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Nonlin. Processes Geophys., 24, 535-542, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/npg-24-535-2017
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05 Sep 2017
On the CCN (de)activation nonlinearities
Sylwester Arabas and Shin-ichiro Shima

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The paper bridges cloud/aerosol modelling with bifurcation analysis. It identifies two nonlinear peculiarities in the differential equations describing formation of atmospheric clouds through vapour condensation on a population of aerosol particles. A key finding of the paper is an analytic estimate for the timescale of the process. The study emerged from discussions on the causes of hysteretic behaviour of the system that we observed in the results of numerical simulations.
The paper bridges cloud/aerosol modelling with bifurcation analysis. It identifies two nonlinear...
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