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Rosenfeld fluxes. Therefore, the roles of radiative and latent heating in the climate system are of similar magnitudes. These facts have been well known for a long time. The need for a better documentation of the way the latent heating of the atmosphere propels the global circulation has been the main motivation for launching the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite in late 1997. So, why have we not considered until now “latent heat forcing” in relation to climate change, in parallel with the “radiative heating forcing”?
The small size of the drops in the polluted clouds slows their conversion into rainfall. ) Pollution can also affect the growth of droplets that form through the ice phase. The reason is that polluted clouds have lots of tiny droplets, which freeze more slowly at sub-zero temperatures than the larger drops found in clean clouds. Droplets that are smaller than 30 µm tend to remain in a supercooled liquid state until about –25oC and even down to a chilly –38oC if the cloud contains very small droplets in vigorously ascending air currents (Rosenfeld and Woodley 2000).
And C. W. Ulbrich, 2003: Cloud microphysical properties, processes, and rainfall estimation opportunities. Chapter 10 of “Radar and Atmospheric Science: A Collection of Essays in Honor of David Atlas”. R. M. Wakimoto and R. , AMS, Meteorological Monographs, 52, 237–258. Rosenfeld, D. and W. L. 5oC. Nature, 405, 440–442. Rosenfeld, D. and W. L. Woodley, 2001: Pollution and Clouds. Physics World, Institute of Physics Publishing LTD, Dirac House, Temple Back, Bristol BS1 6BE, UK, 33–37. Rosenfeld, D.