AGU期刊一周Research Spotlight
AGU期刊一周Research Spotlight (Jan 11~Jan 17, 2019)
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Centennial Collection:

1. Podcast: How the Cold War Drove Atmospheric Science

In the first episode of a special series, AGU's Third Pod from the Sun traces a path from nuclear fallout detectors to modern-day meteorology instruments.


Climate Change:

1. Coral Microbiomes Offer Clues for Resilience and Conservation

Some coral species might be better equipped to adapt to a warmer, more acidic ocean. Finding out which ones, and why, could be the key to saving reefs around the world.


2. The Push Toward Local Flood Risk Assessment at a Global Scale

Flood Risk Workshop; Boulder, Colorado, 1-3 October 2018


3. Modeling the Climates of Worlds Beyond Earth

Scientists are applying climate models to distant planets to determine their habitability.


4. How Arctic Cyclones Change the Sea Ice

Whirlwinds disrupt the sea ice in the Arctic Ocean. Scientists are now beginning to understand how.


5. Stress Testing for Climate Impacts with "Synthetic Storms"

How well would your city weather a hurricane? Digitally “moving” past storms to new locations simulates the effects of extreme weather events on local infrastructure.


6. How Ningaloo Ni?o Supercharges the El Ni?o–Southern Oscillation

The warm current cools the tropical Pacific and strengthens trade winds.


Hazards & Disasters:

1. Detecting Fugitive Methane Leaks for Public Safety

A holistic approach to tracking leaks from natural gas pipelines could prevent explosions and also help reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.


2. Invisible Wildfire Smoke Has Visible Health Impacts

Wildfires in the Pacific Northwest were linked to upticks in respiratory problems in Colorado, a new study shows.


Space & Planets:

1. New Analysis Provides a Fresh View of the Atmosphere on Venus

Researchers apply a radio holographic method to standard Venusian atmospheric data, resulting in outputs with finer vertical resolution and revealing small-scale atmospheric structures.


2. Revisiting Enigmatic Martian Slope Streaks

Slope streaks of different sizes and shapes are a common feature on the surface of Mars, but scientists disagree about the mechanisms for their formation and development.


Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Volcanology:

1. A Novel Approach Reveals Element Cycles in the Ocean

Dissolved thorium isotopes light the way to a more thorough understanding of how different elements enter marine environments—and how long they stay there.


2. Magnetic Surveying Reveals Hidden Ancient Buildings and Streets

Buried buildings subtly distort natural magnetic fields, providing a magnetic surveying team with clues that helped archaeologists map an ancient city.


Ocean Sciences:

1. Challenges and Opportunities in Coastal Prediction

Mooers Coastal Ocean and Atmosphere Prediction Workshop; Mount Hood, Oregon, 15 September 2018



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