• Resurgence in Ice Nuclei Measurement Research 

        Author(s):De Mott, P. J.; Möhler, O.; Stetzer, O.; Vali, Gabor; Vali, G.; Levin, Z.; Petters, M. D.; Murakami, M.; Leisner, T.; Bundke, U.; Klein, H.; Kanji, Z. A.; Cotton, R.; Jones, Hazel; Benz, S.; Brinkmann, M.; Rzesanke, D.; Saathoff, H.; Nicolet, M.; Saito, A.; Nillius, B.; Bingemer, H.; Abbatt, J.; Ardon, K.; Ganor, E.; Georgakopoulos, D. G.; Saunders, C.; De Mott, P. J.; Möhler, O.; Stetzer, O.; Vali, Gabor; Vali, G.; Levin, Z.; Petters, M. D.; Murakami, M.; Leisner, T.; Bundke, U.; Klein, H.; Kanji, Z. A.; Cotton, R.; Jones, Hazel; Benz, S.; Brinkmann, M.; Rzesanke, D.; Saathoff, H.; Nicolet, M.; Saito, A.; Nillius, B.; Bingemer, H.; Abbatt, J.; Ardon, K.; Ganor, E.; Georgakopoulos, D. G.; Saunders, C.
        Date:2011-12-01
        The accuracy and precision of current ice nuclei (IN) instruments is reported and progress made toward addressing apparent shortfalls in past ice nuclei measurements is studied. Most new IN instruments can measure at ...