ITCT 2001 General Info
The ITCT 2001 study was a NOAA ESRL CSD (formerly the Aeronomy Laboratory) adjunct effort to make measurements of ozone (O3) and carbon monoxide (CO) on NOAA aircraft. The ITCT 2001 Study was a combination of the annual NOAA 2001 Winter Storms Reconnaissance project and the 2001 Pacific Land-fall Experiment (PACJET) Study.
January - March, 2001
Western U.S., North Pacific Ocean
The NOAA WP-3D completed 15 flights and the Gulfstream G-IV made 15 flights.
Coordinating organizations include the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Earth System Research Laboratory's (ESRL) Physical Sciences Division (PSD), formerly the Environmental Technology Laboratory (ETL), NOAA ESRL Chemical Sciences Division (CSD), formerly the Aeronomy Laboratory (AL) and the NOAA Aircraft Operations Center (AOC).