Abstract

This Polarization in Remote Sensing special issue of Applied Optics presents 11 papers that describe research in polarization measurements and applications. The subject matter covered ranges from a review of passive imaging polarimetry, the first paper, to a presentation of twilight atmospheric polarization measurements, the last.

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