Carla Pietrapertosa

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Several techniques have been up to now proposed in order to characterize dust clouds from satellite observations. These satellite methods generally take into account the reverse absorption behaviour showed by silicate particles, in comparison with ice crystals and water droplets, at 11 and 12 m wavelengths [1, 2]. Therefore, the brightness temperature(More)
Several techniques have been proposed until now in order to characterize dust clouds from satellite observations. They are more or less successful depending on observation conditions (day/night, land/sea, etc.) and specific aerosol properties (mainly size distribution and complex refractive index). In the visible part of solar spectrum dust clouds appear(More)
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