31 October 1996 Reviewing atmospheric radiative transfer modeling: new developments in high- and moderate-resolution FASCODE/FASE and MODTRAN
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Spectrally uniform treatment of the atmospheric radiative transfer (RI) problem has been approached through two different techniques - very high resolution line-by-line (LBL) algorithms and lower resolution band models (BM). Each has its advantages and specific applications. However, if commonality and validation of a specific pair of RI approaches is to be mutually maintained, then these codes must be continually reevaluated against both measurements and other models.
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Gail P. Anderson, Gail P. Anderson, F. X. Kneizys, F. X. Kneizys, James H. Chetwynd, James H. Chetwynd, Laurence S. Rothman, Laurence S. Rothman, Michael L. Hoke, Michael L. Hoke, Alexander Berk, Alexander Berk, Lawrence S. Bernstein, Lawrence S. Bernstein, Prabhat K. Acharya, Prabhat K. Acharya, Hilary E. Snell, Hilary E. Snell, Eli Mlawer, Eli Mlawer, Shepard A. Clough, Shepard A. Clough, Jinxue Wang, Jinxue Wang, Szu-Chia Lee, Szu-Chia Lee, Henry E. Revercomb, Henry E. Revercomb, Tatsuya Yokota, Tatsuya Yokota, L. M. Kimball, L. M. Kimball, Eric P. Shettle, Eric P. Shettle, Leonard W. Abreu, Leonard W. Abreu, John E. A. Selby, John E. A. Selby, } "Reviewing atmospheric radiative transfer modeling: new developments in high- and moderate-resolution FASCODE/FASE and MODTRAN", Proc. SPIE 2830, Optical Spectroscopic Techniques and Instrumentation for Atmospheric and Space Research II, (31 October 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.256105; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.256105
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