Vol. 3, issue 10, article # 11

Biryulina M.S., Rozanov V.V. Parameterization of the aerosol size-distribution functions for direct and inverse problems of atmospheric remote sensing. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1990. V. 3. No. 10. P. 991-997.
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Abstract:

A technique for constructing the aerosol size spectrum correlation matrix based on the use of a number of analytic models of the stratospheric aerosol distribution in proposed. The feasibility of using such matrix eigenvectors as a model basis for the optical characteristics of a polydisperse aerosol is discussed, using the aerosol extinction coefficients as an example.

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