Cooperating Networks

The NDACC recognizes that there are important regional, hemispheric, or even global measurement and analysis networks that operate instruments independently of NDACC, but where strong measurement and scientific collaboration is mutually beneficial. Designation of an interested external network as a “Cooperating Network” fosters the desired collaborative measurement and analysis activities through mutual data access and mutual steering group representation, yet retains the independence of each network.

More information on the Cooperating Network Protocol is found in the "Protocols" area of the NDACC web pages.

Information about each Cooperating Network can be found at the "Cooperating Network" portion of the NDACC Measurements and Analyses Directory, or at the Network external webpages as listed below.

AERONET Cooperating Network logo AERONET - updated September 2021
Aerosol Robotic Network
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AGAGE Cooperating Network logo

AGAGE - updated September 2021
Advanced Global Atmospheric Gases Experiment
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BSRN Cooperating Network logo

BSRN - updated August 2021
The Baseline Surface Radiation Network
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logo-eubrew-alta.jpg EuBrewNet - updated April 2021
European Brewer Network
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GRUAN Cooperating Network logo GRUAN - updated August 2021
GCOS Reference Upper-Air Network
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HATS - updated September 2021
The NOAA Halocarbons and other Trace Species
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MPLNET Cooperating Network logo MPLNET - updated September 2021
The NASA Micro Pulse Lidar Network
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PGN - updated June 2020
Pandonia Global Network
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SHADOZ Cooperating Network logo SHADOZ - updated August 2021
Southern Hemisphere ADditional OZonesondes
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TCCON Cooperating Network logo TCCON - updated September 2021
Total Carbon Column Observing Network
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