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Ocean–Cloud–Atmosphere– Land Interactions In The Southeastern Pacific:...

Mechoso, C. R., R. Wood, R. Weller, C. S. Bretherton, A. D. Clarke, H. Coe, C. Fairall, J. Farrar, G. Feingold, R. Garreaud, C. Grados, J. McWilliams, S. P. de Szoeke, S. E. Yuter, and P. Zuidema (2014), Ocean–Cloud–Atmosphere– Land Interactions In The Southeastern Pacific: The VOCALS Program, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 357.

New focused measurements, analyses, and modeling of the southeast Pacific climate system are helping to improve our understanding of key atmospheric and oceanic processes and their interactions in the eastern tropical ocean regions.