Advances in Meteorology / 2019 / Article / Fig 6

Research Article

Comparison of Simulations of Updraft Mass Fluxes and Their Response to Increasing Aerosol Concentration between a Bin Scheme and a Bulk Scheme in a Deep-Convective Cloud System

Figure 6

(a) Vertical distributions of the time- and domain-averaged updraft mass fluxes for the standard runs, the control-BULK-g run, the 10M-BULK-g run, the control-BULK-s run, and the 10M-BULK-s run. (b) Vertical distributions of the time- and domain-averaged snow mass density for the 10M-BULK run and the 10M-BIN run. (c) Vertical distributions of the time- and domain-averaged updraft mass fluxes for the standard runs, the control-BIN-g run, the 10M-BIN-g run, the control-BIN-s run, and the 10M-BIN-s run. (d) Vertical distributions of the time- and domain-averaged updraft mass fluxes for the standard runs, the control-BULK-no-ice-lt run, and the 10M-BULK-no-ice-lt run.
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