Absorption references

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Calorimetric method + Photothermal interferometric (R)

  1. Chan,C., Effective absorption for thermal blooming due to aerosols, Appl. Phys. Lett., Vol.26, No.11, pp.628-630, 1975.
  2. Kaufman,Y., Gersten,A., Simultaneous heating and temperature measurements by an infrared laser beam, Appl. Opt., Vol.15, No.2, pp.353-357, 1976.
  3. Kaufman,Y., Oppenheim,U., Time-resolved molecular excitation and heat effects induced by infrared radiation, Appl. Opt., Vol.16, No.7, pp.1931-1935, 1977.
  4. Hänel,G., Hillenbrand,Ch., Calorimetric measurement of optical absorption, Appl. Opt., Vol.28, No.3, pp.510-516, 1989.
  5. Sedlacek,A., Lee,J., Photothermal Interferometric Aerosol Absorption Spectrometry, Aerosol Science and Technology, Vol.41, pp.1089-1101, 2007.

Photoacoustic method (R)

  1. Bennett,H., Forman,R., Absorption coefficients of weakly absorbing solids: theory of a barothermal gas cell, Appl. Opt., Vol.15, No.2, pp.347-352, February 1976.
  2. Bennett,H., Forman,R., Photoacoustic methods for measuring surface and bulk absorption coefficients in highly transparent materials: theory of a gas cell, Appl. Opt., Vol.15, No.10, pp.2405-2413, October 1976.
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  4. Rosencwaig,A., Gersho,A., Theory of the photoacoustic effect with solids, J.Appl.Phys., Vol.47, No.1, pp.64-69, 1976.
  5. Bruce,C.W., Pinnick,R.G., In situ measurements of light absorption with a resonant cw laser spectrophone, Appl.Opt., 16, 1762-1765, 1977. (ntenho)
  6. Terhune,R.W., Anderson,J.E., Spectrophone measurements of the absorption of visible light by aerosols in the atmosphere, Optics Letters, Vol.1, No.2, pp.70-72, 1977.
  7. Roessler,D.M., Faxvog,F.R., Optoacoustic measurements of optical absorption in acetylene smoke, J.Opt.Soc.Am., Vol.69, No.12, pp.1699-1704, 1979.
  8. Yasa,Z., Amer,N.M., Rosen,H., Hansen,A.D.A., Novakov,T., Photoacoustic investigation of the aerosol particles, Appl.Opt., 18, 2528-2530, 1979. (ntenho)
  9. Foot,J.S., Spectrophone Measurements of the Absorption of Solar Radiation by Aerosol, Q.J.R.Meteorol.Soc., 105, 275-283, 1979. (ntenho)
  10. Dinmukhametova,L.P., Mogilyuk,I.A., Toporkov,Y.G., Optical-microstructural characteristics of soil-derived aerosol, Izv. Atmos. Oceanic Sci., 22, 126-131, 1986. (ntenho)
  11. Adams,K., Real-time in-situ measurements of atmospheric optical absorption in the visible via photoacoustic spectroscopy: evaluation of photoacoustic cells, Appl. Opt., Vol.27, No.19, pp.4052-4056, 1988. (ntenho)
  12. Adams,K., Davis,L.I.Jr., Japar,S.M., Pierson,W.R., Real-time in situ measurement of atmospheric optical absorption in the visible via photoacoustic spectroscopy - validation for atmospheric elemental carbon aerosol, Atmospheric Environment, 23, 693-700, 1989. (ntenho)
  13. Adams,K., Davis,L.I.Jr., Japar,S.M., Finley,D.R., Real-time in situ measurement of atmospheric optical absorption in the visible via photoacoustic spectroscopy, IV, Visibility degradation and aerosol optical properties in Los Angeles, Atmospheric Environment, Part A, 24, 605-610, 1990. (ntenho)
  14. Arnott,W.P., Moosmüller,H., Rogers,C.F., Jin,T., Bruch,R., Photoacoustic spectrometer for measuring light absorption by aerosol: instrument description, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.33, pp.2845-2852, 1999. (estão em "Measurements and comparisons of techniques")
  15. Arnott,W.P., Moosmüller,H., Walker,J.W., Nitrogen dioxide and kerosene-flame soot calibration of photoacoustic instruments for measurement of light absorption by aerosols, Rev. Sci. Instruments, 71, 4545-4552, 2000. (ntenho)
  16. Arnott,W.P., Walker,J.W., Moosmüller,H., Elleman,R., Jonsson,H., Buzorius,G., Conant,W., Flagan,R., Seinfeld,J., Photoacoustic insight for aerosol light absorption aloft from meteorological aircraft and comparison with particle soot absorption photometer measurements: DOE Southern Great Plains climate research facility and the coastal stratocumulus imposed perturbation experiments, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.111, D05S02, doi:10.1029/2005JD005964, 2006.
  17. Lack,D., Lovejoy,E., Baynard,T., Pettersson,A., Ravishankara,A., Aerosol Absorption Measurement using Photoacoustic Spectroscopy: Sensitivity, Calibration, and Uncertainty Developments, Aerosol Science and Technology, Vol.40, No.9, pp.697-708, 2006.
  18. Lewis,K., Arnott,W., Moosmüller,H., Wold,C., Strong spectral variation of biomass smoke light absorption and single scattering albedo observed with a novel dual-wavelength photoacoustic instrument, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.113, D16203, doi:10.1029/2007JD009699, 2008.
  19. Massoli,P., Bates,T., Quinn,P., Lack,D., Baynard,T., Lerner,B., Tucker,S., Brioude,J., Stohl,A., Williams,E., Aerosol optical and hygroscopic properties during TexAQS-GoMACCS 2006 and their impact on aerosol direct radiative forcing, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.114, D00F07, doi:10.1029/2008JD011604, 2009.
  20. Wehner,B., Berghof,M., Cheng,Y., Achtert,P., Birmili,W., Nowak,A., Wiedensohler,A., Garland,R., Pöschl,U., Hu,M., Zhu,T., Mixing state of nonvolatile aerosol particle fractions and comparison with light absorption in the polluted Beijing region, Vol. 114, D00G17, 2009
  21. Cheng,Y., Berghof,M., Garland,R., Wiedensohler,A., Wehner,B., Müller,T., Su,H., Zhang,Y., Achtert,P., Nowak,A., Pöschl,U., Zhu,T., Hu,M., Zeng,L., Influence of soot mixing state on aerosol light absorption and single scattering albedo during air mass aging at a polluted regional site in northeastern China, Vol. 114, D00G10, 2009

Integrating sphere method

  1. Fischer,K., Mass absorption coefficients of natural aerosol particles in the 0,4 to 2,4 µm wavelenght interval, Contr. Atmos. Phys., 46, 89-100, 1973.
  2. Lindberg,J.D., Laude,L.S., Measurement of the absorption coefficient of atmospheric dust, Appl. Opt., Vol.13, No.8, pp.1923-1927, 1974.
  3. Lindberg,J.D., Absorption coefficient of atmospheric dust and other strongly absorbing powders: an improvment on the method of measurement, Appl. Opt., Vol.14, No.12, pp.2813-2815, 1975.
  4. Heintzenberg,J., Size-segregated measurements of particulate elemental carbon and light absorption at remote Arctic locations, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.16, No.10, pp.2461-2469, 1982.
  5. Heintzenberg,J., Measurement of the light absorption and elemental carbon in atmospheric aerosol samples from remote locations, In Particulate Carbon, Atmospheric Life Cycle, (edited by Wolff G.T. and Klimisch R.), pp.371-386, Plenum Press, New York, 1982.
  6. Gillespie,J.B., Lindberg,J.D., Seasonal and geographic variations in imaginary refractive index of atmospheric particulate matter, Appl. Opt., Vol.31, No.12, 2107-2111, 1992.
  7. Gillespie,J.B., Lindberg,J.D., Ultraviolet and visible imaginary refractive index of strongly absorbing atmospheric particulate matter, Appl. Opt., Vol.31, No.12, 2112-2115, 1992.
  8. Lindberg,J.D., Douglass,R.E., Garvey,D.M., Absorption-coefficient-determination method for particulate materials, Appl. Opt., Vol.33, No.19, 4314-4319, 1994.
  9. Hitzenberger,R., Dusek,U., Berner,A., Black carbon measurements using an integrating sphere, J. Geophys. Res., Vol.101, No.D14, pp.19,601-19,606, 1996.
  10. Marley,N., Gaffney,J., Baird,J., Blazer,C., Drayton,P., Frederick,J., An empirical method for the determination of the complex refractive index of size-fractionated atmospheric aerosols for radiative transfer calculations, Aerosol Science and Technology, Vol.34, pp.535-549, 2001.
  11. Hitzenberger,R., Berner,A., Measurement of the water and black carbon content of atmospheric aerosol samples, EUROTROAC-2 (A EUREKA Environmental Project) AEROSOL Final Report, pp.85-89, 2003.

Integrating plate method

  1. Lin,C.I., Baker,M., Charlson,R.J., Absorption coefficient of atmospheric aerosols: a method for measurement, Appl. Opt., Vol.12, No.6, pp.1356-1363, 1973.
  2. Weiss,R.E., Waggoner,A.P., Thorsell,D.L., Hall,J.S., Riley,L.A., Charlson, R.J., Studies of the optical, physical and chemical properities of light absorbing aerosols, Proceedings, Conference on Carbonaceous Particles in the Atmosphere, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, California, LBL-9037, 257-263, 1979 (NTIS, Springfield, Va. 22161, 1979).
  3. Waggoner,A.P., Weiss,R.E., et al., Optical Characteristics of atmospheric aerosols, Atmospheric Environment, 15, 1891-1909, 1981.
  4. Clarke,A.D., Waggoner,A.P., Measurement of particle optical absorption, imaginary refractive index, mass concentration, and size at First International LAAP Workshop, Appl.Opt., Vol.21, No.3, pp.398-402, 1982.
  5. Clarke,A.D., Effects of filter internal reflection coefficient on light absorption measurements made using the integrating plate method, Appl.Opt., Vol.21, No.16, pp.3021-3031, 1982.
  6. Patterson,E., McMahon,C., Absorption characteristics of forest fire particulate matter, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.18, No.11, pp.2541-2551, 1984.
  7. Lewis,C.W., Dzubay,T.G., Aerosol Sci. Technol., 5:325-336, 1986.
  8. Horvath,H., Habenreich,T.A.H., Absorption coefficient of the Vienna aerosol: comparison of two methods, Aerosol Sci. Technol., Vol.10, pp.506-514, 1989.
  9. Horvath,H., Metzig G., Experimental determination of the accuracy of light absorption mesurements with the integrating plate method, J.Aerosol Sci., Vol.21, Suppl.1, pp.s525-s528, 1990.
  10. Hansen,A.D.A., Kapustin,V.N., Kopeikin,V.M., Gillette,D.A., Bodhaine,B.A., Optical absorption by aerosol black carbon and dust in a desert region of Soviet Central Asia, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.27A, No.16, pp.2527-2531, 1993.
  11. Horvath,H., Experimental calibration for aerosol light absorption measurements using the integrating plate method - summary of the data, J.Aerosol Sci., Vol.28, No.7, pp.1149-1161, 1997.
  12. Horvath,H., Systematic deviations of light absorption measurements by filter transmission methods, J.Aerosol Sci., Vol.28, Supplement 1, pp.S55-S56, 1997.
  13. Heintzenberg,J., Bussemer,M., Development and application of a spectral light absorption photometer for aerosol and hydrosol samples, J.Aerosol Sci., Vol.31, No.7, pp.801-812, 2000.
  14. Chow,J., Lowenthal,D.H., Watson,J.G., Kohl,S.D., Hinsvark,B.A., Hackett,E.I., McCormack,J.K., Light absorption by black sand dust, Appl.Opt., Vol.39, No.24, pp.4232-4236, 2000.
  15. Gramsch,E., Catalán,L., Ormeño,I., Palma,G., Traffic and seasonal dependence of the light absorption coefficient in Santiago de Chile, Appl.Opt., Vol.39, No.27, pp.4895-4901, 2000.
  16. Aoki,T., Aoki,T., Fukabori,M., Hachikubo,A., Tachibana,Y., Nishio,F., Effects of snow physical parameters on spectral albedo and bidirectional reflectance of snow surface, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.105, No.D8, pp.10,219-10,236, 2000.
  17. Gangl,M., Horvath,H., Experimental investigation of the absorption of internally mixed black carbon particles, In International Aerosol Conference, Summer 2002.
  18. Taha,G., Box,G., Cohen,D., Stelcer,E., Black carbon measurement using laser integrating plate method, Aerosol Science & Technology, Vol41, pp.266-276, 2007.

Integrating sandwich method (R)

  1. Clarke,A.D., Integrating sandwich. A new method of measurement for the light absorption coefficient for atmospheric particles, Applied Optics, Vol.21, No.16, pp.3011-3020, 1982.
  2. Clarke,A.D., Aerosol light absorption by soot in remote environments, Aer. Sci. Tech, 10, 161-171, 1989. (ntenho)

Laser transmissometric method (R)

  1. Rosen H., Hansen,A.D.A., Gundel,L., Novakov,T., Identification of the optically absorbing component in urban aerosols, Applied Optics, Vol.17, No.24, pp.3859-3861, 1978.
  2. Rosen,H., Novakov,T., Bodhaine,B.A., Soot in the Arctic, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.15, No.8, pp.1371-1374, 1981.
  3. Rosen,H., Novakov,T., Optical transmission through aerosol deposits on diffusively reflective filters: a method for measuring the absorbing component of aerosol particles, Applied Optics, Vol.22, No.9, pp.1265-1267, 1983.
  4. Chou,C., Chen,T.-K., Huang,S.-H., Liu,S., Radiative absorption capability of asian dust with black carbon contamination, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol.30, No.12, 1616, doi:10.1029/2003GL017076, 2003.
  5. Chou,C., Chen,W.-N., Chang,S.-Y., Chen,T.-K., Huang,S.-H., Specific cross-section and elemental carbon content of urban aerosols, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol.32, L21808, doi:10.1029/2005GL024301, 2005.

Visual comparator method (R)

  1. Twomey,S., Direct visual photometric technique for estimating absorption in collected aerosol samples, Applied Optics, Vol.19, No.11, pp.1740-1741, 1980.

Polar photometry method (R)

  1. Hänel,G., Single scattering albedo, asymmetry parameters, apparent refractive index and apparent soot content of dry atmospheric particles, Applied Optics, Vol.27, No.11, pp.2287-2295, 1988.
  2. Hänel,G., Optical properties of atmospheric particles: complete parameter sets obtained throught polar photometry and an improved inversion technique, Applied Optics, Vol.33, No.30, pp.7187-7199, 1994.
  3. Kopp,C., Petzold,A., Niessner,R., Investigation of the specific attenuation cross-section of aerosols deposited on fiber filters with a polar photometer to determine black carbon, J.Aerosol Sci., Vol.30, No.9, pp.1153-1163, 1999.

The aethalometer (R)

    (Tenho uma bibliografia muito + completa enviada directamente pelo autor: Selected reprints - Taken from the scientific literature on the topic of Aerosol Black Carbon)
  1. Magee Scientific Company
  2. Hansen,A.D.A., Rosen,H., Novakov,T., Real-time measurements of the absorption coefficient of aerosol particles, Applied Optics, Vol.21, No.17, pp.3060-3062, 1982.
  3. Hansen,A.D.A., Rosen,H., Novakov,T., The Aethalometer - an instrument for the real-time measurement of optical absorption by aerosol particles, Science of the Total Environment, Vol.36, pp.191-196, 1984.
  4. Hansen,A.D.A., Novakov,T., Real-time measurement of aerosol black carbon during the carbonaceous species methods comparision study, Aerosol Science and Technology, Vol.12, pp.194-199, 1990.
  5. Bahrmann,C., Saxena,V., Influence of air mass history on black carbon concentration and regional climate forcing in southeastern United States, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.103, No.D18, pp.23,153-23,161, 1998.
  6. Babich,P., Davey,M., Allen,G., Koutrakis,P., Method comparisons for particulate nitrate, elemental carbon and PM2.5 mass in seven U.S. cities, J. Air & Waste Manage. Assoc., Vol.50, pp.1095-1105, 2000.
  7. Fialho,P., Hansen,A., Honrath,R., Absorption coefficients by aerosols in remote areas: a new approach to decouple dust and black carbon absorption coefficients using seven-wavelength Aethalometer data, J.Aerosol Sci., Vol.36, pp.267-282, 2005.
  8. Tripathi,S., Dey,S., Tare,V., Satheesh,S., Lal,S., Venkataramani,S., Enhanced layer of black carbon in a north Indian industrial city, Geophys.Res.Lett., Vol.32, L12802, doi:10.1029/2005GL022564, 2005.
  9. Ganguly,D., Jayaraman,A., Gadhavi,H., Rajesh,T., Features in wavelength dependence of aerosol absorption observed over central India, Geophys.Res.Lett., Vol.32, L13821, doi:10.1029/2005GL023023, 2005.
  10. Moorthy,K., Satheesh,S., Babu,S., Saha,A., Large latitudinal gradients and temporal heterogeneity in aerosol black carbon and its mass mixing ratio over southern and northern oceans observed during a trans-contiental cruise experiment, Geophys.Res.Lett., Vol.32, L14818, doi:10.1029/2005GL023267, 2005.
  11. Wang,G., Bai,J., Kong,Q., Emilenko,A., Black carbon particles in the urban atmosphere in Beijing, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, Vol.22, No.5, pp.640-646, 2005.
  12. Tripathi,S., Dey,S., Tare,V., Aerosol black carbon radiative forcing at an industrial city in northern India, Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol.32, L08802, doi:10.1029/2005GL022515, 2005.
  13. Arnott,P., Hamasha,K., Moosmüller,H., Sheridan,P., Ogren,J., Towards aerosol light absorption measurements with a 7-wavelength Aethalometer: Evaluation with a photoacoustic instrument and a 3 wavelength nephelometer, Aerosol Science & Technology, Vol.39, pp.17-29, 2005.
  14. Cheng,Y., Lee,S., Ho,K., Wang,Y., Cao,J., Chow,J., Watson,J., Black carbon measurement in a coastal area of south China, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.111, D12310, doi:10.1029/2005JD006663, 2006.
  15. Hyvärinen,A.-P., Lihavainen,H., Komppula,M., Sharma,V., Kerminen, V.-M., Panwar,T., Viisanen,Y., Continuous measurements of optical properties of atmospheric aerosols in Mukteshwar, northern India, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 114, No. D8, D08207, 2009.
  16. Beegum,S., Moorthy,K., Babu,S., Satheesh,S., Vinoj,V., Badarinath,K., Safai,P., Devara,P., Singh,S., Vinod, Dumka,U., Pant,P., Spatial distribution of aerosol black carbon over India during pre-monsoon season, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.43, pp. 1071-1078, 2009.
  17. Gadhavi,H., Jayaraman,A., Absorbing aerosols: contribution of biomass burning and implications for radiative forcing, Annales Geophysicae, Vol.28, pp.103-111, 2010.


  1. Description of Particle Soot Absorption Photometer (PSAP)
  2. Anderson,T., Covert,D., Wheeler,J., Harris,J., Perry,K., Trost,B., Jaffe,D., Ogren,J., Aerosol backscatter fraction and single scattering albedo: Measured values and uncertainties at a coastal station in the Pacific Northwest, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.104, No.D21, pp.26,793-26,807, 1999.
  3. Petzold,A., Schönlinner,M., Multi-angle photometry --- a new method for the measurement of aerosol light absorption and atmospheric black carbon, Jounal of Aerosol Science, Vol.53, pp.421-441, 2004.
  4. Petzold,A., Schloesser,H., Sheridan,P., Arnott,W.P., Ogren,J., Virkkula,A., Evaluation of multiangle absorption photometry for measuring aerosol light absorption, Aerosol Science and Technology, Vol.39, pp.40-51, 2005.
  5. Virkkula,A., Ahlquist,N., Covert,D., Arnott,W., Sheridan,P., Quinn,P., Coffman,D., Modification, calibration and a field test of an instrument for measuring light absorption by particles, Aerosol Science & Technology, pp.68-83, 2005.
  6. Springston,S., Sedlacek III,A., Noise characteristics of an instrumental particle absorbance technique, Aerosol Science & Technology, Vol.41, pp.1110-1116, 2007.
  7. Cappa,C., Bates,T., Quinn,P., Lack,D., Source characterization from ambient measurements of aerosol optical properties, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 36, No. 14, L14813, 2009.
  8. Müller,T., Schladitz,A., Massling,A., Kaaden,N., Kandler,K., Spectral absorption coefficients and imaginary parts of refractive indices of Saharan dust during SAMUM-1, Tellus, Vol.61B, pp.79-95, 2009.
  9. Khatri,P., Ishizaka,Y., Takamura,T., A Study on Aerosol Optical Properties in an Urban Atmosphere of Nagoya, Japan, Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, Vol.87, no1, pp.19-38, 2009.
  10. Lack,D., Quinn,P., Massoli,P. Bates,T., Coffman,D., Covert,D., Sierau,B., Tucker,S., Baynard,T., Lovejoy,E., Murphy,D., Ravishankara,A., Relative humidity dependence of light absorption by mineral dust after long-range atmospheric transport from the Sahara, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 36, L24805, 2009.
  11. Lyamani,H., Olmo,F., Alados-Arboledas,L., Physical and optical properties of aerosols over an urban location in Spain: seasonal and diurnal variability, Atmos. Chem Phys., Vol.10, pp.239-254, 2010.

Measurements and comparisons of techniques (R)

  1. Szkarlat,A.C., Japar,S.M., Light absorption by airbone aerosols: Comparison of integrating plate and spectrophone techniques, Appl.Opt., 20, 1151-1155, 1981. (ntenho)
  2. Sadler,M., Charlson,R.J., Rosen,H., Novakov,T., An intercomparision of the integrating plate and the laser transmission methods for determination of aerosol absorption coefficients, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.15, No.7, pp.1265-1268, 1981. (ntenho)
  3. Stevens,R.K., McClenny,W.A., Dzubay,T.G., Masen,N.A., Courtney,W.J., In Particulate Carbon, Atmospheric Life Cycle (G.T. Wolff and R.L.Klimisch, eds.) Plenum, New York, pp.111-126, 1982.
  4. Bennett,C.A.Jr., Patty,R.R., Monitoring particulate carbon collected on Teflon filters: an evaluation of photoacoustic and transmission techniques Appl. Opt., Vol.21, No.3, pp.371-374, 1982.
  5. Gerber,H.E., Hindman,E.E., Light absorption by aerosol particles: First International Workshop, Appl. Opt., Vol.21, No.3, pp.370, 1982.
  6. Gerber,H.E., Hindman,E.E., Light absorption by aerosol particles, Spectrum Press, 1982.
  7. Hänel,G., Busen,R., Hillenbrand,C., Schloss,R., Light absorption measurements: new techniques, Appl. Opt., Vol.21, No.3, pp.382-386, 1982.
  8. Ramsey-Bell,O.C., Couture,G., Comparison of three methods for measuring light absorption by collected aerosols, Appl.Opt., Vol.24, No.15, pp.2397-2400, 1985.
  9. Clarke,A.D., Noone,K.J., Heintzenberg,J., Warren,S.G., Covert,D.S., Aerosol light absorption measurement techniques: analysis and intercomparisons, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.21, No.6, pp.1455-1465, 1987.
  10. Campbell,D., Copeland,S., Cahill,T., Eldred,R., Cahill,C., Vasenka,J., The coefficient of optical absorption from particles deposited on filters: integrating plate, integrating sphere, and coefficient of haze measurements, presented at the 82nd Annual Meeting and Exhibition of the Air and Waste Management Association, Anaheim, California, 25-30 June, 1989. (ntenho)
  11. Ruoss,R., Dlugi,R., Weigl,C., Hänel,G., Intercomparison of different aethalometers with an absorption technique: laboratory calibrations and field measurements, Atmospheric Environment, 26A, 3161-3168, 1992. (ntenho)
  12. Horvath,H., Atmospheric light absorption - a review, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.27A, No.3, pp.293-317, 1993.
  13. Horvath,H., Comparison of measurements of the aerosol optical absorption by filter collection and a transmissometric method, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.27A, No.3, pp.319-325, 1993.
  14. Horvath,H, Itoh,M., Preining,O., Light extinction and light absorption of the Kyoto aerosol, , Vol.9, No.4, pp.330-337, 1994.
  15. Campbell,D., Copeland,S., Cahill,T., Measurement of aerosol absorption coefficient from Teflon filters using integrating plate and integrating sphere techniques, Aerosol Sci. Technol., 22, 287-292, 1995. (ntenho)
  16. Huffman,H.D., Comparison of the light absorption coefficient and carbon measures for remote aerosols: an independent analysis of data from the IMPROVE network I, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.30, No.1, pp.73-83 and 85-99, 1996.
  17. Huffman,H.D., The reconstruction of aerosol light absorption by particle measurements at remote sites: an independent analysis of data from the IMPROVE network II, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.30, No.1, pp.85-99, 1996.
  18. Clarke,A., Ogren,J., Charlson,R., Comment on measurement of aerosol absorption coefficient from Teflon filters using integrating plate and integrating sphere techniques by D. Campbell, S. Copeland, and T. Cahill, Aerosol Sci. Technol., 24, 221-224, 1996. (ntenho)
  19. Campbell,D., Copeland,S., Cahill,T., Response to 'Comment on measurement of aerosol absorption coefficient from Teflon filters using integrating plate and integrating sphere techniques by D. Campbell, S. Copeland, and T. Cahill' by A. Clarke, J. Ogren, R. Charlson, Aerosol Sci. Technol., 24, 225-229, 1996. (ntenho)
  20. Pesava,P., Horvath,H., Comparision of two measurements methods for spectral extinction of the atmospheric aerosol, J. Aerosol Sci., Vol.28, Supplement 1, pp.S661-S662, 1997.
  21. Moosmüller,H., Arnott,W.P., Rogers,C.F., Chow,J.C., Frazier,C.A., Sherman,L.E., Dietrich,D.L., Photo-acoustic and filter measurements related to aerosol light absorption during the Northern Front Range Air Quality Study (Colorado 1996/1997), J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 103, 28, 28,149-28,157, 1998. (ntenho)
  22. Reid,J.S., P.V.Hobbs, C.Liousse, J.V.Martins, R.E.Weiss, T.F.Eck, Comparisons of techniques for measuring shortwave absorption and black carbon content of aerosols from biomass burning in Brazil, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 32,031-32,040, 1998a. (ntenho)
  23. Hitzenberger,R., Jennings,S., Larson,S., Dillner,A., Cachier,H., Galambos,Z., Rouc,A., Spain,T., Intercomparison of measurement methods for black carbon aerosols, Atmospheric Environment, 33, 2823-2833, 1999.
  24. Arnott,W.P., Moosmüller,H., Rogers,C.F., Jin,T., Bruch,R., Photoacoustic spectrometer for measuring light absorption by aerosols: Instrument description, Atmospheric Environment, 33, 2845-2852, 1999.
  25. Seidl,S., Wex,H., Kaller,W., Horvath,H., Extinction, absorption and scattering coefficients measured with three different instruments during LACE 98 - a comparison, J.Aerosol Sci., Vol.30, Supplement 1, pp.S479-S480, 1999.
  26. Kaller,W., Wex,H., Seidl,S., Horvath,H., Horizontal extinction of ambient aerosol and scattering of dried aerosol during the LACE 98 experiment a comparison, J.Aerosol Sci., Vol.30, Supplement 1, pp.S521-S522, 1999.
  27. Bond,T.C., Anderson,T.L., Campbell,D., Calibration and intercomparison of filter-based measurements of visible light absorption by aerosols, Aerosol Sci. and Tech., 30(6), 582-600, 1999.
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2004 (R)

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2005 (R)

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2006 (R)

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2007 (R)

  1. Li,Z., Xia,X., Cribb,M., Mi,W., Holben,B., Wang,P., Chen,H., Tsay,S.-C., Eck,T., Zhao,F., Dutton,E., Dickerson,R., Aerosol optical properties and their radiative effects in northern China, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol.112, D22S01, doi:10.1029/2006JD007382, 2007.
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2008 (R)

  1. Barnard,J., Volkamer,R., Kassianov,E., Estimation of the mass absorption cross section of the organic component of aerosols in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area (MCMA), Atmos.Chem.Phys.Discuss., Vol.8, pp.10189-10225, 2008.
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2009 (R)

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2010 (R)

  1. Russell,P., Bergstrom,R., Shinozuka,Y., Clarke,A., DeCarlo,P., Jimenez,J., Livingston,J., Redemann,J., Dubovik,O., Strawa,A., Absorption Angstrom Exponent in AERONET and related data as an indicator of aerosol composition, Atmos. Chem. Phys., Vol.10, pp.1155-1169, 2010.

2011 (R)

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