A better quantitative grasp of cold-air outbreaks will improve the way they are represented in earth system models.
Hugh Morrison leads an Atmospheric System Research project on parameter variability in modeling ice microphysical processes.
A new ARM- and ASR-led campaign will investigate extrusions of cold air over warm waters.
The paper validated and optimized simple parameterizations of aged absorbing aerosols from [...] Read more
Near-unity mass accommodation coefficients for low/semi-volatile organic gases into diverse aerosols
Accommodation coefficients (α, the probability of a gas molecule sticking to a particle [...] Read more
Partitioning of organic gases to tubing: Measurements, modeling, and software for lab and field sampling
A variety of tubings commonly used for gas and aerosol sampling [...] Read more
Assessing the sensitivity of land-atmosphere coupling strength to boundary and surface layer parameters in the WRF model over Amazon
9 Dec 2019 - 13 Dec 2019
The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest international earth and space science meeting in the world. [...] Read more
12 Jan 2020 - 16 Jan 2020
Sessions for the 100th AMS Annual Meeting are being announced. If you will be leading a session [...] Read more