GROUND BASED ULTRAVIOLET ( 290 – 385 nm ) AND BROADBAND SOLAR RADIATION MEASUREMENTS IN SOUTH-EASTERN SPAIN

@inproceedings{FOYOMORENO1997GROUNDBU,
  title={GROUND BASED ULTRAVIOLET ( 290 – 385 nm ) AND BROADBAND SOLAR RADIATION MEASUREMENTS IN SOUTH-EASTERN SPAIN},
  author={I. FOYO-MORENO and Lucas Alados-Arboledas},
  year={1997}
}
Presented here is the first analysis of hourly solar ultraviolet irradiance (290–385 nm) and broadband global irradiance data, registered in a radiometric station located in the outskirts of Granada (37.18°N, 3.58°W, 660 m a.m.s.l.), an inland location in south-eastern Spain, during a 2-year period. According to the prevailing cloudless conditions, the results show that the highest UV radiation levels are received in June or July and the lowest in December. Hourly monthly means of the ratio UV… CONTINUE READING

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