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1. Knuteson, R. O.; Osborne, B.; Short, J.; Revercomb, H. E.; Tobin, D. C. and Nasiri, S. L.. Progress towards a characterization of the infrared emissivity of the land surface in the vicinity of the ARM SGP central facility: Surface (S-AERI) and Airborne Sensors (NAST-I/S-HIS). Washington, DC, US Department of Energy, Office of Energy Research, Office of Health and Environmental Research, Environmental Sciences Division, 2001. Reprint # 3070. 

2. Ackerman, S. A.. Monitoring the temperature inversion at 11 and 6.7 microns. Hampton, VA, A. Deepak Publishing, 1997, pp.58-61. Reprint # 2476. 

3. Ackerman, S. A. and Knuteson, R. O.. Multiple-scattering algorithm for use with line-by-line RTE models. Bellingham, WA, SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering, 1993, pp.373-377. Reprint # 1747. 

4. Ackerman, S. A.; Moeller, C. C.; Menzel, W. P.; Spinhirne, J. D.; Hall, D.; Wang, J. R.; Revercomb, H. E.; Knuteson, R. O.; Eloranta, E. W.; Nolin, A. W. and King, M. D.. WINCE: A winter cloud experiment. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1999, pp.467-470. Reprint # 2590. 

5. Ackerman, S. A.; Moeller, C. C.; Strabala, K. I.; Gerber, H. E.; Gumley, L. E.; Menzel, W. P. and Tsay, S-C.. Retrieval of effective microphysical properties of clouds: A wave cloud case studyGeophysical Research Letters, Volume: 25, Issue: 8, 1998, pp.1121-1124. Reprint # 2868. 

6. Ackerman, S. A.; Smith, W. L. and Revercomb, H. E.. Comparison of broadband and high-spectral resolution infrared observationsInternational Journal of Remote Sensing, Volume: 14, Issue: 15, 1993, pp.2875-2882. Reprint # 1752. 

7. Ackerman, S. A.; Smith, W. L.; Collard, A. D.; Ma, H. E.; Revercomb, H. E. and Knuteson, R. O.. Cirrus cloud properties derived from High Spectral Resolution Infrared Spectrometry during FIRE II. Part II: Aircraft HIS resultsJournal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Volume: 52, Issue: 23, 1995, pp.4246-4263. Reprint # 2222. 
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8. Ackerman, S. A.; Smith, W. L.; Ma, X. L.; Knuteson, R. O. and Revercomb, H. E.. Cirrus cloud retrievals from HIS observations during FIRE II. Hampton, VA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program, 1993, pp.98-102. Reprint # 1405. 

9. Ackerman, Steve A.; Revercomb, H. E.; Knuteson, R. O.; Moeller, C.; Bumley, L.; Strabala, K.; Frey, R. A.; Menzel, W. P.; van Delst, P.; Walden, V. P.; Spinhirne, J.; Hart, W. and Smith, W. L.. Cloud retrievals from combined observations from the HIS, MAS, and CLS. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1999, abstract only. 

10. Ackerman, Steven A.. Participation in the FIRE Phase II Program: Final report for the period 1 September 1990 through 30 April 1995. NASA grant NAG1-1177. (also titled 'Final technical report for NASA grant NAG1011177: Participation in the FIRE Phase II Program'). Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), 1996. Call Number: UW SSEC Publication No.96.05.A1. 
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11. Ackerman, Steven A.. Global satellite observations of negative brightness temperature differences between 11 and 6.7 micronsJournal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Volume: 53, Issue: 19, 1996, pp.2803-2812. Reprint # 2299. 
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12. Ackerman, Steven A. and Smith William L.. Inferring cloud microphysical properties from high resolution spectral measurements in the 8-13 micron window region. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1990, pp.6-8. Reprint # 1192. 

13. Ackerman, Steven A. and Smith, William L.. Radiative properties of cirrus clouds in the 8-12 micron region: Implications for remote sensing of cloud microphysics. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1989, pp.187-188. Reprint # 1029. 

14. Ackerman, Steven A. and Smith, William L.. IR spectral characteristics of cirrus clouds. Hampton, VA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division, 1990, pp.441-445. Reprint # 1735. 

15. Ackerman, Steven A. and Smith, William L.. Status report for NASA grant NAG1-1177, Participation in the FIRE Phase II Program. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC), Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS), 1991. Call Number: UW SSEC Publication No.91.06.A1. 
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16. Ackerman, Steven A. and Smith, William L.. Passive remote sensing of cirrus clouds and their microphysical properties using 8 and 11 micron channels. Washington, DC, Optical Society of America, 1990, pp.336-339. Reprint # 2775. 

17. Ackerman, Steven A. and Stephens, Graeme L.. The absorption of solar radiation by cloud droplets: An application of anomalous diffraction theoryJournal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Volume: 44, Issue: 12, 1987, pp.1574-1588. Reprint # 1011. 
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18. Ackerman, Steven A.; Chung, Hyosang; Cox, Stephen K.; Herman, Leroy; Smith, William L. and Wylie, Donald P.. Comparison of NOAA-9 ERBE measurements with Cirrus IFO satellite and aircraft measurements. Hampton, VA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division, 1990, pp.117-121. Reprint # 1731. 

19. Ackerman, Steven A.; Eloranta, Ed W.; Grund, Chris J.; Knuteson, Robert O.; Revercomb, Henry E.; Smith William L. and Wylie, Donald P.. University of Wisconsin cirrus remote sensing pilot experiment. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1990, pp.143-144. Reprint # 1191. 

20. Ackerman, Steven A.; Eloranta, Ed W.; Grund, Chris J.; Knuteson, Robert O.; Revercomb, Henry E.; Smith, William L. and Wylie, Donald P.. University of Wisconsin cirrus remote sensing pilot experimentBulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume: 74, Issue: 6, 1993, pp.1041-1049. Reprint # 1842. 
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21. Ackerman, Steven A.; Frey, Richard and Smith, William L.. Radiative properties of the Earth-atmosphere system from combined AVHRR, HIRS/2 and ERBE observations. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1992, pp.73-74. Reprint # 1257. 

22. Ackerman, Steven A.; Holz, Robert E.; Frey, Richard and Li, Jun. Discrimination of aerosols and clouds using hyperspectral and multispectral measurements. Washington, DC, Optical Society of America, 2007, Paper HMB1. CD-ROM. Reprint # 5521. 

23. Ackerman, Steven A.; Huang, Hung-Lung; Antonelli, Paolo; Holz, Robert; Revercomb, Henry; Tobin, David; Baggett, Kevin and Davies, James. Detection of clouds and aerosols using infrared hyperspectral observations. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2004, Paper P2.23. Reprint # 3641. 

24. Ackerman, Steven A.; Smith, W. L.; Spinhirne, J. D. and Revercomb, H. E.. The 27-28 October 1986 FIRE IFO cirrus case study: Spectral properties of cirrus clouds in the 8-12 micron windowMonthly Weather Review, Volume: 118, Issue: 11, 1990, pp.2377-2388. Reprint # 1040. 
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25. Ackerman, Steven A.; Tobin, D.; Knuteson, R.; Antonelli, P.; Revercomb, H. and Vinson, K.. Fire detection and properties from high-spectral resolution infrared observations. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2003, abstract only.