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AFCRL atmospheric absorption line parameters compilation

@inproceedings{McClatchey1973AFCRLAA,
  title={AFCRL atmospheric absorption line parameters compilation},
  author={Robert A. McClatchey},
  year={1973}
}
Abstract : The report describes a compilation of the molecular spectroscopic parameters for a number of infrared-active molecules occurring naturally in the terrestrial atmsophere. The following molecules are included in this compilation: water vapor; carbon dioxide; ozone; nitrous oxide; carbon monoxide; methane; and oxygen. The spectral region covered extends from less than 1 micrometer to the far infrared, and data are presented on more than 100, 000 spectral lines. The parameters included… 
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