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Ansmann, A., Tesche, M., Althausen, D., Müller, D., Seifert, P., Freudenthaler, V., Heese, B., Wiegner, M., Pisani, G., Knippertz, P. & Dubovik, O. (2008) Influence of Saharan dust on cloud glaciation in southern Morocco during the Saharan Mineral Dust Experiment. IN Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 113. D04210.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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Ansmann, A., Tesche, M., Knippertz, P., Bierwirth, E., Althausen, D., Müller, D. & Schulz, O. (2009) Vertical profiling of convective dust plumes in southern Morocco during SAMUM. IN Tellus B - Série B : Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 61. 340–353.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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Heese, B., Althausen, D., Dinter, T., Esselborn, M., Müller, T., Tesche, M. & Wiegner, M. (2009) Vertically resolved dust optical properties during SAMUM: Tinfou compared to Ouarzazate. IN Tellus B - Série B : Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 61. 195–205.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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Heinold, B., Tegen, I., Esselborn, M., Kandler, K., Knippertz, P., Müller, D., Schladitz, A., Tesche, M., Weinzierl, B., Ansmann, A., Althausen, D., Laurent, B., Massling, A., Müller, T., Petzold, A., Schepanski, K. & Wiedensohler, A. (2009) Regional Saharan dust modelling during the SAMUM 2006 campaign. IN Tellus B - Série B : Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 61. 307–324.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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Knippertz, P., Ansmann, A., Althausen, D., Müller, D., Tesche, M., Bierwirth, E., Dinter, T., Müller, T., Von Hoyningen-Huene, W., Schepanski, K., Wendisch, M., Heinold, B., Kandler, K., Petzold, A., Schütz, L. & Tegen, I. (2009) Dust mobilization and transport in the northern Sahara during SAMUM 2006 - a meteorological overview. IN Tellus B - Série B : Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 61. 12–31.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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