Tropospheric Chemistry: Measurements

Tropospheric Chemistry research relies on measurements of the chemical and physical processes of the troposphere, particularly the effects of pollution on those processes. These measurements are obtained from mobile and ground-based platforms during coordinated field campaigns including FIREX-AQ 2019, FIREX FireLab 2016, SONGNEX 2015, SENEX 2013, CalNex 2010, ARCPAC 2008, ICEALOT 2008, TexAQS 2006, ICARTT: NEAQS-ITCT 2004, ITCT 2002, NEAQS 2002, TexAQS 2000, and SOS 1999. In addition, we also have information about field campaigns before 1999.

Our field projects have been designed to address components of the major research topics of air quality and climate by making measurements of chemical species, aerosol size and composition, as well as solar radiation using an extensive suite of instruments. Collected data are from measurements made by scientists from our laboratory and our collaborators at other institutions.

Please note that data access may require authentication and adhere to our Data Policy. Resources for investigators include ICARTT Data Format information and Data (Igor) Tools (authentication required). Provided for convenience are also datasets for modellers.

Field campaigns since 1999 are identified below. Mouse over a project for general information, or select a project for detailed information and data. Alternatively, view a table of field campaigns.

Field Research