Combining Upcoming Satellite Missions and Aircraft Activities: Future Challenges for the EUFAR Fleet

Combining Upcoming Satellite Missions and Aircraft Activities: Future Challenges for the EUFAR Fleet MEETING SUMMARIES COMBINING UPCOMING SATELLITE MISSIONS AND AIRCRAFT ACTIVITIES Future Challenges for the EUFAR Fleet BY PAOLA FORMENTI AND MANFRED WENDISCH* loud and aerosol particles are crucial compo- COMBININ G UPCOMING SATELLITE MISSIONS AND nents of th e Earth's climate system. They modif y th e transfer of solar radiation in th e atmosphere C AIRCRAF T ACTIVITIES: FUTURE CHALLENGES FOR THE by scattering and absorption processes. The clouds EUFAR FLEET an d atmospheric gases, and to a lesser extent aerosol particles, mainly modulate the transfer of terrestrial WHAT: More than 30 scientists from the satellite, radiation within the atmosphere by absorption and aircraft, and modeling communities gathered to discuss future needs and requirements for emission. the European Fleet for Airborne Research The local impact of aerosol particles and clouds o validate and complement satellite data on on the solar and terrestrial radiative energy budget clouds, aerosol particles, and atmospheric of the atmosphere can be calculated using radiative radiation and oceanography transfe r models. The models require measurements WHEN : 13-15 Septembe r 200 6 of bot h the microphysical and chemical properties of WHERE: Paris, France aerosol particles and clouds, which can be obtained, for example, by aircraf http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Combining Upcoming Satellite Missions and Aircraft Activities: Future Challenges for the EUFAR Fleet

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/BAMS-89-3-385
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MEETING SUMMARIES COMBINING UPCOMING SATELLITE MISSIONS AND AIRCRAFT ACTIVITIES Future Challenges for the EUFAR Fleet BY PAOLA FORMENTI AND MANFRED WENDISCH* loud and aerosol particles are crucial compo- COMBININ G UPCOMING SATELLITE MISSIONS AND nents of th e Earth's climate system. They modif y th e transfer of solar radiation in th e atmosphere C AIRCRAF T ACTIVITIES: FUTURE CHALLENGES FOR THE by scattering and absorption processes. The clouds EUFAR FLEET an d atmospheric gases, and to a lesser extent aerosol particles, mainly modulate the transfer of terrestrial WHAT: More than 30 scientists from the satellite, radiation within the atmosphere by absorption and aircraft, and modeling communities gathered to discuss future needs and requirements for emission. the European Fleet for Airborne Research The local impact of aerosol particles and clouds o validate and complement satellite data on on the solar and terrestrial radiative energy budget clouds, aerosol particles, and atmospheric of the atmosphere can be calculated using radiative radiation and oceanography transfe r models. The models require measurements WHEN : 13-15 Septembe r 200 6 of bot h the microphysical and chemical properties of WHERE: Paris, France aerosol particles and clouds, which can be obtained, for example, by aircraf

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 5, 2008

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