Abstract

The optical scattering coefficient has been measured at Woomera at ground level, and at altitudes up to 14 000 ft, using two integrating nephelometers. The principle and the construction of a nephelometer are described. Results obtained over a period of 12 months are given.

© 1963 Optical Society of America

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