Robert FitzRoy created the weather forecast and established a field of study no less relevant today than that popularized by his more famous associate, Charles Darwin.
GEO XI Takes the Pulse of the Planet
Coverage of the GEO XI in Geneva, Nov. 12-14, 2014.
Warm weather boosts hopes for rarest bumblebee's revival in Britain
Biomass in the Sahel: A Satellite Approach for the Future
The project intends to analyze how the current biomass deficit in the region of the Sahel causes an increase in both global temperature and the amount of gases in the atmosphere. Satellite images and free movement research documents were used.
Improving Numerical Weather Prediction Models and Data-Access Latencies
The data center community must work to allow researchers more time to spend on analyzing results and less time coding and worrying about file formats and data transfers. We identify some of the existing limitations of traditional archives, discuss examples of model data diagnostics, and explore the many benefits of providing archive-based computational resources on peta-scale databases.