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Approximation Methods in Atmospheric 3D Radiative Transfer Part 1: Resolved Variability and Phenomenology

  • A.B. Davis
  • I.N. Polonsky
Part of the Physics of Earth and Space Environments book series (EARTH)

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Radiative Transfer Optical Depth Phase Function Diffusion Theory Radiative Transfer Equation 
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