Aerosols, clouds, and precipitation in the North Atlantic trades observedduring the Barbados aerosol cloud experiment – Part 1: Distributions andvariability

@inproceedings{Jung2016AerosolsCA,
  title={Aerosols, clouds, and precipitation in the North Atlantic trades observedduring the Barbados aerosol cloud experiment – Part 1: Distributions andvariability},
  author={Eunsil Jung and Bruce A. Albrecht and Graham Feingold and Haflidi H. Jonsson and Patrick Yung-Shie Chuang and Shaunna L. Donaher},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract. Shallow marine cumulus clouds are by far the most frequently observed cloud type over the Earth's oceans; but they are poorly understood and have not been investigated as extensively as stratocumulus clouds. This study describes and discusses the properties and variations of aerosol, cloud, and precipitation associated with shallow marine cumulus clouds observed in the North Atlantic trades during a field campaign (Barbados Aerosol Cloud Experiment- BACEX, March–April 2010), which… CONTINUE READING
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