NEWS AND NOTES

NEWS AND NOTES Clarifying hte is what matters in accurately pr - e the mix of particles typically found Conne Citon Between dicting whether it will go on to in the atmosphere with organic a ooslesr and Coudl form cloud droplets,” according toc ompounds called dicarboxylic a - c d eovpmeeltn coauthor Kevin Wilson of the La- w ids as well as the inorganic salt am - Scientists who study cloud form - a rence Berkeley National Laboratorym onium sulfate. While recreating tion have generally believed that (LBNL). Better understanding the normal cloud-forming conditions, the most important inf luence on interrelationship between aerosol they measured the size of droplets the creation of cloud droplets is particle chemistry and cloud dr- op that formed when the particles were the water solubility of the aerosol let formation could significantly exposed to water vapor and found particle that seeds the droplets’ benefit climate models that forecast “that the cloud droplets were 50 to formation. A new study published how particles in the air inf luence 60 percent larger than predicted i n Science , however, has found the potential cooling impacts of using standard models that relied that solely looking at solubility ref lective clouds. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Clarifying hte is what matters in accurately pr - e the mix of particles typically found Conne Citon Between dicting whether it will go on to in the atmosphere with organic a ooslesr and Coudl form cloud droplets,” according toc ompounds called dicarboxylic a - c d eovpmeeltn coauthor Kevin Wilson of the La- w ids as well as the inorganic salt am - Scientists who study cloud form - a rence Berkeley National Laboratorym onium sulfate. While recreating tion have generally believed that (LBNL). Better understanding the normal cloud-forming conditions, the most important inf luence on interrelationship between aerosol they measured the size of droplets the creation of cloud droplets is particle chemistry and cloud dr- op that formed when the particles were the water solubility of the aerosol let formation could significantly exposed to water vapor and found particle that seeds the droplets’ benefit climate models that forecast “that the cloud droplets were 50 to formation. A new study published how particles in the air inf luence 60 percent larger than predicted i n Science , however, has found the potential cooling impacts of using standard models that relied that solely looking at solubility ref lective clouds.

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Published: Sep 1, 2016

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