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Title: NOMAD and the usage of Megha-Tropique data-products
Authors: Sivakumar, V
Keywords: Atmospheric temperature
NOMAD
Lidar Rayleigh
Megha-Tropique data
India
Issue Date: Jul-2006
Citation: Sivakumar, V. 2006. NOMAD and the usage of megha-tropique data-products. Megha-Tropique workshop, Bangalore, 10 -15 July 2006, pp 16
Abstract: The objective of the proposal ( NOMAD ) were: Middle atmospheric temperature structure and dynamics using Lidars over the Indian Ocean Region ( Reunion-21°S, Durban-30°S, Gadanki-13°N, in addition to NDSC sites: OHP-46°N, Lauder-45°S, Mauna-Loa-20°N ) Study on temperature and ozone variabilities over tropical and subtropical UTLS region using TRENDRUN ( a multi-parameter code ). Study on trace gases ( O3, H2O and Aerosol ) variability and its horizontal transport using satellite ( TOMS, SAGE 2, ODIN, ENVISAT, INSAT, METEOSAT, Mega-Tropique ) and ground-based instruments like Lidars, Radars and Radiosondes Study on dynamical processes of stratospheric dehydration / rehydration using in situ observations and models ( MSDOL, MIMOSA, Meso-NH) Middle atmospheric temperature structure and dynamics using Lidars over the Indian Ocean Region ( Reunion-21°S, Durban-30°S, Gadanki-13°N, in addition to NDSC sites : OHP-46°N, Lauder-45°S, Mauna-Loa-20°N )
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2881
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