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Rayleigh scatter is responsible for the blue color of the sky. Rayleigh scatter is can also produce haze in images. In aerial photography special filters are used to filter out the scattering of blue light to reduce haze. In digital images there are different techniques used to minimize the impacts of Rayleigh scatter.
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At sunrise and sunset the incoming sunlight travels a longer distance path length through the atmosphere. The longer path leads to scatter of the short blue wavelengths that is so complete that we only see the longer wavelengths of light, the red and orange.
In the absence of particles and scattering the sky would appear black. Haze in Shanghai, China due to air pollution Mie scatter occurs when the wavelength of the electromagnetic radiation is a similar size to the atmospheric particles. Mie scatter generally influences radiation from the near UV through the mid- infrared parts of the spectrum.
Mie scatter mostly occurs in the lower portions of the atmosphere where larger particles are more abundant, and dominates when cloud conditions are overcast.
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Pollen, dust and smog are major cause of mie scatter. Mie scatter produces general haze in images. Non-selective scattering occurs when the diameter of the particles in the atmosphere are much larger than the wavelength of radiation. Editors: Thomas G. Imprint: Pergamon. Published Date: 1st January Page Count: Flexible - Read on multiple operating systems and devices.
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Atmospheric transmission, emission and scattering
You are connected as. Connect with:. Use your name:. Thank you for posting a review! We value your input. Mathematical details provide a concise description of results thus allowing readers with a knowledge of meteorology or a single wavelength region to comprehend the transmission, emission and scattering in all wavelength regions. Rayleigh and Mie scattering are covered as well as the aerosol and raindrop distributions found in the atmosphere. Detailed models of the atmosphere and the distribution of trace gases are supplied, and finally a chapter is devoted to standardised software and available data bases.
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