2005
DOI: 10.1029/2004jd005558
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Abstract: [1] A case study for feldspar aerosols is conducted to assess the errors introduced by simple model particles in radiance and flux simulations. The spectral radiance field and net flux are computed for a realistic phase function of feldspar aerosols measured in the laboratory at 633 nm. Results are compared to computations with spherical and spheroidal model particles. It is found that the use of spherical model particles introduces large spectral radiance errors at top of atmosphere (TOA) between À6 and 31%.…

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