Classification of aerosol properties derived from AERONET direct sun data

@inproceedings{Gobbi2006ClassificationOA,
  title={Classification of aerosol properties derived from AERONET direct sun data},
  author={Gian Paolo Gobbi and Yoram J. Kaufman and Ilan Koren and Thomas F. Eck},
  year={2006}
}
Classification of aerosol properties derived from AERONET direct sun data G. P. Gobbi, Y. J. Kaufman, I. Koren, and T. F. Eck Inst. Scienze dell’ Atmosfera e del Clima, CNR, Rome, Italy NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, 613.2, Greenbelt MD 20771, USA Dep. of Environ. Sciences Weizmann Institute, Rehovot 76100, Israel GEST, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, USA Received: 25 July 2006 – Accepted: 23 August 2006 – Published: 14 September 2006 Correspondence to: G. P. Gobbi (g.gobbi@isac.cnr… CONTINUE READING
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