SPARC Science update: 14 July – 20 July

A selection of new science articles from the past week of interest to the SPARC community (a SPARC Office choice).


Highlight article (office choice):

An analysis of ways to decarbonize conference travel after COVID-19. By M. Klöwer et al. in nature

(pdf available upon email request to the SPARC office)


GLOBE Observer Data: 2016‐2019. By H.M. Amos et al. in Earth and Space Science.

Changes in future synoptic circulation patterns: consequences for extreme event attribution. By D. Farada et al. in the Geophysical Research Letters.

Short-lived climate forcers have long-term climate impacts via the carbon–climate feedback. By B. Fu et al. in Nature Climate Change.

Context for interpreting equilibrium climate sensitivity and transient climate response from the CMIP6 Earth system models. By G.A. Meehl et al. in Science Advances.

Study of the dependence of long-term stratospheric ozone trends on local solar time. By E. Maillard Barras et al. in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.

Intermittency of Gravity Waves in the Antarctic troposphere and lower stratosphere revealed by the PANSY radar observation. By Y. Minamihara, K. Sato, and M. Tsutsumi in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.


Discussion papers – open for comments:

Monitoring Sudden Stratospheric Warmings using radio occultation: a new approach demonstrated based on the 2009 event. By Y. Li et al. in Atmospheric measurement Techniques.

Stratospheric ozone and QBO interaction with the tropical troposphere on intraseasonal and interanual time-scales: a wave interaction perspective. By B. Raphaldini et al. in Earth System Dynamics.