New SWIFT Paper: Capability of CAM5.1 in simulating maximum air temperature patterns over West Africa during boreal spring

Published August 2019 in Modeling Earth Systems and Environment. Authors: Kamoru A. Lawal (University of Cape Town, and Nigerian Meteorological Agency), Babatunde J. Abiodun (University of Cape Town), Dáithí A. Stone (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Eniola Olaniyan (Nigerian Meteorological Agency and Federal University of Technology, Akure), Michael F. Wehner (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory). This study … Read more New SWIFT Paper: Capability of CAM5.1 in simulating maximum air temperature patterns over West Africa during boreal spring

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