How clouds in the arctic are surprisingly few in spring, say scientists following a ten years study.
Knowing more about clouds in the Arctic may help to explain why climate change is warming the region twice as fast as the rest of the world, making life hard for polar bears. From ten years of observations by instruments in the north of Greenland, Sven-Erik Gryning of the Technical University of Denmark and colleagues have found that Arctic clouds do not behave as predicted by simulations, especially...
Call for papers in Coastal and Urban Meteorology :)
A special issue is being prepared in coastal and urban meteorology ;)
The editors would love to collect articles on the topic to improve the way we understand and model the physical processes occurring in coastal and urban regions.
Do you think it fits to your research? the deadline for submission is 25 May 2021... don't miss it then!
Find out more infos in the pdf below :)
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New paper on MWR profiling!
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New paper on algorithms for ABL height detection using automatic lidars and ceilometers :)
A new paper was recently published. We asked three main questions to the main author, Simone Kotthaus, a post-doc at the Ecole Politecnique, Paris.
1) what was the problem you tackled?
International networks of automatic lidars and ceilometers (ALC) are gathering valuable data about the ABL. To automatically detect the height of the atmospheric boundary layer and its sublayers,...