THE ALBEDO OF THE PLANET EARTH AND OF CLOUDS

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  • 1 U. S. Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C.
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Abstract

The albedo of the whole earth is calculated to be 35 per cent, largely on the basis of Danjon's visual lunar measurements. The calculations also give a value of about 0.50 for the average albedo of clouds, which is in better agreement with measurements than the currently accepted value.

Abstract

The albedo of the whole earth is calculated to be 35 per cent, largely on the basis of Danjon's visual lunar measurements. The calculations also give a value of about 0.50 for the average albedo of clouds, which is in better agreement with measurements than the currently accepted value.

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