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Open Water Pixel Masks from ABoVE Flight Paths

AirSWOT Imagery

Example of color-infrared imagery shown alongside the corresponding semi-automated open water classification at Old Crow Flats, Alaska.

AirSWOT imagery from the 2017 Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) was used to create water masks across parts of Canada and Alaska.

Properties of Tropical Aerosols

NASA DC-8 Aircraft.

The NASA DC-8 aircraft was used for the ATom missions.

Aerosol data collected during Atmospheric Tomography Mission (ATom) will inform on new particle formation occurrence in the tropics.

Atmospheric Profiles of Hydroxyl and Formaldehyde

Full flight tracks for ATom missions 1

Circles mark the locations of the 139 selected profiles sampling the remote troposphere. Circle color indicates HCHO column densities integrated over each ATom profile. Data are overlain on global gridded OMI HCHO column densities averaged over the mission. From Wolfe et al. (2019) (see dataset references).

New data from NASA's Atmospheric Tomography Mission (ATom) provide hydroxyl and formaldehyde column density in the remote troposphere.

Accessing ABoVE Airborne Data

Tutorial screenshot

A screenshot of the tutorial video, "Accessing ABoVE airborne data using Earthdata Search."

A new tutorial, available on our Resources page, demonstrates how to get ABoVE airborne data sampled at a specific field site.