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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.

 
 

Publications

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2006

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C. Toledano

Field calibration methods for aerosol optical depth determination with sun photometers Journal Article

Optica Pura y Aplicada, 39 (4) , pp. 303-311, 2006.

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S. Mogo; V. E. Cachorro; M. Sorribas; A. M. de Frutos

Optical and chemical properties of atmospheric particulate size fraction related with air masses in the city of Valladolid (Spain) Journal Article

Optica Pura y Aplicada, 39 , pp. 331-340, 2006.

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V. E. Cachorro; R. Vergaz; A. M. de Frutos; J. M. Vilaplana; D. Henriques; N. Laulainen; C. Toledano

Study of desert dust events over the southwestern Iberian Peninsula in year 2000: two case studies Journal Article

Annales Geophysicae, 24 , pp. 1-18, 2006.

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Sandra Mogo

Técnicas ópticas para la medida de la absorción por aerosoles atmosféricos PhD Thesis

Universidade da Beira Interior, 2006.

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C. L. Myhre; . K. Stebel; C. Toledano; V. E. Cachorro; A. M. de Frutos; C. Forster; J. Schaug

EMEP Status Report 3/2006: Measurements of Particulate Matter Book Chapter

Yttri, K E; Aas, W (Ed.): pp. 73—80, Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), 2006.

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