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443 nm (YS) - ?
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443 nm (YS) - ?
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6/23/17 8:51 AM
Please, forgive me for a stupid question.
Why 443nm is so magic wavelength for YS ?
I understand for Chl, but why for YS, SPM, etc?

Thanks!
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RE: 443 nm (YS) - ?
6/25/17 12:24 PM as a reply to Nelley Mikhailovna Kovalevskaya.
I assume that the context of your question is the output of the C2R or C2RCC processor, and why the output of a_ys is specified at 443nm. This is just a convention; all IOPs outputs of the neural net are given at the same wavelength. As a_ys follows an exponential low it doesn't really matter at which wavelength it is provided; a_ys at other wavelegenths can be calculated. The choice 443nm as the one where all IOP outputs are given is because of its importance for a_pig, as you already mentioned.

Best,
Carsten
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RE: 443 nm (YS) - ?
6/28/17 7:50 AM as a reply to Carsten Brockmann.
MUCH GRATITUDE for your answer!
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