Abstract

A methodology is defined whereby the effective aerosol bimodal radii of the fine (accumulation) mode and the coarse (supermicron) mode can be directly and simply extracted from slope (Angstrom) coefficients derived from ground-based solar spectral transmission data and aureole scattering data.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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