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The dynamics⇓aerosol⇓chemistry⇓cloud interactions in west Africa field campaign

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Author(s)

  • Cyrille Flamant
  • Peter Knippertz
  • Andreas H. Fink
  • A. Akpo
  • B Brooks
  • J. Christine Chiu
  • H Coe
  • S. Danuor
  • Oluwagbemiga O. Jegede
  • Norbert Kalthoff
  • A. Konaré
  • C. Liousse
  • Fabienne Lohou
  • C. Mari
  • H. Schlager
  • A. Schwarzenboeck
  • B. Adler
  • L. K. Amekudzi
  • J. Aryee
  • M. Ayoola
  • A. M. BatenBurg
  • G. BessarDon
  • S. Borrmann
  • J. F. Brito
  • K Bower
  • F. Burnet
  • V. Catoire
  • A. Colomb
  • C. DenJean
  • K. Fosuamankwah
  • M. Lothon
  • M. Maranan
  • J. H. Marsham
  • R. Meynadier
  • J. B. Ngamini
  • P. D. Rosenberg
  • D. Sauer
  • G. Stratmann
  • C. Voigt
  • V. Yoboué

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JournalBulletin of the American Meteorological Society
DatePublished - 1 Jan 2018
Issue number1
Volume99
Number of pages22
Pages (from-to)83-104
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Unprecedented ground-based and aircraft measurements in southern West Africa characterize atmospheric composition and dynamics, low-level cloud properties, the diurnal cycle, and air pollution impacts on health.

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