JP3.4 A REVIEW OF OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE AEROSOL—CLOUD INTERACTION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A BIN RESOLVED CLOUD SCALE MODELLING

@inproceedings{Flossmann2010JP34AR,
  title={JP3.4 A REVIEW OF OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE AEROSOL—CLOUD INTERACTION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A BIN RESOLVED CLOUD SCALE MODELLING},
  author={Andrea I. Flossmann and Wolfram Wobrock},
  year={2010}
}
The results of parcel model studies seem to indicate that increasing particulate pollution and decreasing solubility suppresses rain formation. In individual and short time cloud simulations this behaviour was confirmed in our 3D model studies. However, taking into account entire cloud fields over longer periods of time yields the strong spatial and temporal variability of the results with isolated regions of inverse correlation of the effects. Even though in general the expected behaviour was… CONTINUE READING

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