Observations of the vertical structure of a stratus cloud and radiation fogs in relation to the mechanism of drizzle formation

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Okita, T.;

Observations of the vertical structure of radiation fogs and a stratus cloud were made by means of a rotary droplet sampler and other techniques. The results of the surveys of four radiation fogs and one stratus cloud are presented. It is found that the upper part of a ... View more
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