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Greetings, fellow AERONET partners, data users, and atmospheric enthusiasts!


AERONET's quarterly newsletters will bring you the latest news, research, and stories from the AERONET program, a global network of sky-gazing stations that tracks tiny particles in the atmosphere with unwavering precision. AERONET has so far completed 30 years of measurements with around 600 active sites globally, which continues to grow. We want to take this opportunity to thank every single person who directly or indirectly contributes to the AERONET measurements. We want to echo the contribution of partner networks, site principal investigators, and site managers to keep this network alive and relevant to the atmospheric aerosol research community.

 
2024
 
 
  • Vol. 2 (January 2024 - March 2024)
  • To be released in April 2024
 
2023
 
 
  • Vol. 1 (April 2023 - December 2023)
  • Topics: New Calibration Center - APAC, Lille Workshop, NASA IPMSI Initiative, New Dynamic Mapping, AERONET Data Explorer, New Sites, Instrument Upgrades
 
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