Session 10 Cirrus Clouds

Wednesday, 11 July 2018: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
Regency D (Hyatt Regency Vancouver)
Host: 15th Conference on Cloud Physics
Will Cantrell, Michigan Technological Univ., Physics/Atmospheric Sciences, Houghton, MI and Minghui Diao, San Jose State Univ., Meteorology and Climate Science, San Jose, CA

1:30 PM
Mid-Latitude and Arctic Cirrus Clouds: Analyzing Their Origins and Freezing Mechanisms By Means of the Large Scale Lagrangian Model CLaMS-Ice
Martina Krämer, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Juelich, Germany; and C. Rolf, A. Costa, J. U. Grooß, and P. Spichtinger
1:45 PM
Bridging the Gap Between Molecular and Mesoscopic Scales of Ice Microphysics
Steven P. Neshyba, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA; and J. Adams, K. M. Reed, P. M. Rowe, and I. Gladich
2:15 PM
Cirrus ≠ Cirrus: The Origin of Cirrus Clouds in the ECHAM-HAM Global Climate Model and CALIPSO/CloudSat Satellite Data
Blaz Gasparini, UW Seattle, Seattle, WA; and A. Meyer, D. Neubauer, S. Münch, and U. Lohmann
2:30 PM
The Relationship Between Thin Cirrus Properties and Dynamic Formation Mechanism
John E. Yorks, NASA, Greenbelt, MD; and M. J. McGill, S. Ozog, B. van Diendenhoven, B. Cairns, J. Campbell, and M. A. Avery
2:45 PM
Estimates of Variable Deposition Coefficients and Ice Crystal Growth Transitions Inferred from Laboratory Measurements of Vapor-Grown Ice Crystals
Gwenore Pokrifka, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA; and M. Hanson, J. Y. Harrington, and A. M. Moyle
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