QA4ECV Partners

The QA4ECV project is a collaborative effort of 16 European partners:

INSTITUTE MAIN ROLE IN QA4ECV
KNMI Scientific and administrative coordination of the project
Generation of the 1995-2016 NO2 ECV data record
Responsible for dissemination of project results
IASB-BIRA Development and application of the Quality Assurance System
Generation of harmonised independent validation data
Generation of the 1995-2016 HCHO ECV data record
IUP Bremen Development of NO2 and HCHO ECV retrieval algorithms
Development of MAX-DOAS NO2 and HCHO algorithms
MPI-C Mainz Development of NO2 and HCHO ECV retrieval algorithms
Development of MAX-DOAS NO2 and HCHO algorithms
UL Brussels Development of IASI CO retrieval algorithm, and generation of MOPITT-compatible CO-record
AUTH Development of MAX-DOAS NO2 and HCHO algorithms
CSIC Development of MAX-DOAS NO2 and HCHO algorithms
WUR Development of NO2 and HCHO ECV retrieval algorithms
Innovative use of Land and Atmosphere ECV data for applications
S [&] T Operational readiness of Atmosphere Validation Server
UC London Scientific coordination for Land activities
Generation of the 1982-2016 Albedo ECV data record
JRC Development of AVHRR LAI ECV data record
Development of in situ validation protocols
EUMETSAT Development of geostationary Albedo ECV records
Application of Maturity Matrix concept
Brockmann Consult Development of LAI and FAPAR ECV records
Development of web-processing services for dissemination
FastOpt GmbH Retrieval of Land ECVs with Two-Stream Inverse Package
Rayference Calibration and validation to support Meteosat Land products
NPL Establish QA framework assessing metrological traceability
Provide training and support on uncertainty analysis of QA4ECV records
CGI Technical support for QA framework development
LMU Evaluate “fitness for purpose” of Land ECV data for climate science

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Participating countries:
QA4ECV participating countries map. Light brown indicates a EU and/or EUMETSAT member, and red indicates countries directly involved.