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Ceilometer raw data measured at Neumayer station (2017-05), links to files

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz
The ceilometer is mounted on the roof of the station building, the height offset is not accounted for.

Ceilometer raw data measured at Neumayer station (2017-09), links to files

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz
The ceilometer is mounted on the roof of the station building, the height offset was set to 24m. This offset only affects the detected cloud levels, not the full backscatter profile.

Ceilometer raw data measured at Neumayer station (2018-01), links to files

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz
The ceilometer is mounted on the roof of the station building, the height offset was set to 24m until 2018-01-08 16:45 UTC and to 25m after 2018-01-08 16:45 UTC. This offset only affects the detected cloud levels, not the full backscatter profile.

Radiosonde raw data from Neumayer Station (2017-10), links to files

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz

Ozone measurements from Neumayer Station (2017-03)

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz
Ozone values are integrated from measured ozone profiles

Ozone measurements from Neumayer Station (2017-06)

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz
Ozone values are integrated from measured ozone profiles

Radiosonde measurements from Neumayer Station (2017-07)

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz
The meteorological observatory Neumayer typically launches one radiosonde per day around 12UTC. At least weekly the sonde has an ozone sensor attached. Sondes are released from the roof of the station building. The measurement interval of the raw data is typically 1s. Data is quality controlled: Erroneous data is removed (technical issues). Partial pressure ozone is manually validated for plausibility.

Basic and other measurements of radiation at Neumayer Station (2017-07)

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz

Radiosonde measurements from Neumayer Station (2017-08)

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz
The meteorological observatory Neumayer typically launches one radiosonde per day around 12UTC. At least weekly the sonde has an ozone sensor attached. Sondes are released from the roof of the station building. The measurement interval of the raw data is typically 1s. Data is quality controlled: Erroneous data is removed (technical issues). Partial pressure ozone is manually validated for plausibility.

Basic and other measurements of radiation at Neumayer Station (2017-08)

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz

Radiosonde measurements from Neumayer Station (2017-09)

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz
The meteorological observatory Neumayer typically launches one radiosonde per day around 12UTC. At least weekly the sonde has an ozone sensor attached. Sondes are released from the roof of the station building. The measurement interval of the raw data is typically 1s. Data is quality controlled: Erroneous data is removed (technical issues). Partial pressure ozone is manually validated for plausibility.

Ozone measurements from Neumayer Station (2017-10)

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz
Ozone values are integrated from measured ozone profiles

Ozone measurements from Neumayer Station (2017-11)

Holger Schmithüsen & Hauke Schulz
Ozone values are integrated from measured ozone profiles

Chloride and sulfate pore water analysis of sediment core GeoB19230-5

Markus Loher, Thomas Pape, Yann Marcon, Miriam Römer, Paul Wintersteller, Daniel Praeg, Marta E Torres, Heiko Sahling & Gerhard Bohrmann

Temperature measurements at T-Stick ROV station GeoB19202-2

Markus Loher, Thomas Pape, Yann Marcon, Miriam Römer, Paul Wintersteller, Daniel Praeg, Marta E Torres, Heiko Sahling & Gerhard Bohrmann

Temperature measurements at T-Stick ROV station GeoB19221-5

Markus Loher, Thomas Pape, Yann Marcon, Miriam Römer, Paul Wintersteller, Daniel Praeg, Marta E Torres, Heiko Sahling & Gerhard Bohrmann

Cone resistance, pore pressure, and vertical effective stress of CPT29b dredged area

Ehsan M Jorat, Tobias Mörz, Vicki G Moon, Stefan Kreiter & Willem P de Lange

Cone resistance and pore pressure of CPT23 undredged area

Ehsan M Jorat, Tobias Mörz, Vicki G Moon, Stefan Kreiter & Willem P de Lange
Depth = uncorrected depth

Temperature measurements at T-Stick ROV station GeoB19230-10

Markus Loher, Thomas Pape, Yann Marcon, Miriam Römer, Paul Wintersteller, Daniel Praeg, Marta E Torres, Heiko Sahling & Gerhard Bohrmann

Time series of ice nuclei concentration at Cape Verde, supplement to: Welti, André; Müller, Konrad; Fleming, Zoë L; Stratmann, Frank (2018): Concentration and variability of ice nuclei in the subtropical maritime boundary layer. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18(8), 5307-5320

André Welti, Konrad Müller, Zoë L Fleming & Frank Stratmann
Cumulative ice nuclei concentration as function of temperature determined using filter samples collected at the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory. Samples cover the year 2009-2013. Measurements cover the temperature range 0°C to -20°C.Additional concentration measurements obtained with the SPIN CFDC from an intense campaign in Jan.-Feb. 2016 at the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory complement the dataset at temperatures below -24°C.

Radiosonde measurements from station Tamanrasset (2018-01)

Sidi Baika & Saanoune Abdessadak
Start location: Tamanrasset; Distance from radiation site: 10 km

Ultra-violet measurements from station Toravere (2018-02)

Ain Kallis

CTD profile measurements along a cross-river transect in the Lena River Delta, Siberia. Transect H, August 9, 2017

Lasse Sander, Svenja Papenmeier & Rune Michaelis

Time series of ice nuclei concentration at Cape Verde (2009-2013)

André Welti, Konrad Müller, Zoë L Fleming & Frank Stratmann

CTD profile measurements along a cross-river transect in the Lena River Delta, Siberia. Transect C, August 9, 2017

Lasse Sander, Svenja Papenmeier & Rune Michaelis

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