Global Assessment Data Sets

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Use and publication of the global assessment data sets for scientific, policy-related, or educational purposes are encouraged. Please use the following citation to identify the data set and its source:

Vet, R., R.S. Artz, S. Carou, M. Shaw, C.-U. Ro, W. Aas, A. Baker, V.C. Bowersox, F. Dentener, C. Galy-Lacaux, A. Hou, J.J. Pienaar, R. Gillett, M.C. Forti, S. Gromov, H. Hara, T. Khodzher, N.M. Mahowald, S. Nickovic, P.S.P. Rao, N.W. Reid. 2018. Data associated with the following publication: Vet et al. (2014). A global assessment of precipitation chemistry and deposition of sulfur, nitrogen, sea salt, base cations, organic acids, acidity and pH, and phosphorus. Atmospheric Environment, 93, 3-100, August 2014, doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2013.10.060. [Enter data file name(s)] accessed from the World Data Centre for Precipitation Chemistry (http://wdcpc.org/assessment).

Please also include the following acknowledgment in publications: The authors gratefully acknowledge the sources of precipitation chemistry and deposition data acknowledged on page 92 of Vet et al. (2014) Atmospheric Environment, 93, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2013.10.060.

 

Download data by selecting a data set from this list. Each data set is a single file in comma-separated-value (csv) format. Each file begins with metadata that describes the file contents, including descriptions of the data fields, chemical species, units, etc. A quality rating is included for wet and dry deposition observations.

 

[  ] Global Wet Concentration and Deposition Observations: 2000-2002 (~340 Kbytes)

[  ] Global Wet Concentration and Deposition Observations: 2005-2007 (~321 Kbytes)

[  ] North American Dry Deposition Observations: 2000-2002 (~19 Kbytes)

[  ] North American Dry Deposition Observations: 2005-2007 (~20 Kbytes)

[  ] HTAP 2001 ensemble-mean model results for emissions, deposition, and concentrations – North grid (~2 Mbytes)

[  ] HTAP 2001 ensemble-mean model results for emissions, deposition, and concentrations – South grid (~2 Mbytes)

[  ] All DataSets (~5 Mbytes)

Phosphorus data from the period 2000-2005 are available for aerosol samples collected aboard ships along transects in the North and South Atlantic Oceans. These shipboard data can be accessed at http://www.bodc.ac.uk/solas_integration/implementation_products/group1/a....

 

To obtain figures or tables published in the global assessment article, see https://s100.copyright.com/AppDispatchServlet?publisherName=ELS&contentI....