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  Resource Id: urn:geoss:csr:resource:urn:uuid:fb4e4f77-d436-4d95-aa69-c90392f7bb7e
  Name: MAX-DOAS network observations of NO2 and aerosols over Asia and Russia
  Abbreviation: MAX-DOAS Asia/Russia
  Description: Air quality change in Asia and surrounding regions is paid attention because of the rapid and substantial increase in the human activity in this region. We have established a long-term MAX-DOAS (Multi-Axis Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy) monitoring network over Asia and Russia regions to provide vertically-resolved (or integrated) NO2 densities and aerosol extinction, as mainly supported by the Japan EOS (Earth Observation System) Promotion Program of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). Our aims are 1) to validation satellite observations and chemical transport models with respect to tropospheric NO2 and aerosols and 2) to observe diurnal variations and vertical distributions beyond the capabilities of current orbiting satellite sensors. This project is achieved by international collaboration between JAMSTEC, GIST (Gwangju, Korea), AIOFM (Hefei, China), IAP (Zvenigorod, Russia) and IAO (Tomsk, Russia).
  GEO Member or Participating Organisation :
IGBP : International Geosphere-Biosphere Program
Japan
  Responsible Organisation: Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
  Resource Information URL: http://ebcrpa.jamstec.go.jp/maxdoashp/
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Resource Contact Information
  Contact Name: Yugo Kanaya, Team Leader, Research Institute for Global Change, JAMSTEC
  Contact Email: yugo@jamstec.go.jp
Resource Category
  monitoringObservationSystems
Societal Benefit Areas
  Climate
  Health
Resource Status
  intermittentOperation
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Last Update Date
  2010-12-16
Date Modified
  2010-12-16