A significant increasing trend of turbulence in upper atmosphere over northern Eurasia is attributed to intense anthropogenic activities.
New high-altitude aircraft observations identify unexpected high levels of halogen-containing species entering the stratosphere above the summertime Asian monsoon.
Chemical signature and chemical transport analyses help understand the dynamics of the Asian Summer Monsoon.
Both the El Niño Southern Oscillation and natural variations in tropical Pacific weather conditions impact surface air quality in the Eastern United States.
Cross-tropopause ozone transport in midlatitude cyclones, coincident with dry air intrusions, is derived from satellite and reanalysis data organized in cyclone-centric coordinates.
Whiteface Mountain Cloud Chemistry Workshop; Wilmington, New York, 16–17 September 2016
Enhancements to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's decision support system give forecasters new capabilities for tracking smoke from fires using satellite data.
Combining data from multiple sources could aid in predicting the tiny atmospheric particles' effects on global warming.
Reducing emissions of short-lived gaseous sulfur pollutants from power plants had an immediate, local benefit, but controlling longer-lasting harmful particulate matter will require regional action.
New data links thunderstorms to climate via their impacts on aerosols, ozone, and water vapor in the stratosphere.