Inversion of tropospheric profiles of aerosol extinction and HCHO and NO 2 mixing ratios from MAX-DOAS observations in Milano during the summer of 2003 and comparison with independent data sets

@inproceedings{Wagner2011InversionOT,
  title={Inversion of tropospheric profiles of aerosol extinction and HCHO and NO 2 mixing ratios from MAX-DOAS observations in Milano during the summer of 2003 and comparison with independent data sets},
  author={Thomas Wagner and Steffen Beirle and Theo Brauers and T. Deutschmann and Udo Friess and C Chan Wah Hak and J. D. Halla and K. P. Heue and W. Junkermann and Xiyue Li and Ulrich Platt and I. Pundt-Gruber},
  year={2011}
}
We present aerosol and trace gas profiles derived from MAX-DOAS observations. Our inversion scheme is based on simple profile parameterisations used as input for an atmospheric radiative transfer model (forward model). From a least squares fit of the forward model to the MAXDOAS measurements, two profile parameters are retrieved including integrated quantities (aerosol optical depth or trace gas vertical column density), and parameters describing the height and shape of the respective profiles… CONTINUE READING

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