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COMPUTATION OF THE FLUX OF OUTGOING LONGWAVE RADIATION E
GLOBAL AND HEMISPHERICAL BUDGET
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albedo ANGLE OF MEASUREMENT Anisotropic Antarctic Appendix Arctic Arking available Nimbus azimuthal angle Bandeen bidirectional cal cm-2 min-1 cloud cover computed COSPAR directional reflectance diurnal earth-atmosphere system electromagnetic radiation emitted long-wave radiation Equation Figure Flight Center Document flux of solar global averages Goddard Space Flight Greenland gridfield Heat Balance incoming flux incoming solar radiation isolines June Levine Lienesch long-wave radiation flux maps meas measurements at solar measurements of reflected Mercator projections Meteor Meteorological Satellites microns NASA NASA Goddard Space Nimbus II measurements NIMBUS II METEOROLOGICAL northern hemisphere obtained from Nimbus orbit outgoing flux outgoing long-wave radiation percent period 16—28 July planet earth polar radiation balance radiation deficit Radiation Measurements radiative Radiometer Raschke ratio Reference 14 reflected solar radiation Sahara solar constant solar zenith angle southern Space Flight Center spectral range STRATOCUMULUS REFERENCE 30 subobserver point subtropical oceans sun's zenith angle unfiltered radiance urements World Meteorological Organization zonal averages