A-Train Lille Symposium 2007 “Bringing together A-Train observations and modelling to understand aerosols and clouds”

The “A-Train Lille Symposium 2007” will be held in Lille – Grand-Palais, October 22-25, 2007. The symposium aims at providing a forum focused on characterization of cloud and aerosol properties, their representation in models, and related processes such as cloud-aerosols interactions and their effect on radiation. The “A-train observatory”, set up by NASA and CNES, includes an unprecedented set of five satellites, flying along the same track and observing the aerosol-cloud system with complementing sensors.

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