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    • Aerosol closure study by lidar, sun photometry, and airborne optical counters during DAMOCLES field campaign at El Arenosillo sounding station, Spain 

      Guerrero Rascado, Juan Luis; Andrey, J.; Sicard, Michaël; Comerón Tejero, Adolfo; Pujadas Cordero, Manuel; Molero, Francisco; Rocadenbosch Burillo, Francisco; Pedrós Esteban, Roberto; Serrano-Vargas, O.; Gil Ojeda, Manuel; Olmo, F. J.; Lyamani, H.; Navas Guzmán, Francisco; Alados Arboledas, Lucas (American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2011-01-26)
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      We present a comparison of aerosol properties derived from in situ and remote sensing instruments during DAMOCLES campaign, aimed at investigating the equivalence between the instrumentation and methodologies employed by ...
    • Aerosol properties of the Eyjafjallajökull ash derived from sun photometer and satellite observations over the Iberian Peninsula 

      de Frutos, A.M.; Clarisse, L.; González Castanedo, Y.; Baldasano Recio, José María; Wagner, F.; Estelles, Victor; Obregón, M.A.; Lyamani, H.; Toledano, C.; Bennouna, Y; Cachorro, V.; de Galisteo, O.J.P.; Stohl, A.; Stebel, K.; Kristiansen, N.I.; Olmo, F. J. (2012-03-01)
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      The Eyjafjallajökull ash that crossed over Spain and Portugal on 6e12 May 2010 has been monitored by a set of operational sun photometer sites within AERONET-RIMA and satellite sensors. The sun photometer observations ...