STRAT Instruments

ER-2 Instruments

  • J. Anderson (Harvard): High-altitude OH experiment (HOx)
  • E. Atlas (NCAR) Whole Air Sampler (WAS)
  • K. Boering (Harvard): High-sensitivity fast-response CO2 instrument
  • T. Paul Bui (NASA Ames): ER-2 meteorological measurement system
  • J. W. Elkins (NOAA Climate Monitoring & Diagnostics Lab) and D. W. Fahey (NOAA Aeronomy Lab): Four-channel Airborne Chromatograph for Atmospheric Trace Species (ACATS-IV)
  • D. W. Fahey (NOAA Aeronomy Lab): NOy
  • B. Gary (NASA JPL): Microwave temperature profiler
  • E. Hintsa, E. Weinstock, and J. G. Anderson (Harvard): Water vapor and ozone
  • M. Lowenstein (NASA Ames): Airborne tunable laser absorption spectrometer (ATLAS)
  • C.T. McElroy (Atmospheric Environmental Service, Environment Canada): Composition and photodissociative flux measurement (CPFM or UV-VIS)
  • M. Proffitt (NOAA Aeronomy Lab) and J. Margitan (NASA JPL): Dual-beam UV-absorption ozone photometer
  • C. Webster (NASA JPL): Aircraft (ER-2) laser infrared absorption spectrometer (ALIAS) for in situ stratospheric measurements of N2O, CH4, CO, HCL, and NO2
  • J. C. Wilson (U. Denver): ER-2 condensation nucleus counter II (ER-2 CNC II)
  • J. C. Wilson (U. Denver): Focused cavity aerosol spectrometer II9 FCAS II)

Balloon and Remotely Piloted Aircraft Instruments

  • J. W. Elkins (NOAA Climate Monitoring & Diagnostics Lab) and D. W. Fahey (NOAA Aeronomy Lab): Lightweight Airborne Chromatograph Experiment (LACE)
  • M. Lowenstein (NASA Ames): Argus, an atmospheric tracer instrument
  • J. Margitan (NASA JPL): Balloon dual-beam UV I ozone photometer
  • G. Toon (NASA JPL): Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) MkIV baloon interferometer
  • C. Webster (NASA JPL): Aircraft laser infrared absorption spectrometer (ALIASiII) for in situ stratospheric measurements of N2O, CH4, CO, HCL, and NO2 from a balloon platform
  • S. Wofsy (Harvard): High altitude fast-response CO2 instrument
  • S. Wofsy (Harvard): Lightweight dual-channel NO/NOy

Satellite Instruments

  • M. P. McCormick (NASA Langley): Stratospheric aerosol and gas experiment (SAGE) II/III
  • R. B. Pierce (NASA Langley): Halogen occultation experiment (HALOE)--data analysis in support of NASA STRAT campaign
  • Y. M. Timofeyev (St. Petersburg, Russia), V. V. Ivanov (Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow), and R. Furrer (Free University of Berlin): Atmospheric sensors on the MIR space station's Priroda module: DOPI (double pedulum interferometer) FTIR-spectrometer, ISTOK-I multichannel infrared spectroradiometer, and OZONE-MIR four-channel scanning diffraction spectrometer

Theoretical Investigations

  • R. J. Atkinson and D. W. Waugh (CRC-SHM, Monash U., Melbourne): CRC-SHM participation in STRAT: analysis, modeling and prediction of transport and photochemistry in the lower stratosphere
  • M. Hitchmann (U. of Wisconsin): Dynamical studies using STRAT data
  • M. Ko (AER, Cambridge, MA): The implications of modified transport rates in model predictions
  • M. McElroy (Harvard): Utilization of the STRAT data for the validation of assessment models
  • A. O'Neill (U. of Reading, UK): Comparisons between STRAT aircraft measurements and GCM dynamics and chemistry
  • L. Pfister (NASA Ames) and H. Selkirk (Space Physics Research Inst., Sunnyvale, CA): Meteorological support and analysis for STRAT
  • R. A. Plumb: Large-scale stratospheric transport processes
  • R. Salawitch (NASA JPL): Theoretical studies of stratospheric chemistry and transport using aircraft data
  • M. Schoeberl (NASA GSFC): Meteorological analysis for STRAT
  • S. Strahan (NASA GSFC): Flight planning and constituent modeling using the GEOS-I data assimilation system