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West Africa is changing rapidly. An explosively growing population, massive urbanization, and unregulated deforestation modify the composition of the atmosphere, thus affecting weather and climate. How exactly these emissions are changing the region in the long term is not clear. The EU-funded project DACCIWA (Dynamics-Aerosol-Chemistry-Cloud Interactions in West Africa) coordinated by KIT therefore studied the air over the coastal region of West Africa with the help of research aircraft and ground stations.
Further information: Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research
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