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|Title: ||Radiative Closure Experiments at a Cloud-Free Desert Site, Nevada, as Part of MISR Algorithm Validation|
|Authors: ||Conel, J. E.|
Abdou, W. A.
Bruegge, C. J.
Gaitley, B. J.
Helmlinger, M. C.
Ledeboer, W. C.
Pilorz, S. H.
Martonchik, J. V.
|Issue Date: ||9-Sep-1997 |
|Citation: ||Bartlett, New Hampshire, USA|
|Abstract: ||Radiative closure experiments involving a comparison between surface-measured spectral irradiance and the surface irradiance calculated according to a radiative transfer code at a desert site in Nevada under clear skies, yield the result that agreement between the two requires presence of an absorbing aerosol component with an imaginary refractive index equal to 0.03 and a 50:50 mix by optical depth of small and large particles with log-normal size distributions.|
|Appears in Collections:||JPL TRS 1992+|
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