AEROSOL RESEARCH GROUP

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MISSIONS


The following is a list of missions the DU Aerosol Group has participated in since 1987.  The data from the NASA missions are available to the public on www.espo.nasa.gov.  The underlined links will take you to descriptions of the missions.

 

STEP (JAN 1987)

 NASA Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange Experiment

AIRBORNE ANTARCTIC OZONE EXPERIMENT (1987)

NASA AAOE

AIRBORNE ARCTIC STRATOSPHERIC EXPERIMENT (1988-1989)

NASA AASE

AIRBORNE ARCTIC STRATOSPHERIC EXPERIMENT 2 (1991-1992)

NASA AASE II

  SPADE (1993)

NASA Stratospheric Photochemistry Ozone Aerosols and Dynamics Expedition

ASHOE-MAESA (1994)

NASA AIRBORNE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE OZONE EXPERIMENT
NASA MEASUREMENT FOR ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF STRATOSPHERIC AIRCRAFT

STRAT (1995-1996)

NASA Stratospheric Tracers of Atmospheric Transport

POLARIS (1997)

Photochemistry of Ozone Loss in the Arctic Region In Summer

  SOLVE (1999-2000)

The NASA SAGE III Ozone Loss and Validation Experiment

CRYSTAL-FACE

The NASA Cirrus Regional Study of Tropical Anvils and Cirrus Layers - Florida Area Cirrus Experiment

ITCT

Intercontinental Transport and Chemical Transformation
of Anthropogenic Pollution

DYCOMS II

The Dynamics and Chemistry of Marine Stratocumulus
Phase II: Entrainment Studies

ACE-Asia

Asian Pacific Regional Aerosol Characterization Experiment

TexAQS 2000

The Texas Air Quality Study

PELTI

Passing Efficiency of the Low Turbulence Inlet

SOLVE 2 (2003)

NASA Sage III Ozone Loss and Validation Experiment

SOS

Southern Oxidants Study

   

Pre-AVE Houston Jan 2004

NASA Pre-AVE

 

AURA Validation Experiment (AVE 2005)

NASA AVE-2005

 

Costa Rica AURA Validation Experiment

NASA CR_AVE 2006

 

Tropical Composition, Cloud and Climate Coupling

NASA TC4 2007

 

Global Hawk Pacific

NASA GloPac 2010

 

Mid-Latitude Airborne Cirrus Properties Experiment

NASA MacPex 2011

   
 

  Updated August 9, 2011

Contact: jwilson@du.edu