Good science is not just about collecting data, but it must also include sharing that data with the rest of the scientific community. We have put a great deal of effort into making our data sets (and data products) accessible to anyone who would like to sort through them. In fact, it is our hope that other researchers will take advantage of this unique data sets and hopefully find new and important results that we have yet to find.
The SHADOZ (Southern Hemisphere Additional Ozonesondes) project is an ozonesonde network maintained by Dr. Anne Thompson as well as others. Its purpose is to provide a sampling of ozone in the troposphere throughout the southern tropics. Dating from 1998 onwards, this data collection contains almost weekly soundings at many of the network's stations, and provides a perfect backdrop for analyzing recent ozone trends in this region.
The Tropical Tropospheric Ozone site is where we've archived our satellite derived tropospheric ozone column maps, for the region between -10 and 10 lat. The data begins in 1979 and has been processed up to 2002. We are currently working on getting this data product up to date.
The Nittany Atmospheric Trailer and Integrated Validation Experiment (NATIVE) is a mobile atmospheric research facility designed for satellite validation, air quality monitoring, study of pollution transport and deposition, and a tool for educational outreach. NATIVE participated at several field missions (INTEX-B, WAVES, and TC4) and data can be accessed from their respective sites.
The Arctic Intensive Ozonesonde Network (ARCIONS) data was collected from sites all over North America in support of the ARCTAS campaign to study Arctic Tropospheric Chemistry, especially its relationship to boreal wildfires.
The CAPABLE data was collected in Hampton Virginia as a pilot study for the upcoming GEO-CAPE mission and to further study surface chemistry.