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.

Low frequency inverted barometer signals and the sea level record

By Rui M. Ponte
December 1, 2005

AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco

Some aspects of ocean modeling relevant for geodetic applications

By Rui M. Ponte
November 5, 2005

Kyoto University Active Geosphere Investigation for 21st Century, Wuhan, China

Physical retrieval of cloud-top properties using optimal spectral sampling

SPIE Optics and Photonics 2005 - Atmospheric and Environmental Remote Sensing Data Processing and Utilization

Comment on “The life cycles of the Northern Hemisphere Sudden Stratospheric Warmings”

By Judah Cohen, David Salstein
July 15, 2005

American Meteorological Society: Notes and Correspondence

Oceanic response to surface loading effects neglected in volume-conserving models

By Rui M. Ponte
July 8, 2005

Journal of Physical Oceanography

WRF module optimization study

By Thomas Nehrkorn, George D. Modica
June 27, 2005

Joint WRF/MM5 Users’ Workshop. NCAR, Boulder, CO, 27–30 June 2005.

Hydrologic extremes in Central-Southwest Asia

By David Salstein, M. Barlow
June 6, 2005

EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union

Low frequency sea level variability and the inverted barometer effect

By Rui M. Ponte
May 30, 2005

Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology