22nd June 2021

Net Zero

Morning Plenary

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

 

Room One

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

 

Room Two

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

 

Room Three

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

 

Afternoon Plenary

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

Professor Nathan Betts

Research Scientist, University of Life

Mixed-phase clouds play an important role in the correct determination of the Earth’s radiative balance but are not as well understood as warm clouds. It has been known for some time that turbulence is important in generating and sustaining mixed-phase clouds and here we present a simple model of a turbulent mixed-phase cloud by coupling a simple adiabatic mixed-phase cloud model with a Lagrangian stochastic model for the vertical velocity.

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