Dynamics and Chemistry of Hydrometeors: Final Report of the Collaborative Research Centre 233 “Dynamik und Chemie der Meteore”

Dynamics and Chemistry of Hydrometeors: Final Report of the Collaborative Research Centre 233 “Dynamik und Chemie der Meteore”

Editor(s): Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)

Published Online: 11 DEC 2006

Print ISBN: 9783527277278

Online ISBN: 9783527609802

DOI: 10.1002/9783527609802

About this Book

"Dynamics and Chemistry of Hydrometeors" is the final Report of the Collaborative research Centre 233 "Dynamik und Chemie der Hydrometeore".
Hydrometeors are clouds, fogs and precipitation that is condensed liquid or solid water in the atmosphere. This includes the dissolved and not dissolved "impurities" in droplets, ice crystals, and snowflakes.
The report covers modelling of atmospheric cloud dynamics, field research of atmospheric multi-phase systems and laboratory research for reaction kinetics and the improvement chemical analysis.
The Research Centre proposes a base for modeling the role of cloud dynamics, micro-physical processes in forming and evaporating clouds, and for chemical reactions between gas phase, liquid phase, and aerosols.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: The Field Campaigns of the Collaborative Research Centre 233

    1. Chapter 3

      Instrumentation of the Do 128 D-IBUF for Airborne Measurements at Different Campaigns of the Collaborative Research Centre (pages 35–44)

      Jutta Brinkmann, Volker Dreiling, Berthold Friederich, Rolf Hankers, Sabine Matthias-Maser and Lothar Schütz

  2. Part II: Numerical Modelling, Cloud Condensation Nuclei, Wet Deposition, and Boundary Cloud Layers

  3. Part III: Experiments and Observations in Campaigns and Independent Separate Projects

    1. Chapter 11

      The Primary Biological Aerosol in a Multiphase System (pages 186–195)

      Sabine Matthias-Maser, Sabine Gruber, Berit Bogs and Ruprecht Jaenicke

    2. Chapter 12

      In-Situ Measurements of the Cloud Microphysical Structure Using Holography (pages 196–209)

      Stephan Borrmann, Hermann-Josef Vössing, Eva-Maria Uhlig and Ruprecht Jaenicke

    3. Chapter 15

      Particle Distribution, Composition, and Processing during Cloud, Fog, and Rain Cycles (pages 261–284)

      Jutta Brinkmann, Eva-Maria Hackenthal, Martina Krämer, Matthias Schüle, Lothar Schütz and Cornelia Sprengard-Eichel

    4. Chapter 16

      Cloud Condensation Nuclei (pages 285–297)

      Hans-Walter Georgii, Stefan Bürgermeister, Regina Staubes-Diederich, Bettina Schäfer, Peter Otto, Markus Rex and Heinz Bingemer

  4. Part IV: Laboratory Experiments

    1. Chapter 25

      Iron in the Atmosphere (pages 440–467)

      Peter Hoffmann, Anatolii Nikolai Dedik, Felix Deutsch, Martin Ebert, Martin Hein, Helmut Hofmann, Karl Heinrich Lieser, Hugo Manfred Ortner, Marina Schwanz, Thomas Sinner, Sigrid Weber, Matthias Weidenauer and Stefan Weinbruch

  5. Part V: Organization, Structure, Members and Participants of the Collaborative Research Centre 233