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Forzamiento radiativo directo debido a los aerosoles atmosféricos en Perú utilizando técnicas de sensoramiento remoto
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aerosol
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forzamiento radiativo

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Angeles Vasquez, R. J., Angeles Suazo, J. M., Angeles Suazo, N., Lozano, A., & Flores Rojas, J. (2022). Forzamiento radiativo directo debido a los aerosoles atmosféricos en Perú utilizando técnicas de sensoramiento remoto. Llamkasun, 3(1), 79–85. https://doi.org/10.47797/llamkasun.v3i1.86

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Describimos los resultados del estudio del espesor óptico de aerosol (EOA) y el Forzamiento Radiativo Directo (FRD) en la cima de la atmósfera (TOA), obtenidos en el periodo 2004 utilizando el sensor MODIS del satélite TERRA para Perú. Donde se observa que el valor del EOA puede tomar valores máximos alrededor de 0.5, obteniéndose como resultado el FRD de aerosol en la parte superior de la atmósfera. Los resultados indican que, la FRD está entre [-5 0] W / m2.

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