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International Conference on Satellite Monitoring Technology for Aerosol, Fog and Haze Held at AIOFM
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International conference on “Satellite monitoring technology for aerosol, fog and haze” hosted by Key Laboratiory of Optical Calibration and Characterization (KLOCC) was held in Hefei from June 18th to 19th. Oleg Dubovik, Professor from Atmospherics Optics Laboratory of Lille 1 University, France, was invited to participate in the conference by Professor Qiao Yanli, director of key laboratory and Deputy Director of AIOFM.

Prof. Zheng Xiaobing hosted the meeting. Nearly 40 researchers from China Center for Resources Satellite Data and Application, National Satellite Meteorological Center, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC), Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth CAS, Anhui Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics (AIOFM) participated this conference.

At the meeting, domestic and foreign experts shared the latest development of satellite monitoring technology for aerosol, fog and haze. Prof. Dubovik combined the retrieval algorithm of global monitoring net for aerosol (AERONET) and shared the next-generation aerosol retrieval algorithm of PARASOL named general purpose retrieval algorithm of aerosols and surface characteristics. He also discussed aerosol model mixed with multiple shapes particles surface reflectance model, and summarized Model validation results. In the presentation named “Preliminary program for satellite haze monitoring”, made by Prof. Li Zhengqiang from IRSA, introduced polarization-fire haze monitoring program which will set up a PM2.5 model combined with aerosol optical thickness, particle diameter, elevation and relative humidity.

Dr. Sun bin and Wang Han made presentations named “Preliminary development of polarization aerosol detection : radiation transmittance, retrieval and instruments” and “Land aerosol optical characteristics retrieval for airborne polarization measurement” respectively. They introduced developments in model, algorithm, and airborne experiments for multi-angle polarized camera in the key lab.

Prof. Dubovik and experts exchanged opinions with researchers from AIOFM for current study of the key lab and future cooperation.

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