Stories with the tag: Atmospheric Science
High concentrations of tiny pollution particles can invigorate cloud formation and boost snowfall on mountains, according to a new study.
Release Date: 4/21/2017
A new window on the Arctic region is opening up, thanks to a new unmanned aerial system that has taken to the skies.
Release Date: 4/14/2017
Rick Corley has been honored for his work modeling the full chain of human respiration, from organ, to tissue, to cell, and down to individual molecule.
Release Date: 4/7/2017
The rate of plant photosynthesis globally has blossomed this century, according to a new study in the journal Nature by a scientist at the Joint Global Change Research Institute and his colleagues.
Release Date: 4/5/2017
A study of mountaintop clouds over Colorado has delivered crucial information to help answer several scientific questions, including how Saharan dust affects clouds over North America.
Release Date: 3/24/2017
PNNL's Ruby Leung and Johannes Lercher elected to membership in the National Academy of Engineering.
Release Date: 2/13/2017
Super typhoons grow more intense when their fresh rains reduce the ocean below's salinity.
Release Date: 1/4/2017
Scientists have witnessed the birth of atmospheric ice clouds, creating ice cloud crystals in the laboratory and then taking images of the process through a microscope.
Release Date: 12/20/2016
PNNL scientists will discuss their research on more than 100 topics at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco next week.
Release Date: 12/8/2016
The temperature difference between the Southern Great Plains and the ocean produces winds that carry moisture from the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Plains, fueling more intense storms as the climate warms.
Release Date: 12/1/2016