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The Atmospheric Optics Group of Valladolid University (GOA-UVa) is involved in the study of atmospheric components, mainly aerosols, with optical methods. The GOA calibration facility is devoted to radiometric calibration of optical instrumentations such as photometers, and it is part of the AERONET-Europe Central Facility, partially funded by the European Union.

As a university group, our researchers carry out educational and training activity (graduate, master and PhD thesis).

In this site you can find information about the work of the group, members, research lines, publications, projects, vacancies, etc.

Latests 5 Publications

2021

1.

J C Antuña-Sánchez; R Román; V E Cachorro; C Toledano; C López; R González; D Mateos; A Calle; Á M de Frutos

Relative sky radiance from multi-exposure all-sky camera images Journal Article

Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 14 (3), pp. 2201–2217, 2021.

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2.

Ana Barroso; Sandra Mogo; Manuela M V G Silva; Victoria Cachorro; Ángel de Frutos

Morphology, Mineralogy, and Chemistry of Atmospheric Aerosols Nearby an Active Mining Area: Aljustrel Mine (SW Portugal) Journal Article

Atmosphere, 12 (3), 2021, ISSN: 2073-4433.

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3.

AE Bedoya-Velásquez; M Herreras-Giralda; R Román; M Wiegner; S Lefebvre; C Toledano; T Huet; R Ceolato

Ceilometer inversion method using water-vapor correction from co-located microwave radiometer for aerosol retrievals Journal Article

Atmospheric Research, pp. 105379, 2021.

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4.

Ramiro González

Desarrollo de nuevos métodos de procesado de datos de redes fotométricas para el análisis de propiedades del aerosol atmosférico PhD Thesis

Universidad de Valladolid, 2021, (dirección: Carlos Toledano, Roberto Román).

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5.

Juan Carlos Antuña-Sánchez; René Estevan; Roberto Román; Juan Carlos Antuña-Marrero; Victoria E Cachorro; Albeth Rodríguez Vega; Ángel M de Frutos

Solar Radiation Climatology in Camagüey, Cuba (1981–2016) Journal Article

Remote Sensing, 13 (2), 2021, ISSN: 2072-4292.

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