In-cloud sulfate addition to single particles resolved with sulfur isotope analysis during HCCT-2010

@inproceedings{Harris2014IncloudSA,
  title={In-cloud sulfate addition to single particles resolved with sulfur isotope analysis during HCCT-2010},
  author={Eliza Harris and Baerbel Sinha and Dominik van Pinxteren and Johannes Schneider and Laurent Poulain and Jeffrey L. Collett and Barbara D’Anna and Benjamin Fahlbusch and Stephen F. Foley and Khanneh Wadinga Fomba and Christian George and Thomas Gnauk and Silivia Henning and Tien Lin Lee and Stephan Christian Mertes and Annette Curtius geb. Roth and Frank Stratmann and St. Borrmann and Peter C. Hoppe and Hartmut Herrmann},
  year={2014}
}
In-cloud production of sulfate modifies aerosol size distribution, with important implications for the magnitude of indirect and direct aerosol cooling and the impact of SO2 emissions on the environment. We investigate which sulfate sources dominate the in-cloud addition of sulfate to different particle classes as an air parcel passes through an orographic cloud. Sulfate aerosol, SO 2 and H2SO4 were collected upwind, in-cloud and downwind of an orographic cloud for three cloud measurement… CONTINUE READING

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