Current problems in atmospheric radiation (IRS 2008): proceedings of the International Radiation Symposium (IRC/IAMAS) : Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil, 3-8 August 2008
American Institute of Physics, Apr 3, 2009 - Science - 677 pages
All papers have been peer-reviewed. The International Radiation Symposium (IRS) is organized every four years by the International Radiation Commission (IRC) and this book presents a compilation on the current problems in atmospheric radiation, from theory and modeling to measurements and applications on weather and climate, from spectroscopy to satellite remote sensing of the many land-ocean-atmosphere components.
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Photon Interactions from Molecular Scale to Complex
Gustav Mie and the Evolving Subject of Light Scattering by Particles
Calculation of Light Field Created by Point Unidirectional Source in 3Dimensional Scattering
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