Том 17, номер 11, статья № 6

Пташник И.В. Поглощение солнечной радиации водяным паром: возможные аномалии. // Оптика атмосферы и океана. 2004. Т. 17. № 11. С. 899-902.
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Аннотация:

Проведен краткий анализ последних публикаций на тему о так называемом аномальном поглощении солнечной радиации в атмосфере и о возможном вкладе в этот эффект водяного пара. Приведенные оценки показывают, что неопределенность в знании исходных спектроскопических параметров водяного пара, включая димеры воды, может обусловить на сегодня лишь небольшую часть аномального поглощения солнечной радиации, обнаруженного несколько лет назад.

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