Ice, clouds and climate session at Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly 2013
Ice, clouds and climate
Ice particles and ice nuclei play an important role in the microphysics of clouds from the equator to the poles. Unfortunately our knowledge of ice formation and ice nuclei is poor in all geographic areas. This symposium will look at ice formation and precipitation in general as well as looking at Polar Regions in particular where in-situ measurements are rare and ice and cloud condensation nuclei numbers are often extremely low.
Dynamics and impact of ice formation in clouds
Quantifying solid precipitation: measuring and modelling challenges
Clouds, aerosols and precipitation at high latitudes
Dr Tom Lachlan-Cope
Manager Climate Processes
British Antarctic Survey
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