Examination of microphysical relationships and corresponding microphysical processes in warm fogs

@article{Lu2013ExaminationOM,
  title={Examination of microphysical relationships and corresponding microphysical processes in warm fogs},
  author={C. Lu and Y. Liu and S. Niu and L. Zhao and Huaying Yu and Muning Cheng},
  journal={Acta Meteorologica Sinica},
  year={2013},
  volume={27},
  pages={832-848}
}
  • C. Lu, Y. Liu, +3 authors Muning Cheng
  • Published 2013
  • Environmental Science
  • Acta Meteorologica Sinica
  • In this paper, the microphysical relationships of 8 dense fog events collected from a comprehensive fog observation campaign carried out at Pancheng (32.2°N, 118.7°E) in the Nanjing area, China in the winter of 2007 are investigated. Positive correlations are found among key microphysical properties (cloud droplet number concentration, droplet size, spectral standard deviation, and liquid water content) in each case, suggesting that the dominant processes in these fog events are likely droplet… CONTINUE READING
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