Articles | Volume 14, issue 24
Research article
19 Dec 2014
Research article |  | 19 Dec 2014

A global process-based study of marine CCN trends and variability

E. M. Dunne, S. Mikkonen, H. Kokkola, and H. Korhonen


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Short summary
Marine clouds have a strong effect on the Earth's radiative balance. One proposed climate feedback is that, in a warming climate, marine aerosol emissions will change due to changing wind speeds. We have examined the processes that affect aerosol emissions and removal over 15 years, and high-temporal-resolution output over 2 months. We conclude that wind trends are unlikely to cause a strong feedback in marine regions, but changes in removal processes or transport from continental regions may.
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