Desert dust is travelling to the Arctic at a greater rate than previously thought, a new study carried out at New York University Abu Dhabi has found., 10 October 2018
What do dust storms have in common with the prospects of finding life on Mars, and a multi-billion dollar problem for the electronics industry? University of Michigan professor Nilton Renno has the answers.
Welcome to my personal website! I would be honored and happy to connect and collaborate. Please visit also my ResearchGate page and let’s stay in touch! orcid.org/0000-0002-7587-0006 Follow @drdianafrancis PhD Defense presentation PhD Thesis Manuscript Peer re-viewed journal publications: 2018 Francis D., C. Eayrs, J-P. Chaboureau, T. Mote, D. Holland (2018), Polar […]
Sahelian dust lifting in the inter-tropical discontinuity region: Lidar observations and mesoscale modelling D. Boukaram(1), C. Flamant(1), P. Tulet (2), J.-P. Chaboureau (3), A. Dabas(2), O. Reitebuch(4), M. Chong(3) (1) Service d’Aéronomie / IPSL, Paris, France (2) Météo-France, CNRM/GMEI, Toulouse, France (3) Laboratoire d’Aérologie, UPS and CNRS, Toulouse, France (4) […]
2010 Schwendike J., D. Bou Karam, S. Crumeyrolle, C. Flamant, S.C. Jones, M. Schmidberger, F. Solmon, T. Stanelle, B. Voge, H. Vogel (2010): Mineral dust transport over West Africa in 2006, AMS 29th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 10–14 May 2010, Tucson, Arizona, USA. Bou Karam D., C. Flamant, A. Evan, […]
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