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Feimin Zhang and Zhaoxia Pu

general, ice fog forms through a complex interplay among surface radiative cooling, turbulent mixing in the surface layer, aerosol growth by deliquescence, activation of fog droplets related to the microphysical properties of crystals ( Gultepe et al. 2017a , b ), and mesoscale and microscale variations associated with changes in the landscape, etc. (e.g., snow cover). Because of the complexity of its formation, Gultepe et al. (2015) emphasized the difficulty of forecasting ice fog with numerical

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