Each month we feature specific Divisions of EGU and during the monthly GeoRoundup we will be putting the journals that publish science from those Divisions at the top of the Highlights roundup. For February, the Divisions we are featuring are: Geosciences Instrumentation and Data Systems (GI), Planetary & Solar System Sciences (PS) and Solar-Terrestrial Sciences (ST). They are served by the journals: Geoscientific Model Development (GMD), Annales Geophysicae (ANGEO) and Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems (GI).
An experiment concerning the static magnetic interference of the UAV was conducted to assess the severity of the interference of a hybrid vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV.
(Editors note: this publication uses a term that is not currently supported by EGU’s guidelines for inclusive language, which instead recommends the term ‘uncrewed’ to refer to UAV’s)
Coordinating an operational data distribution network for CMIP6 data – 17 February 2021
The distribution of data contributed to the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 6 (CMIP6) is via the Earth System Grid Federation (ESGF). The ESGF is a network of internationally distributed sites that together work as a federated data archive.
Synchronized spatial shifts of Hadley and Walker circulations – 22 February 2021
The transient sensitivity of sea level rise – 18 February 2021
Review article: Earth’s ice imbalance – 9 February 2021
Macroscopic water vapor diffusion is not enhanced in snow – 12 February 2021
EGU Science in the News
A snapshot of recent English-speaking news coverage from around the globe based on research published in EGU’s 19 open access journals:
- Earth Loses 1.2 Trillion Tons of Ice Per Year, a Nearly 60% Increase From 1994, Smithsonian
- Decaying Urban Gas Lines Are Fueling Global Warming, Bloomberg Green
- New study warns that sea levels will rise faster than expected, Mongabay
- A New Day for the Climate, The New Yorker
- Come offset with me: how new policies are encouraging researchers to limit the environmental impact of air travel, Science Business
- Global ice loss is catching up to worse-case scenario predictions, World Economic Forum