How to get away with hosting a session at a national conference you’ve never been to.

First timers can host awesome sessions too! Find the right people to present, and the rest is magic. The American Geophysical Union (AGU) fall meeting is a bustling crowd of environmental researchers from around the globe. This year, we convened in Washington. D.C. and celebrated the centennial of the organization. According to AGU online, the …

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Climate Change 101: Gridded Datasets of Upper Atmospheric Measurements

Gridded datasets take point measurements of climate variables and then combines them in one of the following ways: Averaging climate values or anomolies of the stations located within a grid's cell Interpolation of climate or anomolies, which is based on the distance between the stations the values are collected from Interpolation that not only is …

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Climate Change 101: The Climate System’s Dynamic Relationship

If you're new to climate systems, meteorology, or biophysical science in general, take a look here to get some good background knowledge: http://www.physicalgeography.net The major components in the climate system is an interlocking relationship between the following: Atmosphere Hydrophere (oceans, lakes, rivers) Cryosphere (snow and ice) Lithosphere (land surface and "deep" Earth) Marine and terrestrial …

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