PACS numbers

42.68.Ay Propagation, transmission, attenuation, and radiative transfer 42.68.Jg Effects of aerosols 42.68.Mj Scattering, polarization 92.60.Mt Particles and aerosols 92.60.Nv Cloud physics and chemistry 92.60.Vb Radiative processes, solar radiation
  1. B.M. Smirnov “Electrical cycle in the Earth’s atmosphere57 1041–1062 (2014)
    92.60.Bh, 92.60.Mt, 92.60.Pw (all)
  2. V.P. Lukin “Adaptive optics in the formation of optical beams and images57 556–592 (2014)
    42.65.Hw, 42.68.−w, 42.68.Ay (all)
  3. Yu.V. Gulyaev, Yu.N. Barabanenkov et alCommemoration of the centenary of the birth of S M Rytov (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 26 November 2008)52 499–526 (2009)
    01.10.Fv, 01.60.+q, 01.65.+g, 05.40.−a, 05.45.−a, 41.20.−q, 42.25.Bs, 42.25.Dd, 42.65.Pc, 42.68.Ay, 42.68.Xy, 46.65.+g, 47.27.eb, 72.15.Rn, 85.50.−n (all)
  4. L.S. Dolin “Development of the radiative transfer theory as applied to instrumental imaging in turbid media52 519–526 (2009)
    42.25.Dd, 42.68.Ay, 42.68.Xy (all)
  5. Yu.A. Kravtsov, O.N. Naida, A.A. Fuki “Waves in weakly anisotropic 3D inhomogeneous media: quasi-isotropic approximation of geometrical optics39 129–154 (1996)
    42.15.−i, 42.25.Bs, 42.68.Ay, 92.60.Ta (all)
  6. E.P. Emets, A.E. Novoselova, P.P. Poluektov “In situ determination of the fractal dimensions of aerosol particles37 881–887 (1994)
    61.43.Hv, 47.53.+n, 82.70.Rr, 92.60.Mt (all)
  7. B.M. Smirnov “Physics of ball lightning33 (4) 261–288 (1990)
    92.60.Pw, 92.60.Vb (all)
  8. B.F. Gordiets, V.Ya. Panchenko “Gas lasers with solar excitation29 703–719 (1986)
    42.55.Lt, 42.60.Jf, 92.60.Vb, 33.80.Gj, 33.80.Be (all)
  9. V.E. Zuev “Laser Sounding for Atmospheric Pollution17 599–600 (1975)
    01.10.Fv, 92.60.Sz, 92.60.Mt, 42.68.Wt, 42.68.Ca, 42.68.Jg, 42.68.Kh (all)
  10. Yu.S. Georgievskii, Yu.S. Lyubovtseva et alGeorgii Vladimirovich Rozenberg (On his sixtieth birthday)17 466–466 (1974)
    01.60.+q, 42.68.Ay, 42.68.Jg, 42.68.Mj, 92.60.−e (all)
  11. V.E. Zuev “Laser sounding of the atmosphere15 526–526 (1973)
    92.90.+x, 93.85.−q, 92.60.Mt,, 92.60.Vb, 07.07.Df (all)
  12. Kh. Gul’medov, A.P. Savrukhin “Research in Astrophysics and the Physics of the Upper Atmosphere in the Turkmenian SSR14 800–800 (1972)
    92.60.hw, 92.60.Vb, 96.30.Za (all)
  13. A.G. Masevich, A.M. Lozinskii, V.E. Chertorud “Special Astronomical Observations of Artificial Celestial Bodies for Problems of Geophysics and Geodesy, and the New Large Soviet Telescope for these Purposes13 303–303 (1970)
    92.60.hv, 92.60.Vb, 96.60.Ub (all)
  14. G.V. Rozenberg “Optical investigations of atmospheric aerosol11 353–380 (1968)
    42.68.Jg, 42.68.Mj (all)
  15. L.S. Gorn, B.I. Khazanov “Radiation measurements in space11 437–452 (1968)
    92.60.Vb, 96.50.Ci, 96.60.Vg, 94.30.−d, 29.40.Mc, 95.55.−n (all)
  16. G.V. Rozenberg “International symposium on the investigation of radiation processes8 325–336 (1965)
    92.60.Vb, 92.60.Bh, 92.60.Ry, 92.60.hv (all)
  17. G.V. Rozenberg “Fifth inter-departmental conference on atmospheric optics and actinometry6 834–840 (1964)
    42.68.Ay, 42.68.Mj, 93.85.−q (all)
  18. G.V. Rozenberg “Twilight phenomena, their nature, and use for atmospheric research6 198–249 (1963)
    92.60.Vb, 42.68.Mj (all)
  19. I.S. Shklovskii “The ultraviolet radiation and soft X-rays of the Sun4 812–834 (1962)
    92.60.Vb,, 94.20.dg,, 94.20.wq, 96.60.Q− (all)
  20. I.M. Imyanitov, K.S. Shifrin “Present state of research on atmospheric electricity5 292–322 (1962)
    92.60.Pw, 92.60.Nv, 92.60.Qx (all)
  21. K.Ya. Kondrat’ev “Satellites and meteorology4 441–458 (1961)
    84.40.Xb, 92.60.Nv, 92.60.Vb, 92.60.hf, 92.60.hv (all)
  22. G.V. Rozenberg “Light scattering in the Earth’s atmosphere (an essay on the 150th anniversary of the discovery by Arago of the polarization of light in the daytime sky, and on the 100th anniversary of the discovery by Govi of the polarization of light in scattering)3 346–371 (1960)
    42.68.Ay, 42.68.Jg, 42.68.Mj, 92.60.Mt, 92.60.Nv, 92.60.Vb (all)
  23. A.F. Kononkov “Mikhail Fedorovich Spasskii — eminent russian physicist and meteorologist of the 19TH century (on his 150th birthday and the 100th anniversary of his death)2 620–623 (1959)
    92.60.hv, 92.60.Ry, 92.60.Pw, 92.60.Nv (all)
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