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SEAC 4 RS Ground and Ship Measurements January 2012. NCAR. http://espo.nasa.gov/missions/seac4rs/. Surface Network Overview. Because of metrological complexity & political sensitivities in SE Asia, data from a ground network is required to adequately cover the region.

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seac 4 rs ground and ship measurements january 2012
SEAC4RSGround and Ship MeasurementsJanuary 2012

NCAR

http://espo.nasa.gov/missions/seac4rs/

surface network overview
Surface Network Overview
  • Because of metrological complexity & political sensitivities in SE Asia, data from a ground network is required to adequately cover the region.
  • All SEAC4RS ground components of sun photometer, lidar, ozone and in situ measurements have field history in the region with established partners.
  • There are few total “unknowns” but we expect the deployment to be fairly “fluid.” in nature.
  • Also, there is still room to accommodate needs of the science team, including the deployment of additional instrumentation-particularly at supersites and at sea.
ground network components and preliminary pocs
Ground Network Components and preliminary POCs
  • AERONET/MAN: Brent Holben (brent.n.holben@nasa.gov )
    • 20 Long term+7 Temporary
    • 3 ferry lines to be manned with microtops for MAN
  • MPLNET: Judd Welton (ellsworth.j.welton@nasa.gov )
    • 4 Long term +5 Temporary sites.
    • NEIS in Thailand
    • SHADOZ: AnneThompson (anne@atmos.psu.edu)
    • 3 Long term+ 4/6 temporary*
  • VASCO Jeffrey Reid and HafJonsson (hjonsson@nps.navy.mil ).
    • Singapore Super Site: Jeffrey Reid (jeffrey.reid@nrlmry.navy.mil)
  • Source sampling: Yokelson (Bob.Yokelson@mso.umt.edu )
  • Other likely data collections:
    • PujiLesteri (IIT-Bandung), Bandung- Filter chemistry
    • MasturaMahamud (UKM)-Filter Chemistry
    • BMG
    • GAW sites on Maylay Peninsula, Sabah, and Sumatra
    • Japanese sun photometer network?
    • Extensive Malaysian raobs
slide4

Nepal

Llhasa

Kampur

EPA-NCU

Hong Kong

Hanoi

SEAC4RS

Ground Network

AERONET+

MPLNet HQ

Bac Lieu

Penang

AERONET

AERONET Intensive

Kuching

Radiation Enhanced Site

Singapore

Supersite

Pre-ex MPLNET Lidar

MAN

Intensive ALS Lidar

Jambi

VASCO

Lidar Partner

Raobs

Jakarta

SHADOZ

Other meas. (GAW, SKYNET)

slide5

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COAMPS/FLAMBE surface smoke concentration-August 2007

SEAC4RS

SE Asia Ground Network

AERONET

AERONET Intensive.

Radiation Enhanced

Perm. Lidar

MPLnet Intensive lidar

SHADOZ

Other aerosol measurements

MAN

VASCO

Raobs

slide6

Airspace

  • Previous studies often focused on VPs over ground sites.
  • But both the political situation and clouds dictate that such profiles will be rare.
  • Even the range circles are a “best estimate.
  • Ground network is being developed to provide scale and “perspective” on airborne measurements.
  • But, we may get lucky….
slide7

MPLNET Overview

http://mplnet.gsfc.nasa.gov

All sites co-located

with AERONET

✗ International agreement not final

* Hong Kong group operates their own ALS lidar. They are not part of MPLNET due to current ban on bi-lateral NASA-China interactions.

  • MPLNET has exclusively used MPL instruments in past. Newer lidars from Leosphere (ALS model) are now accepted in MPLNET.
  • MPL: 527 or 532 nm, elastic backscatter lidar. Fully autonomous, 24/7 data.
  • ALS: 355 nm elastic backscatter lidar with depolarization capability. Autonomous, and 24/7 data where possible.
  • Standard network Level 1 data: 0000-2400 UTC, 0-30 km, 1 minute temporal and 75 m vertical resolutions.
  • MPL does good job of detecting thin cirrus in this region, we are still evaluating ALS performance but looks promising
  • NRT Data: available on website, 1 hour for some sites (still evaluating), next day for others
shadoz where who
SHADOZ:Where & Who?

45 sondes per station,

~Daily release

Enter Euphemism Here

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3

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5

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Currently in Network

cruise specifics
Cruise Specifics

Sept. 1-28, 2008 to catch Borneo outflow

On board lead: Haf Jonsson CIRPAS

Meteorology: Raobs, mean met, fluxes

Chemistry: Filters, DRUM Samper, CO2, Blake cans?

Cloud: Radar (95 Ghz, dopper, zenith), Ceilometer

Lidar: Leosphere ALS

Particles: PCASP, SMPS, CN, CCN, APS, FSSP

Optics: 3-l Neph & PSAP.

Ocean: Water samples, CDOM, physo

Other: cameras, dust trak.

Room for more gear…..

slide12

Maritime Aerosol Network as a

Component of AERONET

  • MAN represents an important strategic sampling initiative and ship-borne data acquisition complements island-based AERONET measurements

MAN coverage-Oct 06 to Jan 2012

In the last several years data acquisition was extended to the areas that previously had very little or no coverage at all

Smirnov, A., B.N.Holben, D.M.Giles, et al., Maritime Aerosol Network as a component of AERONET – first results and comparison with global aerosol models and satellite retrievals, Atm.Meas.Tech., 4, 583–597, doi:10.5194/amt-4-583-2011, 2011.

singapore supersite
Singapore Supersite

Roof and lab site on National University of Singapore campus. Easy to add equipment

  • Lidar: MPL Lidar, maybe Wisc HSRL
  • Radiation: AERONET, Solar, IR, direct/diffuse solar
  • Aerosol: SMPS, 3l neph & PSAP, TEOM
  • Filters: Elemental (DRUM), ICPMS, Organics, OC/BC gravimetery
  • Gas: O3, SO2, CO, NOx
  • Other: All sky camera, time-lapse video, local weather
other site enhancements and measurements in the region
Other site enhancements and measurements in the region.

Enhancements

  • Solar flux radiometers will be added to several AERONET sites from GSFC and NRL.
  • 2 others will have “direct diffuse” solar radiometers.

Other measurements (Need to negotiate data access)

  • 4 sites in Thailand have extensive radiation measurements as part of the Silpakorn University network.
  • There are three global GAW sites in our domino, plus 9 “regional.” They have widely varying data collection protocols and efficiencies.
  • Japanese SKYNET and a NEIS lidar in Phemai are also in the region, as is a lidar in Hong Kong.
  • We may be able to get other filter measurements in the region.
slide15

Yokelson Group Battery Powered Mobile FTIR

Gases: HCN, CO, CH4, CO2, NH3, NOx, HCl, NMHC, OVOC

PM2.5: EC/OC, metals (filters can be added)

slide16

Major Sources That Are Virtually Unstudied in Asia

Brick Kilns

Trash Burning

Crop Residue Fires

Cooking Fires

room for more
Room for more.
  • Generally we can get into key sites.
  • If other team members want to provide more instruments, we can help get them in and maintained.
  • There is also an opportunity for students for site staffing.
  • We are light on gas measurements. More Blake cans?
summary
Summary
  • We have the most extensive ground largely in place network in the history of SE Asia.
  • Flight and weather restrictions imply the ground network is largely for regional context. The AERONET sites in particular will be around for a while.
  • SHADOZ will add three sites.
  • We have funding for a September cruise in Philippines water.
  • Singapore is a comprehensive supersite and easy to work with.
  • Other source measurements may be made by Yokelson’s group.
  • There are lots of other measurements being made in the region, but access is not always straightforward.