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Record #161136:

Airborne spectral measurements of surface - atmosphere anisotropy for Arctic sea ice and tundra / G.T. Arnold, S.-C. Tsay, M.D. King, J.Y. Li, P.F. Soulen.

Title: Airborne spectral measurements of surface - atmosphere anisotropy for Arctic sea ice and tundra / G.T. Arnold, S.-C. Tsay, M.D. King, J.Y. Li, P.F. Soulen.
Author(s): Arnold, G. T.
Tsay, S. -C.
King, M. D.
Li, J. Y.
Soulen, P. F.
Date: 2002.
In: International Journal of Remote Sensing. (2002.), Vol. 23(18) (2002)
Abstract: Used Cloud Absorption Radiometer (CAR) on aircraft to obtain bidirectional reflectance function (BRF) data for snow-covered sea ice, melt-season sea ice, snow-covered tundra and tundra shortly after snowmelt. Finds BRF higher for snow-covered sea ice and for snow-covered tundra. Snow-free tundra had most significant backscatter. Bidirectional reflectance changes due to snowmelt were significant for sea ice. Also computed plane albedo and compared it to nadir reflectance, finding nadir reflectance smaller for sea ice and snow-covered tundra and even smaller for snow-free tundra.
Notes:

International Journal of Remote Sensing. Vol. 23(18) :3763-3781 (2002).

Keywords: 551.326.7 -- Sea ice.
581.524.444.2 -- Tundra.
551.578.46 -- Snow cover and snow patches.
551.521 -- Radiation, atmospheric.
E9 -- Glaciology: meteorology and climatology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 161136

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