submitted Publications

Submitted Publications currently under review by (AC)³ scientists published within the framework of (AC)³ are listed below.

2019

Gierens, R., S. Kneifel, M.D. Shupe, K. Ebell, M. Maturilli, and U. Löhnert, 2019: Low-level mixed-phase clouds in a complex Arctic environment, submitted to Atmos. Chem. Phys.

Kecorius, S., T. Vogl, P. Paasonen, J. Lampilahti, D. Rothenberg, H. Wex, S. Zeppenfeld, M. van Pinxteren, M. Hartmann, S. Henning, X. Gong, A. Welti, M. Kulmala, F. Stratmann, H. Herrmann, and A. Wiedensohler, 2019: New particle formation and its effect on CCN abundance in the summer Arctic: a case study during PS106 cruise, submitted to Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss.

Pohl, C., V. Rozanov, M. Wendisch, L. Istomina, G. Spreen, and G. Heygster, 2019: Impact of near-field effect on the simulated bidirectional reflectance factor and albedo of snow using radiative transfer model SCIATRAN, submitted to J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer

Triana Gómez, A., G. Heygster, C. Melsheimer, and G. Spreen: Improved Water Vapour retrieval from AMSU-B/MHS in polar regions, submitted to Atmos. Meas. Tech. Discuss.

Stapf, J., A. Ehrlich, E. Jäkel, C. Lüpkes, and M. Wendisch, 2019: Reassessment of the common concept to derive the surface cloud radiative forcing in the Arctic: Consideration of surface albedo – cloud interactions, submitted to Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss.

Akperov, M., A. Rinke, and 21 coauthors, 2019: Future projections of cyclone activity in the Arctic for the 21st century from regional climate models (Arctic-CORDEX), submitted to Glob. Planet. Change

Lauer, M., K. Block, M. Salzmann, and J. Quaas, 2019: CO2-forced changes of Arctic temperature lapse-rates in CMIP5 models, submitted to Met. Z.

Block, K., F. Schneider, J. Mülmenstädt, M. Salzmann, and J. Quaas, 2019: Climate models disagree on the sign of total radiative feedback in the Arctic, submitted to Tellus A

A. Ding, Z. Jiao, Y. Dong, X. Zhang, J.I. Peltoniemi, L. Mei, J. Guo, S. Yin, L. Cui, Y. Chang, and R. Xie, 2019: Evaluation of the Snow Albedo Retrieved from the Snow Kernel Improved Ross-Roujean BRDF Model, submitted to Remote Sensing

Ebell, K., T. Nomokonova, M. Maturilli, C. Ritter, 2019: Radiative effect of clouds at Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard, as inferred from ground-based remote sensing observations, submitted to J. Appl. Meteorol. Climatol., 2 April 2019

Sun, B., E. Jäkel, M. Schäfer, and M. Wendisch, 2019: A Biased Sampling Approach to Accelerate Backward Monte Carlo Atmospheric Radiative Transfer Simulations and its Application to Arctic Heterogeneous Cloud and Surface Conditions, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer, submitted 04 January 2019

2018

2017