National solar radio archive records have substantial missing data potentially affecting the ability to benchmark extreme solar events.
Carbon isotope data suggest an alternative source of nutrients to the Eastern Equatorial Pacific during glacial periods.
Primordial solar storm conditions are believed to have significantly enhanced the loss of water and other atmospheric volatiles in Mars’ history.
Short-term forecasts of precipitation and convection can be improved when lightning data are assimilated in the Weather Research and Forecasting system.
An accurate understanding of the influence of ocean bottom topography helps to diagnose the velocities of subsurface currents.
A study explores the relationship between diverse El Niño events and the background state of the tropical Pacific.
A combination of data from satellites and ground-based instruments gives new insight into solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere interactions.
A new model better explains seasonal variations in biomass.
An analysis suggests that craters degrade faster on Mercury than the Moon, raising questions about landscape evolution on different planetary bodies.
A new modeling effort could change our understanding of auroral arc formation.