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13 February 2019

Mining climate models for seasonal forecasts

A team of scientists has figured out a shortcut way to produce skillful seasonal climate forecasts with a fraction of the computing power normally needed.

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17 April 2018

Scientists decipher the magma bodies under Yellowstone

Using supercomputer modeling, scientists have unveiled a new explanation for the geology underlying recent seismic imaging of magma bodies below Yellowstone National Park.

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28 March 2018

Study reveals potential stability of ocean processes despite climate change

In a new study published in Global Biogeochemical Cycles, a journal of the American Geophysical Union, Pearse Buchanan, a scientist at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies at the University of Tasmania, and his team integrated new, dynamic ways of representing marine ecosystem processes in ocean models. In applying them, they found that a more realistic representation of the marine ecosystem helped the ocean to take up and store carbon at similar rates regardless of global changes in physical properties, like temperature, salinity and circulation.

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28 February 2018

New model suggests the Moon formed inside the vaporized Earth

A new explanation for the Moon’s origin has it forming inside the Earth when our planet was a seething, spinning cloud of vaporized rock, called a synestia.

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21 December 2017

Organic aerosols in remote areas have shorter lives than scientists assumed

Scientists find the lifetime of organic aerosols in the upper atmosphere is on the order of 10 days, far shorter than scientists previously assumed.

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15 December 2017

High-resolution climate models present alarming new projections for U.S.

Researchers have developed new, high-resolution climate models that may help policymakers mitigate the effects of climate change at a local level.

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20 February 2013

LASI V: Silica Flour Crust and Vegetable Oil Magma– Using Laboratory Experiments to Better Understand Ground Deformation, Magma Movement, and Volcanic Eruptions

Note: Dr. Olivier Galland, a senior researcher at the Physics of Geological Processes Center of Excellence at the University of Oslo, presented a talk, “Ground deformation associated with shallow magma intrusions” at the LASI V conference in Port Elizabeth, South Africa in October 2012. The article below is based on this talk and also an interview with Dr. Galland. Over a few weeks, I am highlighting some of the research …

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