Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres

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Associated Title(s): Journal of Geophysical Research

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  • Antarctic map displaying the study sites

    Antarctic map displaying the study sites

    Antarctic map displaying the study sites.

  • Examples of the modeled snowflakes as viewed at 90◦ elevation angle

    Examples of the modeled snowflakes as viewed at 90◦ elevation angle

    Examples of the modeled snowflakes as viewed at 90° elevation angle. (top to bottom) The crystal types are hexagonal column, hexagonal plate, needle, ordinary dendrite, fern-like dendrite, six-bullet rosette, and lump graupel. The number of crystals in an aggregate is shown on the upper right corner, while for the lump graupels, it shows the total number of iterations. The average size for each type is also shown at the bottom.

  • Integration domain and topography (m)

    Integration domain and topography (m)

    Integration domain and topography (m). The convection-parameterizing simulation with 12 km resolution (CPM12) covers the whole domain shown, and the convection-resolving simulation with 2.2 km resolution (CRM2) covers the subdomain shown by the black box.

  • The laser and field of view geometry of the LAS satellite system

    The laser and field of view geometry of the LAS satellite system

    The laser and field of view geometry of the LAS satellite system.

  • Meteoroid’s glowing track

    Meteoroid’s glowing track

    Photo of the meteoroid's glowing track (http://www.astronomy.ru/forum/index.php/topic,104335.1200.html, 130215113422_meteor2_976x549_alrxandertumashov.jpg).

  • Distribution of CIMEL Sun photometer sites

    Distribution of CIMEL Sun photometer sites

    Distribution of CIMEL Sun photometer sites during DRAGON-MD (profile sites in red).

  • Annual mean [BC] at Kevo for 1965–2010

    Annual mean [BC] at Kevo for 1965–2010

    Annual mean [BC] at Kevo for 1965–2010. Bars show 25th and 75th percentile ranges; horizontal lines are medians and diamonds are means. Trend line is 3 years running mean starting in 1970 as earlier data may have local wood burning component. Insert shows 1989 until 2010 on an expanded scale with data from Alert, Canada (solid triangles, from Figure b [Gong et al., ]), and Ny Ålesund (Svalbard, Norway). Solid squares are from Husain et al. [], while the open squares are from Eleftheriadis et al. [].

  • Antarctic map displaying the study sites
  • Examples of the modeled snowflakes as viewed at 90◦ elevation angle
  • Integration domain and topography (m)
  • The laser and field of view geometry of the LAS satellite system
  • Meteoroid’s glowing track
  • Distribution of CIMEL Sun photometer sites
  • Annual mean [BC] at Kevo for 1965–2010

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