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A New Digital Bathymetric Model of the World's Oceans

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Pauline Weatherall, K. M. Marks, Martin Jakobsson, Thierry Schmitt, Shin Tani, Jan‐Erik Arndt, Marzia Rovere, Dale Chayes, Vicki Ferrini, Rochelle Wigley
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Key Points

  • GEBCO_2014, a digital global bathymetric model, is documented
  • 33% of ocean grid cells have been updated from previous version
  • updated regional bathymetric compilations and other data incorporated
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Influence of volcanic eruptions on midlatitude upper tropospheric aerosol and consequences for cirrus clouds

Authors
Johan Friberg, Bengt G. Martinsson, Moa K. Sporre, Sandra M. Andersson, Carl A. M. Brenninkmeijer, Markus Hermann, Peter F.J. van Velthoven, Andreas Zahn
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Key Points

  • CARIBIC particulate sulfur concentrations combined with MODIS cirrus reflectance
  • Downwelling volcanic aerosol influence UT sulfurous aerosol concentrations
  • Volcanic aerosol decreased midlatitude cirrus cloud reflectance
Open Access
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Experimental modeling of CO2–fluid–rock interaction: the evolution of the composition and properties of host rocks in the Baltic Region

Authors
Kazbulat Shogenov, Alla Shogenova, Olga Vizika‐Kavvadias, Jean‐François Nauroy
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  • Rocks from four onshore and offshore Baltic structures were studied
  • CO2 injection‐like experiment caused alterations in rock properties
  • Dissolution of carbonate cement caused increase in porosity and permeability
Open Access
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An Update to the Horizontal Wind Model (HWM): The Quiet Time Thermosphere

Authors
Douglas P. Drob, John T. Emmert, John W. Meriwether, Jonathan J. Makela, Eelco Doornbos, Mark Conde, Gonzalo Hernandez, John Noto, Katherine A. Zawdie, Sarah E. McDonald, et al
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Key Points

  • The Horizontal Wind Model has been updated.
  • New data fills observational gaps
  • Empirical specifications are consistent with ionospheric models
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