Ozone profiles obtained by DIAL technique at Maido Observatory in la Reunion Island: Comparisons with ECC ozone-sondes, ground-based FTIR spectrometer and microwave radiometer measurements
De Maziere, M.
Earth and related Environmental sciences
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A DIAL lidar system performing stratospheric ozone profile measurements from 15 to 45 km is installed at Reunion Island (southwest of Indian Ocean). The purpose of this communication is to present this DIAL system mounted now at the new Maido Observatory since February 2013, and the ozone profile retrieval. The first stratospheric ozone profiles obtained during 2013 and 2014 will be presented and discussed. Inter-comparison and differences observed with other high vertical resolution ozone profiles performed by ECC ozonesonde will be shown. Finally, comparisons with low vertical resolution ozone profiles retrieved from microwave and FTIR remote sensing measurements performed at Maido will be carried out, making appropriate use of the associated averaging kernels.
CitationPortafaix, T.; Godin-Beekmann, S.; Payen, G.; De Maziere, M.; Langerock, B.; Fernandez, S.; Posny, F.; Cammas, J.P.; Metzger, J.M.; Bencherif, H.; Vigouroux, C.; Marquestaut, N. (2016). Ozone profiles obtained by DIAL technique at Maido Observatory in la Reunion Island: Comparisons with ECC ozone-sondes, ground-based FTIR spectrometer and microwave radiometer measurements. (05005, Ed.), EPJ Web of Conferences, Vol. 119, DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/201611905005.