His primary areas of study are Cirrus, Ice crystals, Environmental science, Atmospheric sciences and Nephelometer. His Cirrus study combines topics in areas such as Microphysics and Northern Hemisphere. His Ice crystals research focuses on Ice cloud and how it connects with Mie scattering and Troposphere.
Jean-François Gayet interconnects Meteorology, Ozone and Altitude in the investigation of issues within Atmospheric sciences. His Altitude research incorporates elements of Lidar, Optical depth and Liquid water content. As part of his studies on Nephelometer, Jean-François Gayet often connects relevant subjects like Cloud physics.
Jean-François Gayet mostly deals with Ice crystals, Environmental science, Cirrus, Atmospheric sciences and Remote sensing. His Ice crystals study incorporates themes from Light scattering, Nephelometer, Ice cloud and Cloud physics. The various areas that Jean-François Gayet examines in his Nephelometer study include Drizzle and Mie scattering.
His Cirrus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Microphysics, Middle latitudes, Northern Hemisphere, Southern Hemisphere and Relative humidity. His study in Atmospheric sciences is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Liquid water content, Extinction, Aerosol and Sea ice growth processes, Sea ice thickness. His work carried out in the field of Remote sensing brings together such families of science as In situ, Radiative transfer, Satellite and Arctic.
Jean-François Gayet mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science, Ice crystals, Meteorology and Cirrus. His work deals with themes such as Precipitation, Liquid water content, Extinction and Aerosol, which intersect with Atmospheric sciences. His Aerosol research integrates issues from Plume and Mineralogy.
His Ice crystals research includes elements of Stratosphere, Nephelometer, Sea ice growth processes, Sea ice thickness and Troposphere. His studies deal with areas such as Aviation and Relative humidity as well as Cirrus. The study incorporates disciplines such as In situ and Instrumentation in addition to Remote sensing.
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Airborne observations of the Eyjafjalla volcano ash cloud over Europe during air space closure in April and May 2010
U. Schumann;B. Weinzierl;O. Reitebuch;H. Schlager.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2011)
On the Transition of Contrails into Cirrus Clouds
F. Schröder;B. Kärcher;C. Duroure;J. Ström.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2000)
A new airborne polar Nephelometer for the measurements of optical and microphysical cloud properties. Part I: Theoretical design
Jean-François Gayet;O. Crépel;J. F. Fournol;S. Oshchepkov.
Annales Geophysicae (1997)
Water vapour measurements inside cirrus clouds in Northern and Southern hemispheres during INCA
Joëlle Ovarlez;Jean-François Gayet;Klaus Gierens;Johan Ström.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
The Reliability of the PMS FSSP in the Presence of Small Ice Crystals
Jean-François Gayet;Guy Febvre;Howard Larsen.
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (1996)
Airborne instruments to measure atmospheric aerosol particles, clouds and radiation: A cook's tour of mature and emerging technology
D. Baumgardner;J.L. Brenguier;A. Bucholtz;H. Coe.
Atmospheric Research (2011)
Cirrus cloud microphysical and optical properties at southern and northern midlatitudes during the INCA experiment
Jean-François Gayet;Joëlle Ovarlez;Valéry Shcherbakov;Johan Ström.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Modeling of light scattering in cirrus clouds with inhomogeneous hexagonal monocrystals. Comparison with in-situ and ADEOS-POLDER measurements
Laurent C. Labonnote;Gérard Brogniez;Marie Doutriaux-Boucher;Jean-Claude Buriez.
Geophysical Research Letters (2000)
Polarized light scattering by inhomogeneous hexagonal monocrystals: Validation with ADEOS-POLDER measurements
Laurent C.-Labonnote;Gérard Brogniez;Jean-Claude Buriez;Marie Doutriaux-Boucher.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
Quantitative measurement of the microphysical and optical properties of cirrus clouds with four different in situ probes: Evidence of small ice crystals
Jean-François Gayet;Frédérique Auriol;Andreas Minikin;Johan Ström.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
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