Resumos dos artigos submetidos a JGR-Atmospheres edição especial LBA

- Andreae et al. - Towards an understanding of the biogeochemical cycling of carbon, water, energy, trace-gases and aerosols in Amazonia: The LBA-EUSTACH experiment

- Betts e Jakob - Evaluation of the diurnal cycle of precipitation, surface thermodynamics and surface fluxes in the ECMWF Model using LBA data

- Betts et al. - Surface diurnal cycle and boundary layer structure over Rondonia during the rainy season

- Betts et al. - Transport of ozone to the surface by convective downdrafts at night

- Cifelli et al. - Radar observations of the kinematic, microphysical, and precipitation characteristics of two MCSs in TRMM-LBA

- Fisch et al. - The convective boundary layer over pasture and forest in Amazonia

- Gannabathula et al. - Analysis of wind velocity and temperature turbulence structure above and inside the Amazon rain forest

- Laurent et al. - Characteristics of the Amazonian mesoscale systems observed from satellite and radar during the WETAMC/LBA experiment

- Machado et al. - The diurnal march of the convection observed during TRMM-WETAMC/LBA

- Marengo et al. - On the diurnal and day-to-day of variability of rainfall in southwest Amazonia during the TRMM-LBA and LBA-WETAMC campaign of the summer of 1999

- Marengo et al. - Towards a identification of the South American low-level east of the Andes during the LBA-TRMM and LBA-WETAMC campaign of the summer of 1999

- Negri et al. - A TRMM-Calibrated infrared rainfall algorithm apllied over Brazil

- Pereira Filho et al. - Multi-sensor analysis of a squall line in the Amazon region

- Plana-Fattori et al. - Comparing computations and measurements of the atmospheric irradiance. Part I: Nighttime conditions, TRMM/LBA-WETAMC field campaign

- M.A.F. Silva Dias et al. - A case study of convective organization into precipitating lines on southwest Amazon during the WETAMC and TRMM-LBA

- M.A.F. Silva Dias et al. - Clouds and rain processes in a biosphere atmosphere interaction context in the Amazon region

- von Randow et al. - Scale variability of surface fluxes of energy and carbon over a tropical rainforest in southwest Amazonia. I. Diurnal conditions

- Rickenbach et al. - Modulation of convection in the southwestern Amazon Basin by extratropical stationary fronts