P. Woods, B. Bell, C. Paton-Walsh, and T. Gardiner (NPL) – Bruker 120M (0.004 cm-1 resolution) used for intercomparisons and campaigns. Measurements were made in October 1996. However, this data has not been archived.
T. Leblanc (JPL) – Ozone and temperature database extends back to 1989. Instrument has been used for testing, research, and intercomparisons. Data up to Dec. 2013 archived under previous PI (McDermid).
T. J. McGee (GSFC), G. Sumnicht (SSAI), and L. Twigg (SSAI) – The Aerosol and Temperature Lidar (AT Lidar) has been rebuilt, and now includes water vapor to >10 km, temperature in the troposphere using rotational Raman backscatter, stratospheric temperature up to ~80 km, and aerosol parameters using elastic and Raman backscatter up to ~35 km. It has participated in ozone intercomparisons at the Table Mountain Facility in June 2005 and in water vapor intercomparisons during the MOHAVE campaign of October 2006, 2007, and 2009.
T. J. McGee (GSFC), L. Twigg (SSAI), and G. Sumnicht (SSAI) – The STROZ lidar retrieves ozone vertical profiles in the stratosphere from 10 to 50 km. Temperature to ~80 km and aerosols (at 355 nm) to 35 km also are measured. The instrument has also been modified to measure water vapor from near the ground to ~15 km. As a mobile intercomparator, it has participated in ozone intercomparisons at the Table Mountain Facility February/March 1992, February/March 1997, June 2004, June 2005, October 2009 (MOHAVE), and February – March 2011.
D. N. Whiteman (GSFC), D. Venable (Howard University), M. Cadirola (Ecotronics), K. Vermeesch (SSAI), M. Walker (USRA), R. Forno (U. Mayor de San Andres). The ALVICE mobile laboratory contains a suite of instruments with major focus on water vapor measurements. See Beltsville entry for instrument details. The ALVICE system participated in the MOHAVE-II (2007) and MOHAVE-2009 campaigns.
G. Nedoluha and R. M. Gomez (NRL) and I. S. Boyd (U MA) – Instrument #1 (WVMS1) deployed from January to October 1992 and May to November 1993; WVMS3 deployed from September 1995 until March 1996 when it was deployed to Mauna Loa (19.54˚N, 155.58˚W); WVMS2 deployed September 1993 to November 1997 and operated intermittently from November 2003 to July 2008. WVMS4 replacement of WVMS2 began in July 2008 and has operated continuously from December 2008 to present over the altitude range (26 – 80 km).
AWI: Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
GSFC: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
JPL: Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NRL: Naval Research Laboratory