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Mosses used to evaluate atmospheric conditions in urban areas
Researchers have developed a method to evaluate atmospheric conditions using mosses (bryophytes) in urban areas, a development that could facilitate broader evaluations of atmospheric environments. (2017-08-16)
Increased atmospheric carbon dioxide promotes algal growth
It is usually thought that unlike terrestrial plants, submerged plants like algae will not show any response to an increase of atmospheric carbon dioxide. (2004-05-13)
On track
Using signals from GPS satellites, an ONR-funded researcher has developed a much more precise method of locating intercontinental-range ballistic missiles and other exo- atmospheric (space) targets. (2000-09-07)
MU researchers to study dangerous, deadly weather phenomenon
University of Missouri researchers are collaborating with the A.M. Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences in a 3 million Russian ruble (about $104,000) project to understand and predict atmospheric blocking patterns, which can cause deadly heat waves. (2011-09-20)
Scientists work to lift the mystery of persistent haze
The researchers used standardized factors to objectively identify haze events in China's national capital region of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei from 1980 through 2013. (2017-03-13)
Atmospheric CO2 concentration at Syowa Station in Antarctica exceeds 400 ppm
At Syowa Station, Antarctica, the atmospheric CO2 concentration exceeded 400 ppm on May 14, 2016, for the first time since observations were initiated there in 1984. (2016-10-25)
Ocean warming could drive heavy rain bands toward the poles
In a world warmed by rising atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations, precipitation patterns are going to change because of two factors: one, warmer air can hold more water; and two, changing atmospheric circulation patterns will shift where rain falls. (2014-08-18)
Study explores atmospheric impact of declining Arctic sea ice
New research explores the impact of ice free seas on the planet's atmospheric circulation. (2013-05-28)
Arctic sea ice affects and is affected by mid-latitude weather
New work by Dr Michael Kelleher and Prof James Screen from the University of Exeter find evidence that sea ice change is both a driver of and a response to atmospheric variability. (2017-12-15)
Why did rainfall over Asian inland plateau region undergo abrupt decrease around 1999?
The Asian inland plateau (AIP) is located in the East Asian monsoon marginal areas and mainly includes Mongolia and part of northern China. (2017-03-07)
Warmer planet temperatures could cause longer-lasting weather patterns
Although stagnant weather patterns are often difficult to predict, University of Missouri researchers are now studying whether increasing planet temperatures and carbon dioxide levels could lead to atmospheric blocking and when this blocking might occur, leading to more accurate forecasts. (2010-02-18)
Who knew? Ammonia-rich bird poop cools the atmosphere
Publishing in Nature Communications, atmospheric scientists Jeff Pierce and Jack Kodros present evidence linking ammonia emissions from summertime Arctic seabird-colony excrement, called guano, to newly formed atmospheric aerosol particles. (2016-11-17)
An unexpected outcome of atmospheric CO2 enrichment
Mycorrhizae help plants acquire soil nutrients but also drain substantial carbon from plants. (2003-05-22)
Atmospheric Chemistry -- A Mysterious Isotope Effect In A Well-Known AtmosphericPollutant Discovered
A puzzling isotope effect has been discovered in the important atmospheric reaction of carbon monoxide with the hydroxyl radical by a group of scientists at the Atmospheric Chemistry Division of the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Mainz/Germany (Science, vol. (1998-07-23)
Springer textbook receives prestigious award
The Springer textbook Stratosphere Troposphere Interactions: An Introduction has been chosen as the 2008 Atmospheric Science Librarians International (ASLI) Choice for being a comprehensive book on a unique aspect of atmospheric sciences. (2009-02-02)
Model provides successful seasonal forecast for the fate of Arctic sea ice
Relatively accurate predictions for summer sea ice extent in the Arctic can be made the previous autumn, but forecasting more than five years into the future requires understanding of the impact of climate trends on the ice pack. (2011-09-22)
A bewildering form of dune on Mars
Researchers have discovered a type of dune on Mars intermediate in size between tiny ripples and wavier dunes, and unlike anything seen on Earth. (2016-06-30)
Modeling Atmospheric Aerosols
Sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, a three-week experiment called Electro-Optical Propagation Assessment in Coastal Environments is currently underway to improve the atmospheric aerosol models for predicting infrared propagation near the ocean surface and in coastal environments. (1999-03-01)
Antarctic snow inaccurate temperature archive
According to Dutch researcher Michiel Helsen, annual and seasonal temperature fluctuations are not accurately recorded in the composition of the snow of Antarctica. (2006-02-15)
California drought patterns becoming more common
Atmospheric scientists have found that California's highest temperatures are almost always associated with blocking ridges, regions of high atmospheric pressure than can disrupt wind patterns -- including one known as the Ridiculously Resilient Ridge. (2016-04-01)
Plasma tool for destroying cancer cells
Plasma medicine is a new and rapidly developing area of medical technology. (2014-03-25)
Rise of the ridiculously resilient ridge: California drought patterns becoming more common
Atmospheric patterns resembling those that appeared during the latter half of California's ongoing multi-year drought are becoming more common. (2016-04-01)
Journal highlights Arctic sea ice study by UM professor
New research by University of Montana bioclimatology Assistant Professor Ashley Ballantyne models the influence of Arctic sea ice on Arctic temperatures during the Pliocene era. (2013-07-09)
Clemson scientists launch rockets to test atmospheric conditions
Clemson University space physicists have traveled around the world to launch rockets to test atmospheric conditions. (2009-02-26)
Minerals from Papua New Guinea hold secret for recycling of noble gases
A new study by Suzanne Baldwin, the Michael G. and Susan T. (2015-12-09)
Koehler awarded NSF grant for study of atmospheric gases
The National Science Foundation has announced the award of $160,917 to Birgit G. (1999-11-07)
Autumn Eurasian snow variability in response to atmospheric circulation
investigate the autumn Eurasian snow variability, intending to provide a better understanding of the factors involved in Eurasian snow changes and their impacts on the wintertime Arctic Oscillation. (2017-06-13)
From Jungfraujoch Station: How new atmospheric aerosols form
New particles form in the lowest layer of Earth's atmosphere through condensation of highly oxygenated compounds, a new study shows, and without sulfuric acid -- previously considered essential to nucleation. (2016-05-25)
New study explains near-annual Monsoon oscillations generated by El Niño
New research results show how interaction of the El Niño phenomenon with the annual cycle of solar radiation in the western Pacific generates a suite of predictable wind and rainfall patterns associated with the Southeast Asian Monsoons. (2015-10-19)
Ocean current in Gulf of Mexico linked to red tide
A new study found that a major ocean current in the Gulf of Mexico plays an important role in sustaining Florida red tide blooms. (2016-01-12)
Climate change and extreme weather linked to high pressure over Greenland
Greenland is one of the fastest-warming regions of the world, according to climate change experts at the University of Sheffield. (2016-04-26)
Ozone watch
The symposium covers all issues related to atmospheric ozone, including trends of ozone in the stratosphere and troposphere, ozone-climate interactions, latest emerging techniques for ozone observations, and effects of ozone on human health, ecosystems and food production. (2017-02-01)
Naval Research Laboratory's ANDE-2 deployed from Space Shuttle Endeavour
The Naval Research Laboratory's satellite suite, the Atmospheric Neutral Density Experiment 2 (ANDE-2), was deployed from NASA's Space Shuttle Endeavour on July 30, 2009. (2009-08-05)
The Sunspots Are Coming
Atmospheric scientists participating in a workshop funded in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF) will debate the effects of so-called (1997-10-15)
Semi-volatile organic compounds diffuse between atmospheric particles
Researchers led by Carnegie Mellon University's Neil M. Donahue have shown that semi-volatile organic compounds can readily diffuse into the billions of tiny atmospheric particles that inhabit the air, easily moving among them. (2016-10-24)
Coupled Hydrologic Model Takes Cue From Atmosphere
A linked atmospheric and hydrologic model system that simulates storm events and river basin response may allow researchers to study flood and drought regimes and the effects of climate change, according to a Penn State researcher. (1998-02-17)
First Chemical Analysis Of Polar Stratospheric Cloud Particles Successfully Achieved By Max Planck Scientists
An innovative balloon-borne experiment, developed at the Max Planck Institute of Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg, Germany, provided the first chemical analysis of polar stratospheric cloud particles (PSCs). (1999-02-11)
Atmospheric chemist recognized by American Geophysical Union
Roger Atkinson, a distinguished professor of atmospheric chemistry at the University of California, Riverside has been elected a fellow of the American Geophysical Union, an honor recognizing his eminence and leadership in atmospheric research. (2005-01-26)
Volcano fuels massive phytoplankton bloom
New study shows that 2008 volcano in North Pacific fueled largest phytoplankton bloom in the region since satellite measurements began in 1997. (2010-10-05)
Volcanic eruptions in North America were more explosive in ancient past
Millions of years ago, volcanic eruptions in North America were more explosive and may have significantly affected the environment and the global climate. (2010-06-16)
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