Solar radiation enters the Earth's atmosphere with a portion being scattered by clouds and aerosols.

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CLAMS_UWASH_CONVAIR_DATA

CLAMS_UWASH_CONVAIR_DATA

Project Title: 
CLAMS
Discipline: 
Version: 
V1
Level: 
L3
Platform: 
CONVAIR-580
Instrument: 
Chemiluminescence
Condensation Particle Counter
Dew Point Hygrometer
Eppley Radiometer
Forward-Scattering Spectrometer Probe
Nephelometer
Spatial Coverage: 

(35.90, 38.00)(-76.50, -70.00)

Spatial Resolution: 

Aircraft Flight Track

Temporal Coverage: 

07/10/2001 - 08/02/2001

Temporal Resolution: 

Daily

File Format: 
NATIVE

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DOI: 

10.5067/ASDC_DAAC/CLAMS/0005
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DIRECT/DIFFUSE SOLAR RADIATION
SULFUR DIOXIDE (SO2)
OZONE (O3)
AEROSOL TYPE
AEROSOL OPTICAL DEPTH
AEROSOL BACKSCATTER
CLOUDS

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