Advances in data analysis help researchers spot shifting ocean colors, which could be associated with climate change.
An internally generated 150-day periodicity is newly identified in the Southern Hemisphere extratropical large-scale atmospheric circulation, which arises from the annular mode’s propagating regime.
Tropical weather is unpredictable, but a new tool could help farmers get a better grasp on it.
The shape of radiative cooling in lower atmosphere is controlled by the lapse rate in the water vapor path according to a new theory and observations from subsidence regimes in the tropical Atlantic.
A new study shows the importance of considering non-linear responses to isolated sea surface temperature (SST) changes and the implications for the linear frameworks used to quantify the SST pattern effect.
A new numerical setup demonstrates that aerosols could affect clouds, and hence the radiation budget, thousands of kilometers from their location.
New research found that tropical soils emit nitrogen mostly as inert dinitrogen rather than as greenhouse gases.
About 50 years ago, vorticity thinking helped unveil basic properties of squall lines. Zhang now provides a closed theory, demystifying one of nature’s most important forms of convective organization.
As low-income, informal settlements bloom in the tropics, their risk of landslides increases. A new modeling tool incorporates urbanization factors to protect the region’s poorest neighborhoods.