Lake Michigan Ozone Study

Atmospheric Composition

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The Campaign

The Lake Michigan Ozone Study (LMOS) was a joint venture between several agencies including NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It was a project designed to study the formation of ozone and other trace gases along the coast of Lake Michigan in hopes of improving air quality modeling and gaining a better understanding of how ozone forms in lakeshore gradient regions. LMOS had one deployment, which took place from 22 May 2017 to 22 June 2017. During this time, airborne observations from NASA’s B-200 and Scientific Aviation’s Mooney aircraft were used in conjunction with observations made from ship, vehicle and ground site instrumentation.

LMOS 2017

2017-05-22 — 2017-06-22


Lake Michigan

boreal summer


N: 45°N

S: 40°N

W: 90°W

E: 85°W

Additional Notes

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OZONE
OZONE CONCENTRATION
TRACE GASES
AIR QUALITY
AIR QUALITY FORECASTING
AIR POLLUTION
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    6 CDCPs

    mid-latitude geography

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External Link10.5067/Suborbital/LMOS/TraceGas_SurfaceMobile_UWEC-Auto_Data_1
External Link10.5067/Suborbital/LMOS/MetNav_AircraftInSitu_UC12_Data_1

NASA, NSF, EPA, NOAA, Electric Power Research Institute, LADCO

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Brad Pierce

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EPA, EPRI, LADCO, NOAA, NSF

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