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Solid Aerosols Found in Arctic Atmosphere Could Impact Cloud Formation and Climate

March 28, 2022

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Solid Aerosols Found In Arctic Atmosphere Could Impact Cloud Formation And Climate Arctic Summer
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Presented by Michigan News

A recent study by U-M researchers found solid aerosols in the Arctic atmosphere, indicating a potential change in cloud formation. Kerri Pratt and Andrew Ault, aerosol scientists from the University of Michigan, discuss their study and findings, highlighting links to cloud formation and climate change. Pratt and Ault explore the importance of understanding the characteristics of aerosols in the atmosphere and how that can improve the ability of climate models to predict current and future climate in the Arctic and beyond.

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