International Radiation Commission (IRC)
Commission internationale des radiations
1924 Madrid Spain
1924, Madrid (Spain), as Radiation Commission of International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG). At IUGG Assembly, 1948, Oslo (Norway), became a commission of the then 'International Association of Meteorology -- Association internationale de météorologie', currently B-XB1312 - International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS). Also referred to as IAMAP International Radiation Commission -- Commission internationale des radiations de l'AIMPA.
Promote research into atmospheric radiation as well as application of that research to practical problems, including on the following topics: optical phenomena in the atmosphere; radiative properties of atmospheric constituents and of the earth's surface; radiative properties of planetary atmospheres; radiant energy transfer; radiant energy interaction with other features of the atmosphere; remote sensing of atmosphere and surface.
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