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Lake and sea ice and their snow covers are major components of Earthâs cryosphere and act to strongly modify climatic and biological systems. Both ice types serve as an important habitat for micro-fauna and support macro-fauna and strongly modify the exchange of energy, gases, and momentum...
To estimate the visibility during snowfall, we compare hourly visibility (Vis) measurements with radar reflectivity factor (Z) measurements sampled over Edmonton International Airport during snowfall events from October 2010 to April 2011. The (Z, Vis) scatter diagrams showed that increasing Z...
Evaluation of Radar and Cameras as Tools for Automating the Monitoring of Waterbirds at Industrial SitesDownload
Conflict occurs between people and birds at industrial sites around the world, where birds can endanger human lives (e.g. airports) and where bird populations are endangered by human activities (e.g. wind farms). Mitigating these conflicts requires accurate detection of birds and measures of...
A nonlinear two-dimensional fluid model describing excitation of the ionospheric Alfven resonator by a shear Alfven wave coming from the magnetosphere is developed. Initially, the plasma is in an equilibrium defined by a balance between the gravity, electric field, and pressure gradient forces....
Using a compressible, three-dimensional resistive monohydrodynamic (MHD) computer simulation code, we examine the evolution of standing wave field line resonances (FLRs) in the nightside of the Earth's magnetosphere. The MHD code that is used allows for a full nonlinear description and enables us...