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And in the absence of scattering, absorptivity can be written as Beer’s law: Optical depth K is extinction and can be either by absorption of scattering Dust aerosol optical depth Remer et al. (2005) The MODIS Aerosol Algorithm, Products, and Validation, JAS
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For Wednesday Homework #3 due; send Honghai your remote sensing writeups. Please include image
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Team 1: Amanda Annibal Stefano Sarah Yemi Team 2: Patricia Matt Kim Zoe Eric Xiaofeng Team 3: Jenna Thania Josh Shuan Ryan Peng
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Class quiz: Radiation and atmospheric chemistry Rules: Each team takes a turn picking a question. If they answer correctly (along with follow up questions) they get 5 pts. If they don’t know the answer or answer incorrectly, the other teams have a chance to answer and get the 5 pts. Only 2 minutes per answer.
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Class quiz: Radiation and atmospheric chemistry 1. What are the 3 most important radiatively active gases in the Earth’s atmosphere?
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2012 for the course MPO 551 taught by Professor Zhang,c during the Summer '08 term at University of Miami.

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