Vol. 11, issue 10, article # 3

pdf Sakerin S. M., Kabanov D. M., Eryomina T. A., Rasskazchikova T. M., Turchinovich S. A. Small-scale spatiotemporal variability of the atmospheric transmission and solar radiation. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1998. V. 11. No. 10. P. 897-901.
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We present analysis of regularities in the small-scale spatiotemporal variability of the transmission and radiative properties of the atmosphere revealed from the results of atmospheric optics investigations in Tomsk region. Three main aspects were treated: 1) diurnal variation of the atmospheric transmission components (aerosol, water vapor) causing a decrease in the solar radiation influx in the evening period; 2) peculiarities of variations of the atmospheric transmission in the neighboring regions (urban – forest area) and the urban effect on the radiation regime; 3) interrelations of synoptic variations of individual components and the influence of the air masses changes, typical for the West-Siberian region, on the parameters under study.