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Estimation of the Daytime and Nighttime Distribution of Atmospheric Ozone from Ground-Based Millimeter Wavelength Measurements

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  • 1 The Ivan A. Getting Laboratories, The Aerospace Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. 90009
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Abstract

The daytime and nighttirne distribution of the ozone density in the atmosphere has been determined from ground-based measurements of the emission spectra of the strong 40,4 = 41,3 rotational line of ozone at 101.737 GHz (λ = 2.9 mm), using a least-squares parameter estimation technique. The inversion procedure is described, and a linearized model is used to obtain approximate error bounds on the ozone parameter estimates.

Abstract

The daytime and nighttirne distribution of the ozone density in the atmosphere has been determined from ground-based measurements of the emission spectra of the strong 40,4 = 41,3 rotational line of ozone at 101.737 GHz (λ = 2.9 mm), using a least-squares parameter estimation technique. The inversion procedure is described, and a linearized model is used to obtain approximate error bounds on the ozone parameter estimates.

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