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Climate related papers in Journal of the Optical Society of America

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on October 12, 2016

Journal of the Optical Society of America (JOSA) was published between 1917 and 1983. After that it continued as two journals: JOSA A: Optics and Image Science and JOSA B: Optical Physics. This selection contains 225 climate related papers published in JOSA. There are not many papers related directly to climate, but most of the papers below are studying the infrared absorption properties of greenhouse gases.

Here are the selected papers:

Feature Issue on Meteorological Optics: Foreword (Bohren et al. 1983)

Inversion of superior mirage data to compute temperature profiles (Lehn, 1983)

Colors of snow, frozen waterfalls, and icebergs (Bohren, 1983)

Rainfall-induced optical phase fluctuations in the atmosphere (Yura et al. 1983)

Telluric spectra from 4690 to 5525 Å in a humid atmosphere (Rajaratnam & Lua, 1983)

Experimental Doppler-limited spectra of the ν2 bands of H216O, H217O, H218O, and HDO by Fourier-transform spectroscopy: secondary wave-number standards between 1066 and 2296 cm−1 (Guelachvili, 1983)

Radiative properties of optically anisotropic spheres and their climatic implications (Fymat, 1982)

Spatial-frequency- and wavelength-dependent effects of aerosols on the atmospheric modulation transfer function (Kopeika, 1982)

Spatial-frequency dependence of scattered background light: The atmospheric modulation transfer function resulting from aerosols (Kopeika, 1982)

Maximum-likelihood optimization of a Fabry–Perot interferometer for thermospheric temperature and wind measurements (Jahn et al. 1982)

Wavelength variation of visible and near-infrared resolution through the atmosphere: dependence on aerosol and meteorological conditions (Kopeika et al. 1981)

Refractive-index and absorption fluctuations in the infrared caused by temperature, humidity, and pressure fluctuations (Hill et al. 1980)

Vertical path atmospheric MTF measurements (Walters et al. 1979)

Single-particle correlation techniques for remote measurement of wind speed: Aerosol condition and measurement rate (Bartlett & She, 1979)

Modified spectrum of atmospheric temperature fluctuations and its application to optical propagation (Hill & Clifford, 1978)

Adiabatic pressure dependence of the 2.7 and 1.9 μm water vapor bands (Mathai et al. 1977)

Very-high-resolution far-infrared measurements of atmospheric emission from aircraft (Carli et al. 1977)

Submillimeter wave spectroscopy of the atmosphere (Harries, 1977)

Laws of optics at high irradiance. II. Experiments with SF6 at normal incidence (Thomason & Macomber, 1977)

Infrared absorption coefficient of H2SO4 vapor from 1190 to 1260 cm−1 (Majkowski, 1977)

Optical constants of water in the infrared: Influence of temperature (Pinkley et al. 1977)

9.6 μm ozone band (ν3) intensity (Bartman et al. 1976)

Optical properties of sea water in the infrared (Pinkley & Willims, 1976)

Raman-scattering cross sections for water vapor (Penney & Lapp, 1976)

The infrared optical constants of sulfuric acid at 250 K (Pinkley & Willims, 1976)

High-resolution methane ν3-band spectra using a stabilized tunable difference-frequency laser system (Pine, 1976)

Use of rainfall-induced optical scintillations to measure path-averaged rain parameters (Wang & Clifford, 1975)

6.3 μm water-vapor-band derivatives (Hendrickson et al. 1974)

Thermodynamic derivatives of infrared absorptance (Broersma & Walls, 1974)

Absolute rotational Raman cross sections for N2, O2, and CO2 (Penney et al. 1974)

Scattering-independent determination of the thermal-emission profile of a planetary atmosphere and related radiative-equilibrium considerations (Fymat, 1974)

Broadening of infrared absorption lines at reduced temperatures, III. Nitrous oxide (Tubbs & Williams, 1973)

Balloon-borne infrared measurements of the vertical distribution of N2O in the atmosphere (Goldman et al. 1973)

Influence of Temperature on the Spectrum of Water (Hale et al. 1972)

Measurements of Turbulence Profiles in the Troposphere (Bufton et al. 1972)

Irradiance Fluctuations in Optical Transmission through the Atmosphere (Lawrence, 1972)

Intensity–Half-Width Products for Seven Lines in the 6.3-μm Water-Vapor Band (Fridovich & Kinard, 1972)

Broadening of Infrared Absorption Lines at Reduced Temperatures, II. Carbon Monoxide in an Atmosphere of Carbon Dioxide (Tubbs & Williams, 1972)

Broadening of Infrared Absorption Lines at Reduced Temperatures: Carbon Dioxide (Tubbs & Williams, 1972)

Irradiance Fluctuations in Optical Transmission through the Atmosphere (Torrieri & Taylor, 1972)

Lambert Absorption Coefficients of Water in the Infrared (Robertson & Williams, 1971)

Optical Constants of Water in the Infrared (Rusk et al. 1971)

Absorption of Infrared Radiant Energy by CO2 and H2O, V. Absorption by CO2 between 1100 and 1835 cm−1 (9.1–5.5 μm) (Burch & Gryvnak, 1971)

Dispersion of Carbon Dioxide (Old et al. 1971)

Abundance of N2O in the Atmosphere between 4.5 and 13.5 km (Goldman et al. 1970)

Line Strengths in the ν3 Band of Water Vapor (Ben-Aryeh, 1970)

Infrared Spectral Absorption Coefficients for Water Vapor (Heroet & Muiriiead, 1970)

Foreign-Gas Broadening of HF by CO2 (Shaw & Lovell, 1969)

Strengths of 31 Water-Vapor Lines between 1617 and 1429 cm−1 (Krakow & Healy, 1969)

Refractive Index of Water in the Infrared (Querry et al. 1969)

Spectral Emissivity of the 3.3-μ Band of Methane at Elevated Temperatures (Goldman et al. 1969)

Presence of HNO3 in the Upper Atmosphere (Murcray et al. 1969)

Strengths of Twenty Lines in the ν3 Band of Water Vapor (Babrov & Healy, 1969)

Spectral Emissivity of NO in the Infrared (Oppenheim et al. 1969)

Absorption of Infrared Radiant Energy by CO2 and H2O. IV. Shapes of Collision-Broadened CO2 Lines (Burch et al. 1969)

Infrared Absorptance of Ammonia—20 to 35 Microns (Walsh, 1969)

Positions, Intensities, and Widths of Water-Vapor Lines between 475 and 692 cm−1 (Izatt et al. 1969)

Model for a Clear Atmosphere (Gordon, 1969)

Determination of the Temperature Profile in an Atmosphere from its Outgoing Radiance (Chahine, 1968)

Absorption of Infrared Radiant Energy by CO2 and H2O. III. Absorption by H2O between 0.5 and 36 cm−1 (278 μ−2 cm) (Burch, 1968)

Visual Haze Observed at High Altitudes (Clark, 1968)

Radiance of Sea and Sky in the Infrared Window 800–1200 cm−1 (Saunders, 1968)

Determination of CO2 Line Parameters Using a CO2–N2–He Laser (Oppenheim & Devir, 1968)

Absorption of Infrared Radiation by CO2 and H2O. II. Absorption by CO2 between 8000 and 10 000 cm−1 (1–1.25 Microns) (Burch et al. 1968)

Low-Resolution Determination of the Strength of the 667-cm−1 CO2 Band (Harward & Patty, 1968)

Strengths of Forty-two Lines in the ν1 and ν3 Bands of Water Vapor (Babrov & Casden, 1968)

Photoionization and Absorption Coefficients of N2O (Cook et al. 1968)

Influence of Wind and Cloudiness on Terrestrial Scintillation (Paperlein, 1967)

Integrated Intensity of 3.3-μ Band of Methane (Finkman et al. 1967)

Absorption of Infrared Radiation by CO2 and H2O. Experimental Techniques (Burch et al. 1967)

Self-Broadening Effects in the Infrared Bands of Gases (Anderson et al. 1967)

High-Temperature Spectral Emissivities and Total Intensities of the 15-μ Band System of CO2 (Ludwig et al. 1966)

Indirect Method for Measuring Spectral Linewidth, with Application to N2O (Oppenheim & Goldman, 1966)

Total Absorption Cross Sections of CO and CO2 in the Region 550–200 Å (Cairns & Samson, 1966)

Infrared Spectral Reflectance of Frost (Keegan & Weidner, 1966)

Spectroradiometric and Colorimetric Characteristics of Daylight in the Southern Hemisphere: Pretoria, South Africa (Winch et al. 1966)

Transmittance of Water Vapor—14 to 20 Microns (Stauffer & Walsh, 1966)

Spectral-Emissivity Measurements of the 4.3-μ CO2 Band between 2650° and 3000°K (Ferriso et al. 1966)

Far-Infrared Spectrum of Liquid Water (Draegert et al. 1966)

Absorption of Solar Radiation by Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (Kyle et al. 1965)

Ultraviolet Spectral Energy Distribution of Sunlight (Searle & Hirt, 1965)

Daylight and Correlated Color Temperature (Wright, 1965)

Absorption of 3.39-Micron Helium–Neon Laser Emission by Methane in the Atmosphere (Edwards & Burch, 1965)

Spectral Energy Distribution of Daylight (Condit & Grum, 1964)

Infrared Emissivity of Carbon Dioxide (2.7-μ Band) (Malkmus, 1964)

Spectral Emissivities and Integrated Intensities of the 2.7- μ CO2 Band between 1200° and 1800°K (Ferriso & Ludwig, 1964)

Abundance of Methane in the Earth’s Atmosphere (Fink et al. 1964)

Emissivity of Carbon Dioxide at 4.3 μ (Davies, 1964)

Absorption Cross Sections of Argon and Methane between 600 and 170 Å (Rustgi, 1964)

Interpretation of Infrared Spectral Absorptance Measurements and Calculations for HCl (Malkmus et al. 1964)

Errors in Spectral Absorption Measurements Due to Absorbing Species in the Atmosphere (Maclay & Babrov, 1964)

Computed Intensity and Polarization of Light Scattered Outwards from the Earth and an Overlying Aerosol (Fraser, 1964)

Variation of the Infrared Solar Spectrum between 2800 and 5100 cm−1 with Altitude (Murcray et al. 1964)

Pure Rotational Absorption Spectrum of Hydrogen Fluoride Vapor between 22 and 250 μ (Rothschild, 1964)

Broadening of the ν3 Lines of HCN Due to Argon, Carbon Dioxide, and Hydrogen Chloride (Thibault et al. 1963)

The Radiance of the Earth and its Atmosphere Measured by Interference Spectroscopy (Persky & Zachor, 1963)

Infrared Emissivity of Carbon Dioxide (4.3-μ Band) (Malkmus, 1963)

Experimental and Theoretical Infrared Spectral Absorptance of HCl at Various Temperatures (Babrov, 1963)

Cirrus Infrared Reflection Measurements (McDonald & Deltenre, 1963)

Study of the Total Absorptance near 4.5 μ by Two Samples of N2O as Their Total Pressures and N2O Concentrations Were Independently Varied (Abesl & Shaw, 1963)

On the Atmospheric Infrared Continuum (Bignell et al. 1963)

Statistical Model Applied to the Region of the ν3 Fundamental of CO2 at 1200°K (Oppenheim & Ben-Aryeh, 1963)

A Weak Telluric Band of Carbon Dioxide (Diaz, 1963)

Predicting the Distribution of Infrared Radiation from the Clear Sky (Bennett & Bennett, 1962)

Infrared Spectrum of Hydrogen Fluoride: Line Positions and Line Shapes. Part II. Treatment of Data and Results (Herget et al. 1962)

Infrared Spectrum of Hydrogen Fluoride: Line Positions and Line Shapes. Part I. Experimental Details (Herndon et al. 1962)

Absorption Bands of Carbon Dioxide from 2.8–4.2 μ (Plyler et al. 1962)

Atmospheric Scattering Coefficients in the Visible and Infrared Regions (Knestrick et al. 1962)

Abundance of N2O in the Atmosphere (Rank et al. 1962)

Distribution of Irradiance in Haze and Fog (Eldridge & Johnson, 1962)

Spectral Radiance of Sky and Terrain at Wavelengths between 1 and 20 μ. III. Terrain Measurements (Eisner et al. 1962)

Transmission and Scattering Properties of a Nevada Desert Atmosphere under Cloudy Conditions (Gibbons et al. 1962)

Some Spectral Emissivities of Water Vapor in the 2.7-μ Region (Tourin, 1961)

Highly Precise Wavelengths in the Infrared. II. HCN, N2O, and CO (Rank et al. 1961)

Measurement of Atmospheric Transmissivity using Backscattered Light from a Pulsed Light Beam (Horman, 1961)

Transmission and Scattering Properties of a Nevada Desert Atmosphere (Gibbons et al. 1961)

Evaluation of Atmospheric Aerosol Particle Size Distribution from Scattering Measurements in the Visible and Infrared (Curcio, 1961)

Study of 1.4-μ, 1.9-μ, and 6.3-μ Water Vapor Bands at High Altitudes (Murcray et al. 1961)

Spectral Radiance of Sky and Terrain at Wavelengths between 1 and 20 Microns. II. Sky Measurements (Bell et al. 1960)

Infrared Solar Spectroscopy at the Jungfraujoch (Switzerland) (Delbouille & Migeotte, 1960)

Near Infrared Atmospheric Transmission to Solar Radiation (Gates, 1960)

Vibration-Rotation Bands of N2O (Tidwell et al. 1960)

Experimental Transmission Functions for the Pure Rotation Band of Water Vapor (Palmer, 1960)

Absorption by Infrared Bands of Carbon Dioxide Gas at Elevated Pressures and Temperatures (Edwards, 1960)

Atmospheric Absorptions in the Near Infrared at High Altitudes (Murcray et al. 1960)

Distribution of Infrared Radiance over a Clear Sky (Bennett et al. 1960)

Inference of Atmospheric Structure from Remote Radiation Measurements (Kaplan, 1959)

Experimental Technique for Studying Atmospheric Turbulence (Wolfe et al. 1959)

Spectral Emissivity of Carbon Dioxide from 1800–2500 cm−1 (Plass, 1959)

Abundance of Nitrous Oxide in Ground-Level Air (Birkeland & Shaw, 1959)

Solar Spectral Irradiance and Vertical Atmospheric Attenuation in the Visible and Ultraviolet (Dunkelman & Scolnik, 1959)

Far Infrared Spectra of H2O and H2S Taken with an Interferometric Spectrograph (Vanasse et al. 1959)

Wavelength Calibrations in Infrared. Part II. Use of Atomic Lines from a Hollow Cathode Discharge Tube with Neon as Carrier Gas (Rao et al. 1959)

Wavelength Calibrations in Infrared. Part I. Some Problems Concerning the Determination of Absolute Positions of Infrared Lines (Rao et al. 1959)

Pressure Modulation of Infrared Absorption.* II. Individual Lines in Vibration-Rotation Bands (Gilfert & Williams, 1959)

Temperature Dependence of the Rayleigh Scattering Coefficient in the Atmosphere (Deirmendjian, 1958)

Near Infrared Solar Radiation Measurements by Balloon to an Altitude of 100 000 Feet (Gates et al. 1958)

Pressure Modulation of Infrared Absorption.* I. Entire Vibration-Rotation Bands (Gilfert & Williams, 1958)

Correlation of Atmospheric Transmission with Backscattering (Curcio & Knestrick, 1958)

Diffuse Transmission through Real Atmospheres (Eldridge & Johnson, 1958)

Long Path Water Vapor Spectra with Pressure Broadening. II. 29 μ to 40 μ (Palmer, 1957)

Long Path Water Vapor Spectra with Pressure Broadening. I. 20 μ to 31.7 μ (Palmer, 1957)

Some Comments on Two Articles by Taylor and Yates (Birkeland et al. 1957)

Infrared Emission Spectra of the Atmosphere between 14.5 μ and 22.5 μ (Burch & Shaw, 1957)

Atmospheric Transmission in the Infrared (Taylor & Yates, 1957)

Infrared Evidence for Atmospheric Ozone at Sea Level (Taylor & Yates, 1956)

Spectral Diffuse Reflectance of Desert Surfaces (Ashburn & Weldon, 1956)

Atmospheric Turbidity and the Transmission of Ultraviolet Sunlight (Deirmendjian & Sekera, 1956)

Thermal Radiation from the Atmosphere (Sloan et al. 1956)

Infrared Transmission of Synthetic Atmospheres.* V. Absorption Laws for Overlapping Bands (Burch et al. 1956)

Infrared Evidence for the Presence of Ozone in the Lower Atmosphere (Burch, 1956)

Infrared Transmission of Synthetic Atmospheres.* IV. Application of Theoretical Band Models (Howard et al. 1956)

Infrared Transmission of Synthetic Atmospheres.* III. Absorption by Water Vapor (Howard et al. 1956)

Infrared Transmission of Synthetic Atmospheres.* II. Absorption by Carbon Dioxide (Howard et al. 1956)

Infrared Transmission of Synthetic Atmospheres.* I. Instrumentation (Howard et al. 1956)

Horizontal Atmospheric Transmittance Measurements with a Thallous Sulfide Cell Transmissometer (Pearson & Boettner, 1956)

Results of a Recent Attempt to Record the Solar Spectrum in the Region of 900–3000 A (Jursa et al. 1955)

Observations of Solar and Lunar Radiation at 1.5 Millimeters (Sinton, 1955)

Infrared Emission Spectrum of the Atmosphere (Sloan et al. 1955)

Horizontal Attenuation of Ultraviolet Light by the Lower Atmosphere (Baum & Dunkelman, 1955)

Infrared Absorption of Liquid Water from 2 to 42 Microns (Plyler & Acquista, 1954)

Measurements of Sky Luminance Distribution at Stockholm (Hopkinson, 1954)

Investigations of Atmospheric CO at the Jungfraujoch (Benesch et al. 1953)

The Infrared Spectra of Propylene and Propylene-d6 (Lord & Venkateswarlu, 1953)

Vibrational Spectra and Calculated Thermodynamic Properties of 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane and Pentachloroethane (Nielsen et al. 1953)

The Forbidden Transition ν2 in the Infrared Spectrum of Methane (Burgess et al. 1953)

Absorption Line Width in the Infrared Spectrum of the Ammonia Molecule (Adel, 1953)

The Spectrum of Nitrogen Dioxide in the 1.4–3.4μ Region and the Vibrational and Rotational Constants of the NO2 Molecule (Moore, 1953)

Rotation-Vibration Spectra of Diatomic and Simple Polyatomic Molecules with Long Absorbing PathsXI. The Spectrum of Carbon Dioxide (Co2) below 1.25μ (Herzberg & Herzberg, 1953)

The Vertical Distribution of Nitrous Oxide and Methane in the Earth’s Atmosphere (Goldberg & Müller, 1953)

The Elimination of Atmospheric Water Vapor Absorption in the Perkin-Elmer Infrared Spectrometer (Fraser, 1953)

Fine Structure of the 2ν3 Band of Methane (Rank et al. 1953)

Atmospheric Attenuation at Khartoum, Sudan (Beck et al. 1953)

An Experimental Study of Atmospheric Transmission (Curcio et al. 1953)

Near-Infrared Absorption by Entire Bands of Carbon Dioxide (Howard & Chapman, 1952)

The Influence of Field of View on Measurements of Atmospheric Transmission (Stewart & Curcio, 1952)

A Method for the Determination of Atmospheric Transmission Functions from Laboratory Absorption Measurements (Plass, 1952)

The Luminous Directional Reflectance of Snow (Middleton & Mungall, 1952)

The Pressure Dependence of the Absorption by Entire Bands of Water Vapor in the Near Infrared (Howard & Chapman, 1952)

Measurements of the Brightness of the Twilight Sky (Koomen et al. 1952)

Refractive Indices of Water Vapor and Carbon Dioxide at Low Pressure (Newbound, 1949)

Night Sky Brightness Measurements in Latitudes below 45° (Hulburt, 1949)

Elimination of Water Vapor in Infra-Red Spectrometers (Giguère & Badger, 1948)

An Estimate of Transparency of the Atmospheric Window 16 Mu to 24 Mu (Adel, 1947)

The Upper Atmosphere of the Earth (Hulburt, 1947)

Brightness and Polarization of the Daylight Sky at Various Altitudes above Sea Level (Tousey & Hulburt, 1947)

A Spectrophotometer for the Determination of the Water Vapor in a Vertical Column of the Atmosphere (Foster & Foskett, 1945)

The Determination of the Concentration of Benzene and Toluene in Air by a Spectroscopic Method (Cole, 1942)

The “Diffusing Effect” of Fog (Middleton, 1942)

Optics of Atmospheric Haze (Hulburt, 1941)

The Distribution of Energy in the Visible Spectrum of Daylight (Taylor & Kerr, 1941)

The Transmission of Infra-Red Light by Fog (Sanderson, 1940)

Transmission of Infra-Red Radiation Through Fog (Smith & Hayes, 1940)

An Estimate of the Absorption of Air in the Extreme Ultraviolet (Schneider, 1940)

Laboratory Analysis of the Selective Absorption of Light by Sea Water (Clarke & James, 1939)

The Brightness of the Twilight Sky and the Density and Temperature of the Atmosphere (Hulburt, 1938)

The Reflection and Absorption of Daylight at the Surface of the Ocean (Powell & Clarke, 1936)

A Photoelectric Method of Measuring the Transparency of the Lower Atmosphere (Byram, 1935)

Visibility Photometers for Measuring Atmospheric Transparency (Byram, 1935)

Light Absorption and Distribution of Atmospheric Ozone1,2 (Ladenburg, 1935)

Light Absorption in the Atmosphere and Its Photochemistry (Wulf, 1935)

Attenuation of Light in the Lower Atmosphere (Hulburt, 1935)

The Penetration of the Red, Green and Violet Components of Daylight into Atlantic Waters (Oster & Clarke, 1935)

Absorption of Light by Sea Water (Stephenson, 1934)

The Absorption of Ultraviolet and Visible Light by Water (Dawson & Hulburt, 1934)

Intensity and Spectral Distribution of Solar Radiation in New Orleans (Laurens & Mayerson, 1933)

The Ultraviolet Transmission Coefficient of the Earth’s Atmosphere (Rockwood & Sawyer, 1932)

On the Penetration of Daylight into the Sea (Hulburt, 1932)

The Zinc Sulphide Method of Measuring Ultraviolet Radiation and the Results of Three Years’ Observations on Baltimore Sunshine (Clark, 1931)

Ultraviolet Radiation from the Sun and Heated Tungsten (Forsythe & Christison, 1930)

A Comparison of Laboratory and Solar Wave Lengths (Burns, 1930)

On the Efficient Utilization of Solar Energy (Goddard, 1929)

Spectral Reflectances of Common Materials in the Ultraviolet Region (Luckiesh, 1929)

The Ultraviolet, Visible and Infrared Reflectivities of Snow, Sand and Other Substances (Hulburt, 1928)

The Infrared Absorption Spectra of Acetylene, Ethylene and Ethane (Levin & Meyer, 1928)

The Near Infrared Absorption Spectra of Liquid Benzene and Toluene (Barnes & Fulweiler, 1927)

On the Infrared Absorption Spectra of Several Gases (Meyer et al. 1927)

Solarimeters and Solarigraphs Simple Instruments for Direct Readings of Solar Radiation Intensity from Sun and Sky (Gorczyński, 1927)

Atmospheric Absorption and Transmission in Searchlight Practice (Langer, 1926)

Meteorological Instruments and Apparatus Employed by the United States Weather Bureau (Covert, 1925)

On a Simple Method of Recording the Total and Partial Intensities of Solar Radiation (Gorczyński, 1924)

The Infrared Absorption Spectrum of Carbon Monoxide (Lowry, 1924)

The Effect of the Diffusion and Absorption by the Atmosphere on Signal Lights and Projectors (Karrer, 1923)

Recent Measurements of Stellar and Planetary Radiation (Coblentz, 1922)

The Measurement of Solar, Sky, Nocturnal and Stellar Radiation (Coblentz, 1921)

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