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.

Global and regional studies of the excitation of earth rotation by the atmosphere/ocean system

By Rui M. Ponte, David Salstein, R.D. Rosen
August 27, 1990

Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Kanazawa, Japan

Momentum exchange between atmosphere, ocean, and solid Earth on 40-50 day time scales

By D.S. Gutzler, Rui M. Ponte
October 16, 1989

Climate Diagnostics Workshop, La Jolla

Hurricane Long Range Forecasts hCast-LR Brochure

By AER
December 30, 1982

Type: Brochure Resource File: hCast-LR.pdf

Hurricane Probabilistic Forecasts hCast-SR Brochure

By AER
December 30, 1982

Type: Brochure Resource File: hCast-SR.pdf

Seasonal Forecast sCast Brochure

By AER
December 30, 1982

Type: Brochure Resource File: sCast.pdf

Monthly Forecast mCast Brochure

By AER
December 30, 1982

Type: Brochure Resource File: mCast.pdf

Ensemble Forecast eCast Brochure

By AER
December 30, 1982

Type: Brochure Resource File: eCast.pdf

Moisture flux quantities from AMIP-2 models over North America

By David Salstein, R.D. Rosen
November 11, 1982

Proceedings of the 25th annual Climate Diagnostics and Prediction Workshop

Predicting Seasonal Weather, NSF special report on the improved forecast approach

August 10, 1982

Resource Link: http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/autumnwinter/index.jsp The AER Seasonal Forecast approach is highlighted in a special report “Predicting Seasonal Weather” by the National Science Foundation (NSF). “A forecast model developed by AER scientist Judah Cohen has achieved on-target forecasts for major cities in the industrialized countries.” “Weather impacts peoples' lives and...