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Column averaged dry mole fractions of carbon dioxide in Alice Springs, Australia

University of Wollongong
David Griffith (Principal investigator) Nicholas Deutscher (Principal investigator) Voltaire Velazco (Principal investigator)
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When the data are used in scientific presentations or publications outside the user's institution, special rules apply to ensure proper attribution and acknowledgment and avoid misinterpretation of the said data:
Before a presentation or submission of a publication involving this data, the authors need to contact the chief investigator with enough lead time for comments.
Depending on the impact of the data on the respective study, the PI will determine the form of proper attribution and acknowledgment.
The chief investigator will report his decision to the authors within 4 weeks.

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Remote sensing measurements of column averaged dry mole fractions (DMF) of carbon dioxide (CO2), taken in Alice Springs, Australia. The measurements were taken using a portable spectrometer (Bruker model EM27/SUN, Gisi et al. , 2012). The column abundances were retrieved from solar absorption spectra using the retrieval software GGG2014 (Wunch et al., 2015).

References: Gisi, M., Hase, F., Dohe, S., Blumenstock, T., Simon, A., and Keens, A.: XCO2-measurements with a tabletop FTS using solar absorption spectroscopy, Atmos. Meas. Tech., 5, 2969–2980, doi:10.5194/amt-5-2969-2012, 2012. Wunch, D.; Toon, G.C.; Sherlock, V.; Deutscher, N.M.; Liu, C.; Feist, D.G.;Wennberg, P.O. The Total Carbon Column Observing Network’s GGG2014 Data Version; Technical Report; Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Oak Ridge, TN, USA, 2015.

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Additional Investigators:

Isamu Morino, Osamu Uchino, Nicholas B. Jones, Graham Kettlewell, Martin Riggenbach

Submitted: 13 06 2018

Data time period: 20160927 to 20161006

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