Monte Carlo Radiative Transfer Simulations for Ocean Optics: A Practical Guide

@inproceedings{Leathers2004MonteCR,
  title={Monte Carlo Radiative Transfer Simulations for Ocean Optics: A Practical Guide},
  author={Robert A. Leathers and Trijntje V. Downes and Curtiss O. Davis and Curtis D. Mobley},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract : This report provides a methodology and the equations needed to generate Monte Carlo computer simulations for many common ocean optics applications. These applications include the modeling of natural ocean-atmosphere environments and analyses of laboratory and in-situ optical instrumentation. We attempt to provide enough practical detail to make it straightforward for the reader to write his/her own computer code for his/ her own application. This document also serves as documentation… CONTINUE READING

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