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VALID_Final_Report_2008_2010.pdf

Report of VALID project: Final Report 2008-2010

VALID_Annual_Report_2008_rev2.pdf

VALID annual report: in 2008 this project has supported and performed the quality assessment of ozone and temperature profiles retrieved from ENVISAT data using lidar data. This part of the project is coordinated by RIVM and is the Multi-Mission successor of the Envisat Quality Assessment with Lidar project (EQUAL, 2003-2007). New in the VALID project is the comparison of operational cloud and aerosol products from satellites with measurements performed by ground-based lidars in EARLINET. This part is coordinated by CNR-IMAA

TN_ADF2_issue6.2.pdf

MIPAS Level 2 Auxiliary Data File Technical Note

TN-DFUB-MR-2010-02.pdf

TN-DFUB-MR-2010-02 ORM Verification Report

TN-BIRA-IASB-MultiTASTE-FR-iss1revC-Oct2012.pdf

The present document is the final report of the three-year Multi-TASTE project (October 2008-October 2011). Multi-TASTE has provided ESA with MULTI-mission Technical ASsistance To the validation of atmospheric composition data acquired by Envisat and Third Party Missions (TPM)

TASTE_Update_Report_0503a.pdf

TASTE - Correlative Database status and validation highlights, March 2005. The TASTE project provides ESA with Technical ASsistance To Envisat atmospheric chemistry validation throughout the satellite lifetime. The project involves an international consortium gathering complementary expertise in remote sensing and satellite validation. Main tasks relate to the coordination of the consortium, the collection and delivery of correlative data to the ENVISAT Cal/Val database operated at NILU on behalf of ESA, geophysical validation studies based on comparisons between ENVISAT (GOMOS, MIPAS and SCIAMACHY) and ground-based data sets, and the valorisation of the validation results after concerted consolidation

TASTE_AR2_2005.pdf

Anual Report#2: February 2005 - February 2006. The TASTE project provides ESA with Technical ASsistance To Envisat atmospheric chemistry validation throughout the satellite lifetime. The project involves an international consortium gathering complementary expertise in remote sensing and satellite validation. Main tasks relate to the coordination of the consortium, the collection and delivery of correlative data to the ENVISAT Cal/Val database operated at NILU on behalf of ESA, geophysical validation studies based on comparisons between ENVISAT (GOMOS, MIPAS and SCIAMACHY) and ground-based data sets, and the valorisation of the validation results after concerted consolidation

TASTE_Annual_Report_2004.pdf

Anual Report#1: 2004. The TASTE project provides ESA with Technical ASsistance To Envisat atmospheric chemistry validation throughout the satellite lifetime. The project involves an international consortium gathering complementary expertise in remote sensing and satellite validation. Main tasks relate to the coordination of the consortium, the collection and delivery of correlative data to the ENVISAT Cal/Val database operated at NILU on behalf of ESA, geophysical validation studies based on comparisons between ENVISAT (GOMOS, MIPAS and SCIAMACHY) and ground-based data sets, and the valorisation of the validation results after concerted consolidation

Saavedra_ASC2009_Monitoring.pdf

The ENVISAT Atmospheric Chemistry missions: Monitoring Status and Evolution - Poster about the ENVISAT Atmospheric-Chemistry instruments presented at the ASC Atmospheric Science Conference 2009 (Barcelona 7 - 11 Sep 2009)

PO-TN-BOM-GS-0012_L1B_ATBD_v1c.pdf

MIPAS Level 1B Algorithm Theoretical Baseline Document

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