Perhaps the most complex earthquake rupture ever studied is further constrained by signals from Earth’s ionosphere.
The first extensively documented air pressure–driven meteotsunami on one of the Great Lakes presents an opportunity to use existing weather models to predict when these potentially deadly waves will strike.
These waves are key to moving energy from the troposphere to the thermosphere, but until now they haven’t been well described at high altitudes in computer models.
Gravity waves play a key role in driving upper atmosphere circulations but are poorly understood. New high-resolution simulations are resolving complex wave behaviors with unprecedented detail.
How does vertical wind shear impact the characteristics of gravity waves generated by tropical cyclones?
Natural and manmade explosive events occurring on or below the Earth’s surface can be measured remotely in different ways and different places from the ionosphere.
New study reveals complex behavior of gravity waves in the atmosphere.
A large plasma hole generated by the vertical launch of the Formosat-5 satellite created temporary navigating and positioning errors of up to 1 meter, according to a new study.
In the Stratéole 2 program, set to launch in November 2018, instruments will ride balloons into the stratosphere and circle the world, observing properties of the air and winds in fine detail.
A review of the literature shows that weather nearer Earth's surface could produce up to 35% of the ionosphere's variability.