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We retrieve the global distribution of columnar single scattering albedo (ω 0) by taking advantage of the high sensitivity of satellite measurements at ultraviolet channels by the Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) to both aerosol optical depth and ω 0 , and the high sensitivity of satellite measurements at visible channels by the Moderate Resolution(More)
We have studied a pulse sequence using compact imaging gradients for MR angiography by selective inversion recovery. By acquiring signals approaching a half-echo, we achieve significant immunity to artifacts from flow-induced dephasing. Initial clinical results on carotid arteries accurately depict stenoses without the problems of signal dephasing.
We use the radiative transfer model and chemistry transport model to improve our retrievals of dust optical properties from satellite measurements. The optical depth and absorbing optical depth of mineral dust can be obtained from our improved retrieval algorithm. We find the nonsphericity and absorption of dust particles strongly affect the scattering(More)
Estimation of Particulate Matter (PM) concentration and aerosol absorption is very important in air quality and climate studies. To date, smoke, mineral dust and anthropogenic pollutants are most uncertain aerosol components in their optical and microphysical properties. In this study, we retrieve the PM2.5 and Absorbing Aerosol Optical Depth (AAOD) from(More)
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