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Oberpfaffenhofen

Introduction

HALOE is an atmospheric sensor which is flying on UARS (Upper Atmospheric Research Satellite). This NASA instrument measures the vertical distribution of hydrofluoric and hydrochloric acids, methane, carbon dioxide, ozone, water vapor, and members of the nitrogen family. Haloe decommissioned Dec. 14, 2005.

Available Data

HALOE's data is reformatted here into HDF format (See local HDF documentation). These data sets are collated on a daily basis and contain all available species for that day.

Documentation

The WDC has no documentation available at this time.

Links to further information

  • General information about HALOE can be found at BADC (British Atmospheric Data Centre).
  • Information about HALOE research is available at Imperial College, London.

Contact

If you would like to know more about the available HALOE data, see the following points of contact: