The ICIG was responsible
for the implementation of the multi-year field campaign. It was under the control
of the International Steering Scientific Committee (ISSC) to ensure that it
met the scientific needs of the AMMA progamme.
The major task of
the ICIG was to ensure a real coherency and good coordination of all the field
work scheduled by each of the various AMMA components. It was a difficult but
necessary commitment in order to reach the overall ambitious scientific goals
of the program, and not only the piece wise goals of each individual project.
To that end, AMMA
has been structured in Task Teams
(TTs) and Support teams (STs),
defined around a coherent ensemble of instruments in term of observing strategy.
The task teams are thus cutting across the scientific
working groups set up by the ISSC, as well as across the individual
projects composing AMMA. Each TT has produced a TT document which describes
in detail its specific strategy. These documents are found as chapters of the
AMMA International Implementation Plan.
Task Teams and
site Sounding of the Atmosphere.
update: 23.02.2006, pdf, 0.5 MB)
site EOP Surface Flux Measurements.
TT2a document (latest update: 23.01.2006,
pdf, 0.2 MB)
site EOP/LOP Aerosols Monitoring and Radiation.
document (latest update: 23.01.2006, pdf, 0.7 MB)
site EOP Integrative studies
on the Gourma meso-scale site (Mali).
TT3 document (latest update: 29.07.2005,
pdf, 3.8 MB)
site EOP Integrative studies on the Niger
03.04.2006, pdf, 0.8MB)
Integrative studies on the Ouémé meso-scale site.
TT5 document (latest update: 31.03.2006, pdf,
Oceanic campaigns and measurements from open Ocean
(EOP and SOP).
TT6 document (latest update: 16.05.2006,
pdf, 1.4 MB)
of Aerosols during the dry season and analysis of their radiative impact.
TT7 document (latest update: 23.01.2006, pdf,
TT8 document (latest update:19.05.2006,
pdf, 2.7 MB)
site AMMA Downstream (SOP-3)
TT9 document (latest update:02.03.2006,
pdf, 1.5 MB)
AMMA Training and Capacity Building Support Team.
ST4 document (latest update: 08.11.2005,
pdf, 0.04 MB)