UV solar spectra have been measured, using a double-grating spectroradiometer, during population studies carried out across Europe for the EC Framework 7 funded ICEPURE project on the impact of climatic and environmental factors on personal UV radiation exposure and human health.
Spectral field measurements have been conducted at ambient temperatures which varied between 11.5 and 33.5°C. This temperature variation might affect instrument performance. The effect of ambient temperature was quantified and verified, and a model for temperature correction of spectral data is presented.
Baczynska, K., O’Hagan, J.B., Pearson, A.J. and Eriksen, P., 2011. Temperature correction of UV spectral solar measurements for ICEPURE project. Photochemistry and photobiology, 87(6), pp.1464-1467.
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