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)
As a result of great improvements in satellite technologies, satellite-based observations have provided possibilities to monitor air pollution at the global scale with moderate quality in comparison with ground truth measurement. In tradition, the inversion process that derives atmospheric parameters from satellite-based data is replied on simulated physics(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)
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