The first time series of bi-weekly dust concentrations measured in-situ across the remote Atlantic Ocean.
A positive trend in tropical cyclone induced ocean mixing and primary production is compensating the overall decline in global primary production due to anthropogenic climate change.
Novel uncrewed sailing vehicles measured properties of atmospheric cold pools in hard-to-reach regions of the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean.
Elevation of Central American orography significantly reduces the pervasive tropical rainfall bias by blocking the easterlies and consequently warming the northeastern tropical Pacific.
Porting and optimizing CESM1.3 to run on the TaihuLight computer enabled an astounding 750 years of simulation with 0.25° grid spacing for land & atmosphere and 0.1° grid spacing for ocean & sea ice.
High-resolution measurements reveal the structure of the upper ocean under a hurricane and its feedback on storm intensity.
A tool from dynamic systems theory is helping atmospheric scientists identify how dust and moisture mix over West Africa.
The dome is replaced every 5 years, and researchers are studying how to make the gold more durable.
A special collection on subseasonal-to-seasonal prediction presents the latest progress in filling the gap between short-term weather prediction and longer-term climate prediction.
Basin-wide ocean gyres have been observed to be slowly migrating toward the poles and, although natural variations contribute, climate simulations suggest the shift is in response to global warming.