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  • Productivity and Climate Responses to Forest loss in North American Ecoregions 

    Swann, Abigail L.S.; Laguë, Marysa M.; Garcia, Elizabeth S.; Field, Jason P.; Breshears, David D.; Moore, David J.P.; Saleska, Scott R.; Stark, Scott C.; Villegas, Juan Camilo; Law, Darin J.; Minor, David M. (2018)
    Regional-scale tree die-off events driven by drought and warming and associated pests and pathogens have occurred recently on all forested continents and are projected to increase in frequency and extent with future warming. ...
  • Supporting output files for Wyant et al. (2018), The Sensitivity of Numerical Simulations of Cloud-Topped Boundary Layers to Cross-Grid Flow 

    Wyant, Matthew; Bretherton, Christopher; Blossey, Peter (2018)
    This collection of large-eddy simulation output files can be used to generate the figures in the research paper Wyant et al. (2018), The Sensitivity of Numerical Simulations of Cloud-Topped Boundary Layers to Cross-Grid ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2014 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2014)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2013 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2013)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2012 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2012)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2011 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2011)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2010 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2010)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2009 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2009)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2008 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2008)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2007 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2007)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2006 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2006)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2005 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2005)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2004 data 

    Jaffe, Daniel A. (2004)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Mt. Bachelor Observatory 2016 data 

    Unknown author (2016)
    The Mt. Bachelor Observatory (MBO) is a high altitude atmospheric research station that is located at the Mt. Bachelor ski area in central Oregon. The observatory was started by Prof. Dan Jaffe in 2004. Since then he and ...
  • Coastal Gulf of Alaska model output 

    Siedlecki, Samantha; Pilcher, Darren; Coyle, Ken; Hermann, Al; Mathis, Jeremy (JGR-Oceans, 2017-09-10)
    Monthly averaged fields for the simulation year 2009 for the coastal gulf of alaska model anything else you want to include in the description of this record (keyworks, subject, etc): aragonite saturation state, glacial ...
  • Lightning Enhancement Over Major Oceanic Shipping Lanes 

    Thornton, Joel; Virts, Katrina; Holzworth, Robert; Mitchell, Todd (2017)
    Using twelve years of high resolution global lightning stroke data from the World Wide Lightning Location Network (WWLLN), we show that lightning density is enhanced by up to a factor of two directly over shipping lanes ...
  • Supporting data for Xu et al (2017): Differences in the Hydrological Cycle and Sensitivity Between Multiscale Modeling Frameworks with and without a Higher-order Turbulence Closure 

    Blossey, Peter; Xu, Kuan-Man; Stan, Cristiana; Cheng, Anning; Li, Zhujun (2017)
    This archive provides supporting data for the paper Xu et al (2017) Differences in the Hydrological Cycle and Sensitivity Between Multiscale Modeling Frameworks with and without a Higher-order Turbulence Closure which ...
  • Dataset to support the paper: Temperature Control of the Variability of Tropical Tropopause Layer Cirrus Clouds 

    Tseng, Hsiu-Hui; Fu, Queng (2017-08)
    Cirrus cloud fraction from CALIPSO satellite data from the NASA Langley Research Center Atmospheric Sciences Data Center. The temperature profile from COSMIC data obtained through the COSMIC Data Analysis and Archive Center, ...
  • Effect of snow grain shape on snow albedo 

    Dang, Cheng; Qiang, Fu; Warren, Stephen G. (Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 2016-06)
    Radiative transfer models of snow albedo have usually assumed a spherical shape for the snow grains, using Mie theory to compute single-scattering properties. The scattering by more realistic, nonspherical snow grains is ...

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