13th Conference on Cloud Physics

Poster Session 2

 Cloud Physics Poster Session II
 Chair: Greg McFarquhar, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL
 P2.1The impact of surface forcing conditions on Arctic cloud-aerosol interactions  
Amy B. Solomon, CIRES/NOAA/ESRL/PSD, Boulder, CO; and M. Shupe and P. O. G. Persson
 P2.2Airborne estimates of precipitation during the Mixed-Phase Arctic Cloud Experiment  
Andrea J. Neumann, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND; and M. R. Poellot, G. M. McFarquhar, and G. Zhang
 P2.3In-situ observation of Arctic mixed phase clouds during the ISDAC flight campaign  
Alexei Korolev, Environment Canada, Downsview, ON, Canada; and G. McFarquhar, S. J. Ghan, J. W. Strapp, M. Wolde, J. Verlinde, B. Schmid, P. Liu, M. Ovchinnikov, and S. D. Brooks
 P2.4A Comparison of Cirrus Microphysics from two Arctic field experiments – MPACE and ISDAC  
Subhashree Mishra, DRI, Reno, NV; and D. L. Mitchell
 P2.5Ice microphysics and aerosol indirect effects based on in-situ observations collected during the ISDAC field project  
Ismail Gultepe, Environment Canada, Toronto, ON, Canada; and G. A. Isaac, F. S. Boudala, N. Shantz, and P. Liu
 P2.6Characteristics of orographic cloud and precipitation in the Arctic during STAR  
Shannon Elizabeth Fargey, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada; and J. Hanesiak, R. Martin, J. W. Strapp, and M. Wolde
 P2.7Water-ice partition in the Arctic mixed-phase clouds Based on Long-term ARCF Observations  
Ming Zhao, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY; and Z. Wang
 P2.8Effects of Ice Nucleation and Crystal Habits on the Dynamics of Arctic Mixed Phase Clouds  extended abstract
Muge Komurcu, Penn State University, University Park, PA; and J. Harrington
 P2.10An investigation of ice formation in mixed-phase Arctic boundary layer clouds observed on 7 May 1998 during SHEBA  
Ann M. Fridlind, NASA, New York, NY; and A. S. Ackerman, B. van Diedenhoven, A. Avramov, P. Zuidema, H. Morrison, and M. Shupe
P2.9Large Eddy Simulations of summertime Arctic stratus during ASCOS  
Thomas D. Pleavin, Univ. of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom; and I. M. Brooks, S. Dobbie, M. Shupe, O. Persson, and M. Tjernstrom
 P2.11Intercomparison of cloud model simulations of Arctic mixed-phase boundary layer stratus observed during SHEBA  
Hugh Morrison, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and P. Zuidema, A. S. Ackerman, A. Avramov, G. de Boer, J. Fan, A. M. Fridlind, T. Hashino, J. Y. Harrington, Y. Luo, M. Ovchinnikov, B. Shipway, and B. van Diedenhoven
 P2.12Possible sufficiency of conventional ice nucleation mechanisms in a case study of arctic stratus: April 8th during ISDAC  
Alexander Avramov, Columbia University, New York, NY; and A. S. Ackerman, A. M. Fridlind, B. van Diedenhoven, A. V. Korolev, J. W. Strapp, G. M. McFarquhar, R. Jackson, S. D. Brooks, and A. Glen
 P2.14The Study on Macro-microphysical Characteristics of Stratiform Clouds over North China  extended abstract
Ying Duan, Weather Modification Office of Hebei Province, Shijiazhuang,China, China; and Z. Wu and L. Shi
 P2.15A study on the structure and precipitation processes of precipitating stratiform clouds associated with a westerly trough  extended abstract
Tuanjie Hou, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China; and H. Lei and Z. Hu
 P2.16Relationships between marine boundary layer clouds and meteorological factors  
Hideaki Kawai, Japan Meteorological Agency, Tokyo, Japan
 P2.17RACORO long-term, systematic aircraft observations of boundary layer clouds  
Andrew M. Vogelmann, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY; and G. McFarquhar, J. Ogren, D. D. Turner, J. M. Comstock, G. Feingold, C. N. Long, H. H. Jonsson, A. Bucholtz, D. R. Collins, G. Diskin, H. Gerber, R. P. Lawson, R. K. Woods, J. Hubbe, J. Tomlinson, and B. Schmid
 P2.18Vertical profiles of CCN concentrations and microphysical structures of shallow warm clouds in western Japan  
Masataka Murakami, MRI, Tsukuba,Ibaraki,, Japan; and N. Orikasa, A. Saito, K. Yamashita, and H. Ohtake
 P2.19Enhanced ice generation and suppressed drizzle formation by dust particles in stratiform clouds observed from CALIPSO and CloudSat measurements  extended abstract
Damao Zhang, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY; and Z. Wang and D. Liu
 P2.20Observations of Ice in Maritime Stratiform Clouds from CALIOP/MODIS Observations  
Robert E. Holz, CIMSS/Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and S. Ackerman and R. Kuehn
 P2.21Small-scale variability of temperature and LWC at Stratocumulus top  extended abstract
Szymon P. Malinowski, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland; and K. E. Haman, M. Kopec, W. Kumala, H. Gerber, and S. K. Krueger
 P2.22Wind shear and thermodynamic characteristics near the stratocumulus cloud top  
Qing Wang, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA; and M. Zhou, D. H. Lenschow, C. Dai, and S. Wang
 P2.23Physics of stratocumulus top (POST) project results and analysis of the thermodynamic and microphysical processes within the entrainment interface layer  
Jerome K. Carman, Univ. of California, Santa Cruz, CA; and D. L. Rossiter and P. Y. Chuang
 P2.24Stratus microphysics correlations  
Vandana Jha, DRI, Reno, NV; and S. Noble and J. G. Hudson
 P2.25Airborne turbulence measurements in the stratocumulus-topped marine boundary layer  
Djamal Khelif, Univ. of California, Irvine, CA; and C. A. Friehe
 P2.26A Large-Eddy Smulation Study of Observed Stratocumulus Clods Under Weak Inversion during POST  
Shouping Wang, NRL, Monterey, CA; and Q. Wang and A. Bucholtz
 P2.27Observations of Size-resolved Drizzle Rates and Radar Reflectivity in Marine Stratocumulus  
Dione L. Rossiter, Univ. of California, Santa Cruz, CA; and J. D. Small and P. Y. Chuang
 P2.28The detection and properties of drizzle onset in marine stratus clouds using Doppler cloud radar observations in the Azores  
Edward P. Luke, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY; and P. Kollias
 P2.29Aerosol-Cloud Relationships in Marine Stratocumulus  extended abstract
Yi-Chun Chen, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA; and Z. J. Lebo and J. H. Seinfeld
 P2.30Impact of radiative cooling and subgrid-scale mixing on the evolution of stratocumulus-topped boundary layer  extended abstract
Marcin J. Kurowski, Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, Warsaw, Poland; and W. W. Grabowski and S. P. Malinowski
 P2.31An LES model study of marine stratocumulus-topped boundary layer evolution-CCN impacts, diurnal contrasts and thermodynamic differences  
Keunyong Song, Yonsei university, Seoul, South Korea; and S. S. Yum
 P2.32What can a regional climate model tell us about the long term climatology of marine stratocumulus off California's coast?  
Travs Allen O'Brien, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA; and L. C. Sloan and P. Y. Chuang
 P2.33An aircraft case study of the spatial transition from closed to open mesoscale cellular convection  
Robert Wood, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; and C. Bretherton, D. Leon, A. Clarke, P. Zuidema, G. Allen, and H. Coe
 P2.34Aerosol physics, chemistry and cloud condensation nuclei at the ocean surface, VOCALS-REx 2008  
David S. Covert, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; and L. N. Hawkins, L. M. Russell, D. J. Coffman, P. K. Quinn, and T. S. Bates
 P2.35Albedo, albedo susceptibility, and cloud-aerosol interactions in the Southeast Pacific stratocmulus deck  
David A. Painemal, University of Miami, Miami, FL; and P. Zuidema
 P2.36Drizzle in marine stratocumulus over the south eastern Pacific: measurement and role of mesoscale organization  
David Leon, Univ. of Wyoming, Laramie, WY; and J. R. Snider and P. Zuidema
 P2.37Characterizing cold pools underneath marine stratocumulus using data from VOCALS REx  
Christopher R. Terai, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; and R. Wood
 P2.38Cloud microphysical characteristics of the entrainment-mixing processes in the marine stratocumulus clouds observed during the VOCALS project  
Seoungchel Lee, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea; and S. S. Yum, J. Wang, P. H. Daum, G. Senum, and S. Springston
 P2.39Observations of decoupled boundary layers in the south eastern Pacific during VOCALS using aircraft, ship and model data  extended abstract
Paul A. Barrett, The Met Office, Exeter, United Kingdom
 P2.40Analysis of microphysical data during aircraft cross over events in VOCALs  
Ben Parkes, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom; and A. Gadian, A. Blyth, and J. Latham
 P2.41Aerosol and liquid water path relationships in coastal non-drizzling marine stratocumulus over the subtropical southeastern Pacific  
Xue Zheng, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and B. A. Albrecht, P. Minnis, and J. K. Ayers
 P2.42Principle component analysis of marine stratocumulus drizzle and other in situ observations  
Mikael K. Witte, Univ. of California, Santa Cruz, CA; and D. L. Rossiter and P. Y. Chuang
 P2.43When do stratocumulus clouds drizzle?  
S. P. de Szoeke, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR; and S. E. Yuter
 P2.44Numerical simulation of pockets of open cells formation in the South-east Pacific during VOCALS-Rex  
Andreas Muhlbauer, JISAO/Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; and R. Wood
 P2.45Modelling marine stratocumulus and its radiative properties  extended abstract
Peter Anthony Cook, University of Manchester, Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom; and P. Connolly, C. Dearden, G. Allen, J. Dorsey, I. Crawford, J. Crosier, H. Ricketts, H. Coe, and A. Hill
 P2.46Aerosol sources and marine stratocumulus during VOCALS-REx in a WRF/Chem Large Eddy Simulation  
Jan Kazil, NOAA/ESRL, Boulder, CO; and H. Wang and G. Feingold
 P2.47Cloud Resolving Simulation of Subtropical Low Clouds and Comparison with Cloud Object Data from CERES  
Anning Cheng, SSAI, Inc., Hampton, VA; and K. M. Xu
 P2.48Modeling precipitation and cloud cellular structures in marine stratocumulus over the Southeast Pacific  
Hailong Wang, PNNL, Richland, WA; and G. Feingold, R. Wood, and J. Kazil
 P2.49Numerical modelling of the cloud-aerosol interactions for VOCALS  
Miroslaw Andrejczuk, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom; and A. Gadian and A. Blyth
 P2.50Evaluation of stratocumulus cloud prediction in the Met Office forecast model during VOCALS-REx  
Steven J. Abel, Met Office, Exeter, United Kingdom; and D. Walters, J. Mulcahy, and G. Allen
 P2.51Phase composition of cumulus clouds in the Camagüey meteorological site  
Carlos Alberto Pérez-Sánchez Sr., Camagüey Meteorological Center, Camagüey, Cuba; and D. Martinez-Castro, V. V. Petrov, I. Pomares-Ponce, B. P. Koloskov, and F. Gamboa-Romero
 P2.52Drizzle Rates and Giant Sea-Salt Nuclei in Small Cumulus  extended abstract
H. Gerber, Gerber Scientific, Reston, VA; and G. Frick
 P2.53Observations of the transition from shallow to deep convection during CuPIDO 2006  
Joseph A. Zehnder, Creighton University, Omaha, NE; and T. M. Nendick
 P2.54Observations of the impact of orographic cumulus clouds on the ambient flow  extended abstract
Yonggang Wang, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY; and B. Geerts
 P2.55On the diurnal evolution of continental shallow cumulus clouds  
Yunyan Zhang, LLNL, Livermore, CA; and S. Klein
 P2.56Trade wind cloud evolution observed by polarization radar—relationship to aerosol characteristics  
Hilary A. Minor, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and R. M. Rauber and S. Goeke
 P2.57Regional differences in tropical congestus populations  
Sean P. F. Casey, JPL, La Cañada Flintridge, CA; and E. Fetzer and Q. Yue
 P2.58Buoyancy flux statistics and cloud patterns in shallow moist Rayleigh-Benard convection  
Joerg Schumacher, Ilmenau University of Technology, Ilmenau, Germany; and O. Pauluis and T. Weidauer
 P2.59On constraining model microphysical processes with RICO observations  
Zhujun Li, University of Miami, Miami, FL; and P. Zuidema and B. Shipway
 P2.60Microphysical parameters and precipitation formation in shallow cumulus clouds simulated by the LES explicit microphysics model  
Yefim Kogan, CIMMS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
 P2.61The effect of simulated shallow convection in the tropics and extra-tropics  
Takuya Komori, Japan Meteorological Agency, Tokyo, Japan
 P2.62Simulation of subtropical precipitating shallow convection with single- and double-moment warm-rain microphysics  
Joanna Slawinska, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland; and W. W. Grabowski, A. A. Wyszogrodzki, H. Morrison, and H. Pawlowska
 P2.63Deep Convective Clouds Precipitation Particles Spectrum Distribution Observation and its Characteristic Analysis  
Jiangping Pu, PLA University of Science & Technology, Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China; and G. Zheng and M. Lv
 P2.64Observations of Deep Convective Cloud Properties and their Modifications by Aerosols  
Tianle Yuan, NASA/GSFC and UMBC/JCET, Greenbelt, MD; and L. A. Remer, Z. Li, H. Yu, J. V. Martins, and K. E. Pickering
 P2.65Analysis of the Structure Characteristics of Cloud and Precipitation from a Convective Cloud Merger Process  
Yuquan Zhou Sr., Chinese Academy of Meteorological Science, Beijing, China; and M. Cai
 P2.66Obtaining number concentrations of activated CCN from vertical profiles of Re in deep convective clouds  
Eyal Freud, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel; and D. Rosenfeld
P2.67Influence of turbulent parameterization on high resolution numerical modeling of observed tropical convection during NASA TC4 field campaign  
Antonio Parodi, CIMA Research Foundation, Savona, Italy; and S. Tanelli
 P2.68Parcel model and cloud resolving three-dimensional simulations of pyro-convective clouds: from CCN activation to precipitation  
Philipp Reutter, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland; and H. Su, J. Trentmann, M. Simmel, D. Rose, S. S. Gunthe, A. Seifert, M. Herzog, H. Wernli, M. O. Andreae, and U. Pöschl
P2.69Comparing aerosol and low-level moisture influences on supercell tornadogenesis: idealized simulations  
David Lerach, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; and W. R. Cotton
 P2.70Formation Process and Precipitation Mechanism of Embedded Convections in the Cloud System  
Yanwei Li Sr., Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing, China, China; and S. Niu
 P2.71Microphysical characterisation of west African MCS anvils  
Dominique Bouniol, CNRS/Météo-France, Toulouse, France; and J. Delanoë, C. Duroure, A. Protat, V. Giraud, and G. Penide
 P2.72Analysis of cirrus cloud particle size distributions from Sparticus  
Michael C. Schwartz, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and G. G. Mace, J. M. Comstock, P. Lawson, A. Chaturvedi, and B. A. Baker
 P2.73Measurements of short-lived contrails embedded in thin/subvisible cirrus clouds  
Miriam Kübbeler, Research Center, Jülich, Germany; and M. Krämer, M. Hildebrandt, J. Meyer, C. Schiller, A. Minikin, A. Petzold, M. Rautenhaus, H. Schlager, U. Schumann, C. Voigt, P. Spichtinger, and J. F. Gayet
 Poster P2.74 has been moved to 8.3A  
 P2.75Investigations of Relative Humidity and Cirrus Formation with CloudSat, OSIRIS and ACE  
W.F.J. Evans, North West Research Associates, Redmond, WA
 P2.76Two new contrail detection methods for the compilation of a global climatology of contrail occurrence  extended abstract
David P. Duda, SSAI, Hampton, VA; and K. Khlopenkov and P. Minnis
 P2.77The impact of heterogeneous freezing on the microphysical properties and the radiative budget of orographic cirrus clouds  
Hanna Joos, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland; and P. Spichtinger and F. Fusina
 P2.78The impact of heterogeneous ice nuclei on cirrus cloud convection  
Peter Spichtinger, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland; and H. Joos and F. Fusina
 P2.79The role of heterogeneous freezing in cirrus formation: new model sensitivity studies  
Martina Krämer, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, Germany; and M. Hildebrandt
 P2.80Heterogeneous nucleation of ice particles on glassy aerosols under cirrus conditions  
Benjamin J. Murray, Univ. of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom; and T. W. Wilson, S. Dobbie, Z. Cui, S. M. R. K. Al-Jumur, O. Möhler, M. Schnaiter, R. Wagner, S. Benz, M. Niemand, H. Saathoff, V. Ebert, S. Wagner, and B. Kärcher
 P2.81Is it radiation or precipitation that drives mammatus cloud development in cirrus anvils?  
Timothy J. Garrett, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and C. T. Schmidt and C. Cornet
 P2.82Global simulations of thin cirrus in the TTL with sectional ice microphysics  
Charles G. Bardeen, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and A. Gettelman, E. J. Jensen, A. J. Heymsfield, and J. R. Taylor
 P2.83Simulating convective and stratiform structures observed during the TWP-ICE campaign active monsoon period  
Agnieszka A. S. Mrowiec, NASA GISS / Columbia University, New York, NY; and A. M. Fridlind, A. S. Ackerman, J. P. Chaboureau, J. Fan, A. Hill, T. Jones, P. T. May, J. P. Pinty, C. Schumacher, A. C. Varble, and C. R. Williams
 P2.84A study of the interactions between the boundary layer and moist convection combining ARM observations, cloud-resolving and single-column model simulations of TWP-ICE  
Catherine Rio, NASA/GISS, New-York, NY; and A. M. Fridlind, A. S. Ackerman, A. A. Smith-Mrowiec, and A. D. Del Genio
 P2.85Heavy Precipitation in Eastern Carpathian and Microphysical Mechanisms of their Formation  extended abstract
Ganna Pirnach, Ukrainian Hydrometeorological Institute, Kyiv, Ukraine; and T. Belyi, V. Shpyg, and S. Dudar
 P2.86Microphysical Processes of a Heavily Precipitating Event in TiMREX  
Weixin Xu, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and E. J. Zipser
 P2.87Further study on the accumulation zones and hail growth in hailstorms  
Kailin Zheng, Nanjing University, Nanjing, JiangSu Province, China; and Z. Yang and B. Chen
 P2.88Research on the precipitation micro-physics structure of Typhoon " Morakot "  
Lei Chen, Nanjing University of Information Sceince & Technology, Nanjing, China; and B. Chen
 P2.89Enhanced ZDR signature above melting layer  extended abstract
Jelena Andric, CIMMS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and D. S. Zrnic, J. M. Straka, and V. M. Melnikov
 P2.90Mysteries of the last minutes of rain drops: slopes of maximum radar reflectivity profiles below freezing level in precipitation systems  
Chuntao Liu, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and E. Zipser
 Poster P2.91 has been moved. New Poster number P1.85  
 P2.92Using Cloud Fraction and Condensate Decorrelation Lengths to Reproduce Cloud Field Statistics  
Lazaros Oreopoulos, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and P. Norris
 P2.93Investigating the effects of air-mass history on cloud-aerosol interactions in different cloud regimes using AHSRL, CALIPSO, and trajectory cluster analysis  
Richard D. Hildner, University of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, WI; and G. J. Tripoli and E. W. Eloranta
 P2.94Maximum likelihood estimation of gamma parameters for coarsely-binned and left-truncated raindrop size data  extended abstract
Roger W. Johnson, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD; and D. V. Kliche and P. L. Smith

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