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A bispectral method for the height determination of optically thin ice cloudsPOLLINGER, W; WENDLING, P.Beiträge zur Physik der Atmosphäre. 1984, Vol 57, Num 2, pp 269-281, issn 0005-8173Article

Serendipity, scientific discovery, and Project Cirrus : Walter Orr Roberts lectureBLANCHARD, D. C.Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 1996, Vol 77, Num 6, pp 1279-1286, issn 0003-0007Article

Aviation-induced cirrus and radiation changes at diurnal timescalesSCHUMANN, Ulrich; GRAF, Kaspar.Journal of geophysical research. Atmospheres (Print). 2013, Vol 118, Num 5, pp 2404-2421, issn 2169-897X, 18 p.Article

The electrical structure of snow clouds. I: Relationship to their precipitation-physical propertiesMAGONO, C; ENDOH, T; SHIGENO, T et al.Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. 1983, Vol 61, Num 3, pp 325-338, issn 0026-1165Article

A parameterization of the particle size spectrum of ice clouds in terms of the ambient temperature and the ice water contentHEYMSFIELD, A. J; PLATT, C. M. R.Journal of the atmospheric sciences. 1984, Vol 41, Num 5, pp 846-855, issn 0022-4928Article

WATER, O2, AND ICE IN MOLECULAR CLOUDSHOLLENBACH, David; KAUFMAN, Michael J; BERGIN, Edwin A et al.The Astrophysical journal. 2009, Vol 690, Num 2, pp 1497-1521, issn 0004-637X, 25 p., 1Article

A climatological view of HNO3 partitioning in cirrus cloudsKRÄMER, M; SCHILLER, C; VOIGT, C et al.Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 2008, Vol 134, Num 633B, pp 905-912, issn 0035-9009, 8 p.Article

SOME MICROPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF AN ICE CLOUD FROM LIDAR OBSERVATION OF HORIZONTALLY ORIENTED CRYSTALSPLATT CMR; ABSHIRE NL; MCNICE GT et al.1978; J. APPL. METEOROL.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 17; NO 8; PP. 1220-1224; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

Dehydration potential of ultrathin clouds at the tropical tropopauseLUO, B. P; PETER, T; THOMAS, A et al.Geophysical research letters. 2003, Vol 30, Num 11, pp 11.1-11.4, issn 0094-8276Article

Range errors in global positioning system during ice cloud and snowfall periodsTRANQUILLA, J. M; AL-RIZZO, H. M.IEEE transactions on antennas and propagation. 1994, Vol 42, Num 2, pp 157-165, issn 0018-926XArticle

The electrical structure of snow clouds. II: Vertical distribution of precipitation chargeMAGONO, C; SAKAMOTO, H; ENDOH, T et al.Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. 1984, Vol 62, Num 2, pp 323-334, issn 0026-1165Article

Improved Representation of Ice Particle Masses Based on Observations in Natural CloudsHEYMSFIELD, Andrew J; SCHMITT, Carl; BANSEMER, Aaron et al.Journal of the atmospheric sciences. 2010, Vol 67, Num 10, pp 3303-3318, issn 0022-4928, 16 p.Article

SAM II measurements of Antarctic PSC's and aerosolsMCCORMICK, M. P; TREPTE, C. R.Geophysical research letters. 1986, Vol 13, Num 12, pp 1276-1279, issn 0094-8276Article

The quasi-liquid film on ice. Evidence from, and implications for contact charging eventsTURNER, G. J; STOW, C. D.Philosophical magazine. A. Physics of condensed matter. Defects and mechanical properties. 1984, Vol 49, Num 4, pp L25-L30, issn 0141-8610Article

Observation of snow crystals in the lower atmosphere of Arctic Canada by means `snow crystal sondes `KAJIKAWA, M; KIKUCHI, K; ENDOH, T et al.Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. 1983, Vol 61, Num 3, pp 388-401, issn 0026-1165Article

Opacity of the Martian atmosphere from the Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter (MOLA) observations : Mars orbiting laser altimeter (MOLA): First results from MarsIVANOV, A. B; MUHLEMAN, D. O.Geophysical research letters. 1998, Vol 25, Num 24, pp 4417-4420, issn 0094-8276Article

Etudes de cas de nuages glacés à l'aide de sondes de cristaux de neigeIRIKAWA, S; ENDOH, T; YAMADA, T et al.Teion Kagaku, Butsuri-Hen. 1984, Vol 43, pp 101-112, issn 0439-3538Article

The electrical field alignment of ice particles in thunderstormsWEINHEIMER, A. J; FEW, A. A.JGR. Journal of geophysical research. Part D, Atmospheres. 1987, Vol 92, Num 12, pp 833-844Article

Characteristics of polar stratospheric clouds during the formation of the Antarctic ozone holeHAMILL, P; TOON, O. B; TURCO, R. P et al.Geophysical research letters. 1986, Vol 13, Num 12, pp 1288-1291, issn 0094-8276Article

Optical properties of aerosols and clouds : The software package OPACHESS, M; KOEPKE, P; SCHULT, I et al.Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 1998, Vol 79, Num 5, pp 831-845, issn 0003-0007Article

Cloud-radiation feedbacks in a general circulation model and their dependence on cloud modelling assumptionsZHAO-XIN LI; LE TREUT, H.Climate dynamics. 1992, Vol 7, Num 3, pp 133-139, issn 0930-7575Article

Characteristics of Arctic polar stratospheric clouds as measured by airborne lidarKENT, G. S; POOLE, L. R; MCCORMICK, M. P et al.Journal of the atmospheric sciences. 1986, Vol 43, Num 20, pp 2149-2161, issn 0022-4928Article

Transfer of solar radiation in optically anisotropic ice cloudsASANO, S.Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. 1983, Vol 61, Num 3, pp 402-413, issn 0026-1165Article

THE SOLAR RADIATIVE PROPERTIES OF ICE CLOUDSWELCH RM; COX SK.1980; METEOROL. MONOGR.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 17; NO 39; PP. 43-65Article

LABORATORY MEASUREMENTS OF RADIATIVE PROPERTIES OF ICE CLOUDS IN THE SPECTRAL REGION FROM 200-30 CM - 1.NASH J; HUNG GE; MCCLEESE DJ et al.1977; IN: RADIAT. ATMOS. INT. SYMP.; GARMISCHEN-PARTENKIRSCHEN; 1976; PRINCETON; SCIENCE PRESS; DA. 1977; PP. 232-234; BIBL. 3 REF.Conference Paper

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