Bojan Bojkov

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Monitoring tropospheric ozone from space is of critical importance in order to gain more thorough knowledge on phenomena affecting air quality and the greenhouse effect. Deriving information on tropospheric ozone from UV/VIS nadir satellite spectrometers is difficult owing to the weak sensitivity of the measured radiance spectra to variations of ozone in(More)
The Sentinel missions have been designed to support the operational services of the Copernicus program, ensuring long-term availability of data for a wide range of spectral, spatial and temporal resolutions. In particular, Sentinel-2 (S-2) data with improved high spatial resolution and higher revisit frequency (five days with the pair of satellites in(More)
This paper presents the efforts for creating two global scale snow dataset covering 15 and 30 years of satellite-based observations, one describing the extent of snow cover (SE) the other describing the snow water equivalent (SWE) characteristics. The main emphasis of the paper is describing the validation work carried out for the SWE product that will(More)
We apply the NASA Goddard Trajectory Model to data from a series of ozonesondes to derive ozone loss rates in the lower stratosphere for the AASE-2/EASOE mission (January–March 1992) and for the SOLVE/THESEO 2000 mission (January–March 2000) in an approach similar to Match. Ozone loss rates are computed by comparing the ozone concentrations provided by(More)