TITLE

Comparison analysis of global carbon monoxide concentration derived from SCIAMACHY, AIRS, and MOPITT

AUTHOR(S)
Zhang, Linjing; Jiang, Hong; Lu, Xuehe; Jin, Jiaxin
PUB. DATE
November 2016
SOURCE
International Journal of Remote Sensing;Nov2016, Vol. 37 Issue 21, p5155
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Observations of carbon monoxide (CO) retrieved from Scanning Imaging Absorption SpectroMeter for Atmospheric Chartography (SCIAMACHY), Measurement of Pollution in the Troposphere (MOPITT), and Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) are compared in this article. To better validate the retrieved data from SCIAMCHY, AIRS, and MOPITT, six surface stations at different locations and with various elevations were chosen. The results show these three instruments can all reflect CO spatial distribution well and show same temporal variations of CO concentration as well as six surface station measurements. MOPITT and AIRS have similar retrieval results with correlation coefficients being mostly over 0.70, except for a sixth field station on Crozet Island. The three satellites all have the ability to monitor CO concentration change on land, but SCIAMCHY results show a relatively larger bias than MOPITT and AIRS in low CO concentration areas because of systematic error.
ACCESSION #
118327733

 

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