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R. A. Hansell, S. C. Tsay, Q. Ji, N. C. Hsu, M. J. Jeong, S. H. Wang, J. S. Reid, K. N. Liou, and S. C. Ou

the field. In addition, the limited experimental data on dust optical properties at infrared wavelengths and the large uncertainties in the spatially and temporally dependent particle properties—size, shape, and composition ( Sokolik and Toon 1999 )—have indeed made it a difficult challenge to constrain the LW impact. The term “aerosol radiative forcing” is now commonly used for gauging changes in the radiative fluxes due to anthropogenic aerosols since the beginning of the industrial era (∼1750

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