EL NIÑO AND CLIMATE CHANGE: WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FOR THE REST OF 2024?

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Atmospheric window

range of wavelengths over which there is relatively little absorption of radiation by atmospheric gases.
The major windows are the visible window, from ∼0.3 to ∼0.9 μm; the infrared window, from ∼8 to ∼13 μm; and the microwave window, at wavelengths longer than ∼1 mm.

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