Twelve years of radar data reveal new phenomena in Earth’s upper atmosphere.
A new study suggests that more robust turbine design is needed to weather high winds.
A new study finds that the ionospheric anomaly over the Weddell Sea is likely influenced by proximity to auroral energy input, rather than by tilting magnetic fields.
A river’s twists and turns are shaped by its past flood events.
A new study suggests that even hotter events will follow unless greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.
A widely used technique to monitor sulfur dioxide was tweaked to focus on water vapor at Peru’s Sabancaya Volcano. Results show that the volcano steamed up prior to its 2016 eruption.
A novel method uses shifting bedrock to trace pulses of mass that propagate down a glacier.
Researchers present a novel method for analyzing how wind shear affects tropical cyclone strength and structure.
A new 3-D model shows how wind affects hydrodynamic mixing in a northern Italian lake.
Every 25–30 years, the ocean and atmosphere conspire to produce an enhanced North Atlantic Oscillation