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Abdou L. Dieng, Saidou M. Sall, Laurence Eymard, Marion Leduc-Leballeur, and Alban Lazar

relatively cold waters (SST ranging between 25° and 26°C). Therefore, these unfavorable conditions could be responsible for the decay of the north-SLS in this zone. Although the south-SLS are evolving in better conditions (high humidity and greater SST), their mean trajectory suggests that they mainly propagate outside of the MDR, in the southern part, where the Coriolis force is less important. Thus, the absolute vorticity ( , where is the Coriolis parameter and is the relative vorticity) associated

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