Air The CU AMAX-DOAS instrument will be deployed on the NOAA Twin Otter in the summer of 2023 as part of the Coastal Urban Plume Dynamics Study (CUPiDS) to examine urban and marine chemistry in the New York City area.
The CU 1D-MAX-DOAS instrument was deployed at the Salt Lake City Utah Department of Air Quality Inland Port Site to measure halogens generated by the production of magnesium at the largest magnesium plant in the United States.
Air The CU AMAX-DOAS instrument was deployed on the NOAA Twin Otter along with the NOAA wind lidar in the summer of 2021 for several test flights in preparation for the 2023 CUPiDS project.
Land The CU 1D-MAX-DOAS instrument was deployed at Storm Peak Laboratory (3220 M. S. L.) near Steamboat Springs, Colorado, to measure bromine monoxide (BrO) in the continental free troposphere. Bromine plays an important role in the oxidation of atmospheric mercury.
Air In preparation for the NSF TI3GER (Technological Innovation Into Iodine and GV aircraft Environmental Research) airborne field campaign, a custom-built laminar flow inlet for sampling condensable vapors was developed and tested. Additionally, the Airborne MAX-DOAS (AMAX-DOAS) inertial system (INS) was updated.
Land Maido Observatory on Réunion Island is located at 2km elevation on a remote island in the southern Indian Ocean, enabling long-term sampling of the tropical free troposphere. During the 2018 Intensive Observation Period (IOP), a comprehensive suite of instruments, including the CU 1D-MAX-DOAS, acquired data on particle occurrence and their precursors.
Land FRAPPÉ - Front Range Air Pollution And Photochemistry Éxperiment FRAPPÉ is a collaborative effort between the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment, the University of Colorado and Colorado State University, UC Berkeley, and other university collaborators, local projects and agencies including local school districts, NASA, NOAA, and NCAR. This mission will be closely coordinated with the NASA DISCOVER-AQ project, which has agreed to conduct their final aircraft deployment in the Colorado Front Range.
Air Deployment of the AMAX-DOAS in the Tropical Tropopause Layer (TTL) over the Western Pacific "warm pool" to investigate convective transport of atmosperic gases as part of the CONTRAST Field Campaign
Air Investigation of the influence of air-sea exchange of reactive halogen species and OVOC in the free troposphere over the Eastern tropical Pacific Ocean during the TORERO Field Project
Land Ground based CU-MAX-DOAS measurements were carried out to measure vertical column abundances, and investigate vertical distributions of Secondary Organic Aerosol (SOA) precursors during the CALNEX / CARES Field Projects