Climate Change Tower Radiation Data (CCT)

The Climate Change Tower Integrated Project (CCT-IP) represents the guide lines of the italian research in the arctic and aims to study the interaction between all the components of the climate system in the Arctic. The Amundsen-Nobile Climate Change Tower (CCT) is the key infrastructure of the project, and provides continuous acquisition of the atmospheric parameters at different heights as well as at the interface between the surface and the atmosphere. The sensor used to measure the radiation budget and energy fluxes is a CNR1 net radiometer at 33 m of height and a CM11 and a CG4 at 25 m to measure the upwelling radiation from the surface. 30 minutes average (μ) and standard deviation (σ) of radiation data as well as products such as total net radiation average and shortwave albedo are available for the download. Data at resolution of 1 minute are available for online visualization and downloadable under request.

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