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Reprocessed MPL data sets

Israel Silber, Johannes Verlinde, Edwin Eloranta, Connor Flynn & Donna Flynn
This dataset contains reprocessed micropulse lidar (MPL) data (equivalent to the ARM cloud mask VAP's lidar fields) which were carefully corrected for each site. These reprocessed data were used in Silber et al. (JGR, 2018). The data extend up to a height of 15 km and have vertical and temporal resolutions of 15 m and 30 s, respectively.

ACE-ENA IOP1 and IOP2 G-1 HR-ToF-AMS

John Shilling
Measurements from the Aerodyne HR-ToF-AMS onboard the G-1 research aircraft from the ACE-ENA campaign, IOP1 and 2.

ARM AAF G1 Video files for ACE-ENA

Alyssa Matthews
Forward and Nadir (downward) facing video recording during the ACE-ENA research flights aboard the ARM Aerial Facility G-1 from June to July in 2017. The video is recorded at 1 fps. It can be viewed in QuickTime. The camera time is synched daily with the aircraft NTP server.

AIMMS 20 Hz ACE-ENA

Alyssa Matthews, Fan Mei & John Hubbe
The AIMMS-20 probe is manufactured by Aventech Research Inc. (http://www.aventech.com) and measures platform position, velocity, attitude, and ambient temperature, static pressure, and the differential pressures from a 5-port hemispheric gust probe, and combines all these measured data into a calculation of the ambient winds. A detailed description of the AIMMS-20 specifications is available on (http://aventech.com/documents/PMS%20CANISTER/PMS%20Canister%20Technical%20Specifications.pdf). The data provided here are originally communicated as raw measurements over the CAN bus to the ODMS data module and...

Radiometer for ACE-ENA

Chuck Long, Alyssa Matthews, Fan Mei & John Hubbe
The broadband SPN total, zenith1, and zenith2 downwelling SW irradiances were corrected for tilt up to 10 degrees of tilt (per Long et al., 2010). For tilt greater than 10 degrees these values are set to ""bad"". No tilt correction has been applied to the MFR spectral data.

WCM water content for ACE-ENA

Alyssa Matthews & Fan Mei
The WCM-2000, manufactured by Science Engineering Associates (SEA), is a multi-element water content measuring system that measures both liquid water content (LWC) and total water content (TWC), allowing the inference of ice water content (IWC). The TWC is measured by a scoop-shaped sensor that collects both liquid and ice phase hydrometeors. The WCM-2000 also has two heated wire elements that are exposed directly to the airstream and a reference or compensation element that is exposed...

Calibrated Radar Wind Profiler Precipitation Observations and Vertical Velocity Retrievals

Scott Giangrande
A radar wind profiler (RWP) data set collected during the 2-year Department of Energy Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Observations and Modeling of the Green Ocean Amazon (GoAmazon2014/5) campaign is used to estimate vertical velocity, designate bulk meteorological echo classification (e.g., convective, stratiform), and provide calibrated radar reflectivity factor Z measurements (calibrated against collocated ground disdrometer and raingauge observations from T3). Additional fields include surface precipitation from rain gauge and ARM InterpolatedSonde streams utilized in the...

Merged RWP-WACR-ARSCL Cloud Mask and Cloud Type

Zhe Feng & Scott Giangrande
The Merged RWP-WACR-ARSCL Cloud Mask and Cloud Type PI Data Product combines the RWP calibrated radar reflectivity data with the WACR-ARSCL dataset to improve cloud mask in precipitating clouds and to provide cloud-type profile classification. WACR-ARSCL cloud profiles during substantial precipitation period where severe attenuation affects accuracy of WACR cloud-top detections were replaced with RWP profiles. The merged RWP-WACR-ARSCL cloud mask is then used to produce cloud-type profile classification. The cloud-type classification includes a total...

Carbon monoxide concentration (CO), BBOP

Stephen Springston
Data were collected to characterize the emissions of biomass burns and the evolution of aerosols down wind of these events. Data includes preflight, flight and some post flight data of processed data. All calibrations and zeros have been removed. Best available calibration factors have been applied. Zero baselines have been subtracted.

Oxides of Nitrogen - Airborne , BBOP

Stephen Springston
Data were collected to characterize the emissions of biomass burns and the evolution of aerosols down wind of these events. Data includes preflight, flight and some post flight data of processed data. All calibrations and zeros have been removed. Best available calibration factors have been applied. Zero baselines have been subtracted.

Single Particle Soot Photometer (SP2) BBOP

Arthur Sedlacek
The SP2 provides information on the amounts of rBC (refractory black carbon) and of other, non-refractory substances associated with individual rBC containing particles by simultaneously measuring the scattering and incandescence signals of such particles that are directed through the cavity of a 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser. rBC concentration is reported at STP conditions Time resolution: 10 sec Uncertainty: ~ 25% SP2 unit used: 24 Calibration: Fullerene soot with variable mobility density. No correction for OC...

ARM Data Download Web service

Ranjeet Devarakonda
ARM Data Download Web service

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Soot Particle Aerosol Mass Spectrometer (SP-AMS) BBOP

Timothy Onasch
We collected rapid (1 second time response) measurements of aerosol chemical composition (ug/m3) of biomass burning plumes (including wild fires and controlled agricultural burns) sampled on the DOE G1 aircraft during the 2013 Biomass Burning Observation Project (BBOP) using the Soot Particle Aerosol Mass Spectrometer (SP-AMS) developed and deployed by Aerodyne Research, Inc.

Nephelometer PSAP, BBOP

Duli Chand & Beat Schmid
This field campaign will address multiple uncertainties in aerosol intensive properties, which are poorly represented in climate models, by means of aircraft measurements in biomass burning plumes. Key topics to be investigated are: Aerosol mixing state and morphology Mass absorption coefficients (MACs) Chemical composition of non-refractory material associated with light-absorbing carbon (LAC) Production rate of secondary organic aerosol (SOA) Microphysical processes relevant to determining aerosol size distributions and single scattering albedo (SSA) CCN activity.

Transmission electron microscope (TEM), BBOP

Peter Buseck
These transmission electron microscopy (TEM) images indicate representative particle shapes and mixing states collected during the BBOP campaign. Aerosol particles were collected onto lacey-carbon substrates.

Photothermal Interferometer (PTI) BBOP

Arthur Sadlacek
Aerosol Light Absorption at 532 nm using Photothermal Interferometry Time resolution: 10 sec Data normalized to STP Location: Memphis (TN) or Pasco (WA) Calibration: NO2 DateTime_PTI: UTC Absorption coefficient (PTI): Mm-1 Comments or requests are to be directed to Art Sedlacek (sedlacek@bnl.gov)

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aafsp2rbc1m.c1

Annette Koontz & Art Sedlacek
AAF SP2 rbc merged with aafnaviwg.c1 to generate aafsp2rbc1m.c1

GoAmazon2014/5 Rain Rates from the SIPAM Manaus S-band Radar

Courtney Schumacher & Aaron Funk
Two years of volumetric radar observations acquired during the GoAmazon2014/5 field campaign by the SIPAM S-band radar in Manaus, Brazil were used to create rain rate estimates from radar reflectivity by Texas A&M University. Estimates of rain rates were generated using radar reflectivity data from the 2.5 km level and a Z-R relationship of Z=174.8*R^1.56.

GoAmazon2014/5 Three-dimensional Gridded S-band Reflectivity and Radial Velocity from the SIPAM Manaus S-band Radar

Courtney Schumacher & Aaron Funk
Two years of volumetric radar observations acquired during the GoAmazon2014/5 field campaign by the SIPAM S-band radar in Manaus, Brazil have been quality controlled and interpolated to a fixed three-dimensional grid by Texas A&M University. The horizontal grid resolution is 2 km and the horizontal grid size is 482 km2. The vertical grid extends from 0.5 km to 20.0 km at intervals of 0.5 km. Volume scans are spaced at 12-minute intervals.

Clouds Optically Gridded by Stereo COGS product

Rusen Oktem & David Romps
COGS product is a 4D grid of cloudiness covering a 6 km × 6 km × 6 km cube centered at the central facility of SGP site at a spatial resolution of 50 meters and a temporal resolution of 20 seconds. The dimensions are X, Y, Z, and time, where X,Y, Z, correspond to east-west, north-south, and altitude of the grid point, respectively. COGS takes on values 0, 1, and -1 denoting "cloud", "no cloud", and...

Pre-processed gamma radiation measurements at ENA (Graciosa Island, Azores)

Susana Barbosa
Pre-processed data from the gamma radiation monitoring campaign at the ENA-ARM facility (Graciosa, Azores): gamma ray total counts and temperature near the gamma sensor.

CPC_ACEENA

Mei Fan & Mikhail Pekour
The condensation particle counter (CPC 3772 or 3010, TSI) measures the number concentration of aerosols from 10 nm to 3 microns. On the G1, it was operated using an external pump and maintained at 1 LPM using a critical orifice. CPC_CVI was installed after CVI inlet, and CVI inlet was operated between two modes: under-kinetic mode and CVI mode. CPC_Isok (3772) and CPC3025 were installed after iso-kinetic inlet and CPC_TD was after the thermal denuder...

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