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IRS 2000: Current Problems in Atmospheric Radiation
[ADP-vol147]
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The objective of the quadrennial International Radiation symposium is to provide a forum to review the state of the art in the field of atmospheric radiation. These proceedings contain peer-reviewed papers from those presented at the International Radiation Symposium held in Fairbanks, Alaska, in August 1996. The sessions were arranged according to nine major topics and the same organization is followed in this book.

Contents

  • Opening Address
  • Past President Session
  • Satellite Measurements: Forty Years of Weather Satellites
  • Radiative Transfer Theory
  • Radiation Budgets
  • Molecular Spectroscopy
  • Radiative Forcing and Feedback Mechanisms
  • Remote Sensing
  • Field Experiment Results
  • Weather and Climate Applications
  • Author Index
  • Subject Index
  • List of Participants

ISBN 0-937194-43-3, 2001, Hardcover, 1360 pages

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 28 March, 2002.
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