The atmospheric parameters controlling the UV-B irradiance at the Earth’s surface are shortly described. The long-term changes in the stratospheric and tropospheric composition affecting the UV radiative transfer are reviewed in order to define the appropriate strategy for global UV-B monitoring. The broad-band radiometer and spectral irradiance measurements currently performed are presented and discussed.
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- Atmospheric Changes and UV-B Monitoring
Paul C. Simon
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg