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Figure 5

From: Small-scale volcanic aerosols variability, processes and direct radiative impact at Mount Etna during the EPL-RADIO campaigns

Figure 5

Equinox-equivalent daily average TOA (blue dots) and surface (blue squares) radiative forcing, and their f ratio (red crosses), as a function of the single scattering albedo assumptions, for asymmetry parameter \(\hbox {g}=0.50\). Their mean values (by averaging all estimations with the different single scattering albedos, for \(\hbox {g}=0.50\)) is also shown with 1-standard-deviation error bars (filled blue dot, blue square and red cross) (a). Equinox-equivalent daily average TOA and surface radiative forcing and f ratio, averaged over all values of g and as a function of SSA (b), and averaged over all values of SSA and as a function of g (c).

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