Spectral measurements of direct solar ultraviolet irradiance are very important for many applications in the field of atmospheric sciences. Despite its usefulness, few UV monitoring sites include such measurements in their regular observational programs. Standardization of measurement methodologies and calibration techniques is required in order to reach the quality standard of global irradiance measurements.
This study presents preliminary results from an intercomparison campaign of seven UV spectroradiometers of different types that took place at the high altitude site of Izana (28.3°N, 16.5°W, 2367 m above sea level), in Tenerife, Canary Islands in June 2005.
Bais, A., Blumthaler, M., Webb, A., Seckmeyer, G., Thiel, S., Kazadzis, S., Redondas, A., Kift, R., Kouremeti, N., Schallhart, B. and Schmitt, R., 2005, August. Intercomparison of solar UV direct irradiance spectral measurements at Izana in June 2005. In Optics & Photonics 2005 (pp. 588609-588609). International Society for Optics and Photonics.
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