Downward transport of ice forming Aerosols from the stratosphere
The possibility of association of the observed increases at the ground in the concentration of the ice-forming aerosols with the phenomenon of the stratospheric mass transport downwards has been investigated. The study, which is qualitative in nature, has indicated that transport downwards from the stratosphere of ice-forming aerosols is a strong possibility. It also suggested, by implication, that the stratosphere could be rich in ice nuclei.
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