Leonard Kirago, Örjan Gustafsson, Samuel M. Gaita, Sophie L. Haslett, H. Langley deWitt, Jimmy Gasore, Katherine E. Potter, Ronald G. Prinn, Maheswar Rupakheti, Jean de Dieu Ndikubwimana, Bonfils Safari, and August Andersson
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Dr. Jimmy Gasore is an atmosphriec scientist and the Station Chief Scientist of the Rwanda Climate Observatory. The observatory is a collaborative effort of the Rwandan Ministry of Education and MIT in a project under the direction of Professor Prinn to set up a new high frequency greenhouse gases monitoring station in Rwanda as a part of the AGAGE Network. The Climate observatory is currently located at Mount Mugogo in the Northern Province of Rwanda but is expected to move atop Mount Kalisimbi (4507m) in the future after testing the instruments and training local technicians at a much lower and accessible altitude of Mount Mugogo (2500 m). The Rwanda Climate Observatory is the only high frequency greenhouse gases monitoring station on the African continent, it is expected to uniquely contribute to the understanding of global carbon budget especially the land-atmosphere exchange as well as improving the understanding of regional greenhouse gases emissions in the Greater Horn of Africa (GHA, Central and Eastern Africa).