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OBSERVED IMPACT OF SMOKE AEROSOLS ON THE STRATOCUMULUS-TO-CUMULUS TRANSITION IN THE EQUATORIAL ATLANTIC.
Utilizing observation data to discern the impacts smoke aerosols on the cloud transition in the tropical Atlantic.
OBSERVED MONSOON PRECIPITATION SUPPRESSION CAUSED BY ANOMALOUS INTERHEMISPHERIC AEROSOL TRANSPORT.
Biomass burning in southern Africa transports aerosols toward West Africa in boreal summer. Here, we analyzed aerosol-precipitation relationships with increased and decreased aerosol loading.
FUTURE AEROSOL REDUCTIONS AND WIDENING OF THE NORTHERN TOPICAL BELT
How will the width of the tropical belt change through the year 2100? Are greenhouse gases or aerosols the dominant driver of belt width. Here, we analyze various socioeconomic scenarios to understand possible trajectories in such change.
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