Articles | Volume 23, issue 13
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-23-7611-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-23-7611-2023
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12 Jul 2023
Research article |  | 12 Jul 2023

Investigating the vertical extent and short-wave radiative effects of the ice phase in Arctic summertime low-level clouds

Emma Järvinen, Franziska Nehlert, Guanglang Xu, Fritz Waitz, Guillaume Mioche, Regis Dupuy, Olivier Jourdan, and Martin Schnaiter

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The Arctic is warming faster than other regions. Arctic low-level mixed-phase clouds, where ice crystals and liquid droplets co-exist, are thought to have an important role in Arctic warming. Here we show airborne measurements of vertical distribution of liquid and ice particles and their relative abundance. Ice particles are found in relative warm clouds, which can be explained by multiplication of existing ice crystals. However, the role of ice particles in redistributing sun light is minimal.
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