Experimental Study of Aerosol-Cloud Interactions using a 5-hole Probe with Remotly Piloted Aircraft

Abstract : Enhancements in Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) have increased their possible uses in many fields for the past two decades. For atmospheric research, ultra-light RPAS (<2.5kg) are now able to fly at altitudes greater than 3 km and even in cloud, which opens new opportunities to understand aerosol-cloud interactions. The European project BACCHUS (Impact of Biogenic versus Anthropogenic Emissions on Clouds and Climate: towards a Holistic Understanding) focuses on these specific interactions.
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Radiance Calmer, Greg Roberts, Kévin Sanchez, Keri Nicoll, Jana Preissler, et al.. Experimental Study of Aerosol-Cloud Interactions using a 5-hole Probe with Remotly Piloted Aircraft. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2016, Apr 2016, Vienne, Austria. pp.2016 - 7999. ⟨hal-02267447⟩

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