3D Images of magma below mono craters
A new conceptual model of the magma system below Mono Lake and Mono Craters in eastern California gives scientists a more detailed understanding of volcanic processes at depth and a better model for forecasting volcanic unrest according to a new paper in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth
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New research papers
First ever cross comparison of thermospheric wind measured by narrow- and wide-field optical Doppler spectroscopy, Space Weather
Methyl chloride as a tracer of tropical tropospheric air in the lowermost stratosphere inferred from IAGOS-CARIBIC passenger aircraft measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
A complete soil hydraulic model accounting for capillary and adsorptive water retention, capillary and film conductivity, and hysteresis, Water Resources Research
The effect of large-scale model time step and multiscale coupling frequency on cloud climatology, vertical structure, and rainfall extremes in a superparameterized GCM, Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems
Uniformly rotating global radiative-convective equilibrium in the Community Atmosphere Model, version 5, Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems
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