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V. Bellantone, I. Carofalo, F. De Tomasi, M. R. Perrone, M. Santese, A. M. Tafuro, and A. Turnone

needed. In situ measurements at ground level are the most important for the air quality characterization. These measurements can in principle give complete information because mass, size distribution, chemical composition, and morphology can all be experimentally determined. However, this information is insufficient for the characterization of aerosol interactions with the solar radiation because aerosols in the atmosphere participate to this process (e.g., Tegen et al. 1997 ). Remote sensing tools

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