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INTEX-A Data and Information

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INTEX-A Data and Information

Intercontinental Chemical Transport Experiment - North America Phase A (INTEX-A) is an integrated atmospheric field experiment performed over North America. It seeks to understand the transport and transformation of gases and aerosols on transcontinental/intercontinental scales and their impact on air quality and climate. A particular focus in this study is to quantify and characterize the inflow and outflow of pollution over North America. The main constituents of interest are ozone and precursors, aerosols and precursors, and the long-lived greenhouse gases.

Products Platform Temporal Coverage
INTEX-A Airmaps AIRMAP

07/05/2004

INTEX-A Proteus NASA Proteus

07/19/2004 - 07/26/2004

INTEX-A J-31 Aircraft SKY Research Bae J-31

07/10/2004 - 08/08/2004

INTEX-A Data Merges For The DC-8 NASA DC-8

06/26/2004 - 08/14/2004

INTEX-A DC-8 Aircraft NASA DC-8

06/26/2004 - 08/14/2004

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INTEX-A Modeled Data Model

06/26/2004 - 08/14/2004

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INTEX-A Ozonesondes See Launch Period & Stations tab

7/01/2004 - 8/13/2004

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INTEX-A Air mass trajectories intersecting DC-8 flight path Trajectories

07/01/2004 - 08/14/2004

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INTEX-A Satellites Terra, Envisat, GOES-10, GOES-12, METEOSAT-7

6/30/2004 - 8/16/2006

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