Warm water creeps into Central Pacific

Otherwise-calm | by By Carol Rasmussen, NASA’s Earth Science News Team Online — After a mild La Niña late last year, temperatures, convection and rainfall rates in the equatorial Pacific Ocean returned to normal by early April of this …

Hyperspectral imaging on underwater robots

AIMS Technology Transformation and the Blue ROV2 Online  —  Researchers from the Australian Institute of Marine Science have broken new ground while testing aerial and underwater robots at sea. Such new developments could allow greater monitoring…

Humidity Measurement Module for OEMs

E+E’s EE1900 humidity module Online —  The EE1900 humidity module is optimized for the measurement of relative humidity (RH) or dew point temperature (Td) in climate and test chambers. With outstanding temperature compensation across the wo…

Vaisala’s Lightning Detection Technology Delivers the Most Precise Measurements

Siemens Extends 15-year Cooperation with Vaisala Online — Sensors built by Vaisala detect over 98% of all cloud-to-ground lightning flashes. The network of sensors locate these ground lightning flashes with a median accuracy of better than 200 me…

NOAA & AMS to announce findings of State of the Climate

Online — On Wed., 1 August, scientists from NOAA and the American Meteorological Society will discuss key findings from the peer-reviewed State of the Climate report, which examines temperature, precipitation and weather events throughout the wor…

Human influence detected in changing seasons

By Anne M Stark, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Online — For the first time, scientists from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and five other organizations have shown that human influences significantly impact the size of the …