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    Evaluating uncertainty in convective cloud microphysics using statistical emulation

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    Volume 7, Issue 1, March 2015, Pages: 162–187, J. S. Johnson, Z. Cui, L. A. Lee, J. P. Gosling, A. M. Blyth and K. S. Carslaw

    Article first published online : 11 FEB 2015, DOI: 10.1002/2014MS000383

  2. Aircraft measurements of ice in Florida cumuli

    Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society

    Volume 104, Issue 441, July 1978, Pages: 631–651, John Hallett, Robert I. Sax, Dennis Lamb and A. S. Ramachandra Murty

    Article first published online : 15 DEC 2006, DOI: 10.1002/qj.49710444108

  3. Development of ice and precipitation in New Mexican summertime cumulus clouds

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    Volume 119, Issue 509, January 1993 Part A, Pages: 91–120, Alan M. Blyth and John Latham

    Article first published online : 15 DEC 2006, DOI: 10.1002/qj.49711950905

  4. Mechanistic limitations to the release of latent heat during the natural and artificial glaciation of deep convective clouds

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    Volume 107, Issue 454, October 1981, Pages: 935–954, Dennis Lamb, John Hallett and R. I. Sax

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  5. Comparisons between S-, C- and X-band polarimetric radar observations and convective-scale simulations of the HyMeX first special observing period

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    C. Augros, O. Caumont, V. Ducrocq, N. Gaussiat and P. Tabary

    Article first published online : 14 JUL 2015, DOI: 10.1002/qj.2572

  6. A model evaluation of noninductive graupel-ice charging in the early electrification of a mountain thunderstorm

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    Volume 96, Issue D7, 20 July 1991, Pages: 12833–12855, Conrad L. Ziegler, Donald R. MacGorman, James E. Dye, Peter S. Ray

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  7. Rime and graupel: Description and characterization as revealed by low-temperature scanning electron microscopy

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    Volume 25, Issue 3, May/June 2003, Pages: 121–131, Albert Rango, James Foster, Edward G. Josberger, Eric F. Erbe, William P. Wergin and Christopher Pooley

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  8. Distribution of ice particles in wintertime thunderclouds detected by a C band dual polarization radar: A case study

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    Volume 98, Issue D9, 20 September 1993, Pages: 16613–16622, Yasuyuki Maekawa, Shoichiro Fukao, Yasuo Sonoi, Fumio Yoshino

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  9. Microphysical development of a pulsating cumulus tower: A case study

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    Volume 107, Issue 453, July 1981, Pages: 679–697, Vernon W. Keller and Robert I. Sax

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  10. Ice particle concentrations and precipitation development in small polar maritime cumuliform clouds

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    Volume 117, Issue 497, January 1991 Part A, Pages: 207–241, Arthur L. Rangno and Peter V. Hobbs

    Article first published online : 15 DEC 2006, DOI: 10.1002/qj.49711749710

  11. Expression of MAC30 protein is related to survival and clinicopathological variables in breast cancer

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    Volume 107, Issue 5, 1 April 2013, Pages: 456–462, Min Xiao, Huiyan Li, Shanshan Yang, Yuanxi Huang, Shusheng Jia, Hongbin Wang, Jinsong Wang and Zhigao Li

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    The role of precipitation size distributions in km-scale NWP simulations of intense precipitation: evaluation of cloud properties and surface precipitation

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    Volume 138, Issue 669, October 2012 Part B, Pages: 2163–2181, Kwinten Van Weverberg, Nicole P.M van Lipzig, Laurent Delobbe and Andrew M. Vogelmann

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    A spatial shift of precipitation from the sea to the land caused by introducing submicron soluble aerosols: Numerical modeling

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    Volume 115, Issue D18, 27 September 2010, H. Noppel, A. Pokrovsky, B. Lynn, A. P. Khain and K. D. Beheng

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  14. Comment on “The effect of liquid water on thunderstorm charging” by C. P. R. Saunders et al.

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    Volume 98, Issue D6, 20 June 1993, Pages: 10819–10821, Earle Williams, Renyi Zhang

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  15. A wind tunnel investigation of the hydrodynamic behaviour of growing, freely falling graupel

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    Volume 104, Issue 439, January 1978, Pages: 179–187, J. C. Pflaum, J. J. Martin and H. R. Pruppacher

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    The production of warm rain in shallow maritime cumulus clouds

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    Volume 139, Issue 670, January 2013 Part A, Pages: 20–31, Alan M. Blyth, Jason H. Lowenstein, Yahui Huang, Zhiqiang Cui, Stewart Davies and Kenneth S. Carslaw

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  17. A numerical model for sulfur and nitrogen scavenging in narrow cold-frontal rainbands: 1. Model description and discussion of microphysical fields

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    Volume 91, Issue D13, 20 December 1986, Pages: 14385–14402, Steven A. Rutledge, Dean A. Hegg, Peter V. Hobbs

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  18. A laboratory study of secondary ice particle production by the fragmentation of rime and vapour-grown ice crystals

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    Volume 112, Issue 471, January 1986, Pages: 149–163, D. J. Griggs and T. W. Choularton

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  19. Graupel trajectories and charging: A new numerical approach for cloud electrification studies

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    Volume 124, Issue 548, April 1998 Part B, Pages: 1329–1341, S. Masuelli, M. A. Pulido, C. M. Scavuzzo and G. M. Caranti

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  20. Meteorological and electrical aspects of winter thunderclouds

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    Volume 99, Issue D5, 20 May 1994, Pages: 10713–10721, N. Kitagawa, K. Michimoto

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