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The research reported here was funded by NSF ATM 94-05024 grant to the Center for Clouds, Chemistry and Climate. Publication of this document was funded by the Vetlesen Foundation Fund at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. This is publication #143 of the Center for Clouds, Chemistry and Climate.