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The successive order of scattering (SOS) method is a very useful method because it is based on physical intuition and is easy to understand. Lenoble (1985) contains a large list of references. The method remains an active research area since then (Myneni et al., 1987; Lenoble, 1993). Techniques have been developed to make SOS more efficient (Min and Duan, 2004; Duan and Min, 2005). It is also easy to include polarization with the SOS method (Lenoble et al., 2007). Particularly, it is used to solve the RTE in the coupled atmosphere and ocean systems (AOS) ( ...

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