•A spectral radiative model to calculate DLW under clear-sky conditions is presented. •Most up-to-date HITRAN molecular spectral data and MT_CKD model are used. •Absorption and scattering coefficients for aerosols are modeled by Mie theory. •Without aerosols, the modeled surface DLW agrees within 2.91% with ICRCCM means. •With aerosols, the modeled surface DLW agrees within 3.08% with SURFRAD measurements. •The aerosol forcing is found to be 1.86 ∼ 6.57 W/m2 for AOD497.5=0.1.
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer – Elsevier
Published: Apr 1, 2018
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