European Integrated project on Aerosol Cloud Climate and Air Quality Interactions (EUCAARI) is a project within EU's Sixth Framework Program.
The EUCAARI EBAS Database is now available online: http://ebas.nilu.no
Disclaimer: We make these products freely accessible and would like to continue to do so. In order to maintain unlimited access we ask to be informed of any use toward publication, and if you feel the products contributed significantly to your understanding of the data sources, or general analysis of the data, we'd appreciate the offer of co-authorship and at least acknowledgement, depending on how important you feel that these products actually were for your work. This will allow us continuing this kind of service also in the future. Of course, on request we can also produce custom-made plots with adjusted plotting domains, better image quality, etc.
FLEXPART BACKWARD MODELING PRODUCTS
Access to FLEXPART datasets through the traditional web interface is available through these links. The site presents a resource to interpret transport processes and how they influenced lidar and other measurements at various EUCAARI sites. It attempts to replace trajectory calculations -- to date, the major tool used for that purpose -- with quantitative dispersion model runs including full turbulence and convection parameterizations. The plots shown are from backward model runs using the FLEXPART model. A description of the various products derived from the backward runs can be found here.
Analysis products for the EUCAARI flight campaigns are now available:
Backward modeling products are available for these locations:
Special Stations (by request):
Please read FLEXPART PRODUCTS for an overview of how to use and interpret the products.
Users should also read this important model information.
The European Integrated project on Aerosol
Cloud Climate and Air Quality Interactions, EUCAARI, brings together the
leading European research groups, state-of-the-art infrastructure and key
players from third countries to investigate the role of aerosol on climate and
air quality. For more information
Experimental FLEXPART BrowserA new FLEXPART browser is being developed. Please feel free to use the browser, but most importantly, recognize, feedback is encouraged... if there are specific needs or wishes for the data access, please contact John Burkhart
To test the browser go here: http://zardoz.nilu.no/~burkhart/fpviewer