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Dataset Information Available as of 2014-04-02.

Datasets (with related publications, if any)

LBA-ECO TG-03 Aeronet Aerosol Optical Thickness Measurements, Brazil: 1993-2005 (archived at ORNL DAAC)

  1. Echalar, F., P. Artaxo, J.V. Martins, M. Yamasoe, F. Gerab, W. Maenhaut, and B. Holben. 1998. Long-term monitoring of atmospheric aerosols in the Amazon Basin: Source identification and apportionment. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 103(D24):31849-31864.
  2. M. A. Yamasoe. 2006. Effect of smoke and clouds on the transmissivity of photosynthetically active radiation inside the canopy. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 6, 1645-1656.
  3. Oliveira, P.H.F., P. Artaxo, C. Pires, S. De Lucca, A. Procopio, B. Holben, J. Schafer, L.F. Cardoso, S.C. Wofsy, and H.R. Rocha. 2007. The effects of biomass burning aerosols and clouds on the CO2 flux in Amazonia. Tellus Series B-Chemical and Physical Meteorology 59(3):338-349.
  4. Procopio, A.S., et al. 2004. Multiyear analysis of amazonian biomass burning smoke radiative forcing of climate. GRL VOL. 31, L03108, doi:10.1029/2003GL018646.
  5. Schafer et al. 2008, Characterization of the optical properties of atmospheric aerosols in Amazoonia from long-term AERONET monitoring (1993-1995 and 1999-2006). Journal of Geophysical Research, VOL. 113, D04204, doi:10.1029/2007JD009319, 2008.
  6. Schafer, J.S., B.N. Holben, T.F. Eck, M.A. Yamasoe, and P. Artaxo. 2002. Atmospheric effects on insolation in the Brazilian Amazon: Observed modification of solar radiation by clouds and smoke and derived single scattering albedo of fire aerosols. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 107(D20):Article-8074.
  7. Schafer, J.S., T.F. Eck, B.N. Holben, P. Artaxo, M.A. Yamasoe, and A.S. Procopio. 2002. Observed reductions of total solar irradiance by biomass-burning aerosols in the Brazilian Amazon and Zambian Savanna. Geophysical Research Letters 29(17):Article-1823.
LBA-ECO TG-03 Solar Surface Irradiance and PAR, Brazilian Amazon: 1999-2004 (archived at ORNL DAAC)

  1. Echalar, F., P. Artaxo, J.V. Martins, M. Yamasoe, F. Gerab, W. Maenhaut, and B. Holben. 1998. Long-term monitoring of atmospheric aerosols in the Amazon Basin: Source identification and apportionment. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 103(D24):31849-31864.
  2. Oliveira, P.H.F., P. Artaxo, C. Pires, S. De Lucca, A. Procopio, B. Holben, J. Schafer, L.F. Cardoso, S.C. Wofsy, and H.R. Rocha. 2007. The effects of biomass burning aerosols and clouds on the CO2 flux in Amazonia. Tellus Series B-Chemical and Physical Meteorology 59(3):338-349.
  3. Procopio, A. S., P. Artaxo, Y. J. Kaufman, L. A. Remer, J. S. Schafer, and B. N. Holben (2004), Multiyear analysis of amazonian biomass burning smoke radiative forcing of climate, Geophys. Res. Lett., 31, L03108, doi:10.1029/2003GL018646.
  4. Schafer, J. S., T. F. Eck, B. N. Holben, P. Artaxo, and A. F. Duarte (2008), Characterization of the optical properties of atmospheric aerosols in Amazonia from long-term AERONET monitoring (1993-1995 and 1999-2006), J. Geophys. Res., 113,D04204, doi:10.1029/2007JD009319.
  5. Schafer, J.S., B.N. Holben, T.F. Eck, M.A. Yamasoe, and P. Artaxo. 2002. Atmospheric effects on insolation in the Brazilian Amazon: Observed modification of solar radiation by clouds and smoke and derived single scattering albedo of fire aerosols. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 107(D20):Article-8074.
  6. Schafer, J.S., T.F. Eck, B.N. Holben, P. Artaxo, M.A. Yamasoe, and A.S. Procopio. 2002. Observed reductions of total solar irradiance by biomass burning aerosols in the Brazilian Amazon and Zambian Savanna. Geophysical Research Letters 29(17):Article-1823.
  7. Yamasoe, M.A., C. von Randow, A.O. Manzi, J.S. Schafer, T.F. Eck and B.N. Holben. 2006. Effect of smoke and clouds on the transmissivity of photosynthetically active radiation inside the canopy. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 6, 1645-1656.



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