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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002Aerosol Optical Thickness Retrieval over the Atlantic Ocean Using GOES Imager Data.MOULA Micheline; VERDEBOUT Jean rene; EVA Hugh douglasArticles in Journals
2004A European Satellite-Derived UV Climatology Available for Impact Studies.VERDEBOUT Jean reneArticles in Journals
2003An Evaluation of Cloud Affected UV Radiation from Polar Orbiting and Geostationary Satellites at High LatitudesMEERKOETTER Ralf; VERDEBOUT Jean rene; BUGLIARO Luca; EDVARDSEN Kaare; HANSEN GeorgArticles in Journals
2003An Improved Algorithm for Satellite-Derived UV RadiationWUTTKE Sigrid; VERDEBOUT Jean rene; SECKMEYER GuntherArticles in Journals
2000A Method to Generate Surface UV Radiation Maps over Europe Using GOME, METEOSAT and Ancillary Geophysical Data.VERDEBOUT Jean reneContributions to Conferences
2005On the Retrieval of Volcanic Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from GOME Backscatter Measurements.THOMAS Werner; EBERTSEDER T.; VAN ROOSENDAEL M.; VERDEBOUT Jean rene; BALIS D.s.; MELETI C.; ZEREFOS C.Articles in Journals
2003Remote Sensing of Aerosols Optical Thickness over Various Sites Using SeaWiFS or VEGETATION and Ground Measurements.BORDEN R.; VERDEBOUT Jean reneArticles in Journals
2004A Satellite-Derived UV Clomatology over Europe to Support Impact Studies.VERDEBOUT Jean reneArticles in Journals
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