Weber State University, HARBOR

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ICARTT Data Standards Reference

The NASA, NSF, and NOAA standard for data files can be found here. This is called the ICARTT standard meaning: "International Consortium for Atmospheric Research on Transport and Transformation" = ICARTT. 

The actual standards version 2.0 can be found here. (Updated January 2017.) You can find some examples here.

NASA also has various airborne science data tools for atmospheric studies

2021 Data

HAR200701, Duchesne, UT. Manifest: Guest payload (the "Garth" payload), ozonesonde with drone flights at launch and land, MSA, MT1000 tracking radios. Balloon: 1200g with 60" orange parachute.

Calibration data for November  2020 through January 2021. This is a 96MB compressed file. These data are from three sources: AtmoSniffer #1, AtmoSniffer #2, and UDAQ Hawthorne air monitoring station. The two AtmoSniffers collected data from 11/16/2020 through 1/25/2021.

2017 Utah Winter Fine Particulate Study (UWFPS 2017)

2016 Winter Particulate Study 2016 Results.

World Ozone and Ultraviolet Radiation Data Centre (WOUDC):
Data Archives
WOUDC Documentation

Flight Data By Year, the links below bring you to directories containing the data. There are very few pictures in these folders due to size constraints. The HARBOR program has 10's of thousands of flight images. Please contact us if you need access to those. Most files and folders have a name convention of HARyymmdd or HARyyyymmdd. HAR = HARBOR program, typically full flights. Other designations are things like Aerostatyymmdd and AtmoSnifferyymmdd and should be understandable. Note: some data sets are still missing and will be uploaded as soon as we get time.

Data analysis software that will combine files:

The exe version (download and remove the .txt ending).

The Python version.