Bulk Scattering Properties for the Remote Sensing of Ice Clouds . Part II : Narrowband Models

@inproceedings{Baum2004BulkSP,
  title={Bulk Scattering Properties for the Remote Sensing of Ice Clouds . Part II : Narrowband Models},
  author={Bryan A. Baum and Ping Yang and Andrew J. Heymsfield and Steven E Platnick and Michael D. King and HU Y.-X. and SARAH T. BEDKA},
  year={2004}
}
This study examines the development of bulk single-scattering properties of ice clouds, including singlescattering albedo, asymmetry factor, and phase function, for a set of 1117 particle size distributions obtained from analysis of the First International Satellite Cloud Climatology Project Regional Experiment (FIRE)-I, FIRE-II, Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program intensive observation period, Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission Kwajalein Experiment (KWAJEX), and the Cirrus Regional… CONTINUE READING
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