Dear Witali, since these are unpublished data, I would ask you to include Richard as a coauthor if you intend to publish anything based on this.
Best wishes Stefan > Am 12.09.2022 um 14:09 schrieb Richard Larsson <ric.lars...@gmail.com>: > > > Dear Witali, > > You can use my calculations for line mixing. They are still not published > but available online in the arts-cat-data. They have the disadvantage that > they are not published but the advantage that they are self-consistent. You > can download this data at https://www.radiativetransfer.org/tools/, under the > Arts Catalog Data header. > > The format is simply x0 x1 x2 x3 from table 2.5 of the theory guide at the > correct positions by what the xml-tags say. > > Note that the paper you found has been updated several times. Two updates > are at these dois: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jqsrt.2013.02.019 and > https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jqsrt.2019.106798 > > Note especially that these correct their values in the first paper because > they found some theoretical errors. Also note that my implementation in Arts > today differs from the one written in these papers because there are some > weird typos in there. > > With hope, > --Richard > > Den mån 12 sep. 2022 kl 13:30 skrev <witali.kroc...@unibe.ch>: >> Dear ARTS Team >> >> >> >> I am currently using the Zeeman module to retrieve stratospheric temperature >> profiles from oxygen emission lines from fine structure transitions at >> 52.542 and 53.067 GHz. I correct for the tropospheric influence using a >> simple tropospheric correction. However, I intend to improve the inversion >> algorithm by including line-mixing calculations instead. >> >> First, I am having trouble figuring out how to get line-mixing data. I found >> "Makarov, Tretyakov, and Rosenkranz, 2011" as a standard reference for >> line-mixing data in this frequency range. However, it seems to me that only >> the emission complex at 60 GHz is covered there. Is there any line mixing >> data for the emission lines at 52.542 and 53.067 GHz? >> >> >> >> Also, I would need some guidance on the implementation of the line mixing >> module. I guess the data set should be in a certain format, which I did not >> find in the ARTS manual or documentation (maybe I missed something?). >> >> >> >> With kind regards >> >> Witali Krochin >> >>
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