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Article ID: 707798

Argonne’s Innovative Community Software Is on Weather Scientists’ Radar

Argonne National Laboratory

After 4 years, and with contributions from 34 individual editors, the Python-ARM Radar Toolkit (Py-ART) is now a staple in radar science, illustrating the power of community software.

8-Feb-2019 1:40 PM EST

Article ID: 706301

Giant pattern discovered in the clouds of planet Venus

Kobe University

A Japanese research group has identified a giant streak structure among the clouds covering planet Venus based on observation from the spacecraft Akatsuki. The team also revealed the origins of this structure using large-scale climate simulations. The group was led by Project Assistant Professor Hiroki Kashimura (Kobe University, Graduate School of Science) and these findings were published on January 9 in Nature Communications.

10-Jan-2019 11:40 AM EST

Article ID: 705723

'Sonic Thunder' explores shock waves

South Dakota State University

A sonic boom and a thunderclap may seem like different phenomena, but their behavior is the same--that's one of the approaches used to explain shock waves in "Sonic Thunder."

19-Dec-2018 4:05 PM EST



Article ID: 704183

New Jersey Weather Observers Sought for Rutgers-Coordinated Network

Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Do you want to help scientists at Rutgers University keep track of the weather in New Jersey? The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS), a nationwide volunteer network for observing precipitation, is seeking volunteer weather observers throughout the Garden State.

20-Nov-2018 5:00 AM EST

Article ID: 704237

UCI and Singapore Researchers Find Source of 2015 Southeast Asia Smoke Cloud

University of California, Irvine

Smoke from widespread fires in Indonesia in the summer and fall of 2015 hung heavily over major urban centers in Southeast Asia, causing adverse health effects for millions of people. The afflicted could not have known that the polluted air they were breathing contained carbon from plants that were alive during the Middle Ages.

19-Nov-2018 3:30 PM EST

Article ID: 702766

Super Typhoon #Yutu, Why Is It So Strong? Changing Ocean Salinity to Blame


Increased rainfall from climate change is making the ocean less salty. The areas with the biggest decreases in salinity also experienced increasingly strong storms.

24-Oct-2018 4:05 PM EDT

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