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What is TAMP?

The TAMP project has the main scope of implementing a system that allows its users (mainly belonging to the science community) to access and exploit a virtual working environment in the field of atmospheric sciences with the aim to improve satellite atmospheric composition algorithms.
The main purpose of the TAMP environment is to allow performing validation and verification activities, comparing satellite / retrieved information with model data and ground-truth information. Moreover, data processing capabilities are provided to combine data, create new collections and verify their accuracy.

To get an overview of the TAMP capabilities, please check the Wiki-page

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SO2 Total Column analysis: MACC vs OMI L3 best daily pixel

Posted by: The Admin, , 3 years, 5 months ago

The availability of SO2 total columnar data from different sources allows comparing model (MACC) and Satellite (OMI) data by means of the Spatial Correlation function.

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MACC SO2 total Column re-analysis added

Posted by: The Admin, , 3 years, 5 months ago

A sample of MACC SO2 Total Column re-analysis data has been added: 3-hourly global data of SO2 Total Column for the period May 1 - 31 2010 can be seen, animate and processed via TAMP.

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