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AUGUST 17, 2020

A New Perspective on the Asian Summer Monsoon

PNNL researchers used a new method for fingerprinting the sources of rainfall changes in tropical circulations. This new method was applied to the Asian Summer Monsoon (ASM) in DOE’s Energy Exascale Earth System Model.
AUGUST 12, 2020

Predicting Warm Season Precipitation

PNNL and University of Arizona researchers evaluated the performance of the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model in simulating precipitation under different weather patterns.
AUGUST 7, 2020

Solving a MOF Mystery

This research addresses two topics that are not well understood in literature: the interplay between organic linkers and substrates during MOF crystallization, as well as the mechanisms that control heterostructure formation in solutions.
AUGUST 5, 2020

On the Radar: Hot Spots for Serious Storms

Cloud and precipitation characteristics observed by the Global Precipitation Measurement spaceborne radar allowed researchers to establish, for the first time, a global map of mesoscale convective systems in mid- and high-latitude regions.