Physical , chemical , and ultraviolet radiative characteristics of aerosol in central Alaska

@inproceedings{Wetzel2003PhysicalC,
  title={Physical , chemical , and ultraviolet radiative characteristics of aerosol in central Alaska},
  author={Melanie Wetzel and Glenn E. Shaw and James R. Slusser and Randolph D. Borys and Catherine F. Cahill},
  year={2003}
}
[1] A new long-term monitoring site for providing multiwavelength (ultraviolet through near-infrared) and broadband irradiances has been established at the Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska, in order to assess the impacts of ozone, cloud cover, surface albedo, and aerosol conditions on trends in ultraviolet (UV) radiation reaching the surface. Targeted field measurements were conducted in the first year of site operation to characterize the properties of aerosols commonly found in the study… CONTINUE READING

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