Polluted Troposphere TORCH2: Tropospheric ORganic CHemistry Experiment (TORCH2) Ground-based Atmospheric Components Measurements Collection from the Weybourne Atmospheric Observatory, Norfolk
The Polluted Troposphere Programme was a 5-year NERC thematic research programme which was centred upon the study of polluted boundary layer air and its transport to the free troposphere. The programme focussed on the regional scale, defined as intermediate between urban and hemispheric.
This dataset collection contains measurements of O3, CO, NO, NO2, C2-C8 hydrocarbons, C1-C4 oxygenated hydrocarbons, PAN, Peroxides (Organic and Inorganic), Organic nitrates, OH and HO2 radicals, Sum of RO2 + HO2 radicals, OH chemical lifetime, Photolysis frequencies (e.g. j(O1D), j(NO2), j (HCHO), Aerosol number and size distribution, Aerosol composition, Local meteorology, and 5 and 10 day back trajectories. Many of the instruments are also part of the Universities Facility for Atmospheric Measurement (UFAM).
TORCH 2 took place in April and May 2004 at Weybourne Atmospheric Observatory, on the north Norfolk coast.
The goals were to provide both a detailed data set on organic composition in the polluted atmosphere, and to develop theoretical and modelling tools which may be used in defining future air quality policy.
This collection also includes data collected as part of the NERC Polluted Troposphere "Advanced GC-MS technology for observing OVOCs and NMHCs in the polluted troposphere" project.
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