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  List of Accepted Contributions - AS1.13 Aerosol-Precipitation Interactions (co-sponsored by iLEAPS)

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Sandu, I.; Geoffroy, O.; Brenguier, J.L
Impact of aerosols on the diurnal cycle of marine stratocumulus clouds

Geoffroy, O.; Sandu, I.; Brenguier, J.L.
Modeling of precipitation in boundary layer stratocumulus clouds and parameterization for general circulation models

Fabian, P.; Kohlpaintner, M.; Rollenbeck, R.
Biomass burning in the Amazon - fertilizer for the mountaineous rain forest in Ecuador

Kanji, Z.; Abbatt, J.P.D
Laboratory Studies of Ice Formation via Deposition Mode Nucleation onto Dust Samples

Krakovskaia, S.; Pirnach, A.
Numerical study dependence of cloud microphysics on ice crystal shapes and intensity of ice nucleation

Murray, B. J.; Knopf, D. A.; Bertram, A. K.
The formation of cubic ice under conditions relevant to Earth’s atmosphere

Roelofs, G.J.; Jongen, S.
Model simulations of the impact of aerosol characteristics on drizzle formation in warm cumulus cloud (withdrawn)

Lohmann, U.; Cheng, Y.; Zhang, J.; Luo, Y.; Liu, Z.; Lesins, G.
Contribution of changes in sea surface temperature and aerosol loading to the decreasing precipitation trend in Southern China

Kawamoto, K.
Relationships between satellite-derived cloud fields and precipitation

Behmoshe, N.; Khain, A.
Utilization of a precise method of calculation of supersaturation for simulation of droplet concentration and aerosol activation in highly polluted convective clouds

Khain, A.; Pokrovsky, A.; Rosenfeld, D.
Simulation of “green-ocean”, “smoky”- and pyro-clouds observed during SMOCC using a spectral microphysics cloud model

Lynn, B.; Khain, A.; Rosenfeld, D.
Effects of anthropogenic aerosols on spatial redistribution and amount of precipitation: simulations of rain events in Eastern Mediterranean and California coastal zones using a mesoscale spectral (bin) microphysics model

Rotstayn, L.
Treatment of autoconversion in climate models: implications for the second indirect aerosol effect

Henzing, J. ; van Velthoven, P.
Below-cloud scavenging: an efficient removal mechanism for super-micron aerosol particles.

Simmel, M.; Diehl, K. ; Wurzler, S.
Contact freezing for external Mixtures of different Ice Nuclei

Andronache, C.; Laakso, L.; Gronholm, T.; Phillips, V.
Aerosol particle scavenging during precipitation: Model results and estimations from field measurements

Zhang, C.
On Possible Effects of African Aerosol on the Atlantic ITCZ

Koren, I; Kaufman, Y.J; Rosenfeld, D; Remer, L.A; Rudich, Y
Cloud aerosol interaction - Propagation of aerosol effects from cloud microphysics to dynamics

Rosenfeld, D. ; Givati, A.
Suppression of winter orographic precipitation on a continental scale: documentation from surface, cloud physics aircraft and satellite measurements

Raga, G.; The PRACS Team
Aerosol particle characterization and removal by clouds and precipitation in Puerto Rico:Preliminary results from the Puerto Rico aerosol and cloud study

Heinrich, H.; Simmel, M.; Wurzler, S.
Numerical Examination of Interactions between insoluble Particles and tropospheric mixed-phase Clouds - first Results

Russell, L; Maria, S; Rivera, M; Twohy, C
Aerosol Removal by Scavenging in Rain and Clouds

Connolly, P.; Choularton, T.; Gallagher, M.; Bower, K.; Flynn, M.; Whiteway, J.
Formation of precipitation in intense tropical Hector thunderstorms

Frank, G.P.; Dusek, U.; Mayol-Bracero, O.L.; Soto-Garcia, L.L.; González-Martínez, S.; Allen, J.; Gysel, M.; Raga, G.; Baumgardner, D.; Andreae, M.O.
Cloud Condensation Nuclei Concentrations and Efficiencies of Tropical Marine Trade Wind Aerosols

Yin, Y.
The effect of CCN concentration and size distribution on cloud microphysical structure and precipitation

Paunova, I.; Leighton, H.
Explicit Simulation of Cloud Processing of Aerosol Using the MC2 Model

Roberts, G.C.; Mauger, G.; Lariviere, O. ; Wilcox, E.; Ramanathan, V.
Cloud condensation nuclei over the Eastern Pacific Ocean: A case study

Phillips, V.T.J; Sherwood, S.; Andronache, C.
Evidence of Some Impacts from the Electric Field on Thunderstorm Microphysical Development Simulated with an Explicit Microphysics Model

Wang, P.; Kittaka, C.
Troposphere-to-stratosphere transport of materials by convective storms

Garrett, T.; Avey, L. ; Palmer, P. ; Brock, C.; Neumann, A. ; de Goouw, J.; Ryerson, T.
Quantifying loss of CCN by wet scavenging processes during ITCT-2K4

Brenguier, J-L
The second aerosol indirect effect: LES simulations of boundary layer clouds. What is observable to support numerical simulations?

Krüger , O.; Devasthale, A.; Grassl, H.
Indirect aerosol effects derived from long-term satellite data

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