In order to evaluate the climate effects of aerosols and clouds, the Atmospheric Remote Sensing Section is conducting research on the development and application of remote sensing methods that contribute to the understanding of the spatiotemporal fluctuations and radiation processes of aerosols and clouds on a global to regional scale.
Atmospheric Remote Sensing Section
Development of active and passive remote sensing techniques and observational studies of aerosols and clouds by its application
Study of aerosol optical properties on global scale using satellite remote sensing
Observation of clouds, aerosols, and precipitation by multiple-field-of-view multiple-scattering polarization lidar at 355nm.
Nishizawa, T., Jin, Y., Sugimoto, N., Sato, K., Fujikawa, M., Ishii, S., Aoki, M., Nakagawa, K., & Okamoto, H.
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer, 271, 107710 (2021)