Relating tropical ocean clouds to moist processes using water vapor isotope measurements
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Subject: Isotopes | Research Activity: Remote Sensing | Altitude Range: Troposphere | Science Focus: Physics (physical properties and processes)Importance of the Saharan heat low in controlling the North Atlantic free tropospheric humidity budget deduced from IASI δD observationsA decadal time series of water vapor and D / H isotope ratios above Zugspitze: transport patterns to central EuropeMid-tropospheric δD observations from IASI/MetOp at high spatial and temporal resolutionOptimal estimation of tropospheric H2O and δD with IASI/METOP
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