Comparison of total ozone measurements from a differential optical absorption filter instrument and a Dobson spectrophotometer

Authors: Cordoba, C.; Perez, A.; Carcer, I. Aguirre De; Jaque, F.; Henriques, D.; Carvalho, F.

Source: International Journal of Remote Sensing, Volume 18, Number 16, 1997 , pp. 3473-3478(6)

Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

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Abstract:

Measures of total ozone at Lisbon in July 1996 taken with a differential optical absorption filter instrument (UAM-DOAF) and a Dobson spectrophotometer are compared. Correlation of the UAM-DOAF measures and NOAATOVS data from April to October 1996 and NASA Earth Probe TOMS data from July to October 1996 for Madrid (40 N, 3 W) are given. Results show that the UAM-DOAF instrument can be used with approximately a 3 per cent error in estimating short-term total ozone variations.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/014311697216982

Publication date: November 10, 1997

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