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Concentration of atmospheric ozone: 2011 Northwestern Pacific Oceans Transect

Measuring atmospheric ozone in the marine boundary layer was monitored from August 21 to september 3 by the Thermo 49i O3 analyzer along the cruise track of R/V Araon from Nome, Alaska to Incheon, carrying out a series of expeditions in the Northwestern Pacific Oceans. The air inlet to the instrument wa located at 29 m asl and the O3 was measured at 0.017 Hz. Tropospheric ozone (O3) is a strong greenhouse gas and it has been significantly increasing during the last century. Moreover it is an important air pollutant which adversely influence to the human health and ecosystems. Therefore our continuous shipborne measurement will help understand global radiative forcing and anthropogenic influences in the atmosphere.

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Entry ID
KOPRI-KPDC-00000427
KPDC_CAO_ARCTIC_2011_03 (Old ID)
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/doi:10.22663/KOPRI-KPDC-00000427.1
Science Keyword
EARTH SCIENCE > Atmosphere > Air Quality > Tropospheric Ozone
EARTH SCIENCE > Atmosphere > Atmospheric Chemistry > Oxygen Compounds > Ozone
ISO Topic
CLIMATOLOGY/METEOROLOGY/ATMOSPHERE
Platform
ARAON (Icebreaker Research Vessel, KOPRI)
Instrument
O3 analyzer(Thermo 49i O3 analyzer)
Personnel
Tae Siek Rhee (rhee@kopri.re.kr)
Project
PM11080, Korea Polar Ocean in Rapid Transition. PI.Sung-Ho Kang
Research period
2011-08-21 - 2011-09-03
Create/Update Date
2013-08-26 00:00:00 UTC
Location
Continent > North America > United States Of America > Alaska
Dataset
Concentration of atmospheric ozone: 2011 Northwestern Pacific Oceans Transect Korea Polar Ocean in Rapid Transition Tae Siek Rhee
Citation
The data(KOPRI-KPDC-00000427) used in this work was provided by the Korea Polar Research Institute.

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