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Measurements, Methods, and Contacts

Species Method Frequency Precision Accuracy Contact (See note 1 below for link with email addresses.)
CO NDIR (TEI-48C-TL modified with zeroing and flow control) 1/4 min (2-min avg) 9 ppbv (2-min avg); 3 ppbv (30-min avg) specify Chris Owen, Michigan Tech
Ozone UV absorbance (TEI-49) 1/min (1-min avg)     Richard Honrath, Chris Owen, Michigan Tech
NO ozone chemiluminescence x x x Maria Val Martin, Michigan Tech
aerosol absorption coefficients (total, black carbon and dust); aerosol absorption exponents Multi-wavelength aethalometer (370, 450, 520, 590, 660, 880 and 950 nm)       Paulo Fialho, University of the Azores
NMHCs(2) GC/FID/PID       Detlev Helmig, University of Colorado
JNO2(3) filter radiometer (Metcon) 1/min (1-min avg)     Richard Honrath, Michigan Tech
Met array(4) details       Jan Kleissl, Michigan Tech
Seismic         ?, University of the Azores
Notes:

1
For contact details, see contacts.
2
C3-C7 non-methane hydrocarbons.
3
The downwelling component of JNO2 only.
4
During summer 2004, multiple temperature, humidity, and wind measurements are being made along the slope of Pico mountain to characterize flow around and up/down the mountain.


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Richard E. Honrath
2005-05-26