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  1. L. R. Poole, D. D. Venable, J. W. Campbell, Appl. Opt. 20, 3653 (1981).
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  5. The distance δk that a photon travels between events in homogeneous media without bounds is selected from a distribution function of the form δk = −ln(∊)/αT(λ), where ∊ is a random number uniformly distributed over the range 0 < ∊ < 1 and αT(λ) is the total attenuation coefficient at wavelength λ for the medium. Adjustments are made to the distribution to account for interaction with the air–water interface.

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D. D. Venable, “A Radiative Transfer Model for Remote Sensing of Laser Induced Fluorescence of Phytoplankton in Nonhomogeneous Turbid Water,” NASA Contract. Rep. 163155 (1980).

The distance δk that a photon travels between events in homogeneous media without bounds is selected from a distribution function of the form δk = −ln(∊)/αT(λ), where ∊ is a random number uniformly distributed over the range 0 < ∊ < 1 and αT(λ) is the total attenuation coefficient at wavelength λ for the medium. Adjustments are made to the distribution to account for interaction with the air–water interface.

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Graphical representation of the Raman normalized fluorescence signal R = HF/HR VS surface concentration for gradients of (A) ±20% m−1, (B) ±15% m−1, (C) ±10% m−1, and (D) ±5% m−1: △, positive gradient; ▽, negative gradient; □, homogeneous distribution.

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g = 1 C 0 d C ( z ) d z
δ k ± 1 = ( δ k - δ k ) α T k α T k + 1 ,
R g ( C 0 ) = a C 0 b ,

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