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Ultraviolet albedo and transmittance values for (A) thin (03 m) bare sea; (B) cold 16 m thick ice with a 01 m deep snow cover in April; (C) bare 17 m thick ice in May; and, (D) ponded ice with 01 m of water over 15 m thick ice

Ultraviolet albedo and transmittance values for (A) thin (03 m) bare sea; (B) cold 16 m thick ice with a 01 m deep snow cover in April; (C) bare 17 m thick ice in May; and, (D) ponded ice with 01 m of water over 15 m thick ice

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Published 2007-11-20
Sources Title (cont.) A) was measured in the laboratory and (B), (C) and (D) were measured in shorefast first-year ice near Barrow, Alaska (Perovich 1993). Perovich, D.K., 1993. A theoretical model of ultraviolet light transmission through Antarctic sea ice.
Region geoarctic
Edited_by hugo.ahlenius@grida.no
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