nav: Navigational Location and Attitude

On sea-based mobile ARM deployments, several instruments depend on the ship’s current position and “attitude”. The NAV system reads the ship’s current position (latitude and longitude) as well as its “attitude” (roll, pitch, and yaw angles). This data is collected for both near-real-time and post-deployment processing of instrument data.

Measurements

Locations

  • Fixed
  • AMF1
  • AMF2
  • AMF3

Related Publications

2017

McGibbon J and CS Bretherton. 2017. "Skill of ship-following large-eddy simulations in reproducing MAGIC observations across the northeast Pacific stratocumulus to cumulus transition region." Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 9(2), 10.1002/2017MS000924.

2016

Lewis ER. 2016. Marine ARM GPCI Investigation of Clouds (MAGIC) Field Campaign Report. Ed. by Robert Stafford, DOE ARM Climate Research Facility. DOE/SC-ARM-16-057.

Fridlind AM, R Atlas, B van Diedenhoven, J Um, GM McFarquhar, AS Ackerman, EJ Moyer, and RP Lawson. 2016. "Derivation of physical and optical properties of mid-latitude cirrus ice crystals for a size-resolved cloud microphysics model." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 16(11), 10.5194/acp-16-7251-2016.
Research Highlight

2001

Chowdhary J, B Cairns, MI Mishchenko, and LD Travis. 2001. "Retrieval of Aerosol Properties over the Ocean Using Multispectral and Multiangle Photopolarimetric Measurements from the Research Scanning Polarimeter." Geophysical Research Letters, 28(2), 10.1029/2000gl011783.


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