Tacolneston

Located in the east of England the Atmospheric Measurement Station at Tacolneston, Norfolk, is ideally positioned to observe air masses which have travelled across central England.

Taconeston also receives air flow from London located 150 km to the south west of the site. In this way Taconeston is optimally located to observe and constrain emissions from the UK. Tacolneston is part of the DECC Network which encompasses measurements from Mace Head, Ireland and Ridge Hill, UK which enables excellent ability of the sites to constrain emissions from separate regions of the UKs devolved administration (England, Wales, Scotland and N. Ireland).

Tacolneston Observation Station

Latitude: 52.51775°N
Longitude: 1.13872°E
Time Zone: GMT (London)
Roofdeck elevation: -
Air intake elevations: 185 m (for Medusa measurements, optical instruments also measure from 100 m and 54 m inlet heights)
Station PI: Prof. Simon O’Doherty
Station E-mail: -
Postal address: Prof. Simon O’Doherty, School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, Cantocks Close, Bristol, BS8 1TS
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Latitude

52.51775 °N

Longitude

1.13872 °E

Time Zone

GMT (London)

Air intake elevation

185 m (for Medusa measurements, optical instruments also measure from 100 m and 54 m inlet heights)

Station PI

Prof. Simon O’Doherty

Postal Address

Prof. Simon O’Doherty, School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, Cantocks Close, Bristol, BS8 1TS