Jan Vanhoutte

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When the water surface temperature is measured with an infrared radiometer (8-13 microm), there is an error due to reflection on the water surface which is about 0.5 degrees C and depends on sky radiance. This reflection error can be divided by more than four if the infrared radiometer is fitted with a polarizer and sights the water surface at Brewsterian(More)
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