Scientists show long-term changes in the Intertropical Convergence Zone's location, extent, and rainfall intensity.
Simulations that melded volcano topography, satellite observations, and virtual lava accurately anticipated the destruction of villages 18 months ago by Cape Verde's Fogo volcano.
Course on Remote Sensing Techniques Applied to Atmospheric Chemistry; Mexico City, Mexico, 7–11 December 2015
Center for Satellite Applications and Research Joint Polar Satellite System Annual Science Team Meeting; College Park, Maryland, 24–28 August 2015
Deep cracks in the ice may provide insight into glacier decay and help predict sea level rise.
Satellite and ground-based data reveal sulfur dioxide flux, trace element release, and preeruption magma movement.
MicroSnow2 and SnowEx Workshops; Columbia, Maryland, 13–17 July 2015
In the Arctic, drones and tethered balloons can make crucial atmospheric measurements to provide a unique perspective on an environment particularly vulnerable to climate change.
2015 Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Mission Applications Workshop; Hyattsville, Maryland, 9–10 June 2015
Fine-scale simulations of cumulus cloud layers could help improve weather and climate models.