Springer Series in Light Scattering: Volume 5: Radiative Transfer, Remote Sensing, and Light Scattering

@article{Editor2020SpringerSI,
  title={Springer Series in Light Scattering: Volume 5: Radiative Transfer, Remote Sensing, and Light Scattering},
  author={Alexander Kokhanovsky Editor and Alexander A. Kokhanovsky},
  journal={Springer Series in Light Scattering},
  year={2020}
}
  • Alexander Kokhanovsky Editor, Alexander A. Kokhanovsky
  • Published 2020
  • Springer Series in Light Scattering
  • Snow is a critical component of the Earth climate and water systems, affecting surface water and energy fluxes and balance. Due to its strong ability to reflect sunlight, surface snow has significant positive feedback to the atmosphere (snow albedo feedback), resulting in enhanced climate change over high mountains and polar regions. Thus, it is important to accurately compute snow albedo in the solar spectrum. In the past decades, many theoretical and modeling approaches have been developed… CONTINUE READING

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