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.

Computing Atmospheric Excitation Functions for Earth Rotation/Polar Motion

By David Salstein
February 2, 2005

Cahiers du Centre Europeen de Geodynamique et de Seismologie

What do we know about low frequency signals in ocean angular momentum?

By Rui M. Ponte
January 21, 2005

Cahiers du Centre Européen de Géodynamique et de Séismologie

Mass, momentum, and geodynamics

By B.-J. Chao, David Salstein
January 3, 2005

Intraseasonal Variability of the Atmosphere-Ocean Climate System

Verification of Hellenic National Meteorological Service high resolution MM5 forecasts during the 2004 Athens Olympic games

By John M. Henderson, T. Scott Zaccheo
January 1, 2005

Symposium on Nowcasting and Very Short Range Forecasting, World Weather Research Program, Toulouse, France, CD- ROM, 5.12.

Filters for GRACE data analysis

By M. Fang, Rui M. Ponte, C. Wunsch, B.H. Hager
December 1, 2004

AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco