Atmospheric Science and Technology



Through studies of objects and targets on Earth, in the near-Earth environment and in the ocean and in deep space, NRL researchers can develop information systems to analyze, simulate, predict and interpret the structure of processes that can affect Naval weapons and communications systems. Download the Atmospheric Science and Technology section research articles here Atmospheric_2012.pdf.

Research Articles
  • Real-Time Prediction of Tropical Cyclone Intensity Using COAMPS-TC
    J.D. Doyle, R.M. Hodur, S. Chen, H. Jin, Y. Jin, J. Moskaitis, A. Reinecke, P. Black, J. Cummings, E. Hendricks, T. Holt, C.-S. Liou, M. Peng, K. Sashegyi, J. Schmidt, and S. Wang

  • Cirrus Cloud Seeding by Stratospheric Volcanic Aerosol Particles
    J.R. Campbell, M.D. Fromm, N.A. Krotkov, S.A. Stewart, E.J. Welton, and K. Yang

  • Merging Geographic Information Systems Technologies with Environmental Prediction
    C. Hutchins, J. Cook, M. Frost, D. Martinez, D. Geiszler, Q. Zhao, P. Harasti, J. Kent, and G. Love

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