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FIRE_ACE_UWCV580_UWA

FIRE_ACE_UWCV580_UWA

Project Title: 
FIRE III ACE
Level: 
L3
Platform: 
University of Washington CV-580
Instrument: 
Platinum resistance
Chilled mirror
Particle Measuring Systems
Electron nephelometer
Radiometer
Spatial Coverage: 

Fairbanks, Alaska and the surrounding Arctic Ocean

Spatial Resolution: 

100m

Temporal Coverage: 

05/19/1998 - 06/24/1998

Temporal Resolution: 

1 Hz

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DOI: 

10.5067/ASDC_DAAC/FIRE/0010
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UW Flight Track and NOAA-12 AVHRR Images on June 22, 1998

UW Flight Track and NOAA-12 AVHRR Images on June 7, 1998

UW Flight Track and NOAA-12 AVHRR Images on May 30, 1998

Hemispheric upward visible and near-infrared radiance
Particle concentrations
Particle surface area
Humidity
Pressure
Near-infrared and ultraviolet radiance
Total scattering coefficient
Condensation nuclei
Liquid water content
Dew point
Hemispheric downward visible
Backscatter coefficient
Effective particle radius
Turbulence
Temperature

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