National solar radio archive records have substantial missing data potentially affecting the ability to benchmark extreme solar events.
A new study provides an updated hypothesis to describe a unique radar signature from plasma waves high above Earth, correcting errors that had stood for decades.
Workshop on Geodetic Modeling for Seismic Hazard; Menlo Park, California, 19 September 2016
Recent upgrades to the Jicamarca Radio Observatory in Peru allow it to probe electron densities several thousand kilometers above Earth, a feat it hasn't accomplished in 50 years.
Recent advances in ground-penetrating radar data analysis could help reveal aquifer structure in unprecedented detail.
Energetic particle data from the Global Positioning System constellation opens avenues for new research.
The long-term trend in the electron density of the ionospheric F layer may be natural, not man-made.
Thunderstorms and Elementary Particle Acceleration (TEPA-2015); Yerevan, Armenia, 5–9 October 2015
Fourth Meeting of the Global High Frequency Radar Network; Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 22–23 September 2015
In the Madden-Julian Oscillation, shear forces caused by air layers slipping and sliding near the equator play a critical role in forming enormous thunderstorms and monsoons.