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When my first peer-reviewed scientific paper was published in Geophysical Research Letters in February 2019, I felt that I had passed a ..read more
June Bacon-Bercey, a pioneering meteorologist and passionate supporter of women and minorities in the sciences, was well versed in high- ..read more
Icebergs calve off glaciers all the time. But most don’t pitch backward, capsize, and send seismic waves radiating out for thousands of ..read more
How does global surface temperature respond to different forcings, such as carbon dioxide or aerosols? Previous works have shown that the ..read more
Like cabernet sauvignon? Then grenache just might become your new favorite. Using climate models and historical records of wine grape ..read more
Endless Night at –50 Degrees: A Look at Life on an Icebreaker. Brrr! The German research icebreaker Polarstern is purposely trapped in ..read more
On 14 November 1969, the Apollo 12 Moon mission rode the fiery exhaust of a massive Saturn V rocket upward to pierce a cloudy, rainy sky. ..read more
Eos: Earth and Space Science News by Margaret Shanafield, Sarah Godsey, .. - 4d ago
Australia’s third-longest river, the Darling, normally experiences periods of medium to low flow, punctuated by flood events. But vast ..read more
The rate at which the ocean melts the front of tidewater glaciers is a key control on how much and how fast sea level will rise, yet for a ..read more
If greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, damaging weather linked to thunderstorms—including lightning, large hailstones, and severe ..read more

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