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Zhaoyan Liu, Mark Vaughan, David Winker, Chieko Kittaka, Brian Getzewich, Ralph Kuehn, Ali Omar, Kathleen Powell, Charles Trepte, and Chris Hostetler

crystals. This class includes all commonly defined aerosol types (maritime, continental, dust, and smoke) ( OmarSI ). The cloud class is defined as an air mass containing any activated water droplets and/or ice crystals. All normally defined clouds (high-, middle-. and low-cloud families) are included in the cloud class. (b) Based on the definition above, a mixed layer of cloud and aerosol that is erroneously identified as a single layer by the CALIOP feature finder is classified as a cloud. (c) Fogs

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