Atmospheric Vertical Observations of CO2 in the Earth's Troposphere
The Atmospheric Vertical Observations of CO2 in the Earth's Troposphere (AVOCET) is a spectrometer that samples CO2 in the atmosphere. It has a rich history in field campaigns, having flown in its first during 1992. AVOCET is still being used by research scientists to study CO2 in the troposphere, and has flown as recently as 2019 for FIREX-AQ. AVOCET operated by sensing the difference in light absorption occurring in the air sample and chosen reference gases. This allows for precise measurements.
A. Beyersdorf, Stephanie A. Vay, Joshua P. DiGangi
Joshua P. DiGangi
Deep Convective Clouds & Chemistry
Northeastern Colorado, West Texas to Central Oklahoma, Northern Alabama
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