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Optical Properties of Aerosols Related to Haze Events over Seoul Inferred from Skyradiometer and Satellite-Borne Measurements
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  • Journal title : Atmosphere
  • Volume 26, Issue 2,  2016, pp.289-299
  • Publisher : Korean Meteorological Society
  • DOI : 10.14191/Atmos.2016.26.2.289
 Title & Authors
Optical Properties of Aerosols Related to Haze Events over Seoul Inferred from Skyradiometer and Satellite-Borne Measurements
Shi, Hoyeon; Lee, Sang-Sam; Chun, Hyuong-Wook; Song, Hwan-Jin; Noh, Young-Chan; Sohn, Byung-Ju;
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 Abstract
Optical properties of aerosols associated with haze events over Seoul were examined using ground-based skyradiometer and satellite-borne CALIOP and MODIS measurements over the 2009~2010 period. It is shown that aerosol optical thickness (AOT), exponents (), and fine-mode particles increase during the haze events. The CALIOP-measured vertical profiles of aerosol during the haze events revealed that most of aerosols are loaded within layers below 4 km altitude. A large portion of these events appear to be related to the long-range transport of aerosols from China; about 35% and 18% of the haze events observed over Seoul were traced back to northern China and southern China, respectively. Compared with optical properties for locally-induced haze events (25%), these long-range transported aerosols are found to have relatively higher AOTs.
 Keywords
Haze;Seoul;HYSPLIT;MODIS;aerosol optical thickness;
 Language
Korean
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