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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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1997

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Bilbao, J.; de Miguel, A.; Cachorro, V.; Tricio, V.; Viloria, R.; Casado, H.

Resistance model to calculate ozone dry deposition velocity Conference

1997.

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Córdoba, C.; Muñoz, J.A.; Cachorro, V.; Aguirre De Cárcer, I.; Cussó, F.; Jaque, F.

The detection of solar ultraviolet-C radiation using KCl:Eu2+ thermoluminescence dosemeters Journal Article

Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 30 (21), pp. 3024-3027, 1997.

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Cachorro, V.E.; Tanré, D.

The correlation between particle mass loading and extinction: Application to desert dust content estimation Journal Article

Remote Sensing of Environment, 60 (2), pp. 187-194, 1997.

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Cachorro, V.E.; De Frutos, A.M.

An analytical study about the ratio between particle mass loading and extinction: Application to desert dust aerosols Journal Article

Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 57 (4), pp. 559-568, 1997.

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1996

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Cachorro, V.E.; Durán, P.; De Frutos, A.M.

Retrieval of vertical ozone content using the Chappuis band with high spectral resolution solar radiation measurements Journal Article

Geophysical Research Letters, 23 (23), pp. 3325-3328, 1996.

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