ALGORITHM FOR REMOTE SENSING OF TROPOSPHERIC AEROSOL FROM MODIS : Collection 005 Product ID : MOD 04 / MYD 04

@inproceedings{Kaufman1998ALGORITHMFR,
  title={ALGORITHM FOR REMOTE SENSING OF TROPOSPHERIC AEROSOL FROM MODIS : Collection 005 Product ID : MOD 04 / MYD 04},
  author={Yoram J. Kaufman and Didier Tanr{\'e} and A. Chu and Shana Mattoo and Lorraine A. Remer},
  year={1998}
}
This document describes the algorithms for simultaneous remote sensing of aerosol from EOS-MODIS over land and ocean. The algorithm will be used to monitor the aerosol optical thickness (proportional to the aerosol total loading) and size distribution (integrated on the vertical column) of the ambient (undisturbed) aerosol, over most of the globe (oceans and the moist parts of the continents) on a daily basis. The size distribution will be derived only over the oceans. These aerosol products… CONTINUE READING

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