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Zhanqing Li finishes 10-year study, published in numerous journals

Zhanqing Li and his team recently published a ten year study that found that aerosols alter cloud density and the radiative balance of the atmosphere. Li’s paper examines the long-term impact of aerosols on the vertical development of clouds and rainfall frequencies, using a 10-year dataset of aerosol, cloud and meteorological variables collected in the Southern Great Plains in the United States.

The paper was published in Nature Geoscience Journal online here:
It will also be in the December print issue.

The paper was also featured in Science News:

And Science Daily:

The National Science Foundation cited the paper:

Discovery News




Pakistan Observer


(Related: See the “Featured-@-ESSIC” article on the Li-Led Study here.)

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