Deepak Online My Account  Cart Contents  Checkout  
  Home » Catalog » A. Deepak Publishers » ADP-vol149 My Account  |  Cart Contents  |  Checkout   
Categories
A. Deepak Publishers (44)
Deepak Heritage Books-> (27)
Meetings, Conference and Courses-> (1)
Publishers
What's New? more
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN CONSTRUCTIVE DHARMA: Volume I
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN CONSTRUCTIVE DHARMA: Volume I
$24.95
Quick Find
 
Use keywords to find the product you are looking for.
Advanced Search
Information
Shipping & Returns
Privacy Notice
Conditions of Use
Contact Us
The Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment ACE at 10:
[ADP-vol149]
$120.00

The Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment ACE at 10: A Solar Occultation Anthology

Peter Bernath, Editor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, Virginia, USA


ACE is a very successful small satellite mission that is measuring the concentrations of more than 40 atmospheric constituents by absorption spectroscopy using the Sun as a light source. The initial principal goal of the ACE mission was to make ozone-related measurements in the stratosphere, but is now making observations that range from organic molecules associated with pollution in the troposphere to carbon dioxide trends in the lower thermosphere. The ACE instruments are an infrared Fourier transform spectrometer (FTS), a UV/visible/near IR spectrograph (MAESTRO) and a two-channel solar imager, all working in solar occultation mode. The high-resolution (0.02 cm–1) FTS is the primary instrument on the satellite, and it covers the mid-infrared spectral region (750–4400 cm–1). After 10 years in orbit, this book overviews and celebrates the ACE mission.

The book is based in part on the presentations made at the joint ACE-SAGE-III-ISS science team meeting held at Old Dominion University on October 15–17, 2012. In addition to ACE-related chapters, contributions associated with other limb-sounding instruments including ALTIUS, SMILES, SOFIE,HALOE, and SAGE II are also included.

Contents
  • Preface
    Peter F. Bernath
  • Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE): Scientific Highlights
    Peter F. Bernath
  • From ATMOS to ACE: Some Highlights of Science and Teamwork
    Gloria L. Manney
  • SCISAT-1 Spacecraft
    Ian Walkty and Ken Kohut
  • ACE-FTS Hardware and Level 1 Processing
    Henry L. Buijs, Marc-André Soucy, and Richard L. Lachance
  • MAESTRO: The Scisat UV-Visible-Near IR Instrument
    C. Thomas McElroy, David V. Barton, Caroline R. Nowlan, and James R. Drummond
  • Version 3 Retrievals for the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment Fourier Transform Spectrometer (ACE-FTS)
    Chris D. Boone, Kaley A. Walker, and Peter F. Bernath
  • The ACE Imagers
    Kathleen L. Gilbert
  • Ground Systems for the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE)
    Ryan C. Hughes and Stephen Constable
  • Calibration and Validation Program for the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE) on SCISAT Kaley A. Walker
  • The ALTIUS Mission: A Belgian Spectral Imager for the Remote Sensing of the Earth Atmosphere
    E. Dekemper, F. Vanhellemont, N. Mateshvili, D. Pieroux, G. Franssens, and D. Fussen
  • Overview of SMILES Observations
    Makoto Suzuki, Takuki Sano, and Masato Shiotani
  • The Solar Occultation For Ice Experiment (SOFIE)
    Mark E. Hervig and Martin J. McHugh
  • New Insights on Mesospheric Ice Layers Uncovered by ACE-FTS
    Svetlana V. Petelina
  • Hemispheric Differences in Mesopause-region Temperature Associated with the Presence of Polar Mesospheric Clouds Determined from ACE-FTS Satellite Measurements
    Zeyu Y. Fan, Robert J. Sica, Kaley A. Walker, Chris Boone, and Peter F. Bernath
  • Developing the ACE Stratospheric Chlorine Inventory
    Ray Nassar
  • Recent Trend Anomaly of Hydrogen Chloride (HCl) at Northern Mid-Latitudes Derived from Jungfraujoch, HALOE and ACE-FTS Infrared Solar Observations
    Emmanuel Mahieu, Rodolphe Zander, Peter F. Bernath, Christopher D. Boone, and Kaley A. Walker
  • A Comparison of Decadal-Scale Responses and Trends in Stratospheric Ozone from SAGE II and HALOE
    Ellis E. Remsberg
  • Solar Occultation Measurements of Atmospheric Pressure and Temperature from the A- and B-bands of Molecular Oxygen
    Caroline R. Nowlan, James R. Drummond, Thomas McElroy, and David V. Barton
  • Laboratory Spectroscopic Measurements of Organic Molecules for ACE-FTS Retrievals
    Jeremy J. Harrison
  • GEM-AC: A Stratospheric-Tropospheric Global and Regional Model for Air Quality and Climate Change—Evaluation of Gas-Phase Properties
    Alexandru Lupu, Kirill Semeniuk, Jacek W. Kaminski, and John C. McConnell
  • Evaluation of Stratospheric Temperature and Water Vapor from GEM using ACE-FTS and MLS Measurements
    Abdulla Mamun, Jacek Kaminski, Alexandru Lupu, Kirill Semeniuk, and John C. McConnell
  • Carbon Dioxide Atmospheric Vertical Profiles Retrieved from Space Observation Using ACE-FTS Solar Occultation Instrument
    Pierre-Yves Foucher, Alain Chédin, Raymond Armante, Cyril Crevoisier, Chris Boone, and Peter Bernath
  • The Chemical and Aerosol Sounding Satellite (CASS) Mission as a Solution for Global Climate Quality Atmospheric Composition Measurements
    Stella M. L. Melo, Kaley A. Walker, and Doug Degenstein
  • Appendix: ACE Publications
  • Author Index
 
ISBN 978-0-937194-54-9, 2013, Softcover, 352 pages, US$120.00.

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 04 November, 2013.
Reviews
Shopping Cart more
0 items
Publisher Info
ADP
ADP Homepage
Other products
Notifications more
NotificationsNotify me of updates to The Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment ACE at 10:
Tell A Friend
 
Tell someone you know about this product.
Reviews more
Write ReviewWrite a review on this product!

Copyright © 2017 Deepak Online
Deepak Heritage Books (dhb@stcnet.com)
15 Research Drive,
Hampton, Virginia 23666-1393 USA
Orders and subscriptions:
P.O. Box 2130, Poquoson, VA 23662
Tel: (757) 766-5830; Fax: (757) 865-1294