Wednesday, February 21, 2007, 4:00 pm — Berkner Hall Auditorium
Including aerosols, clouds and precipitation, particles in the atmosphere interact with one another and affect the Earthï¿½s climate through a myriad of complex processes acting over a wide range of scales — from the sub-micrometer to the global scale of over 10,000 kilometers. Looking at these phenomena from microscopic through macroscopic points of view, this lecture will examine aerosols-clouds-climate interactions, address the indirect impact of anthropogenic aerosol particles on the Earthï¿½s climate by altering properties of cloud and precipitation, and explore important feedback mechanisms helping to shape the Earthï¿½s climate.
Hosted by: Fulvia Pilat and Brant Johnson
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