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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

conservative scatterers (i.e., no absorption) these effects critically depend on the solar zenith angle (SZA); hence, instantaneous measurements of the SW effect have been commonly converted into a diurnal average ( Anderson et al. 2005 ). For example, based on an analysis of in situ studies, Anderson et al. 2005 estimated the diurnally averaged top-of-atmosphere (TOA) DRE SW for Saharan dust over ocean to lie in the range of −24 to −36 W m −2 per unit aerosol optical thickness (AOT), that is, W m −2

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