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Habib Senghor, Alex J. Roberts, Abdou L. Dieng, Dahirou Wane, Cheikh Dione, Mouhamed Fall, Abdoulahat Diop, Amadou T. Gaye, John Marsham

Article ID: 3165
Views - 583  (Abstract) PDF - 48  (Download)
Abstract: Haboob occurrence strongly impacts the annual variability of airborne desert dust in North Africa. In fact, more dust is raised from erodible surfaces in the early summer (monsoon) season when deep convective storms are common but soil moisture and vegetation cover are low. On 27 June 2018, a large dust storm is initiated over N...
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Nelson Falcón

Article ID: 2740
Views - 492  (Abstract) PDF - 44  (Download)
Abstract:A review of the state of knowledge and phenomenology on the site of the greatest atmospheric electrical activity in the world, known as the Catatumbo Lightning, located southeast of Lake Maracaibo (Venezuela), is presented. A microphysical model is presented to explain the charging process through electrical displacement within the cells of the cloud, incorp...
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Zhiqing Yuan

Article ID: 2916
Views - 366  (Abstract) PDF - 34  (Download)
Abstract: With the development of the time and the progress of economy, great changes have taken place in the environment. In recent years, it is common to see bad weather, such as hurricane, drought, lightning and so on. The emergence of these weather has the greatest impact on farmers and crops, especially the lightning weather, not only that, but also sometimes ...
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Ravi Kant Upadhyay

Article ID: 3229
Views - 386  (Abstract) PDF - 31  (Download)
Abstract: In the present review article human diseases caused by various groups of pathogens have been explained with its etiology, epidemiology and treatment. In addition, effect of climatic changes on parasites and pathogens has been demarcated with rising incidences of diseases. In response to environmental changes, mainly external and internal m...
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Kombo Hamad Kai, Sarah E Osima, Agnes Laurence Kijazi, Mohammed Khamis Ngwali, Asya Omar Hamad

Article ID: 3135
Views - 401  (Abstract) PDF - 30  (Download)
Abstract: This article examines the off season rainfall in northern coast Tanzania (NCT) including Zanzibar which occurred in January and February 2020 (JF). Like the JF rainfalls of 2001, 2004, 2010, 2016 and 2018, the JF (2020) rainfall was more unique in damages including loss of lives, properties and infrastructures. The study used the NCEP/NCAR reanalysis data...
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