Tools and software

Garrlic

Products These products are described here : ACTRIS/EARLINET stations : https://www.aeris-data.fr/en/metadata/?391fb196-d96a-5e69-b46f-54626f00e71eACTRIS-FR, LOA station, CE370 lidar : https://www.aeris-data.fr/en/metadata/?4c20e9cd-b1cd-5850-b370-d4bdc7914962ACTRIS-FR, LOA station, double layer lidar : https://www.aeris-data.fr/en/metadata/?97869e21-ff7c-5045-9936-5ba270838f52ACTRIS-FR, LOA station, LILAS lidar : https://www.aeris-data.fr/en/metadata/?ebe7215b-76da-5c33-8980-1323cfe2b47eACTRIS-FR, Mbour station, CE370 lidar : https://www.aeris-data.fr/en/metadata/?c5607f6c-b287-5609-bfbd-d7d8b0e20b5cACTRIS-FR, […]

MIMOSA

The project The MIMOSA model (Modélisation Isentrope du transport Méso-échelle de l’Ozone Stratosphérique par Advection) has been developed at Service d’Aéronomie in the frame of the European Union project METRO […]

ReOBS

The “ReOBS” project aims to create a multi-parameter dataset with advanced quality control in a format that can be easily exploited by the scientific community for the study and understanding […]

4A/OP

The 4A/OP software package is the operational version of the fast and accurate radiative transfer model 4A (Automatized Atmospheric Absorption Atlas), developed, maintained and validated at LMD. The 4A high […]

REPROBUS

The project REPROBUS (Reactive Processes Ruling the Ozone Budget in the Stratosphere) is a Chemical Transport Model that describes the stratospheric chemistry by means of 55 chemical species and 147 […]

SOFT-IO version 1.0

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Name Description Start date End date Data access
BAMED Balloons over the Mediterranean sea BAMED (Balloons over the Mediterranean sea) is a model providing trajectory forecasts for BPLB (Boundary Layer Pressurized Balloons) over the Mediterranean sea. - - -
GIRAFE reGIonal ReAl time Fire plumEs Presentation GIRAFE is a software which provides forecasts of plumes trajectories. Trajectories are calculated using lagrangian dispertion model FLEXPART and ECMWF meteorological fields. GIRAFE uses fire detections of MODIS satellite […] - - -

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