Abstract

Filter radiometry is discussed in terms of its general application to the study of various problems involving the accurate measurement of radiant energy or the calibration of selective radiant energy detectors. As an example of its use data are given on the method and results of total ozone measurements at Sacramento Peak, New Mexico, in June 1949.

© 1953 Optical Society of America

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