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Weekly cycle of NO 2 by GOME measurements: a signature of anthropogenic sources
Abstract. Nitrogen oxides (NO+NO 2 =NO x and reservoir species) are important trace gases in the troposphere with impact on human health, atmospheric chemistry and climate. Besides natural sourcesExpand
Algorithm for NO/sub 2/ vertical column retrieval from the ozone monitoring instrument
The optimized algorithm for the retrieval of stratospheric, tropospheric and total column densities of nitrogen dioxide from earthshine radiances measured by the Ozone Monitoring Instrument is described and global maps of NO/sub 2/ VCDs are presented for the first time. Expand
The version 3 OMI NO 2 standard product
Abstract. We describe the new version 3.0 NASA Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) standard nitrogen dioxide (NO2) products (SPv3). The products and documentation are publicly available from the NASAExpand
NOx production by lightning estimated with GOME
Abstract Nitrogen oxides (NO + NO 2 =NO x ) are important trace gases in the troposphere with impact on human health, climate and atmospheric chemistry, e.g. through their role in ozone production.Expand
Space-based constraints on spatial and temporal patterns of NO(x) emissions in California, 2005-2008.
Evidence that the satellite observations provide a uniquely complete view of changes in spatial patterns over time is described, including variations in the spatial pattern of weekday-weekend concentrations in the Los Angeles basin with much steeper weekend decreases at the eastern edge of the basin. Expand
Estimate of nitrogen oxide emissions from shipping by satellite remote sensing
[1] In recent years, the role of ship emissions has attracted increasing attention. Recent inventories estimate that they contribute significantly to anthropogenic emissions of nitrogen oxides, withExpand
Quantitative analysis of NO x emissions from Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment satellite image sequences
Nitric oxides (NOx) play a very important role among the anthropogenic trace gases. They affect human health and have an impact on ozone chemistry and climatic change. Here we describe a new methodExpand
Spatial and temporal distribution of enhanced boundary layer BrO concentrations measured by the GOME instrument aboard ERS‐2
The temporal and spatial distribution of enhanced boundary layer BrO concentrations in both hemispheres during 1997 is presented using observations of the Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment (GOME) onExpand
Satellite detection of a continental‐scale plume of nitrogen oxides from boreal forest fires
In previous studies it was shown that boreal forest fires in Canada caused large plumes with high CO and aerosol concentrations in August 1998. Haze and enhanced CO and O 3 were observed even overExpand
Validation of OMI tropospheric NO2 observations during INTEX-B and application to constrain NOx emissions over the eastern United States and Mexico
Abstract We compare tropospheric NO 2 column measurements from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) aboard the EOS Aura satellite with coincident in situ aircraft measurements on vertical spiralsExpand