Studies Of The Stratosphere Aerosol Layer Based On Polarization Measurements Of The Twilight Sky
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A New Retrieval Method for Tropospheric Ozone Profiles
measurements in addition to the reflection measurements significantly improve the vertical resolutions of retrieved troposphere O3. This paper presents a new method for retrieving tropospheric O3 profiles from ground-based UV spectra in the Huggins bands (300-340 nm) at three Viewing Zenith Angles (VZAs) using optimal estimation.
Modeling UV sky radiance during twilight with taking into
polarization on accuracy of UV modeling has not been investigated yet for twilight. This paper presents briefly a study of modeled UV radiance during twilight taking into account polarization. Section 2 briefly introduces values characterizing polarized radiance, describes a
Multiple scattering radiance in limb-viewing geometry
Abstract. At present, satellite-based limb-viewing measurements in near-UV, visible, and near-IR wavelength range are based on the attenuation of direct solar light (the Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment instruments). This paper studies a new technique: the measurement of backscattered solar radiance spectrum in limb-viewing geometry.
Astronomical observations at polarimetric measurements of
the stratosphere for the results of polarimetric measurements of the twilight sky. It is known that the most reliable information about the refractive index and on particle size distribution function