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Posters GI2.1/AS4.2

GI2.1/AS4.2

Atmospheric and Meteorological Instrumentation (co-organized)
Convener: Jothiram Vivekanandan  | Co-Conveners: Mike Rose , Christoph Waldmann , Manfred Lange , Guifu Zhang 
Orals
 / Thu, 16 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room B12
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 17 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Friday, 17 April 2015, 10:30–12:00
Red Posters
R384
EGU2015-14091
MetNH3: Metrology for ammonia in ambient air
Christine Braban, Marsailidh Twigg, Sim Tang, Daiana Leuenberger, Valerio Ferracci, Nick Martin, Celine Pascale, Tuomas Hieta, Andrea Pogany, Stefan Persijn, Janneke van Wijk, Holger Gerwig, Klaus Wirtze, Carlo Tiebe, David Balslev-Harder, and Bernhardt Niederhausen

R385
EGU2015-10908
Open hardware air quality station for monitoring ozone in port area
Marco Massabo, Marco Lima, Adriano Fedi, Daniele Ferrari, Fabio Pintus, and Gabriele Bruzzone

R386
EGU2015-13551
Technical aspects of the development of a dual channel airborne hygrometer
David Tatrai, Gabor Gulyas, Ervin Jasz, Noemi Bors, Zoltan Bozoki, and Gabor Szabo

R387
EGU2015-6158
AIRQino, a low-cost air quality mobile platform
Alessandro Zaldei, Carolina Vagnoli, Sara Di Lonardo, Beniamino Gioli, Giovanni Gualtieri, Piero Toscano, Francesca Martelli, and Alessandro Matese

R388
EGU2015-12037
The ICOS Sweden technology
Achim Grelle and Bengt Norén

R389
EGU2015-10933
Coherence between multi-instrument and multi-model atmospheric moisture retrievals and a ground-based Raman-lidar reference in the framework of the HyMeX SOP 1
Patrick Chazette, Cyrille Flamant, Julien Totems, Xiaoxia Shangt, Jean-Christophe Raut, Sophie Boufies-Cloche, Alexis Doerenbecher, and Véronique Ducrocq

R390
EGU2015-8602
Can anisotropic conductivity in the lower ionosphere and in the Earth's crust be studied by Schumann resonance transients?
Brigitta Ludván, József Bór, Péter Steinbach, Attila Novák, and Gabriella Sátori

R391
EGU2015-13894
Cloud characterization using a particle-counter dropsonde
Zbigniew Ulanowski, Paul Henry Kaye, Edwin Hirst, Andreas Wieser, and Warren Stanley

R392
EGU2015-7601
Comparison of stratospheric temperature profiles from a ground-based microwave radiometer with lidar, radiosonde and satellite data
Francisco Navas-Guzmán, Niklaus Kämpfer, Alexander Haefele, Philippe Keckhut, and Alain Hauchecorne

R393
EGU2015-5007 | presentation
A holographic improvement to traditional Optical Array Probes
Jacob Fugal and Stephan Borrmann

R394
EGU2015-9452
HOLOGondel: A novel in-situ cloud measurement platform on a cable car with a digital holographic imager
Alexander Beck, Jan Henneberger, Zamin Kanji, and Ulrike Lohmann

R395
EGU2015-7137
Tomographic retrieval for scattered light limb measurements: multiple spectral fit windows to improve the spatial resolution
Janis Pukite, Steffen Dörner, and Thomas Wagner

R396
EGU2015-15185
High Spectral Resolution Lidar: System Calibration
J. (Vivek) Vivekanandan, Bruce Morley, Scott Spuler, and Edwin Eloranta

R397 EGU2015-7069
A Raman lidar in Reunion Island to monitor the water vapor up to the UT/LS of the (sub)tropics (withdrawn)
Hélène Vérèmes, Jean-Luc Baray, Philippe Keckhut, Jean-Pierre Cammas, Davide Dionisi, Valentin Duflot, Franck Gabarrot, Guillaume Payen, Jimmy Leclair De Bellevue, Françoise Posny, and Stéphanie Evan

R398
EGU2015-2072
A new method for the evaluation of the direct effect of the ship traffic on PAHs
Elena Gregoris, Silvia De Pieri, Elena Barbaro, Rossano Piazza, Andrea Gambaro, and Daniele Contini

R399
EGU2015-1971
Recent developments in the WegenerNet high-resolution climate station network
Jürgen Fuchsberger, Gottfried Kirchengast, Thomas Kabas, Christoph Bichler, and Robert Galovic

R400
EGU2015-2092
Results from A Simple Infrared Atmospheric Radiometer
Abdullrahman maghrabi and Rpger Clay

R401
EGU2015-3807
Astronomical spectra as powerful source for airglow studies
Wolfgang Kausch, Stefan Noll, Stefanie Unterguggenberger, Bastian Proxauf, and Stefan Kimeswenger

R402
EGU2015-4925
Advances in Evapotranspiration measured with Scintillometry
Oscar Hartogensis, Bram Van Kesteren, Harald Czekala, and Henk De Bruin