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Table D.1

Stokes vector element I at the top of the atmosphere for an L = 13 atmosphere: reff = 0.2 μm, veff = 0.07, λ = 0.951 μm, refractive index of 1.44, with optical thickness of one, single scattering albedo ϖ = 0.99, and surface albedo of 0.1.

cos(OPA) GS1986 105 106 107 108 109

1.0 5.4956(–2) 5.5020(–2) 5.4893(–2) 5.4942(–2) 5.4964(–2) 5.4960(–2)
0.9 9.0491(–2) 9.0196(–2) 9.0349(–2) 9.0487(–2) 9.0507(–2) 9.0512(–2)
0.8 1.2560(–1) 1.2587(–1) 1.2584(–1) 1.2572(–1) 1.2561(–1) 1.2562(–1)
0.7 1.6781(–1) 1.6779(–1) 1.6791(–1) 1.6796(–1) 1.6787(–1) 1.6783(–1)
0.6 2.1934(–1) 2.1954(–1) 2.1939(–1) 2.1941(–1) 2.1933(–1) 2.1936(–1)
0.5 2.8294(–1) 2.8310(–1) 2.8301(–1) 2.8297(–1) 2.8296(–1) 2.8296(–1)
0.4 3.6268(–1) 3.6377(–1) 3.6262(–1) 3.6263(–1) 3.6269(–1) 3.6271(–1)
0.3 4.6523(–1) 4.6550(–1) 4.6568(–1) 4.6552(–1) 4.6533(–1) 4.6526(–1)
0.2 6.0287(–1) 6.0369(–1) 6.0313(–1) 6.0298(–1) 6.0291(–1) 6.0289(–1)
0.1 8.0223(–1) 8.0163(–1) 8.0181(–1) 8.0218(–1) 8.0229(–1) 8.0225(–1)

Notes. Relative azimuth between the incident and emerging directions is 0 and cos(SPA) = 0.2. The GS1986 results are extracted from Table 1 of Garcia & Siewert (1986). For consistency with that reference, we have preserved their criterion of signs for cos(OPA) (i.e. negative for outgoing radiation) in Tables D.1D.16.

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