Continuous measurements of greenhouse gases and particles to monitor changes in the atmosphere. The programme is operated by Norwegian Institute of Air Research (NILU) on behalf of Norwegian Environment Agency. The Zeppelin Observatory is a major contributor of data on a global as well as a regional scale.The programme is decribed in the link.
Norwegian Environment Agency: Camilla Fossum Pettersen (firstname.lastname@example.org). The programme is operated by Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU) on behalf of NEA. Contact person: Cathrine Lund Myhre
All Norwegian data, including metadata are public after their release through annual reporting in Norwegian Environment Agency reports.
Data can be downloaded from http://ebas.nilu.no/
Zeppelin trace gas data; http://ebas.nilu.no/DataSets.aspx?stations=NO0042G&InstrumentTypes=online_gc,steel_canister,tracegas_monitor&fromDate=1970-01-01&toDate=2016-12-31
The measurement programme includes 25 long lived greenhouse gases (CFCs, HCFCs, HFCs, halons, hydrogenated hydrocarbons SF6, CO, N2O, CH4, CO2 aerosol optical depth (AOD). These observations are partly included in the national monitoring programme, and partly activities financed and performed on the initiative of NILU. Also measurements of aerosol number and size distribution, light attenuation ("black carbon") , light scattering are performed at the observatory. These measurements are under the responsibility of ITM, University of Stockholm.
The halocarbon measurements are in accordance with AGAGE QA/QC procedures, the reactive trace gases and aerosol measurements are in accordance with ACTRIS QA/QC. The Zeppelin Observatory are in progress of being ICOS labelled for the CO2, CH4, CO.
Norwegian Environment Agency, NILU - Norwegian Institute for Air Research
UNFCCC (UNFCCC), Advanced Global Atmospheric Gases Experiment (AGAGE), Montreal Protocol (Montreal Protocol). Aerosol data are reported to ACTRIS and EMEP, Zeppelin is in the process of beeing ICOS class 1 site.