- n. Plural form of radiometer.
“The sources for global atmospheric temperature readings are radiometers flying on NASA and Remote Sensing System satellites since 1979.”
“Donald K. Forbes states: "The sources for global atmospheric temperature readings are radiometers flying on NASA and Remote Sensing System satellites since 1979" Letters , Sept. 27.”
“Similar results were obtained by Jokela et al. , who pointed UV radiometers azimuthally South, North, West, and East to assess UV dose rates on vertical surfaces in Saariselkä, Finland.”
“Methodology for deriving clearsky erythemal calibration factors for UV broadband radiometers of the U.S.”
“Global ultraviolet spectra derived directly from observations with multichannel radiometers.”
“Spectral and broadband radiometers, as well as narrowband multi-filter instruments, are used to measure surface UV irradiance.”
“Measurements of UV-B radiation at ground level and at the personal level by integrating or spectral radiometers and personal dosimeters”
“In Russia, total ozone is monitored using filter radiometers.”
“Measure incident UV-B radiation at ground and individual levels using personal dosimeters and ground-based integrating and spectral radiometers.”
“So Dr. Kramm, please tell us how all those radiometers that have measured emission from the atmosphere to the ground are doing criminal physics, or is there some majic shield on the surface that prevents the radiated energy from being absorbed.”
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