FMI’s special measurement sites - Jokioinen and Sodankylä. Basic infrastructure and routine operations Special instrumentation and research Sodankylä since 1858 (Kivi et al. 1999), and 1949 (FMI information database) Jokioinen since 1957 (FMI information database).
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Basic infrastructure and routine operations
Special instrumentation and research
Sodankylä since 1858 (Kivi et al. 1999), and 1949 (FMI information database)
Jokioinen since 1957 (FMI information database)
Finnish Meteorological Institute/Observation Services
6049'N, 2330'E, 104 m asl
Sodankylä – Arctic Research Centre
Measurements:- Synoptic (manual/automatic) and hourly (automatic) observations - Radio soundings (also O3, aerosol, H20 and radioactivity sondes)- Radiation measurements (eg. global, diffuse, reflected, direct, uv, aod)- Ground temperature measurements- Ozone satellite data centre (GOMOS instrument)- UV calibration laboratory- SAOZ instrument: O3, NO2 and OClO columns- Micro-wave radiometer laboratory - Aerosol lidar and ceilometer- Atmospheric electricity: current density, electric field, electrical conductivity- Radioactivity measurements (aerosol beta-activity, lead-210 and beryllium-7 samples)- Air quality measurements; surface O3 and deposition samples for measurement of some inorganic ions and pH.
Other measurements:- Micrometeorological mast (eg. fluxes, profiles, ground and surface data, air quality)- Sodar (current campaign)- C-band weather radarMeasurement programs and campaigns:CANDIDOZ - Chemical and Dynamical Influences on Decadal Ozone ChangeFUVIRC - Finnish Ultraviolet International Research Center (Hosted by Thule Institute) LAPBIAT - Lapland Atmosphere-Biosphere facility (Hosted by Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory) QUOBI - Quantitative Understanding of Ozone losses by Bipolar Investigations (Hosted by Norwegian Institute for Air Research) LAUTLOS-WAVVAP - LAPBIAT Upper Troposphere Lower Stratosphere Water Vapor Validation Project OZONE SATELLITE DATA CENTRE's projects COORDINATED ENHANCED OBSERVING PERIOD (CEOP)NOAA ALBEDO PRODUCT VALIDATIONsee: http://fmiarc.fmi.fi
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