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Comparison of solar light measurements from diffusing, focusing and bare optical fiber probes

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Abstract

We measured solar light transmitted through ice and snow cover with fiber optic probes, and examined the benefits and trade-offs of using diffusers and optics to reduce signal variations due to non-uniform illumination.

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