Discriminating heavy aerosol, clouds, and fires during SCAR‐B: Application of airborne multispectral MAS data

@inproceedings{King1998DiscriminatingHA,
  title={Discriminating heavy aerosol, clouds, and fires during SCAR‐B: Application of airborne multispectral MAS data},
  author={Michael D. King and Si-Chee Tsay and Steven A. Ackerman and North F. Larsen},
  year={1998}
}
A multispectral scanning spectrometer was used to obtain measurements of the reflection function and brightness temperature of smoke, clouds, and terrestrial surfaces at 50 discrete wavelengths between 0.55 and 14.2 μm. These observations were obtained from the NASA ER-2 aircraft as part of the Smoke, Clouds, and Radiation-Brazil (SCAR-B) campaign, conducted over a 1500 x 1500 km region of cerrado and rain forest throughout Brazil between August 16 and September 11, 1995. Multispectral images… CONTINUE READING

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