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AGU期刊一周Research Spotlight
AGU期刊一周Research Spotlight (Mar 01~Mar 07, 2019)
时间:2019年03月07日 15:06来源:www.3522com 点击数:

Centennial Collection:

1. Everything Is Connected

The field of hydrology embraces the balance of worldwide systems and local behavior.

https://eos.org/agu-news/everything-is-connected

2. Isotope Geochemists Glimpse Earth's Impenetrable Interior

Painstaking measurements of isotopes and their relative abundance in rocks have illuminated the hidden inner Earth and our planet's origins and shadowy past for much of the preceding century.

https://eos.org/features/isotope-geochemists-glimpse-earths-impenetrable-interior

3. The Dangers of Glacial Lake Floods: Pioneering and Capitulation

During the past 70 years, Peruvian engineers virtually eliminated the risks posed by glacial lake floods. But climate change and a political blind eye are increasing the dangers once again.

https://eos.org/features/the-dangers-of-glacial-lake-floods-pioneering-and-capitulation

Climate Change:

1. A Digital Mayfly Swarm Is Emerging

Low-cost, open-source data collectors and a suite of collaborative online tools are making big leaps in the field of watershed monitoring.

https://eos.org/project-updates/a-digital-mayfly-swarm-is-emerging

2. Congress Considers Carbon Capture Options

Democrats and Republicans explore areas of potential agreement in combating climate change.

https://eos.org/articles/congress-considers-carbon-capture-options

3. Establishing Science Campaigns in Sub-Saharan Africa

AGU Chapman Conference on Hydrologic Research in the Congo Basin.

https://eos.org/meeting-reports/establishing-science-campaigns-in-sub-saharan-africa

4. Is the Recent Drought on the Colorado River the New Normal?

Understanding Historical Changes in the Flow of the Colorado River.

https://eos.org/meeting-reports/is-the-recent-drought-on-the-colorado-river-the-new-normal

Hazards & Disasters:

1. Westward Expansion, Technology, and Tornado Fatalities

By mining records from 1808 to 2017, researchers can now show just how many lives have likely been saved by technology like radar.

https://eos.org/articles/westward-expansion-technology-and-tornado-fatalities

2. What Do People Drink When They Think Their Tap Water Isn’t Safe?

An analysis of nationwide housing data shows that minority households disproportionately bear the multibillion-dollar economic burden that comes from believing their water is unsafe.

https://eos.org/research-spotlights/what-do-people-drink-when-they-think-their-tap-water-isnt-safe

Natural Resources:

1. Mystery of Green Icebergs May Soon Be Solved

Glaciologists report in a new study that they suspect iron oxides in rock dust from Antarctica’s mainland are giving some icebergs an unusual color.

https://eos.org/scientific-press/mystery-of-green-icebergs-may-soon-be-solved

Space & Planets:

1.Erupting Saltwater and the Bright Spots in Occator Crater, Ceres

Simulations show that pockets of brine that form from the addition of impact heat to the crust of Ceres could have erupted on the floor of Occator crater, explaining the presence of the bright spots.

https://eos.org/editor-highlights/erupting-saltwater-and-the-bright-spots-in-occator-crater-ceres

2. How Did We Miss This? An Upper Atmospheric Discovery Named STEVE

Captured unknowingly by scientific instruments for years, a sky phenomenon is finally brought to the attention of researchers by eagle-eyed citizen scientists.

https://eos.org/features/how-did-we-miss-this-an-upper-atmospheric-discovery-named-steve

3. Pluto's and Charon's Craters Reveal a Solar System Deficit

The New Horizons spacecraft recorded images of craters that imply an unexpected dearth of small objects in the Kuiper Belt.

https://eos.org/articles/plutos-and-charons-craters-reveal-a-solar-system-deficit

Atmospheric Sciences:

1. Westward Expansion, Technology, and Tornado Fatalities

By mining records from 1808 to 2017, researchers can now show just how many lives have likely been saved by technology like radar.

https://eos.org/articles/westward-expansion-technology-and-tornado-fatalities

2. Improving Estimates of Long-Term Climate Sensitivity

New modeling casts doubt on the suitability of running experiments with fixed sea surface temperatures to understand the effects of cloud aggregation on Earth's climate.

https://eos.org/research-spotlights/improving-estimates-of-long-term-climate-sensitivity

3. How Brown Carbon and Coatings on Black Carbon Affect Absorption

While ambient black carbon absorption is shown largely independent of coatings, distinct types of atmospheric brown carbon coexist, deriving from primary emissions and secondary processing.

https://eos.org/editor-highlights/how-brown-carbon-and-coatings-on-black-carbon-affect-absorption

Hydrology, Cryosphere & Earth Surface:

1. Mystery of Green Icebergs May Soon Be Solved

Glaciologists report in a new study that they suspect iron oxides in rock dust from Antarctica’s mainland are giving some icebergs an unusual color.

https://eos.org/scientific-press/mystery-of-green-icebergs-may-soon-be-solved

2. Formation of Sedimentary Deposits: Bypass Versus Mass Extraction

Grain size and sediment delivery pathways from the Ganges delta have been used to model downstream facies changes.

https://eos.org/editor-highlights/formation-of-sedimentary-deposits-bypass-versus-mass-extraction

 

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