August 5, 2023 | ZeroGeoengineering.com |Researchers affiliated with the University of Maryland College Park, College Park, United States, analyzed aerosol effects related to lightning and reported findings in their 2021 paper titled, “Detection of the Aerosol Effect on Lightning based on Ground and Satellite Measurements over the Southern Great Plains during Summer.”
The study states: “Aerosols serve as cloud condensation nuclei (CCN). Thus, increases in aerosol loading create more but smaller cloud droplets that can rise to higher altitudes, leading to suppression of warm rain and invigoration of deep convection. As a consequence, increases in aerosols may induce/enhance lightning, a characteristic of the aerosol effect on a deep convective cloud system.”
A related study titled, “Distinct aerosol effects on cloud-to-ground lightning in the plateau and basin regions of Sichuan, Southwest China,” reported similarly on the effect of aerosol suppressing rain as well as acknowledging that “Sulfate aerosols are found to be more strongly associated with lightning.”
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Detection of the Aerosol Effect on Lightning based on Ground and Satellite Measurements over the Southern Great Plains during Summer; Shan, Siyu; Allen, Dale; Li, Zhanqing; Pickering, Kenneth.
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This research has made use of NASA’s Astrophysics Data System.
P. Zhao et al.: Distinct aerosol effects on CG lightning in Sichuan Province, China
“Sulfate aerosols are found to be more strongly associated with lightning than total aerosols, so this study focuses on the role of sulfate aerosols in lightning activity.”
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