Our observatories, laboratories and offices are located worldwide.
We have staff embedded at universities across the UK, which gives us direct contact with the research community. Our staff are responsible for deploying and managing our suite of mobile instrumentation, and they look after our laboratories and observatories.
We have six observatories across the world where long-term measurements are carried out. All of this data is made available through the Centre for Environmental Data Analysis (CEDA).
We also have three laboratories where we carry out non-field-based research.
You can access our sites to deploy your own instrumentation or use our facilities. You can also request short-term changes to the operational mode of site instrumentation at our observatories.
Calibration facility for spectral radiometers used for actinic flux and photolysis rate measurements
School of Chemistry
University of Leeds
Carbon Monoxide and Ozone Calibration Laboratory (COZI)
Environmental Flow Wind Tunnel (EnFlo)
Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences (J5)
University of Surrey
Pressure Temperature and Humidity Calibration Laboratory (PTUCal)
71-75 Clarendon Road
BT Tower Atmospheric Observatory (BTTAO)
51° 31′ 17.4″ N, -0° 8′ 20.04″ E
Chilbolton Atmospheric Observatory (CAO)
51° 08′ 42.0″ N, -1° 26′ 12.01″ E
Capel Dewi Atmospheric Observatory (CDAO)
51° 51′ 31.0″ N, -4° 12′ 42.0″ E
Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory (CVAO)
16° 51′ 49.0″ N, -24° 52′ 02.0″ E
Weybourne Atmospheric Observatory (WAO)
52º 57’ 02.0’’ N, 1º 07’ 19.0’’ E
71 – 75 Clarendon Road