Clean Air Journal

Volume 27, No 2, 2017

Understanding the atmospheric circulations that lead to high particulate matter concentrations on the west coast of Namibia

Type: Research article

Issue: November/December 2017

Number of pages: 9 [Journal page number 66]


  • Hanlie Liebenberg-Enslin
    Airshed Planning Professionals, South Africa
  • Hannes Rauntenbach
    South African Weather Service, South Africa
    University of Pretoria, South Africa
  • Reneé von Gruenewaldt
    Airshed Planning Professionals, South Africa
  • Lucian Burger
    Airshed Planning Professionals, South Africa


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