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Measurements of Shortwave Radiation: The Value of Spectral Resolution for Cloud and Aerosol Remote Sensing

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Abstract

Spectrally resolved airborne and ground-based measurements of shortwave radiation have advanced cloud and aerosol remote sensing. They provide new insights into the radiative energy budget. We illustrate this with results from recent experiments.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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