Techniques for the retrieval of aerosol properties over land and ocean using multiangle imaging

@article{Martonchik1998TechniquesFT,
  title={Techniques for the retrieval of aerosol properties over land and ocean using multiangle imaging},
  author={John V. Martonchik and David J. Diner and Ralph A. Kahn and Thomas P. Ackerman and Michel M. Verstraete and Bernard Pinty and Howard R. Gordon},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={1998},
  volume={36},
  pages={1212-1227}
}
Aerosols are believed to play a direct role in the radiation budget of earth, but their net radiative effect is not well established, particularly on regional scales. Whether aerosols heat or cool a given location depends on their composition and column amount and on the surface albedo, information that is not routinely available, especially over land. Obtaining global information on aerosol and surface radiative characteristics, over both ocean and land, is a task of the Multi-angle Imaging… CONTINUE READING
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