Hygroscopic growth of atmospheric aerosol particles based on lidar , radiosonde , and in situ measurements : Case studies from the Xinzhou fi eld campaign

@inproceedings{Lv2016HygroscopicGO,
  title={Hygroscopic growth of atmospheric aerosol particles based on lidar , radiosonde , and in situ measurements : Case studies from the Xinzhou fi eld campaign},
  author={Min Lv and Dong Liu and Zhanqing Li and Jietai Mao and Yele Sun and Zhenzhu Wang and Yingjian Wang and Chenbo Xie},
  year={2016}
}
Lidar, radiosonde, and ground-based in situ nephelometer measurements made during an intensive field campaign carried out from July to September 2014 at the Xinzhou meteorological station were used to determine the aerosol hygroscopic growth effect in a cloud-capped, well-mixed boundary layer. Aerosol hygroscopic properties at 355 and 532 nmwere examined for two cases with distinct aerosol layers. Lidar-derived maximum enhancement factors in terms of aerosol backscatter coefficient derived… CONTINUE READING
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