This special feature of Applied Optics reports the results of new experimental and theoretical research concerning a number of naked-eye optical phenomena, including ice-crystal halo displays, mirages, rainbows, glories, optical caustics, clear-sky phenomena, cloud coronas, cloud iridescence, and the extinction of skylight. (C) 2003 Optical Society of America.
Adler, Charles L. and Lock, James A., "Light and Color in the Open Air: Introduction to the Feature Issue" (2003). Physics Faculty Publications. 119.
Adler, Charles L. and James A. Lock. "Light and Color in the Open Air: Introduction to the Feature Issue." Applied Optics 42 (2003): 307-308.
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