CalNex cloud properties retrieved from a ship-based spectrometer and comparisons with satellite and aircraft retrieved cloud properties

The CalNex campaign was an air quality and climate change study conducted over inland southern California and the California coastal regions of the Pacific Ocean during May and June of 2010. The main focus of this multiagency (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the California Air Resources Board, and the California Energy Commission) experiment was to better understand issues related to the interactions between air quality and climate change.

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