Zepplin Carbon dioxide and trace gas concentrations + aerosols (Carbon dioxide and trace gas)

Updated 2017-05-08

At the Zeppelin Station on Svalbard, Stockholm University, Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES) measures trends in atmospheric carbon dioxide in background atmosphere (Table 4, #1.6, Table 5, ##3–4). In collaboration with NOAA/CMDL in Boulder, USA, air is regularly sampled in flasks for analysis of CO2, CH4, CO, 13CO2, H2, N2O, SF6, and 18O in CO2. At the top of the micrometeorological tower (102 m) at Norunda north of Uppsala, carbon dioxide and methane concentrations are also measured (Fig. 2, Table 5, #5). Other sites for CO2 measurements are the flux sites described below. Air samples are taken at 10 sites in northern Sweden for analysis of SO2, NO2, and surface-near ozone (Fig. 2, Table 4, #1.2) in the air- and precipitation chemistry network. At the Zeppelin Station on Svalbard, Stockholm University, Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES) also measures the amount and composition of aerosols in the background atmosphere. Measurements include particle concentration and size distribution, light absorption and scattering, and cloud residual properties (cloud residuals are the particles which took part in cloud droplet or ice crystal formation)

Time frame

Status
Ongoing
Project time span
2000 -
Data collection
2000 -
Data processing
2000 -
Data reporting
2000 -

Contact information

Contact person
Radovan Krejci
Address
Radovan.Krejci@aces.su.se
Phone
+46 8 6747224
Fax
+46 8 674 7325
Email
es.us.seca@icjerK.navodaR
Other project contacts
http://www.npolar.no/en/about-us/stations-vessels/zeppelin/

Parameters and Media

Parameter groups measured/observed/modelled
Climate change effects
Media sampled/studied/modelled
Air/aerosol
Additional information or further specification of types of data / information collected, species / tissues / organs sampled, etc.
clouds

Geography

Regions studied
Svalbard
Stations or areas where observations are made
Ny Ålesund

Data availability

Data availability and access
EBAS or contact: Radovan.Krejci@aces.su.se
References to key publications (or planned publications) and data reports
Tunved P., J. Ström and R. Krejci, Arctic aerosol life cycle: linking aerosol size distributions observed between 2000 and 2010 with air mass transport and precipitation at Zeppelin station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard, Atmos. Chem. Phys., Vol. 13, pp: 3643-3660, 2013, doi:10.5194/acp-13-3643-2013, www.atmos-chem-phys.net/13/3643/2013/ Engvall, A.-C., R. Krejci, J. Ström, R. Treffeisen, R. Scheele, O. Hermansen, and J. Paatero, Changes in aerosol properties during spring-summer period in the Arctic troposphere, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Vol. 8, 445-462, www.atmos-chem-phys.net/8/445/2008/, 2008, Ström, J., A.-C. Engvall, F. Delbart, R. Krejci and Treffeisen, R., On small particles in the Arctic summer boundary layer: observations at two different heights near Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard, Tellus B – Chemical and Physical Meteorology, Vol 61, Issue: 2, doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0889.2008.00412.x, 2009
Samples/specimens archived in specimen banks?
No

Methods & Procedures

Procedures and methodology used for, e.g., sampling and sample storage, sample pretreatment, extraction and analysis, including which laboratories are involved, references to methods employed, etc.
on line techniques

Additional Information

Is this a bi- AND multi-lateral project (i.e. a project involving cooperation between different countries)?
No
Other institutes involved in the project
NPI, Norway NILU, Norway KOPRI, South Korea
Is this project reporting to other organizations/programmes?
EBAS, GAW
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