Electromagnetic Scattering by Particles and Surfaces

Light Scattering by Nonspherical Particles '98

Edited by M. I. Mishchenko, L. D. Travis, and J. W. Hovenier

Special Issue of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 63, 127-737 (1999)

Table of Contents

Preface
M. I. Mishchenko, L. D. Travis, and J. W. Hovenier
127-129
 
Benchmark solutions for electromagnetic scattering by systems of randomly oriented spheroids
I. R. Ciric and F. R. Cooray
131-148
 
Comparison of scattering calculations for aggregated particles based on different models
U. Comberg and T. Wriedt
149-162
 
Convergence of the T-matrix approach for randomly oriented, nonabsorbing, nonspherical Chebyshev particles
J. Ding and L. Xu
163-174
 
Projection schemes in the null field method
A. Doicu, Yu. A. Eremin, and T. Wriedt
175-189
 
New method for computing expansion coefficients for spheroidal functions
H. A. Eide, J. J. Stamnes, K. Stamnes, and F. M. Schulz
191-203
 
A new solution of the light scattering problem from axisymmetric particles
V. G. Farafonov, V. B. Il'in, and T. Henning
205-215
 
The recursive algorithm for electromagnetic scattering by tilted infinite circular multilayered cylinder
I. Gurwich, N. Shiloah, and M. Kleiman
217-229
 
Single expansion EBCM computations for osculating spheres
M. I. Mishchenko and G. Videen
231-236
 
The variational boundary condition method for solving problems of light scattering by nonspherical particles
P. K. Petrov and V. A. Babenko
237-250
 
Discussion of key algorithms for computing scattering cross sections using the separation of variables method for spheroids
W. Qingan, C. Kang, and O. Y. Z. Xiang
251-261
 
Light scattering properties of spheroidal coated particles in random orientation
A. Quirantes
263-275
 
Light scattering by Gaussian particles: Rayleigh-ellipsoid approximation
A. Battaglia, K. Muinonen, T. Nousiainen, and J. I. Peltoniemi
277-303
 
Stokes parameters for light scattering from a Faraday-active sphere
D. Lacoste and B. A. van Tiggelen
305-319
 
Absorption of light by soot particles in micro-droplets of water
V. A. Markel and V. M. Shalaev
321-339;
 
Catastrophe optics of spheroidal drops and generalized rainbows
P. L. Marston
341-351
 
Extrema in the light-scattering indicatrix of a homogeneous spheroid
N. V. Shepelevich, I. V. Prostakova, and V. N. Lopatin
353-367
 
Radiative transfer in a layer with oriented spheroidal particles
V. Berdnik and V. Loiko
369-382
 
Enhanced backscatter from monodisperse contaminants on a substrate
J. L. de la Pena, J. M. Saiz, P. J. Valle, F. Gonzalez, F. Moreno, and G. Videen
383-392
 
The dependence of the radiative characterisitics of optically thick media on the shape of particles
A. A. Kokhanovsky and A. Macke
393-407
 
Bidirectional reflectance of flat, optically thick particulate layers: an efficient radiative transfer solution and applications to snow and soil surfacesi
M. I. Mishchenko, J. M. Dlugach, E. G. Yanovitskij, and N. T. Zakharova
409-432
 
Structure of polarization fluctuations and their relation to particle shape
M. C. Pitter, K. I. Hopcraft, E. Jakeman, and J. G. Walker
433-444
 
Shadow-hiding effect in inhomogeneous layered particulate media
D. G. Stankevich, Yu. G. Shkuratov, and K. Muinonen
445-458
 
Heating of a spheroidal particle by intense laser radiation
L. G. Astafieva and V. A. Babenko
459-468
 
Electrooptic effects in dilute suspensions of bacterial cells and fractal aggregates
N. G. Khlebtsov, A. G. Melnikov, V. A. Bogatyrev, and A. I. Sirota
469-478
 
Calculation of extinction and scattering spectra of large spheroidal gold particles embedded in a glass matrix
J. Porstendorfer, K.-J. Berg, and G. Berg
479-486
 
Cirrus cloud top-of-atmosphere radiance spectra in the thermal infrared
R. J. Bantges, J. E. Russell, and J. D. Haigh
487-498
 
Rapid computation of the optical properties of hexagonal columns using complex angular momentum theory
A. J. Baran and S. Havemann
499-519
 
Observations of horizontally oriented ice crystals in cirrus clouds with POLDER-1/ADEOS-1
H. Chepfer, G. Brogniez, P. Goloub, F. M. Breon, and P. H. Flamant
521-543
 
Comparison of microwave radiative transfer calculations obtained with three different approximations of hydrometeor shape
H. Czekala, S. Havemann, K. Schmidt, T. Rother, and C. Simmer
545-558
 
The effects of aspect ratio and surface roughness on satellite retrievals of ice-cloud properties
Q. Han, W. B. Rossow, J. Chou, K.-S. Kuo, and R. M. Welch
559-583
 
Scattering of radiowaves by melting ice particles: an eccentric spheres model
M. P. Ioannidou, D. I. Bakatsoula, and D.P. Chrissoulidis
585-597
 
The Mueller and coherency matrices solution for polarimetric scattering simulation of tree canopy in SAR imaging at C band
Y.-Q. Jin, N.-X. Zhang, and M. Chang
599-611
 
Effect of particle non-sphericity on satellite monitoring of drifting volcanic ash clouds
N. A. Krotkov, D. E. Flittner, A. J. Krueger, A. Kostinski, C. Riley, W. Rose, and O. Torres
613-630
 
Observational evidence for the scattering properties of interplanetary and cometary dust clouds: an update
A. C. Levasseur-Regourd, M. Cabane, and V. Haudebourg
631-641
 
Light scattering by Gaussian, randomly oscillating raindrops
T. Nousiainen and K. Muinonen
643-666
 
Mars aerosol optical thickness retrieved from measurements of the polarization inversion angle and the shape of dust particles
E. V. Petrova
667-676
 
Radar parameters simulation for populations of spherical and non-spherical hydrometeors: dependence on size distributions, shapes and composition
F. Prodi, O. Sturniolo, A. Battaglia, and R. Medini
677-699
 
Infrared emission (500-2000cm-1) of laboratory ice clouds
C. G. Schmitt and W. P. Arnott
701-725
 
Anomalous diffraction theory for arbitrarily oriented hexagonal crystals
W. Sun and Q. Fu
727-737

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Michael Mishchenko
NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
2880 Broadway
New York, NY 10025

Phone: (212) 678-5590
Fax: (212) 678-5552
E-mail: michael.i.mishchenko@nasa.gov

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