Dynamics-aerosol-chemistry-cloud interactions in West Africa
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Boundary Layer Dynamics
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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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This report is the second deliverable of WP1 and aims at giving information about the data quality control of datasets acquired at the three supersites (Savè, Kumasi and Ile-Ife) during the DACCIWA ground campaign.
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A report of significant case studiesarising from the following manifestations of the boundary layer: very persistent stratus decks, cloud free nights, strong low-level jets (LLJs), precipitation events, strong sea-breeze and convergence.
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A report of the realization of idealized numerical experiments with stratus/stratocumulus clouds at a very high resolution by Large Eddy Simulation model (LES) to adequately represent the gradients and the motions within the lowest part of the atmosphere.
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A report about the conceptual model for the low level cloud (LLC) diurnal cycle in southern West Africa and the relevant processes involved, built from the analysis of the DACCIWA dataset.
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Air Pollution and Health
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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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Air Pollution and Health
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In the DACCIWA WP2 work, the purpose was to adapt RegCM4 (Regional climate model) to be used for air pollution and health impact studies in West Africa.
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Atmospheric Chemistry
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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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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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Cloud-Aerosol Interactions
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This report provides an overview about the aerosol/chemistry models in weather forecast and climate mode related to WP4 focusing on aerosol-cloud properties, including model characteristics, the pre-DACCIWA performance and their adaptations to the needs within DACCIWA.