ACCACIA was part of the NERC Arctic research programme. (NERC Reference: NE/I028858/1). ACCACIA aimed to improve our understanding of aerosol-cloud interactions in the Arctic, and the potential changes and feedbacks that may result from decreasing Arctic sea ice cover in the future. In situ measurements have been made during two field campaigns utilising ship-based measurements of surface aerosol sources and airborne measurements of aerosol and cloud microphysical properties, boundary layer dynamics, and radiative forcing. The observations have been complemented by modelling studies on a range of scales: from explicit aerosol and cloud microphysics process modelling, through large eddy simulation and mesoscale models, up to global climate models.
This dataset contains sulphate and organic measurements from instruments onboard RRS James Clark Ross ship cruise identifier JR20130713 (JR288).
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Data provided by the University of Manchester (instrument operator).
Data are netCDF formatted
|Manchester: Single Particle Soot Photometer (SP2)||Deployed on: RRS James Clark Ross Ship|
|University of Manchester/UFAM: Aerosol Mass Spectrometer (AMS) - formerly umist-ams||Deployed on: RRS James Clark Ross Ship|
Mobile platform operations
|Mobile Platform Operation 1||RRS James Clark Ross ship|