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https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-8-2233-2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-8-2233-2015
Research article
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01 Jun 2015
Research article |  | 01 Jun 2015

Continuous measurements of greenhouse gases and atmospheric oxygen at the Namib Desert Atmospheric Observatory

E. J. Morgan, J. V. Lavrič, T. Seifert, T. Chicoine, A. Day, J. Gomez, R. Logan, J. Sack, T. Shuuya, E. G. Uushona, K. Vincent, U. Schultz, E.-G. Brunke, C. Labuschagne, R. L. Thompson, S. Schmidt, A. C. Manning, and M. Heimann

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We describe the analytical techniques used in the creation of a new background site for continuous measurements of greenhouse gases, carbon monoxide, and atmospheric oxygen in the Namib Desert. The measurement system is semi-automated and optimized for operation in a remote locale. Measurement uncertainties, gas handling, calibration schemes, drift corrections, and instrument performance are discussed.