We analyze the errors of airborne radiometric measurements of the infrared upwelling radiation I x of the surface performed using conventional and modified procedures (with calibrators in the form of flat reflecting mirror-like surfaces oriented to reflect the measured radiation I x to the radiometer in the process of calibration) for the modes of operation of a radiometer with and without thermostatic control. We propose relations for finding I x as well as for the instrumental and procedural errors and give recommendations for their reduction. It is shown that the modified procedure leads to smaller errors than the conventional procedure.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 21, 2004
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