A MEASUREMENT OF ATMOSPHERIC EXTINCTION OF SOLAR VISIBLE RADIATION ON THE MOUNTAIN AREA
Wang Gemg-chen, Xu Li, Lii Wei-xiu, Ben Li-xin
The atmospherie spectral extinction coefficient, the atmospheric turbidity factor and other optical characters of the atmosphere are observed and analysed. It was found that even on the mountain higher than 3000 m above sea level water vapor and aerosol are still the main factors of the atmospheric extinction. The comparison with other works shows that increase of atmospheric spectral transparency with height oc-cures predominantly in the lower atmosphere.