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Aerosol–Cloud–Meteorology Interaction Airborne Field Investigations: Using...

Sorooshian, A., B. Anderson, S. E. Bauer, R. A. A. Braun, B. Cairns, E. Crosbie, H. Dadashazar, G. S. Diskin, R. Ferrare, R. C. Flagan, J. Hair, C. Hostetler, H. Jonsson, M. Kleb, H. Liu, A. B. MacDonald, A. McComiskey, R. Moore, D. Painemal, L. M. Russell, J. H. Seinfeld, M. Shook, W. L. Smith, and K. Thornhill (2019), Aerosol–Cloud–Meteorology Interaction Airborne Field Investigations: Using Lessons Learned from the U.S. West Coast in the Design of ACTIVATE off the U.S. East Coast, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 1511-1528, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-18-0100.1.

Insights and limitations during 500+ flight hours with a single aircraft are used to motivate the dual-aircraft approach in ACTIVATE to study aerosol–cloud–meteorology interactions.

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