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Bain, C., Guichard, F., Kergoat, L., Parker, D. J., Taylor, C. M., Baup, F., Mougin, E. & Traoré, Y. 2005. The nocturnal boundary layer of the west African monsoon in observations and numerical weather prediction models. Work presented at First International AMMA Conference.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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Bain, C. (2008) Interactions between the land surface and the atmosphere over West Africa. PhD Thesis. School of Earth and Environment.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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Bain, C., Parker, D. J., Taylor, C. M., Kergoat, L. & Guichard, F. (2010) Observations of the Nocturnal Boundary Layer Associated with the West African Monsoon. IN Monthly Weather Review, 138. 3142–3156.   Added by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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Bain, C., Parker, D. J., Dixon, N., Fink, A. H., Taylor, C. M., Brooks, B. & Milton, S. F. (2011) Anatomy of an observed African easterly wave in July 2006. IN Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 137. 923–933.  Last Edited by: Andreas Fink   v        Pop. 42.17%
Kergoat, L., Guichard, F., Baup, F., Bain, C., Ceschia, E., Traoré, Y., Lohou, F., Le Dantec, V., Epron, D., Lloyd, C. R., Timouk, F., Damesin, C., De Rosnay, P., Lavenu, F. & Mougin, E. 2005. CO2 surface fluxes from tethered balloon profiles in the nocturnal boundary layer. Work presented at First International AMMA Conferenceat Dakar.   Added by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        published
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Tompkins, A. M., Parker, D. J., Danuor, S. K., Amekudzi, L., Bain, C., Dominguez, A., Douglas, M., Fink, A. H., Grimes, D. I. F., Hobby, M., Knippertz, P., Lamb, P. J., Nicklin, K. I. & Yorke, C. (2012) THE EWIEM NIMDIE SUMMER SCHOOL SERIES IN GHANA Capacity building in meteorological education and research, lessons learned, and future prospects. IN Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 93. 595–601.  Last Edited by: Andreas Fink   v        Pop. 46.39%