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Column-average CO2 Concentrations from ACT-America

ACT-America column-average carbon dioxide concentrations

Column-average CO2 measured during the first 20 minutes of flight off the coast of New Jersey on July 11, 2016, for the ACT-America mission.

A new dataset provides remotely-sensed column-average carbon dioxide concentrations measured over the Eastern US.

Maximum NDVI from the ABoVE Campaign

Long-term maximum NDVI measured 2002-2017

Long-term maximum NDVI for the ABoVE study area covering the years 2002-2017.

Annual maximum NDVI estimates from 2002-2017 are available for most of Alaska and the Yukon Territory.

CO2 Concentrations in the Boston Area

Map of measurement stations in the Boston network and 2014 average afternoon CO2 emissions.

Measurement stations in the Boston area including two urban sites: Boston University (BU) and Copley Square (COP), and three boundary sites: Harvard Forest (HF), Canaan (CA), and Martha's Vineyard (MVY). Blue shading represents 2014 average afternoon CO2 emissions. See the dataset user guide for more details.

A new dataset from the North American Carbon Program provides atmospheric measurements of CO2 and model estimates of urban emissions at sites near Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Explore the ABoVE Airborne Campaign from Land

A lake in Fairbanks, Alaska, where scientists planned the ABoVE campaign.

Scientists with the ABoVE campaign study the impacts of warming temperatures on northern lakes, like this one in Fairbanks, Alaska. (Image credit: NASA/Kate Ramsayer)

Field site locations that correspond to the flight tracks of the 2017 ABoVE Airborne Campaign have been published.

Two New Datasets from ATom

Image of ATom-1 deployment flight tracks and black carbon mass-mixing ratio.

Flight tracks of the NASA DC-8 during the ATom-1 deployment. The scale to the right represents black carbon mass-mixing ratio in units of ng rBC/kg of air.

New data collected during ATom flights provide measurements of aerosols and black carbon concentrations in the atmosphere.

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