NDACC News and Events

November
2017

The resolution from the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS) was released on November 22, 2017. This resolution specifically stresses the importance of continuation and enhancement of Earth Observation systems to monitor the atmosphere, ocean and other elements of the Earth system. It therefore strongly supports the effort of the NDACC steering committee, associated networks and data PIs to provide high quality and long-term observations for monitoring of atmospheric composition. 

November
2017

The annual meeting of the international Steering Committee (SC) for NDACC was held 6-10 November 2017 in Boulder, CO, USA at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR).  James Hannigan of NCAR hosted the meeting.  Dr. James Hurrell, a climate scientist and Director of NCAR, welcomed the attendees and gave a brief introduction to the Center’s facilities, mission, and associated programs in atmospheric and related sciences.

November
2017

The proposal from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology for NDACC affiliation for four Dobson measurements was discussed and approved at the 2017 NDACC Steering Committee Meeting in Boulder, Colorado.  The measurements were formally invited as NDACC Affiliated shortly thereafter. The four sites are Darwin (12°S), Brisbane (27°S), Melbourne (38°S) and Macquarie Island (55° S). Total ozone records at Brisbane, Melbourne and Macquarie Island began in 1957.

October
2016

The annual meeting of the international Steering Committee (SC) for NDACC was held from October 17 to 21 in Bremen, Germany at the University of Bremen Guesthouse ‘Teerhof’. Justus Notholt of the University of Bremen hosted the meeting.

October
2016

2016 marks 25 years of successful operations of NDACC for enabling and enhancing global atmospheric research. A comprehensive review article commemorating this anniversary appears in the September-October 2016 issue of NASA’s Earth Observer Newsletter. The newsletter is a bi-monthly publication that consolidates NASA Earth Science news and has a readership of more than 6000 internationally.

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