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Keyword:  Diurnal cycle
Edited by Devic, M.-P., Roussot, O., Janicot, S. & Thorncroft, C. D. AMMA 3rd International Conference: Abstracts. 2009. African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analyses, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, July 20—24 2009.  Last Edited by: roussot   v        published
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Edited by Genau, I., Marsh, S., McQuaid, J. B., Redelsperger, J.-L., Thorncroft, C. D. & Van Den Akker, E. AMMA 1st International Conference: Extended abstracts. 2005. African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analyses, Dakar, November 28—December 4 2005.   Last Edited by: Deleted user   v        published
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Edited by Genau, I., Van Den Akker, E. & Redelsperger, J.-L. AMMA 2nd International Conference: Joint with AMMA-Ocean / TACE / PIRATA Meeting. 2007. African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analyses, Karlsruhe, November 26—30 2007.  Last Edited by: roussot   v        published
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Kalapureddy, M. C. R., Lothon, M., Campistron, B., Lohou, F. & Saïd, F. (2010) Wind profiler analysis of the African Easterly Jet in relation with the Boundary-layer and the Saharan Heat Low. IN Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 136. 77–91.  Last Edited by: Fanny Lefebvre   v        Pop. 72.92%
Schrage, J. M. & Fink, A. H. Nocturnal continental low-level stratus over tropical West Africa: Observations and possible mechanisms controlling its onset. IN Monthly Weather Review, 140. 1794–1806.  Last Edited by: Andreas Fink   v        Pop. 40.66%
Schuster, R., Fink, A. H. & Knippertz, P. (2013) Formation and maintenance of nocturnal low-level stratus over the southern West African monsoon region during AMMA 2006. IN Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 70. 2337–2350.  Last Edited by: Andreas Fink   v        Pop. 41.78%
van der Linden, R., Fink, A. H. & Redl, R. (2015) Satellite-based climatology of low-level continental clouds in southern West Africa during the summer monsoon season. IN Journal of Geophysical Research, 120.  Last Edited by: Andreas Fink   v        Pop. 24.84%