Articles | Volume 18, issue 23
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-18-17003-2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-18-17003-2018
Research article
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30 Nov 2018
Research article |  | 30 Nov 2018

Three years of measurements of light-absorbing aerosols over coastal Namibia: seasonality, origin, and transport

Paola Formenti, Stuart John Piketh, Andreas Namwoonde, Danitza Klopper, Roelof Burger, Mathieu Cazaunau, Anaïs Feron, Cécile Gaimoz, Stephen Broccardo, Nicola Walton, Karine Desboeufs, Guillaume Siour, Mattheus Hanghome, Samuel Mafwila, Edosa Omoregie, Wolfgang Junkermann, and Willy Maenhaut

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Three-years of continuous measurements at the Henties Bay Aerosol Observatory (HBAO; 22°S, 14°05’E), Namibia, show that during the austral wintertime, long- and medium-range transport of pollution from biomass and fossil fuel burning give rise to peaks of light-absorbing black carbon aerosols into the marine boundary layer ahead of the main biomass burning season. This could affect the cloud properties.
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