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Water Budget Terms for the Amazon Basin 2002-2015
(Journal of Hydrometeorology, 2017)
No abstract or description.
Measurements of light-absorbing particles in snow across the Arctic, North America, and China: effects on surface albedo
(Journal of Geophysical Research [in revision], 2017)
Using field observation, we perform radiative transfer calculations on snowpacks in the Arctic, China, and North America to quantify the impact of light-absorbing particles (LAPs) on snow albedo and its sensitivity to different factors. For new snow, the regional-averaged albedo reductions caused by all LAPs in the Arctic, ...
Supporting data for Bretherton & Blossey (2017): Understanding mesoscale aggregation of shallow cumulus convection using large-eddy simulation
The data and MATLAB scripts included here should enable the reproduction of the plots in Bretherton & Blossey (2017, JAMES, submitted). The full dataset runs into the tens of gigabytes, so that only the data required for the plots is included here.
Dataset to support the paper: Temperature Control of the Variability of Tropical Tropopause Layer Cirrus Clouds
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, operated by UCAR/COSMIC program. The ENSO index is from the NOAA Climate Prediction Center. The QBO ...
Lightning Enhancement Over Major Oceanic Shipping Lanes
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 in the northeastern Indian Ocean and the South China Sea as compared to adjacent areas with similar ...
Code and Experiment Data for "Reconstructing paleoclimate fields using online data assimilation with a linear inverse model"
No abstract or description.
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
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 has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. The simulations ...
Coastal Gulf of Alaska model output
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 runoff, coastal model