Flight paths for five airborne campaigns of ACT-America that provided receptor locations and CO2 measurements for these FLEXPART simulations. Flights were concentrated on three study areas: the northeast, south-central, and mid-west regions of the United States.
A set of Lagrangian particle dispersion simulations of carbon dioxide concentrations using the FLEXible PARTicle (FLEXPART) model.
Top: Annotated time-height cross-section of aerosol backscatter profiles measured using CPL onboard C-130 aircraft on 2016-07-26. Wavelet-derived ABL top (black solid-circles) height overlaid. Middle: Secondary aerosol layers overlaid on the top panel. Bottom: Final attributed ABL top heights.
ABL top heights and the altitudes of the two additional aerosol layers derived from CPL measurements using the Haar wavelet transform method.
ACT-America 2019 summer airborne campaign showing the flight paths for the two aircrafts and location of ground towers. Flights were concentrated on three study domains: northeast, south-central, and midwest regions of the United States.
A new version of merged in situ atmospheric trace gases and flask data from the Atmospheric Carbon and Transport-America project is now available.