Digging In

Gathering Ozone, NOx, and Kestrel data has become more efficient with Deanna’s checklist for ARTEMIS operations. We finished in a record time of 3 hours and with more independence than before! Luckily we only encountered Sunny and partially cloudy weather for our data gathering so far.

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Data organizing has gone more smoothly within the two days of gathering. We are still working on finding an optimal way to display all the data sets that we have relating to weather, Ozone levels, and NOx amounts. This will be a continuous process as we put our focus towards R.

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For our background research on general principles of Atmospheric Chemistry, we’re diving into feedback loops, sinks, and other mechanisms concerning CH4, NOx, HOx, CO, and Ozone.

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