Resource Library

Through revolutionary work we've earned a global reputation for the quality of our wide-ranging, in-depth studies of the Earth, its oceans, its atmosphere and the extraterrestrial forces that exert influence on our planet every day.

The AER Resource Library highlights research conducted by AER scientists – often in collaboration with colleagues in top universities and research organizations throughout the world. AER contributors are marked in bold.

Severe Weather Study Shows Potential of GNSS-RO

Type: Report In a novel application of space-based atmospheric measurements, Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) of Lexington, Massachusetts, in collaboration with GeoOptics of Pasadena, CA, is investigating the use of radio occultation (RO) measurements to improve severe weather forecasting.  Pairing state-of-the-art, high-fidelity weather models with the rapidly evolving technology o...

A Geoscience and Remote Sensing Research Paradigm in Industry

By Ronald G. Isaacs
June 23, 2014

IEEE Explore Digital Library

Anthropogenic emissions of methane in the United States

By Thomas Nehrkorn
November 25, 2013

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America PNAS

Solar Storm Risk to the North American Electric Grid

By Lloyds of London
May 22, 2013

Type: PDF The report "Solar Storm Risk to the North American Electric Grid: A Lloyds Space Weather Study" examines space weather risk to the electric grid and why this has important implications for the insurance industry. After a brief explanation of the characteristics of geomagnetic storms, the report analyzes the likelihood of extreme geomagnetic storms, specific vulnerabilities of the Nort...