ESA Ozone Climate Change Initiative (Ozone_cci): ACE-FTS Level 3 monthly mean zonal mean ozone profiles on an altitude grid, v0001
The dataset provides monthly zonal mean (MZM) ozone profiles from the ACE-FTS (Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment Fourier Transform Spectrometer) instrument onboard SCISAT, created by the ESA Ozone Climate Change Initiative project. The data are provided as ozone molar concentration (mol m-3) in 10 degree latitude bands from 90S to 90N, in the altitude range from 6 to 94 km.
The ACE-FTS Level 2 profiles (Bernath et al., 2005; Bernath, 2017), which are used for the MZM data, are retrieved with the University of Toronto processor UoT v3.5/3.6 and included into the new version of the HARMonized datasets of OZone profiles (HARMOZ_ALT, Sofieva et al., 2013). A more detailed description of the MZM data processing and dataset parameters can be found in README and in (Sofieva et al., 2017).
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Use of these data is covered by the following licence: http://licences.ceda.ac.uk/image/data_access_condition/esacci_ozone_terms_and_conditions.pdf. When using these data you must cite them correctly using the citation given on the CEDA Data Catalogue record.
Data were produced by the project team and supplied for archiving at the Centre for Environmental Data Analysis (CEDA).
For information on the data quality see the linked documentation
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|Title||Derivation of the ESA Ozone CCI ACE-FTS monthly zonal mean ozone profile data|
|Abstract||The monthly zonal mean ozone profile data are based on ACE-FTS Level 2 profiles (Bernath et al., 2005; Bernath, 2017), retrieved with the University of Toronto processor UoT v3.5/3.6 and included into the new version of the HARMonized datasets of OZone profiles (HARMOZ_ALT, Sofieva et al., 2013). A more detailed description of the MZM data processing and dataset parameters can be found in the README file with the data and in (Sofieva et al., 2017).|
|Software Reference||Sofieva, V. F. et al., (2017). Merged SAGE II, Ozone_cci and OMPS ozone profile dataset and evaluation of ozone trends in the stratosphere. Atmos. Chem. Phys.. 12533-12552|