Land-Atmosphere Interactions and Regional Climate in West Africa and South America

@inproceedings{Yazd2017LandAtmosphereIA,
  title={Land-Atmosphere Interactions and Regional Climate in West Africa and South America},
  author={Amir Erfanian Javadian Entezar Yazd},
  year={2017}
}
Land, atmosphere, and oceans interact with each other through energy, mass, and momentum exchanges. These interactions regulate climate variability and influence climate changes at the regional scale. One notable example of highly influential land-atmosphere-ocean interactions on regional climates is monsoonal systems that influence a substantial portion of the world’s population. In this dissertation, the present and future climates of West Africa (WA) and South America (SA), two important… CONTINUE READING

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