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    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

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    Cloud and rain processes in a biosphere atmosphere interaction context in the Amazon region
    Silva Dias, M.A.F. ; Rutledge, S. ; Kabat, P. ; Silva Dias, P.L. ; Nobre, C. ; Fisch, G. ; Dolman, A.J. ; Zipser, E. ; Garstang, M. ; Manzi, A. ; Fuentes, J.D. ; Rocha, H. ; Marengo, J. ; Plana-Fattori, A. ; Sá, L. ; Alvalá, R. ; Andreae, M.O. ; Artaxo, P. ; Gielow, R. ; Gatti, L. - \ 2003
    In: The Amazon region: tropical deforestation, biogeochemical cycles and the climate / Kabat, P., Andreae, M.O., Silva-Dias, M.A., Veraart, J.A., Brink, N.J., Bilthoven : RIVM (Dutch nat. Res. Programme global Air Pollut Climate Change Rep. 410200125) - p. 51 - 81.
    Cloud and rain processes in a biosphere-atmosphere interaction context in the Amazon Region
    Silva Dias, M.A.F. ; Rutledge, S. ; Kabat, P. ; Silva Dias, P.L. ; Nobre, C. ; Fisch, G. ; Dolman, A.J. ; Zipser, E. ; Garstang, M. ; Manzi, A.O. ; Fuentes, J.D. ; Rocha, H.R. ; Marengo, J. ; Plana-Fattori, A. ; Sá, L.D.A. ; Alvalá, R.C.S. ; Andreae, M.O. ; Artaxo, P. ; Gielow, R. ; Gatti, L. - \ 2002
    Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 107 (2002)D20. - ISSN 2169-897X - p. 8072 - 8072.
    boundary-layer experiment - ice-scattering signature - zero-plane displacement - coastal squall lines - dry season - vegetation canopies - tropical atmosphere - tall vegetation - coherent eddies - wet season
    This paper presents an overview of the results from the first major mesoscale atmospheric campaign of the Large-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia (LBA) Program. The campaign, collocated with a Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite validation campaigns, was conducted in southwest Rondônia in January and February 1999 during the wet season. Highlights on the interaction between clouds, rain, and the underlying landscape through biospheric processes are presented and discussed.
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