Simone Mantovani

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Daily monitoring of unhealthy particles suspended in the low troposphere is of major concern around the world, and ground-based measuring stations represent a reliable but still inadequate means for a full spatial coverage assessment. Advances in satellite sensors have provided new datasets and though less precise than insitu observations, they can be(More)
The polar-orbiting MODerate resolution Imaging Spectrora-diometer (MODIS) on-board Terra and Aqua satellites is a key instrument for the daily monitoring of global aerosol properties over a large spectral range. Its aerosol retrieval algorithm is set to a size of 10&#x00D7;10 km<sup>2</sup> of spatial resolution, and hence may not be adequate for detailed(More)