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Title: D2. On a Derivable Formula for Long-Wave Radiation from Clear Skies: A Theoretical and Practical Contribution
Authors: Jacobs, Jennifer
Keywords: Downwelling Longwave radiation
Wilfried Brutsaert
Net Radiation
Issue Date: May-2012
Publisher: Internet-First University Press
Abstract: This talk will focus on the theoretical and practical contribution of Wilfried Brutsaert’s 1975 article On a Derivable Formula for Long-Wave Radiation from Clear Skies. This seminal intellectual advancement will be considered in light of its central importance to past, present and future atmospheric, hydrologic and remote sensing communities. This retrospective recognition also serves to provide insights on recognizing and fostering distinctive scholarship in the present day.
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