Recovery of Parameters for the Multimodal Aerosol Com-ponent in the Atmosphere from Spectral Polarimetric Measurements
Keywords:atmosphere, degree of linear polarization, aerosol, recovery of parameters
A method for detecting the major aerosol modes in an atmospheric column and recovering the probable values of the microphysical parameters of their particles from the spectral phase dependences of the sky linear polarization degree has been proposed. A test processing of sky polarization measurements over the location site of the Main Astronomical Observatory of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Golosiiv, Kyiv) is performed. Two major, coarse and fi ne, aerosol modes are found in the city atmosphere. The microphysical parameters of those modes are determined assuming the normal-logarithmic distribution function for the particle sizes.
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