Evaluation of MAX-DOAS aerosol retrievals by coincident observations using CRDS , lidar , and sky radiometer in Tsukuba , Japan

@inproceedings{Irie2015EvaluationOM,
  title={Evaluation of MAX-DOAS aerosol retrievals by coincident observations using CRDS , lidar , and sky radiometer in Tsukuba , Japan},
  author={Hitoshi Irie and Tsuneyoshi Nakayama and Akihiko Shimizu and Akihiro Yamazaki and Takuro Nagai and Akiko Uchiyama and Yoshio Zaizen and S. Kagamitani and Yutaka Matsumi},
  year={2015}
}
Coincident aerosol observations of multi-axis differential optical absorption spectroscopy (MAX-DOAS), cavity ring-down spectroscopy (CRDS), lidar, and sky radiometer were conducted in Tsukuba, Japan, on 5–18 October 2010. MAX-DOAS aerosol retrieval (for aerosol extinction coefficient and aerosol optical depth at 476 nm) was evaluated from the viewpoint of the need for a correction factor for oxygen collision complexes (O4 or O2–O2) absorption. The present study strongly supports this need, as… CONTINUE READING
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