Ozone Concentration from the MAP/WINE Experiment at Volgograd, USSR and Heiss Island (Arctic Ocean)Entry ID: MAPDA-OC12
Abstract: This data set contains profiles of ozone concentration obtained using
rocket-based techniques recorded at Volgograd, Europe and Heiss Island (Arctic
Ocean) carried out under the MAP/WINE Project. The techniques used were:
+ chemiluminescent techniques mounted at the parachuting payloads launched at
the Heiss Island station. Five profiles were obtained for heights within 4-46
km, height ... resolution 2 km.
+ optical absorption techniques mounted at the parachuting payloads launched at
Volgograd station. Three profiles were obtained for heights within 18-54 km,
height resolution 2 km.
+ electrochemical balloon ozonemeter launched at Volgograd station. Four
profiles were obtained for heights within 4-32 km, height resolution 2 km.
The MAP/WINE (Middle Atmosphere Program/Winter in Northern Europe) was one of
the MAP projects scheduled for Fall-Winter 1983-1984. The aim was to coordinate
observational studies of the high-latitude European middle atmosphere in
winter, leading to an improved understanding of the winter variability
structure, motions, and composition.
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Start Date: 1983-12-10Stop Date: 1984-02-27
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Role: DIF AUTHOR
Email: Scott.A.Ritz at nasa.gov
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Province or State: Maryland
Postal Code: 20771
Creation and Review Dates
Last DIF Revision Date: 1994-06-27