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@Article{ThompsonSWSJMGVDPAPKCACMSPTZBWNSRCDMMO:2019:OzQuAs,
               author = "Thompson, Anne M. and Smit, Herman G. J. and Witte, Jacquelyn C. 
                         and Stauffer, Ryan M. and Johnson, Bryan J. and Morris, G. and von 
                         der Gathern, Peter and Van Malderen, Roeland and Davies, Jonathan 
                         and Piters, Ankie and Allaart, Marc and Posny, Fran{\c{c}}oise 
                         and Kivi, Rigel and Cullis, Patrick and Anh, Nguyen Thi Hoang and 
                         Corrales, Ernesto and Machinini, Tshidi and Silva, Francisco 
                         Raimundo da and Paiman, George and Thiong'o, Kennedy and Zainal, 
                         Zamuna and Brothers, George B. and Wolff, Katherine R. and Nakano, 
                         Tatsumi and St{\"u}bi, Rene and Romannens, Gonzague and Coetzee, 
                         Gert J. R. and Diaz, Jorge A. and Mitro, Sukarni and Mohamad, 
                         Maznorizan and Ogino, Shin-Ya",
          affiliation = "{NASA Goddard Space Flight Center} and Institute of Chemistry and 
                         Dynamics of the Geosphere: Troposphere, J{\"u}lich Research 
                         Centre, J{\"u}lich, Germany and {NASA Goddard Space Flight 
                         Center} and {NASA Goddard Space Flight Center} and Global 
                         Monitoring Division, NOAA/Earth System Research Laboratory and 
                         Natural Sciences, St. Edward's University and {Alfred Wegener 
                         Institute} and {Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium} and 
                         {Environment and Climate Change Canada} and {Royal Dutch 
                         Meteorological Institute} and {Royal Dutch Meteorological 
                         Institute} and Laboratoire de l’Atmosph{\`e}re et des Cyclones, 
                         UMR8105, Universit{\'e} de la R{\'e}union and Finnish 
                         Meteorological Institute, Sodankyl{\"a} and Global Monitoring 
                         Division, NOAA/Earth System Research Laboratory and {Vietnam 
                         Meteorological Hydrological Administration} and {University of 
                         Costa Rica} and {South African Weather Service} and {Instituto 
                         Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and {Meteorological 
                         Service of Suriname} and {Kenyan Meteorological Department} and 
                         Atmospheric Science and Cloud Seeding Division, Malaysian 
                         Meteorological Department and {NASA Wallops Flight Facility} and 
                         {Science Systems and Applications Inc.} and {Japan Meteorological 
                         Agency} and MeteoSwiss and MeteoSwiss and {South African Weather 
                         Service} and {University of Costa Rica} and {} and Atmospheric 
                         Science and Cloud Seeding Division, Malaysian Meteorological 
                         Department and {Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and 
                         Technology}",
                title = "Ozonesonde quality assurancethe josie-shadoz (2017) experience",
              journal = "Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society",
                 year = "2019",
               volume = "100",
               number = "1",
                pages = "155--171",
                month = "Jan.",
             abstract = "The ozonesonde is a small balloon-borne instrument that is 
                         attached to a standard radiosonde to measure profiles of ozone 
                         from the surface to 35 km with \∼100-m vertical resolution. 
                         Ozonesonde data constitute a mainstay of satellite calibration and 
                         are used for climatologies and analysis of trends, especially in 
                         the lower stratosphere where satellites are most uncertain. The 
                         electrochemical concentration cell (ECC) ozonesonde has been 
                         deployed at \∼100 stations worldwide since the 1960s, with 
                         changes over time in manufacture and procedures, including details 
                         of the cell chemical solution and data processing. As a 
                         consequence, there are biases among different stations and 
                         discontinuities in profile time series from individual site 
                         records. For 22 years the J{\"u}lich (Germany) Ozonesonde 
                         Intercomparison Experiment (JOSIE) has periodically tested 
                         ozonesondes in a simulation chamber designated the World 
                         Calibration Centre for Ozonesondes (WCCOS) by WMO. During 
                         OctoberNovember 2017 a JOSIE campaign evaluated the sondes and 
                         procedures used in Southern Hemisphere Additional Ozonesondes 
                         (SHADOZ), a 14-station sonde network operating in the tropics and 
                         subtropics. A distinctive feature of the 2017 JOSIE was that the 
                         tests were conducted by operators from eight SHADOZ stations. 
                         Experimental protocols for the SHADOZ sonde configurations, which 
                         represent most of those in use today, are described, along with 
                         preliminary results. SHADOZ stations that follow WMO-recommended 
                         protocols record total ozone within 3% of the JOSIE reference 
                         instrument. These results and prior JOSIEs demonstrate that 
                         regular testing is essential to maintain best practices in 
                         ozonesonde operations and to ensure high-quality data for the 
                         satellite and ozone assessment communities.",
                  doi = "10.1175/BAMS-D-17-0311.1",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-17-0311.1",
                 issn = "0003-0007",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "thompson_ozonesonde.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "28 nov. 2020"
}


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