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plementation of Atmospheric Correction (MAIAC) algorithm at 1 km resolution. Keypoints: • Remote sensing multi-angular, polarimetric observations are shown to be sensitive to the amount of black carbon in a wildfire smoke plume through comparisons with in situ airborne measurements; • Radiative closure was achieved and demonstrated the ability to constrain the black carbon mass fraction to approximately 5%, assuming external mixing of chemical components from landscape fires. This, however,doi:10.1029/2017jd028032 fatcat:dw6iy6qxrjakxhuoanh55vquuu