Advances in Meteorology / 2019 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Differences in Cloud Vertical Structures between the Tibetan Plateau and Eastern China Plains during Rainy Season as Measured by CloudSat/CALIPSO

Table 2

Average thickness of cloud layers of single-layered and multilayered clouds (km).

RegionSingle-layeredTwo-layeredThree-layered
FLSLFLSLTL

TP3.24 ± 2.352.02 ± 1.622.13 ± 1.491.56 ± 1.221.56 ± 1.111.79 ± 1.18
ECP3.84 ± 3.552.20 ± 2.322.37 ± 1.761.59 ± 1.761.59 ± 1.191.87 ± 1.27

Statistical results are expressed as mean ± variance. The FL, SL, and TL mean the first, second, and third cloud layer from surface to upper.

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