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Title: Ground-based Validation of the EOS Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) Aerosol Retrieval Algorithms and Science Data Products
Authors: Gaitley, B. J.
Conel, J. E.
Ledeboer, W. C.
Pilorz, S. H.
Martonchik, J. V.
Kahn, R.
Abdou, W.
Helmlinger, M. C.
Bruegge, C.
Issue Date: 4-Aug-1997
Citation: Singapore
Abstract: A plan for the ground-based validation of MISR aerosol retrieval is outlined. Activities occur in two phases: (1) pre-launch, work is focused on technique development and MISR algorithm validation using conventional ground-base methods and a MISR simulator (AirMISR) operating from the ER-2 aircraft to simulate MISR on-orbit observations. (2) Post-launch, the validation program relies on ground campaigns, underflights wit the MISR simulator and the use of local measurements fo aerosol loading and properties and irradiance measurements derived from the AERONET and ISIS networks.
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