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All-Sky cloud imager data from the high-Arctic ASCOS expedition 2008

An all-sky cloud imager consists of a polished half-spherical dome mirror with a camera on top looking down. The camera takes images of the dome, which...

ASCOS — Arctic Summer Cloud Ocean Study

The Arctic Summer Cloud Ocean Study (ASCOS) was a scientific expedition to the high Arctic in summer 2008, during the International Polar Year (IPY), which was...

Ceilometer backscatter and cloud base height measurements from the high-Arctic ASCOS expedition 2008

The height to the lowest cloud base, or to more than one cloud base in the case when the lowest cloud layer does not cover the whole sky, was measured by three...

Ceilometer measurements, FMI, from the high-Arctic ASCOS expedition 2008

The height to the lowest cloud base, or to more than one cloud base in the case when the lowest cloud layer does not cover the whole sky, was measured by three...

Oden ceilometer cloud data from the high-Arctic ASCOS expedition 2008

The height to the lowest cloud base, or to more than one cloud base in the case when the lowest cloud layer does not cover the whole sky, was measured by three...

Present weather sensor visibility and precipitation data from the Arctic Ocean 2016 expedition

Measurements of visibility, precipitation type and intensity, and the corresponding WMO (World Meteorological Organization) weather codes, from the present...

Visibility and present weather observations from the high-Arctic ASCOS expedition 2008

Visibility data was collected using a Vaisala visibility sensor based on forward scattered laser light deployed on the aft starboard side on the 7th deck of...