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Comparison of ground-based 3-dimensional lightning mapping observations with satellite-based LIS observations in Oklahoma
Thermodynamic studies of single (NH sub(4)) sub(2)SO sub(4)/H sub(2)SO sub(4)/H sub(2)O-aerosols: Atmospheric relevance of letovicite
Feasibility of the cloud and aerosol models in the MODTRAN3.7 code for the estimation of global radiation budget
Spectral reflectance of melting snow in a high arctic watershed on Svalbard: some implications for optical satellite remote sensing studies
CART regression models for predicting UV radiation at the ground in the presence of cloud and other environmental factors
In this paper part of an investigation is described into risks for climate change which are presently not adequately covered in General Circulation Models. The investigation included the interaction with biogeochemical cycles, the effects of clouds and aerosols, ice flow instability, albedo instability and modified ocean circulation. In this paper our results for clouds and aerosols and for biogeochemical cycles are reported.