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NARSTO EPA SS ATLANTA 1999 CHEM PM MET DATA

NARSTO EPA SS ATLANTA 1999 CHEM PM MET DATA

Note: The negative sign is missing from the longitude in the following data files:
NARSTO_EPA_SS_ATLANTA_GAS_GAS_DATA_1_KB_V1.csv and
NARSTO_EPA_SS_ATLANTA_MET_MET_DATA_1_KB_V1.csv

Project Title: 
NARSTO
Level: 
L2
Platform: 
Ground Station, Meteorological Station, Laboratory
Instrument: 
NDIR Gas Analyzer - Non-Dispersive Infrared Gas Analyzer
Chemiluminescence
Hygrometer
Pyranometer
Aneroid Barometer
Ion Chromotograph
UV Ozone Detector
Anemometer
Thermistor
TEOM (Tapered element oscillating microbalance)
Nephelometer
Integrating Nephelometer
Thermooptical transmission
Location: 
Atlanta, Georgia
Spatial Resolution: 

Point Measurements

Temporal Coverage: 

07/30/1999 - 09/03/1999

Temporal Resolution: 

15 minutes

File Format: 
ASCII

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DOI: 

10.5067/ASDCDAAC/NARSTO/0060
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Aerosol Optical Depth/Thickness
Aerosol Backscatter
Surface Pressure
Solar Irradiance
Surface Winds
Carbon Monixide
Nitrate Particles
Aerosol Extinction
Ultraviolet Radiation
Humidity
Ozone
Carbonaceous Aerosols
Nitric Acid
Particulate Matter
Air Temperature
Nitrogen Oxides

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