DIAS Addon: Copernicus Atmosphere

Copernicus Atmosphere Addon for DIAS

The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) supports scientists, policymakers and businesses by providing quality assured information about the Earth’s atmosphere, in particular its content of trace gases and aerosols.

CAMS is one of six services that form Copernicus, the European Union’s Earth observation programme which looks at our planet and its environment for the ultimate benefit of all European citizens. Copernicus offers information services based on satellite Earth observation, in situ (non-satellite) data and modelling.

CAMS is implemented by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) on behalf of the European Commission. ECMWF is an independent intergovernmental organisation supported by 34 states. It is both a research institute and a 24/7 operational service, producing and disseminating numerical weather predictions to its member states.

To provide and further develop the CAMS portfolio, ECMWF works with many service providers around Europe. By doing so, CAMS combines the expertise and infrastructure that exist in Europe to provide a range of services that are unequalled by any other organisation in the world.

To acquire all the observations that are needed to produce the CAMS services, ECMWF collaborates with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) as well as many other organisations providing satellite and in-situ observations.

DIAS supports the following list of product-types:

  • Global forecasts of aerosol – sulphates
  • Global forecasts of aerosol – sulphates
  • Global forecasts of aerosol – black carbon
  • Global forecasts of aerosol – dust (3 bins)
  • Global forecasts of aerosol – PM2.5
  • Global forecasts of aerosol – organic carbon
  • Global forecasts of aerosol – sea-salt (3 bins)
  • Global forecasts of aerosol – PM10
  • Global analyses of chemical species – ozone
  • Global analyses of chemical species – carbon monoxide
  • Global analyses of chemical species – nitrogen dioxide
  • Global analyses of chemical species – sulphur dioxide
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – carbon monoxide
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – formaldehyde
  • Global analyses of chemical species – formaldehyde
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – ozone
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – nitrogen dioxide
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – sulphur dioxide
  • Global solar UV index forecast
  • Global analyses of aerosol – dust (3 bins)
  • Global analyses of aerosol – organic carbon
  • Global analyses of aerosol – sea-salt (3 bins)
  • Global analyses of aerosol – black carbon
  • Global analyses of aerosol – sulphates
  • Global analyses of chemical species – peroxyacetyl nitrate
  • Global analyses of chemical species – nitrogen monoxide
  • Global analyses of chemical species – nitric acid
  • Global analyses of chemical species – isoprene
  • Global analyses of chemical species – hydroxyl radical
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – nitrogen monoxide
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – nitric acid
  • Global analyses of chemical species – methane
  • Global analyses of chemical species – ethane
  • Global analyses of chemical species – propane
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – peroxyacetyl nitrate
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – methane
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – ethane
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – isoprene
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – hydroxyl radical
  • Global forecasts of chemical species – propane
  • Global forecasts of aerosol optical depth at 550 nm – sulphate
  • Global forecasts of aerosol total aerosol optical depth at multiple wavelengths
  • Global forecasts of aerosol optical depth at 550 nm – organic carbon
  • Global forecasts of aerosol optical depth at 550 nm – sea-salt
  • Global forecasts of aerosol optical depth at 550 nm – black carbon
  • Global forecasts of aerosol optical depth at 550 nm – dust

More information about products:
https://atmosphere.copernicus.eu/catalogue#

Metadata for Copernicus Atmosphere Products
ENS Virtual paths for Copernicus Atmosphere Products