea ice product contains the Bayesian sea ice probability and a proxy age of sea ice mapped onto 12.5 km polar stereographic grids. The sea ice extent is formed when the sea ice probability crosses a certain threshold, and the proxy age...

ASCAT-A Antarctic daily sea ice extent and backscatter maps

Anton Verhoef, Maria Belmonte Rivas & Ad Stoffelen
The sea ice extent and normalized backscatter from the ASCAT scatterometer on Metop-A result from the Bayesian discrimination of measured backscatter distances to prescribed ocean wind and sea ice geophysical model functions. The sea ice product contains the Bayesian sea ice probability and a proxy age of sea ice mapped onto 12.5 km polar stereographic grids. The sea ice extent is formed when the sea ice probability crosses a certain threshold, and the proxy age...

ERS-1 Arctic daily sea ice extent and backscatter maps

Anton Verhoef, Maria Belmonte Rivas & Ad Stoffelen
The sea ice extent and normalized backscatter from the AMI scatterometer on ERS-1 result from the Bayesian discrimination of measured backscatter distances to prescribed ocean wind and sea ice geophysical model functions. The sea ice product contains the Bayesian sea ice probability and a proxy age of sea ice mapped onto 12.5 km polar stereographic grids. The sea ice extent is formed when the sea ice probability crosses a certain threshold, and the proxy age...

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