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Commane, R., Floquet, C., Ingham, T., Stone, D., Evans, M. J. & Heard, D. E. (2010) Observation of OH and HO2 radicals over West Africa. IN Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 10. 8783–8801.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        Pop. 35.77%
Hopkins, J. R., Evans, M. J., Lee, J. D., Lewis, A. C., Marsham, J. H., McQuaid, J. B., Parker, D. J., Stewart, D. J., Reeves, C. E. & Purvis, R. M. (2009) Direct estimates of emissions from the megacity of Lagos. IN Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 9. 8471–8477.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        Pop. 36.64%
Knippertz, P., Evans, M. J., Field, P. R., Fink, A. H., Liousse, C. & Marsham, J. H. (2015) The possible role of local air pollution in climate change in West Africa. Nature Climate Change. IN Nature Climate Change, 5. 815–822.   Added by: Andreas Fink   v        Pop. 31.81%
Mari, C. H., Reeves, C. E., Law, K. S., Ancellet, G., Andrés-Hernández, M. D., Barret, B., Bechara, J., Borbon, A., Bouarar, I., Cairo, F., Commane, R., Delon, C., Evans, M. J., Fierli, F., Floquet, C., Galy-Lacaux, C., Heard, D. E., Homan, C. D., Ingham, T., Larsen, N., Lewis, A. C., Liousse, C., Murphy, J. G., Orlandi, E., Oram, D. E., Saunois, M., Serça, D., Stewart, D. J., Stone, D., Thouret, V., Van Velthoven, P. F. J. & Williams, J. E. (2010) Atmospheric composition of West Africa: highlights from the AMMA international program. IN Atmospheric Science Letters, .  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        Pop. 45.17%
Stone, D., Commane, R., Floquet, C., Ingham, T., Bandy, B., Brookes, D., Hopkins, J. R., Lee, J. D., Lewis, A. C., McQuaid, J. B., Mills, G. P., Monks, P., Murphy, J. G., Oram, D. E., Parker, A., Purvis, R. M., Reeves, C. E., Stewart, D. J., Heard, D. E. & Evans, M. J. (2010) Understanding HOx observations over West Africa during AMMA: box modelling with the Master Chemical Mechanism. IN Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, .   Added by: Boichard Jean-Luc   v        Pop. 44.41%