Model output from "A model intercomparison of CCN-limited tenuous clouds in the high Arctic"
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Model output from "A model intercomparison of CCN-limited tenuous clouds in the high Arctic", accepted for publication in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2018, same authors. The intercomparison includes output from three large-eddy simulation models (UCLALES-SALSA, MIMICA, and COSMO-LES) and three numerical weather prediction models (COSMO-NWP, WRF, and UM-CASIM) for a case study of high-Arctic tenuous cloud based on observations from the 2008 Arctic Summer Cloud Ocean Study (ASCOS) campaign. See publication for details. The discussion preprint for peer review can be found at https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-2017-1128.