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Title: Lidar Ice nuclei estimates and how they relate with airborne in-situ measurements
Authors: Marinou, Eleni 
Amiridis, Vassilis 
Ansmann, Albert 
Nenes, Athanasios 
Balis, Dimitris 
Schrod, Jann 
Binietoglou, Ioannis 
Mamali, Dimitra 
Engelmann, Ronny 
Baars, Holger 
Kottas, Michael 
Proestakis, Emmanouil 
Kokkalis, Panagiotis 
Goloub, Philippe 
Cvetkovic, Bojan 
Nichovic, Slobodan 
Mamouri, Rodanthi-Elisavet 
Pikridas, Michael 
Stavroulas, Iasonas 
Keleshis, Christos 
Sciare, Jean 
Keywords: Ice nucleating particle;Aerosols;Lidar
Category: Earth and Related Environmental Sciences
Field: Natural Sciences
Issue Date: 13-Apr-2018
Publisher: EDP Sciences
Source: EPJ Web of Conferences, 2018, Volume 176, Article number 05018
Abstract: By means of available ice nucleating particle (INP) parameterization schemes we compute profiles of dust INP number concentration utilizing Polly-XT and CALIPSO lidar observations during the INUIT-BACCHUS-ACTRIS 2016 campaign. The polarization-lidar photometer networking (POLIPHON) method is used to separate dust and non-dust aerosol backscatter, extinction, mass concentration, particle number concentration (for particles with radius > 250 nm) and surface area concentration. The INP final products are compared with aerosol samples collected from unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and analyzed using the ice nucleus counter FRIDGE.
ISSN: 21016275
Rights: © The Authors
Type: Article
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