Evaluation of a large‐eddy model simulation of a mixed‐phase altocumulus cloud using microwave radiometer, lidar and Doppler radar data

@inproceedings{Marsham2006EvaluationOA,
  title={Evaluation of a large‐eddy model simulation of a mixed‐phase altocumulus cloud using microwave radiometer, lidar and Doppler radar data},
  author={John H Marsham and Steven Dobbie and Robin J. Hogan},
  year={2006}
}
Using the Met Office large-eddy model (LEM) we simulate a mixed-phase altocumulus cloud that was observed from Chilbolton in southern England by a 94 GHz Doppler radar, a 905 nm lidar, a dual-wavelength microwave radiometer and also by four radiosondes. It is important to test and evaluate such simulations with observations, since there are significant differences between results from different cloud-resolving models for ice clouds. Simulating the Doppler radar and lidar data within the LEM… CONTINUE READING

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