Availability of Archived Data from SAM Sensor Field Stations - Level 1 and Level 2 Processed Data

 

Notice to Users:

The public domain data that you may download from this repository are contributed by SAM site Principal Investigator(s) (PIs). Each site has one or more PIs that is responsible for deployment, maintenance and data collection. PIs have priority use of the data collected at their sites. PIs are entitled to be informed of any other use of SAM site data.

 

Recommended guidelines for data use and publication:
Although journal paper authorship and acknowledgement is the domain of the senior author and no policy is universally applicable, the SAM contributors ask that every practical attempt be made to honor the following general guidelines.
 

Please consult with the PI(s) of the data to be used.

If SAM data are to be used in a publication please consider the following acknowledgements:

  •  If SAM data have a small part in a publication: "We thank the (Project/PI) for (its/their) effort in establishing and maintaining the (site name(s)) SAM site(s)."
  •  If many SAM sites are involved,: "We thank the (PIs or investigators) and their staff for establishing and maintaining the (#) SAM sites used in this investigation."
  •  If the SAM data are a principal component of the paper then please consider offering co-authorship to the PI(s).

The Principal Investigators for the SAM sites and their contact information are listed in the table that follows.

 

Site Name

Principle Investigator

E-mail

ARM_SGP Oklahoma SAM300

Dennis Villanucci / Andrew LePage

villa@visidyne.com

NASA/GSFC Washington D.C. SAM303

Dennis Villanucci / Andrew LePage

villa@visidyne.com

Visidyne (Burlington MA) SAM400

Dennis Villanucci / Andrew LePage

villa@visidyne.com

PSA Tabernas, Spain SAM401

Stefan Wilbert

stefan.wilbert@dlr.de

Masdar Institute SAM402

Dr. Peter Armstrong

parmstrong@masdar.ac.ae

CNRS, France SAM403

Emmanuel Guillot

emmanuel.guillot@promes.cnrs.fr

 

AGREE  to accept these terms and be taken to the Level 1 data archive; (original netCDF and TEXT files).

DISAGREE if you do not accept these terms.

Summary plots from each SAM site (Level 2 Data) can be accessed through the links shown in the table that follows.

 

 

SAM SENSOR LOCATIONS and LEVEL 2 DATA ARCHIVE LINKS

LOCATION

LAT/LON

SAM MODEL

FILTER BAND(S)

(SDI & Aureolograph)

CONFIGURATION

SDI = Solar Disk Imager

Aureole = Aureolograph Imager

HALO = Wide-field sky imager (670nm)

Spectrometer = visible band approx. 450 950nm

Institute of Experimental Meteorology (IEM), Obninsk, Russia

(no data available for distribution)

55.10 N 36.60 E

210

670nm

SDI, Aureole, HALO, Spectrometer

ARM Southern Great Plains OK, USA

36.69 N 97.56 W

300

670nm

SDI, Aureole, HALO, Spectrometer

NASA GSFC Greenbelt MD, USA

39.00 N 76.88 W

303

670nm

SDI, Aureole, HALO, Spectrometer

VISIDYNE Burlington MA, USA

42.51 N 71.20 W

400

670nm

SDI, Aureole, HALO, Spectrometer

PSA/DLR Tabernas Almeria, Spain

37.09 N 02.36 W

401

440, 670, 870nm

SDI, Aureole

MASDAR Institute, Abu Dhabi, UAE

24.44 N 54.62 E

402

670, 870nm

SDI, Aureole, HALO, Spectrometer

CNRS Odeillo France

42.49 N 02.03 E

403

670nm

SDI, Aureole

K.A.CARE Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

(no data available for distribution)

24.9 N 46.4 E

404

670nm

SDI, Aureole, HALO, Spectrometer

K.A.CARE Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

(no data available for distribution)

22.32 N 39.14 E

405

670nm

SDI, Aureole, HALO, Spectrometer

 

 

 

 

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Dennis Villanucci