The Brewer Ozone Spectrophotometer has, for the last 30 years, been the instrument of choice for ground station measurements of ozone and, in an effort to significantly improve the quality and timeliness of the data, COST Action ES1207 was initiated to form a European Brewer Network – EUBREWNET. The purpose of EUBREWNET is to harmonise observations, data processing, calibrations and operating procedures so that a measurement at one station is entirely consistent with measurements at all the others.
The support to EUBREWNET is provided by AEMET and coordinated by A. Redondas. The conduct of activities carried out are overseen by a governance committee within the WMO SAG Ozone, which includes J. Rimmer (University of Manchester, UK), A. Redondas (Izaña Atmospheric Research Centre, AEMET, Spain), T. Kralidis (WOUDC), and M. Tully (O3 and UV SAG Chair). Scientific input is provided by EUBREWNET’s Management Committee, consisting of J. Rimmer (University of Manchester, UK), A. Redondas (Izaña Atmospheric Research Centre, AEMET, Spain), A.F. Bais (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece), J. Gröbner (Physikalisch - Meteorologisches Observatorium Davos/World Radiation Center, Switzerland), T. Karppinen (Finnish Meteorological Institute, Arctic Research Center, Finland), and V. de Book (Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium, Belgium).
AEMET, through TRAGSATEC, is supporting EUBREWNET since February 2019 with two new staff positions. Alberto Berjón and Javier López-Solano have joined the development team of the EUBREWNET project to work on the online application and server maintenance, assistance to users, and support to the development of new functions in EUBREWNET. For any questions or suggestions, you can contact the development team at the email email@example.com