Dynamics-aerosol-chemistry-cloud interactions in West Africa
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General
Author: Evans, M.; Knippertz, P.; Akpo , A.; Allan, R.P.; Amekudzi, L.; Brooks, B.; Chiu, J. C.; Coe, H.; Fink, A.H.; Flamant, C.; Jegede , O.O.; Leal-Liousse, C.; Lohou, F.; Kalthoff , N.; Mari, C.; Marsham, J.H.; Yoboué, V.; Reimann Zumsprekel, C.
Le projet Dynamics-Aerosol-Chemistry-Cloud Interactions en Afrique de l'Ouest(DACCIWA) financé par l'UE a produit le jeu de données le plus complet à ce jour sur l'atmosphère du sud de l'Afrique de l’Ouest. L'analyse de ces données en combinaison avec les résultats de modéles numériques a conduit aux conclusions suivantes:
General
Author: Evans, M.; Knippertz, P.; Akpo , A.; Allan, R.P.; Amekudzi, L.; Brooks, B.; Chiu, J. C.; Coe, H.; Fink, A.H.; Flamant, C.; Jegede , O.O.; Leal-Liousse, C.; Lohou, F.; Kalthoff , N.; Mari, C.; Marsham, J.H.; Yoboué, V.; Reimann Zumsprekel, C.
The document comprises the key results of the DACCIWA project and its implications for policy makers with easily understandable messages for non-experts. The document is aimed at different stakeholders such as African Governmental, the EU Commission, National Governments, NGOs and civil society.

Reporting Our Findings

This is where we will put information about the outputs from the project and a set of useful links to more information about the science and policy issues DACCIWA is involved in.