BAS-MASIN flight 319: airborne meteorological observations from the ORCHESTRA project
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Publication Date: 2022-02-22
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In-situ airborne observations collected during flight 319 on 23 February 2019 by the Meteorological Airborne Science Instrumentation (MASIN) on board the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Twin-otter aircraft for the ORCHESTRA - Ocean Regulation of Climate by Heat and Carbon Sequestration and Transports project. This dataset contains the core meteorological data from the MASIN instrument suite.
Data were collected over the Falkland Islands area.
Citable as: Natural Environment Research Council; British Antarctic Survey; Lachlan-Cope, T. (2022): BAS-MASIN flight 319: airborne meteorological observations from the ORCHESTRA project. NERC EDS Centre for Environmental Data Analysis, date of citation. https://catalogue.ceda.ac.uk/uuid/f01914b5dc2942029188d287322c67e5
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Keywords: ORCHESTRA, aircraft, meteorology, BAS, MASIN, twin-otter
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Data were collected and processed by British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and submitted to the Centre for Environmental Data Analysis (CEDA).
Data are as given by the data provider, no quality control has been performed by the Centre for Environmental Data Analysis (CEDA).
MASIN data are in NetCDF format
This dataset was generated by instruments deployed on platforms as listed below.
|BAS Masin Twin-Otter Core instruments||Deployed on: BAS Twin-Otter aircraft|
Mobile platform operations
|Mobile Platform Operation 1||BAS-MASIN flight 319|