While the measurements were still ongoing at Punta Arenas, we had a small 2-afternoon hybrid workshop for discussing current results and future collaborations. Meanwhile quite a few people are looking at the data for various projects.

To get an overview, I tried to sort them into the aerosol-cloud-dynamics-precipitation interaction chart.


During the workshop we were a bit surprised ourself, how many processes are already under investigation, covering aerosol in-situ characterization, cloud droplet formation, droplet freezing, cloud-dynamics interaction, Aeolus satellite cal/val, riming/aggregation, and their impact on surface precipitation.

So far, 6 peer-reviewed articles based on the DACAPO-PESO observations were published. Thee more are currently finalized. During the discussion on the second afternoon we identified half-a-dozen topics for further investigation.