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Amount of Dust, Pollen Matters for Precipitation in Clouds, Climate Change, Colorado State University Atmospheric Scientists Reveal


June 7, 2010

Paul DeMott Atmospheric scientists at Colorado State University have discovered that an abundance of aerosol particles are needed to help form ice crystals in clouds, which can influence precipitation and climate change. Full Story

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