For instance it remains unclear how cloud microphysical and radiative properties change as the cirrus evolves. The main goal of this method is to enable the monitoring of the change of the cloud droplet size due to the change in the aerosol concentration. We use high-resolution measurements from a lidar, a radar and a radiometer, which allow us to collect and compare data continuously. Cirrus clouds impose high uncertainties on climate prediction, as knowledge on important processes is still incomplete. Jumping forward to 2007, the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 “Elephant” arrived on the scene as part of a “Zoo” pack. Despite being part of vastly different cultures, Nike and atmos found common ground to tell a coherent story which has lasted through the years. All data from each case study are divided into bins of the liquid water path (LWP), each 10вЂЇgвЂЇmв€’2 wide.
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Citation: Urbanek, B., Groß, S., Schäfler, A., and Wirth, M.: Determining stages of cirrus life-cycle evolution: A cloud classification scheme, Atmos. Thus the whole cirrus life-cycle can be traced. In a case study of a gravity lee wave influenced cirrus cloud, encountered during the ML-CIRRUS flight campaign, the applicability of our classification is demonstrated. This method is based on a standardised data format from Cloudnet and can be implemented at any observatory where the Cloudnet data set is available. Recent studies classify cirrus clouds into categories including «in situ», «orographic», «convective» and «liquid origin» clouds and investigate their specific impact. However, we note that the new retrieval introduces a small negative bias for AOD values less than 0.1 due to the ultra-sensitivity of the AOD retrieval to the surface parameterization under low atmospheric aerosol loadings.