Calibrated near-forward volume scattering function obtained from the LISST particle sizer.

@article{Slade2006CalibratedNV,
  title={Calibrated near-forward volume scattering function obtained from the LISST particle sizer.},
  author={Wayne H. Slade and Emmanuel S. Boss},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2006},
  volume={14 8},
  pages={3602-15}
}
The physical nature of particles, such as size, shape, and composition govern their angular light scattering, which is described by the volume scattering function (VSF). Despite the fact that the VSF is one of the most important inherent optical properties, it has rarely been measured in aquatic environments since no commercial instrument exists to measure the full VSF in the field. The commonly used LISST (Laser In Situ Scattering and Transmissometry) particle sizer (Sequoia Scientific, http… CONTINUE READING
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