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Comparisons of CH4 satellite GOSAT and ground-based FTIR measurements near Saint-Petersburg (59.9° N, 29.8° E)

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Author(s): N. M. Gavrilov | M. V. Makarova | A. V. Poberovskii | Yu. M. Timofeyev

Journal: Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions
ISSN 1867-8610

Volume: 6;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 7041;
Date: 2013;
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ABSTRACT
Atmospheric methane column-mean mole fractions measured with ground-based Fourier-transform spectroscopy near Saint-Petersburg, Russia (59.9° N, 29.8° E) are compared with similar data obtained with the Japanese GOSAT satellite in years 2009–2012. Average CH4 mole fractions for the GOSAT data version V01.xx are by −13 ppb less than the corresponding values obtained from ground-based measurements on the same date (with standard deviation ~ 26 ppb). For the GOSAT data version V02.xx the average difference is ~ 4 ppb and standard deviation ~ 15 ppb. This shows that FTIR spectroscopic observations near Saint-Petersburg could agree with GOSAT satellite data.
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