By: Thomas G Kyle (Author)
288 pages, 99 illus
Atmospheric Transmission, Emission and Scattering introduces the physical processes and meterology needed to understand the behaviour of light and radiation in the atmosphere. Integrating the treatment of atmospheric optics from the ultraviolet to the microwave, Atmospheric Transmission, Emission and Scattering gives an overview, together with discussions on the associated meterology and atmospheric composition. This provides the meterological background necessary to deal with the varying conditions found in the real atmosphere.
- The thermodynamics of the atmosphere
- models of the atmosphere
- aerosols and clouds
- refraction, polarization, and aerosols
- rainbows, haloes, and such
- turbulence and optics
- spectra of diatomic molecules
- symmetric and asymmetric top spectra
- line shape functions
- absorption and emission
- molecular absorption by species
- computational tools
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