Combined characterisation of GOME and TOMS total ozone measurements from space using ground-based observations from the NDSC
Lambert, J.-C.; Van Roozendael, M.; Simon, P.C.; Pommereau, J.-P.; Goutail, F.; Gleason, J.F.; Andersen, S.B.; Arlander, D.W.; Bui Van, N.A.; Claude, H.; de La Noë, J.; De Mazière, M.; Dorokhov, V.; Eriksen, P.; Green, A.; Karlsen Tørnkvist, K.; Kåstad Høiskar, B.A.; Kyrö, E.; Leveau, J.; Merienne, M.-F.; Milinevsky, G.; Roscoe, H.K.; Sarkissian, A.; Shanklin, J.D.; Stähelin, J.; Wahlstrøm Tellefsen, C.; Vaughan, G.. 2000 Combined characterisation of GOME and TOMS total ozone measurements from space using ground-based observations from the NDSC. Advances in Space Research, 26 (12). 1931-1940. 10.1016/S0273-1177(00)00178-2Full text not available from this repository.
Several years of total ozone measured from space by the ERS-2 GOME, the Earth Probe TOMS, and the ADEOS TOMS, are compared with high-quality ground-based observations associated with the Network for the Detection of Stratospheric Change (NDSC), over an extended latitude range and a variety of geophysical conditions. The comparisons with each spaceborne sensor are combined altogether for investigating their respective solar zenith angle (SZA) dependence, dispersion, and difference of sensitivity. The space- and ground-based data are found to agree within a few percent on average. However, the analysis highlights for both GOME and TOMS several sources of discrepancies: (i) a SZA dependence with TOMS beyond 80° SZA; (ii) a seasonal SZA dependence with GOME beyond 70° SZA; (iii) a difference of sensitivity with GOME at high latitudes; (iv) a difference of sensitivity to low ozone values between satellite and SAOZ sensors around the southern tropics; (v) a north/south difference of TOMS with the ground-based observations; and (vi) internal inconsistencies in GOME total ozone
|Programmes:||BAS Programmes > Pre 2000 programme|
|Date made live:||28 Nov 2012 11:37|
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