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Jordan et al. New In Situ Aerosol Hyperspectral Optical Measurements over 300–700 nm, Part 1: Spectral Aerosol Extinction (SpEx) Instrument Field Validation during the KORUS-OC cruise https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-2020-317
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Jordan et al. New In Situ Aerosol Hyperspectral Optical Measurements over 300–700 nm, Part 2: Extinction, Total Absorption, Water- and Methanol-soluble Absorption observed during the KORUS-OC cruise https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-2020-318
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions
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