MIRAI MR10-02 Aerosol optical properties

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The aerosol optical characteristics were computed using the SKYRAD.pack version 4.2 developed by Nakajima et al. (1996). We
present the temporal and spatial variation and the relationship of Ångsröm parameters (i.e., aerosol optical thickness and Ångström exponent).

For Using Data

Kazuma Aoki (University of Toyama)
JAMSTEC / BPPT joint cruise in the Indonesian waters.
If you need data and results, please contact me (Kazuma Aoki).
When sky radiometer data is published, include at least one of scientists in Dr. Kazuma Aoki of Univ. Toyama.
Instrument:
Ship-borne Sky Radiometer (POM-01 MK-II)
Instrument Information:
We started the monitoring of aerosols optical properties since 1994, by using a sky radiometer (http://skyrad.sci.u-toyama.ac.jp/). The sky radiometer is anautomatic instrument that takes observations only in daytime under the clear sky. Observation of aureole interval was made every five minutes by once. There were used to measure direct solar irradiance and diffuse solar radiance.
Y M D H Lon Lat Alpha AOT500: Year Month Day Hour Longitude Latitude Angstrom exponent Aerosol optical thickness at 0.5 μm:
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MR10-02_skyrad.zip

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