ARSAIO Overview : Atmospheric Research in Southern Africa and Indian Ocean : A South Africa – France bilateral collaborative programme Article - 2015

Venkataraman Sivakumar, Hassan Bencherif, Cathy Liousse, J. P. Beukes, Gideon van Zyl, Paola Formenti, S. J. Piketh, Caradee Yael Wright

Venkataraman Sivakumar, Hassan Bencherif, Cathy Liousse, J. P. Beukes, Gideon van Zyl, Paola Formenti, S. J. Piketh, Caradee Yael Wright, « ARSAIO Overview : Atmospheric Research in Southern Africa and Indian Ocean : A South Africa – France bilateral collaborative programme  », The Clean Air Journal, 2015

Abstract

The “Atmospheric Research in Southern Africa and Indian Ocean” (ARSAIO) project is a research consortium of more than 25 researchers and 30 students. It is funded through a bi-lateral research programme between South Africa and France. The first phase was completed in December 2013. Now in its second phase, the project shall be completed by the end of 2017. Here, we provide an overview of the Universities/Institutes involved and French and South African co-ordinators who are investigating the structure and dynamics of the atmosphere by utilising different in-situ, space-borne and model simulation techniques.

Voir la notice complète sur HAL

Actualités