NOAA Research Vessel Ronald Brown at sea
NOAA Research Vessel Ronald Brown at sea

Research Cruises

The Physical Sciences Division has participated in numerous research cruises over the past 15+ years. Our instruments are an integral part of studies measuring atmospheric conditions and climate processes, and also help to validate the accuracy of data from ships, buoys and satellites.

Cruise Data 2010–Present

The data linked from the table below are stored on a data storage system at PSD in Boulder, CO. Each project has the same directory structure in the archive. After a project, raw data and raw images are placed in the archive. Scientific products are placed in the archive as they become available. Since instrumentation can change from project to project, readme files are used to describe the raw and scientific data and images in the archive.

For instruments not listed in the table, click on the link for the specific project you are interested in and check the directory tree, or check the cruise data spreadsheet.

INSTRUMENT INFO. Flux Wind Profiler Ceilometer MWR Soundings Radar C-band radar SCS Aerosols
DATA INFO. flux radar ceilometer mwr balloon radar radar scs aerosol
DYNAMO 2011 Images
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WHOTS 2011 Images
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STRATUS 2011 Images
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OCEANUS 2010 Images
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CALNEX 2010 Images
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AEROSE 2010 Images
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CLIVAR 2010 Images
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