Summary of the Tenth International Cloud Physics Conference, 1520 August 1988, Bad Homburg, Federal Republic of Germany

Summary of the Tenth International Cloud Physics Conference, 1520 August 1988, Bad Homburg,... meeting review Summary of the Tenth International Cloud Physics Conference, 15-20 August 1988, Bad Homburg, Federal Republic of Germany Peter V. Hobbs* Chairman, International Program Committee and Chairs of Scientific Sessions that two drops colliding will coalesce as a function 1. Introduction of their angle of impact and their mean relative elec- tric charge. Laboratory experiments, described by International conferences on cloud physics, organ- Beard and Ochs, confirmed the long-standing hy- ized by the International Commission on Cloud Phys- pothesis that small raindrops in free fall oscillate be- ics (ICCP), are held every four years. The tenth con- cause of resonant interaction with the eddies they ference in this series, held in August 1988 in Bad shed. Homburg, Federal Republic of Germany, was hosted The next four papers concerned various aspects of by the Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz, and ice and snow crystals. Takahashi et al. described the the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, Frankfurt. results of measurements in a vertical wind tunnel of In his opening address1 to the 10th Conference, the the time variations in the growth of snow crystals by president of the ICCP noted that in recent years re- vapor diffusion and by riming. Empirical equations search on http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Summary of the Tenth International Cloud Physics Conference, 1520 August 1988, Bad Homburg, Federal Republic of Germany

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-70.3.286
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meeting review Summary of the Tenth International Cloud Physics Conference, 15-20 August 1988, Bad Homburg, Federal Republic of Germany Peter V. Hobbs* Chairman, International Program Committee and Chairs of Scientific Sessions that two drops colliding will coalesce as a function 1. Introduction of their angle of impact and their mean relative elec- tric charge. Laboratory experiments, described by International conferences on cloud physics, organ- Beard and Ochs, confirmed the long-standing hy- ized by the International Commission on Cloud Phys- pothesis that small raindrops in free fall oscillate be- ics (ICCP), are held every four years. The tenth con- cause of resonant interaction with the eddies they ference in this series, held in August 1988 in Bad shed. Homburg, Federal Republic of Germany, was hosted The next four papers concerned various aspects of by the Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz, and ice and snow crystals. Takahashi et al. described the the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, Frankfurt. results of measurements in a vertical wind tunnel of In his opening address1 to the 10th Conference, the the time variations in the growth of snow crystals by president of the ICCP noted that in recent years re- vapor diffusion and by riming. Empirical equations search on

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 1989

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