OH column abundance over Table Mountain Facility , California : Intra-annual variations and comparisons to model predictions for 1997 – 2001

@inproceedings{Mills2003OHCA,
  title={OH column abundance over Table Mountain Facility , California : Intra-annual variations and comparisons to model predictions for 1997 – 2001},
  author={Franklin P. Mills and Richard P. Cageao and Stanley P Sander and Mark R. Allen and Yuk L. Yung and Ellis E. Remsberg and James M Russell and Ulf Richter},
  year={2003}
}
[1] Measurements of the OH column abundance over the Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Table Mountain Facility (TMF) have been made since July 1997 at 10 –80 solar zenith angle using a Fourier transform ultraviolet spectrometer. The measured OH column at any solar zenith angle is typically larger in the afternoon than in the morning. The variations observed in the OH column abundance appear to result from changes in atmospheric conditions on a daily or longer timescale. The larger observed variations… CONTINUE READING

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