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Barrow, Alaska

Lat/Long: 71°19' N, 156°41' W
Elevation: 8 m
Date Installed: December 1990
Normal Season: January - November
Instrumentation:     SUV-100, GUV-511, PSP, TUVR

Barrow SUV-100 RoofboxThe Barrow installation is located on the north slope of Alaska at the edge of the Arctic Ocean near the city of Barrow. The instrument is deployed in the UIC-NARL (Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corporation/[formerly] Naval Arctic Research Laboratory) facility.

The Barrow system is the most autonomously operating SUV-100 in the network. Normal calibrations and instrument maintenance are conducted by personnel from the nearby NOAA/CMDL facility. Data download is performed via the Internet

 
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