Proceedings of the
International Radiation Symposium
August 2004, Busan, Korea
Institut für Meteorologie und Klimaforschung
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Seoul National University
The objective of the quadrennial International Radiation
Symposium, organized by the International Radiation Commission, 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 Busan, Korea, in August 2004.
focused on providing opportunities for exchanging advanced ideas and
experiences on current problems in atmospheric radiation. It presented a
platform for discussing and reviewing knowledge of spectroscopy, radiative
transfer theory and modelling, remote sensing, and weather and climate
applications. The Symposium attracted about 340 scientists from 25
countries who presented
approximately 370 papers in plenary and poster sessions, although not all
have been included in these proceedings. The sessions were arranged
according to nine major topics and the same organization is followed in this book.
- Topical Union
Transfer Theory and Modelling
- General Remote
Measurements (including Precipitation Measurements from Space)
Measurements and Field Experiments
Budget and Forcing
- Weather and
- Author Index
- Subject Index
- List of Participants
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