Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres

Correction to “Linking snowflake microstructure to multi-frequency radar observations”

Authors

  • J. Leinonen,

  • D. Moisseev,

  • T. Nousiainen

Errata

This article corrects:

  1. Linking snowflake microstructure to multi-frequency radar observations Volume 118, Issue 8, 3259–3270, Article first published online: 19 April 2013

[1] In “Linking snowflake microstructure to multi-frequency radar observations” (Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 118, 3259–3270, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50163, 2013), Figures 7, 8, and 9 were inadvertently placed out of order in the production process. The figures are republished here with their correct captions. The publisher regrets the error.

Figure 7.

As Figure 3, but showing a Gaussian estimate that was derived from the simulated measurements at C and Ku bands (red dashed line). The data are from the data set PMIX.

Figure 8.

A comparison of the average backscattering cross sections of two particle data sets, as given by different scattering models. Thick gray line: as determined from the generated data using the RGA; dashed red line: estimate using the model of (10); dotted black line: from equivalent Mie spheres (see section 3.5); purple line: from equivalent dual-layered Mie spheres; black crosses: from the DDA at selected frequencies. (a) For the generated snowflakes of data set M50. (b) As Figure 8a, but for a subset of the data set P100.

Figure 9.

As Figure 3, but for the data set M5.

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