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A STUDY OF REMOTELY SENSED AEROSOL PROPERTIES FROM GROUND-BASED SUN AND SKY SCANNING RADIOMETERS
Aerosol particles impact human health by degrading air quality and affect climate by heating or cooling the atmosphere. The Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP) of Northern India, one of the most populous regions in the world, ...
Inferring Radiative Fluxes from a New Generation of Satellites: Model Updates
In this study an inference scheme is developed to derive surface, Top of the Atmosphere (TOA), and atmospheric spectral shortwave (SW) radiative fluxes for implementation with observations from the Moderate Resolution ...
RETRIEVAL OF TROPOSPHERIC AEROSOL PROPERTIES OVER LAND FROM INVERSION OF VISIBLE AND NEAR-INFRARED SPECTRAL REFLECTANCE: APPLICATION OVER MARYLAND
Aerosols are major components of the Earth's global climate system, affecting the radiation budget and cloud processes of the atmosphere. When located near the surface, high concentrations lead to lowered visibility, ...