Dynamics-aerosol-chemistry-cloud interactions in West Africa
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Boundary Layer Dynamics
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  • Boundary Layer Dynamics
The document gives an overview of the conducted measurements including instrument availability and intensive observation period (IOP) overview, aims to inform data users and provides support for case study selection.
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Air Pollution and Health
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  • Air Pollution and Health
This deliverable in the framework of WP2-DACCIWA consists in the first version of African fossil fuel (FF), biofuel (BF), gas flaring and waste burning emission inventories for the 1990-2013 period for the major atmospheric compounds (gases and particles).
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Atmospheric Chemistry
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  • Atmospheric Chemistry
The objective of the chemistry campaign was manifold: deliver a high-quality dataset of the atmospheric composition in Southern West Africa, explore contrasted environments in the region (biogenic, urban, industrial), investigate the vertical and horizontal distribution of gas and aerosols.
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Cloud-Aerosol Interactions
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  • Cloud-Aerosol Interactions
The aim of this report is to provide all participants of DACCIWA with a summary of the aircraft activities during the period of intensive aircraft observations in June and July 2016.
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Radiative Processes
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  • Radiative Processes
This report provides a multi-year multi-satellite analysis of clouds, aerosol, precipitation and radiative fluxes for the wider southern West Africa region. This provides a climatological context from which to plan and interpret the intensive observations undertaken by DACCIWA and a resource for the project.
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Precipitative Processes
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  • Precipitative Processes
This report provides a detailed description of the activities conducted in DACCIWA WP6 Task 6.1: “Radiosonde dataset: Quality-controlled radiosonde dataset from field campaign” that ultimately led to a spatial density of in-situ upper-air information in southern West Africa that is unprecedented. It will also describe failures and their reasons, as well as contingency actions in response to this. Finally, it will describe data formats and quality issues.
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Monsoon Processes
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This report provides a description of the activities conducted in DACCIWA WP7 Task 7.1 “Digitisation of station data”. For a regional evaluation of model and satellite data beyond the period of the DACCIWA field campaign in 2016, standard surface observations from routine weather stations are the only possible source of information. One principal aim of DACCIWA is therefore to improve the availability of long-term ground-based observations from weather stations.
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Monsoon Processes
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This report provides a description of the activities conducted in DACCIWA WP7 Task 7.2 “Tailored forecasts for field campaign”. The activities were closely tied to the aircraft component of the DACCIWA field campaign in June and July 2016, but served other components as well.
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General
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  • Boundary Layer Dynamics
  • Air Pollution and Health
This document provides an overview over the media strategy and the outreach activities that took place before and during the main DACCIWA field campaign in June/July 2016 and gives an outlook to the planned actions.