ARM Multi-year/Multi-site MFRSR Aerosol Optical Depth Assessment
|Annette Koontz||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory|
|Donna Flynn||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory|
|Gary Hodges||NOAA/ESRL/GMD & CU-Boulder/CIRES|
|Jaime Barnard||University of Nevada Reno|
|Evgueni Kassianov||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory|
|Connor Flynn||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory|
ARM has operated multi-filter rotating shadowband radiometers (MFRSR), normal-incidence multi-filter radiometers (NIMFR), and Aerosol Robotic Nework (AERONET) Cimel sunphotometers at facilities in the Southern Great Plains (SGP), Tropical Western Pacific (TWP), and the North Slope of Alaska (NSA). End-to-end reprocessing efforts have been completed recently for more than ten years of MFRSR and NIMFR data at each of these climate regimes. We present quality-assessed aerosol optical depth (AOD) time-series with particular emphasis on those sites with co-located measurements including SGP, TWP, NSA, and ARM Mobile Facility deployments.
This poster will be displayed at ARM Science Team Meeting.