These parameters allow calculating for m = 2 a specific quantity, the column broadband aerosol optical depth (BAOD2).
What does AOD stand for?
AOD stands for Aerosol Optical Depth
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- Administrative Operations Division
- Administrator on Duty
- Admitting Officer of the Day
- Adrenalin Od (band)
- Adult Onset Diabetes
- Adult Organizational Development
- Advance on the Docket (legal)
- Advance Ordnance Detachment
- Advanced Optical Disc (blue laser based storage technology)
- Advise of Delivery (shipping)
- Age of Despair
- Age of Destruction (gaming)
- Age of Discovery (gaming; EverQuest)
- Agony of Defeat
- Air Officer of the Day
- Air Operated Diaphragm (used as elastomer or pump)
- Air Operations Directive (USAF)
- Airspace Operations Demonstration
- Airway Obstructive Disease
- Alarme Optique Domotique (French: Optical Detectors Home Automation; security company)
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The scientists then compared measurements of the aerosol optical depth made by modern instruments with those estimated from the red-to-green ratios of the paintings and of digital photographs, and found that they all matched well.
The two main directions of research were (i) the development of a more robust formulation of the condensed REST2 model (see Section 2) and (ii) the development of a better input data set for the aerosol optical depth (AOD, see Section 3).
Aerosols are mostly characterized by the aerosol optical depth (AOD), which is related to Angstrom's turbidity coefficient [beta] and the wavelength exponent [alpha] through:
They used aerosol optical depth measured by a satellite to determine a high-exposure window and distinguish counties most affected by the dense smoke plume from surrounding reference counties.
2010) integrated the satellite-based aerosol optical depth (AOD) and the chemical transport models (CTM) to develop concentrations of particulate matter < 2.
We agree that integration of satellite-based aerosol optical depth (AOD) with a chemical transport model (CTM) is valuable to develop estimates of air quality.
5] concentrations using total-column aerosol optical depth (AOD) from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) and Multiangle Imaging Spectroradiometer (MISR) satellite instruments and coincident aerosol vertical profiles from the GEOS-Chem global chemical transport model.