Member Since 2003
Armin Sorooshian
Professor, University of Arizona
Professional Experience
University of Arizona
Professor
2009 - Present
Education
California Institute of Technology
Doctorate
Honors & Awards
Union Fellow
Received 2023
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Joanne Simpson Medal
Received 2023
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Ascent Award
Received 2019
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Publications
Process Modeling of Aerosol‐Cloud Interaction in Summertime Precipitating Shallow Cumulus Over the W...

Process modeling of Aerosol‐cloud interaction (ACI) is essential to bridging gaps between observational analysis and climate modeling of aero...

March 26, 2024
AGU Abstracts
Vertical Profiles of Absorbing Aerosols in a Remote Marine Environment: Airborne Observations over Bermuda during NASA ACTIVATE
LIGHT-ABSORBING CARBON AEROSOLS: OBSERVATIONS, MODELS, PROCESSES, AND IMPACTS II POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 15 december 2023
Luke D. Ziemba, Yonghoon Choi, Ewan Crosbie, Joshu...
Direct climate effects of ambient aerosols depend on particle optical properties, the vertical profile of the particles, and the underlying surface al...
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A New Method to Derive Vertical Profiles of Extinction in Warm Clouds from lidar and combined Droplet Number Concentration at Cloud Top Using Airborne Lidar and Polarimeter Measurements.
BOUNDARY LAYER CLOUDS AND CLIMATE CHANGE II POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 14 december 2023
Johnathan W. Hair, Brian Cairns, Chris A. Hostetle...
We present a new method to derive profiles of extinction from a lidar which is then combined with polarimeter measurements to derive cloud droplet num...
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Investigating Variability in Observed Aerosol-Cloud Parameters Using an Autoencoder
BOUNDARY LAYER CLOUDS AND CLIMATE CHANGE II POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 14 december 2023
Kayley Butler, Sam J. Silva, Yonghoon Choi, Ewan C...
Aerosol-cloud interactions contribute significant uncertainty to climate forcing. Here, we attempt to reduce this uncertainty through analysis of comp...
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