Edited By: P Borrell, PM Borrell, JP Burrows and U Platt
446 pages, 202 col and b/w illus
Describes how to develop and validate methods for determining tropospheric trace constituents from satellite data, to encourage the use of these data by atmospheric chemists, and to explore the undoubted synergism which will develop between satellite and ground-based measurements, and will eventually give rise to a permanent observation system for the troposphere.
TROPOSAT: the Project and the Scientific Highlights.- An Overview of the Scientific Activities and Achievements.- Development of Algorithms.- Use of Satellite Data to Understand Atmospheric Processes.- Synergistic Use of Different Instrumentation and Platforms for Tropospheric Measurements.- Validation and Data Assimilation for Tropospheric Satellite Data Products.
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