Ice nucleation in mosses and liverworts
Bruce F. MoffettB. F. Moffett (firstname.lastname@example.org), Ocean Lab, Fishguard Harbour, The Parrog, Goodwick, Pembrokeshire, SA64 0DE, UK.
This work demonstrates mosses and liverworts are able to freeze water at elevated temperatures. They are likely to do this as a means of harvesting additional water by the Bergeron–Findeisen process and as a consequence potentially influence atmospheric processes.