Intercomparison of SCIAMACHY and OMI tropospheric NO 2 columns : Observing the diurnal evolution of chemistry and emissions from space

@inproceedings{Boersma2008IntercomparisonOS,
  title={Intercomparison of SCIAMACHY and OMI tropospheric NO 2 columns : Observing the diurnal evolution of chemistry and emissions from space},
  author={Klaas Folkert Boersma and D. J. Jacob and Henk J. Eskes and Robert William Pinder and Jun Wang and Ronald J. van der},
  year={2008}
}
[1] Concurrent (August 2006) measurements of tropospheric NO2 columns from OMI aboard Aura (1330 local overpass time) and SCIAMACHY aboard Envisat (1000 local overpass time) offer an opportunity to examine the consistency between the two instruments under tropospheric background conditions and the effect of different observing times. For scenes with tropospheric NO2 columns <5.0 10 molecules cm , SCIAMACHYand OMI agree within 1.0–2.0 10 molecules cm , consistent with the detection limits of… CONTINUE READING
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