• Jylhä, K., 1999: Relationship between the scavenging coefficient for pollutants in precipitation and the radar reflectivity factor. Part I: Derivation. J. Appl. Meteor.,38, 1421–1434.

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    Fig. D1. The factors κg1, κg2, and κn as a function of the radar reflectivity Z in (a) rain and (b) snow. In accordance with the alternative dependencies of the fall speed on the ice particle diameter (Table 1), two curves, labeled 1 and 2, are shown in (b) for κg2 and κn

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Corresponding author address: Dr. Kirsti Jylhä, Finnish Meteorological Institute, P.O. Box 503 (Vuorikatu 15), Helsinki FIN-00101, Finland.

kirsti.jylha@fmi.fi

Corresponding author address: Dr. Kirsti Jylhä, Finnish Meteorological Institute, P.O. Box 503 (Vuorikatu 15), Helsinki FIN-00101, Finland.

kirsti.jylha@fmi.fi

Several corrections are necessary to Jylhä (1999). First, the last two lines of Table 1 should have appeared as follows:
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Second, on p. 1425, right column, the first sentence after Eq. (12c) should have appeared as follows:

Combining (12a) and (12b) with (12c) and substituting the resulting N0Z and λ–Z relationships into (8) and (9), the snow scavenging coefficient can be obtained as a function of Z.

Last, an incorrect version of Fig. D1 was published. The corrected figure is shown below.

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Jylhä, K., 1999: Relationship between the scavenging coefficient for pollutants in precipitation and the radar reflectivity factor. Part I: Derivation. J. Appl. Meteor.,38, 1421–1434.

i1520-0450-40-4-850-fa01

Fig. D1. The factors κg1, κg2, and κn as a function of the radar reflectivity Z in (a) rain and (b) snow. In accordance with the alternative dependencies of the fall speed on the ice particle diameter (Table 1), two curves, labeled 1 and 2, are shown in (b) for κg2 and κn

Citation: Journal of Applied Meteorology 40, 4; 10.1175/1520-0450(2001)040<0850:C>2.0.CO;2

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