• Joanna Joiner
  • Johanna Tamminen
  • Pawan K. Bhartia
  • Deborah C.Stein Zweers
  • Bryan N. Duncan
  • David G. Streets
  • Henk Eskes
  • Ronald A. Van Der
  • Chris McLinden
  • Vitali Fioletov
  • Simon Carn
  • Jos De Laat
  • Matthew Deland
  • Sergey Marchenko
  • Richard McPeters
  • Jerald Ziemke
  • Dejian Fu
  • Xiong Liu
  • Kenneth Pickering
  • Arnoud Apituley
  • Gonzalo González Abad
  • Antti Arola
  • Folkert Boersma
  • Christopher Chan Miller
  • Kelly Chance
  • Martin De Graaf
  • Janne Hakkarainen
  • Seppo Hassinen
  • Iolanda Ialongo
  • Quintus Kleipool
  • Nickolay Krotkov
  • Can Li
  • Lok Lamsal
  • Paul Newman
  • Caroline Nowlan
  • Raid Suleiman
  • Lieuwe Gijsbert Tilstra
  • Omar Torres
  • Huiqun Wang
  • Krzysztof Wargan

This overview paper highlights the successes of the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) on board the Aura satellite spanning a period of nearly 14 years. Data from OMI has been used in a wide range of applications and research resulting in many new findings. Due to its unprecedented spatial resolution, in combination with daily global coverage, OMI plays a unique role in measuring trace gases important for the ozone layer, air quality, and climate change. With the operational very fast delivery (VFD; direct readout) and near real-time (NRT) availability of the data, OMI also plays an important role in the development of operational services in the atmospheric chemistry domain.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)5699-5745
Number of pages47
JournalAtmospheric Chemistry and Physics
Issue number8
Publication statusPublished - 24 Apr 2018

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