UV/Visible Spectrometer

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Passive ultraviolet and visible (UV/Vis) spectroscopy using scattered sunlight as a source has been progressively developed since the late seventies as a powerful remote-sensing technique for the unattended long-term monitoring of stratospheric and tropospheric trace gases. One main advantage of UV/Vis spectroscopy is to allow automated daily measurements of atmospheric gases even under moderate cloud cover. This technique has been widely used in atmospheric chemistry and validated through a number of intercomparison exercises as well as through various contributions to the validation of atmospheric chemistry satellite missions like ERS-2 GOME, TOMS, ENVISAT, OMI and METOP GOME-2. NDACC UV/Vis instruments include both DOAS and SAOZ.

Locations

Ciater/Bandung, Indonesia (6.4S, 107.4E)

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Kiso, Japan (35.8N, 137.6E)

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Macquarie Island, Australia (54.50S, 158.95E)

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McMurdo Station, Antarctica (77.85S, 166.63E)

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Moshiri, Japan (44.4N, 142.3E)

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Syowa Base, Antarctica (69.01S, 39.59E)

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Tarawa, Kiribati (1.36N, 172.92E)

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Rikubetsu, Japan (43.46N, 143.77E)

Model: Bruker 120M Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Arrival Heights, Antarctica (77.83S, 166.67E)

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Eureka, Canada (80.05N, 86.42W)

Model: DOAS Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Kiruna, Sweden (67.84N, 20.41E)

Model: DOAS Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Lauder, New Zealand (45.04S, 169.68W)

Model: DOAS Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Mauna Loa, HI, United States (19.54N, 155.58W)

Model: DOAS Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Neumayer Station, Antarctica (70.62S, 8.37E)

Model: DOAS Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Belgrano II Station, Antarctica (77.87S, 34.62W)

Model: MAXDOAS Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan (42.6N, 77.0E)

Model: MDR-23 Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Zvenigorod, Russian Federation (55.7N, 36.8E)

Model: MDR-23 Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Aberdeen, United Kingdom (57.15N, 2.15W)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Aberystwyth, United Kingdom (52.4N, 4.1W)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Bauru, Brazil (22.3S, 49.0W)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Concordia Dome C, Antarctica (75.10S, 123.35E)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Dumont d’Urville, Antarctica (66.67S, 140.00E)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Faraday, Antarctica (65.25S, 64.27W)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Kerguelen Island, France (49.3S, 70.3E)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Lerwick, United Kingdom (60.13N, 1.1W)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Ny Ålesund, Norway (78.92N, 11.93E)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Observatoire de Haute Provence, France (43.94N, 5.71E)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Reunion Island, St. Denis, France (20.9S, 55.5E)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Rio Gallegos, Argentina (51.60S, 69.32W)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Rothera, Antarctica (67.57S, 68.13W)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Salekhard, Russian Federation (66.5N, 66.7E)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Scoresbysund, Greenland (70.48N, 21.97W)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Sodankylä, Finland (67.37N, 26.65E)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Thule, Greenland (76.53N, 68.74W)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Zhigansk, Russian Federation (66.8N, 123.4E)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species
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Izaña, Tenerife, Spain (28.30N, 16.48W)

Model: Bruker 120M/125HR Parameter: Column - multiple species, Profile - multiple species
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Harestua, Norway (60.2N, 10.8E)

Model: DOAS Parameter: Column - multiple species, Profile - multiple species
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Marambio, Antarctica (64.23S, 56.63W)

Model: MAXDOAS Parameter: Column - multiple species, Profile - multiple species
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Jungfraujoch, Switzerland (46.55N, 7.98E)

Model: SAOZ Parameter: Column - multiple species, Profile - multiple species
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Ushuaia, Argentina (54.82S, 68.32W)

Model: DOAS Parameter: Profile - multiple species
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