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Poster Programme AS1.16

AS1.16

African Monsoon Multidisciplinary Analysis (AMMA)
Convener: Christopher Taylor  | Co-Conveners: Harald Kunstmann , Serge Janicot , Béatrice Marticorena , Lorenzo Genesio 
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 07 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room 10
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 07 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Display Thu, 07 Apr, 08:00–19:30  / Halls X/Y

Display time: Thursday, 07 Apr 08:00–19:30
Attendance Time: Thursday, 07 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Halls X/Y
XY18
EGU2011-11105
Seasonal modes of surface cooling in the Gulf of Guinea
Julien Jouanno, Frédéric Marin, and Yves du Penhoat

XY19
EGU2011-8947
Multidecadal SST modulations of West African Interannual Rainfall Variability
Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca, Teresa Losada, Elsa Mohino, Serge Janicot, and Juergen Bader

XY20
EGU2011-11987
Analysis and causes of non-stationary teleconnections impacting on West African Monsoon rainfall
Samo Diatta and Andreas H. Fink

XY21
EGU2011-9997
Changing features of seasonal precipitation in Sudan and the relations to atmospheric circulation during 1948-2005
Zengxin Zhang and Chongyu Xu

XY22
EGU2011-5859
Role of MJO on African monsoon intraseasonal variability
Serge Janicot and Elsa Mohino

XY23
EGU2011-7287
Multi-scale approach of the onset of the rainy season over Sudano-Sahelian belt: spatial coherence and potential predictability.
Romain Marteau, Vincent Moron, Nathalie Philippon, and Bernard Fontaine

XY24
EGU2011-2663
Intraseasonal variability of precipitable water in West Africa
D. Emmanuel Poan, Fleur Couvreux, Romain Roehrig, and Jean-Philippe Lafore

XY25
EGU2011-2452
Estimation of rainfall in Senegal using Self-Organizing Map
Abdou Karim Gueye, Sylvie Thiria, Awa Niang, Salam Sawadogo, Serge Janicot, and Benjamin Sultan

XY26 EGU2011-13918
Moist singular vector sensitivity analysis applied to understanding African easterly wave evolution and predictability (withdrawn)
Rosalind Cornforth and Brian Hoskins

XY27
EGU2011-11640
Rainfall over the Hoggar massif, Algeria: analysis of driving mechanisms using ECMWF outputs and observations
Juan Cuesta, Cyrille Flamant, John Marsham, Peter Knippertz, Douglas Parker, and Richard Forbes

XY28
EGU2011-11000
In-situ statistical validation of airborne reflectivity measurements during AMMA2006 and Megha-Tropiques 2010 experiments: importance of hydrometeor growth processes and particle size distribution variability.
Regis Dupuy, Christophe Duroure, Etienne Fontaine, Christophe Gourbeyre, Wolfram Wobrock, Alfons Schwarzenboeck, Dominique Bouniol, and Alain Protat

XY29
EGU2011-4761
What is the accuracy of the boundary layer diurnal cycle in meteorological analyses over West Africa?
Françoise Guichard, Fleur Couvreux, Amanda Gounou, Dominique Bouniol, Anna Agustí-Panareda, and Jean-Marcel Piriou

XY30
EGU2011-4837
Simulation of daytime convective initiation in the Sahel: an evaluation of numerical weather forecast models with satellite data
Françoise Guichard, Christopher M. Taylor, Amanda Gounou, Fleur Couvreux, Richard J. Ellis, and Philip P. Harris

XY31
EGU2011-8520
Assessing the present-day vegetation dynamics in the Sahelian environments using MODIS dataset. A Geostatistical approach
Cécilia Bobée, Catherine Mering, Milena Palibrk, Julien Andrieu, and Benoît Toulouse

XY32
EGU2011-13289
An anomalously wet year in Sahel during 2010: Consequences on surface conditions and fluxes.
Eric Mougin, Laurent Kergoat, Pierre Hiernaux, Manuela Grippa, Franck Timouk, Nogmana Soumaguel, Mamadou Diawara, Marc Arjounin, Marielle Gosset, and Julien Viarre and the Gourma

XY33
EGU2011-4043
Green vegetation cover trends in Sahelian Western Africa observed from SPOT VGT 2001-2010
Bernard Lacaze and Benoit Toulouse

XY34
EGU2011-11567
How surface properties influence mineral dust emissions in the Sahelian region? A modelling case study during AMMA.
Christel Bouet, Béatrice Marticorena, Gilles Bergametti, Jean Louis Rajot, Guy Cautenet, Karine Desboeufs, and Paola Formenti

XY35
EGU2011-13921
Approche Éco Santé sur la trilogie Pollution Santé Sociétés: cas de la ville de Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Jean-Noel Poda, Marie-Françoise Courel, and Marc Bui