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Temporal height distribution of the temperature deviation from 19 to 25 January 2008.
In Schwarz et al. [DOI: 10.1002/2016EA000234], image shows error correlation matrices from CP and MC methods: (a) Covariance propagated R and (b) Monte Carlo propagated R MC αs for statistically optimized bending angle, (c) propagated R r and (d) Monte Carlo R MC Nr for retrieved refractivity, (e) propagated R pdr and (f) Monte Carlo R MC pdr for retrieved dry pressure, and (g) propagated R Tdr and (h) Monte Carlo R MC Tdr for retrieved dry temperature.
In van Marle et al. [DOI: 10.1002/2016GB005445], Van Marle et al. reconstructed fire dynamics from 1973 to 2014 in the Amazon based
From Figure 15 of Sendrowski and Passalacqua, Process network showing the average connection between variables on the delta. (a) Process network indicating the relationships between variables that have been quantified (solid lines) and relationships with new variables to be measured (dashed lines). (b) Process network of WLD. The solid lines are the time scales of synchronization (white) and information ow (black). Dashed lines indicate the links to be measured among delta variables, such as nitrate and turbidity, at various locations.
In Schnur et al., eruptive vents observed in 2010. (a) Map showing linear arrangement of vents. (b) Phantom vent. (c) Sulfur vent. (d) Brimstone vent. (e) Styx vent. (f) Charon vent.
In Deng et al., satellite image of Hainan Island and the northern SCS. Yellow stars indicate sampling locations.
Galewsky et al. reviews how the isotopic composition of water vapor is impacted by deep convection and how it behaves within
Image shows ROV images of the hornitos at the summit of the Tagoro volcano: (a) Location on the images on the multibeam bathymetry from the 28 June 2012. (b) Deepest hornito formed by 4–5 m tall pyramid-like of agglutinated lava blocks intermixed with yellow hydrothermal deposits (115 m water depth). (c) Detail of degassing vents (yellow orifices) along the flanks of the chimney interpreted as active hydrothermal vents (118 m water depth). (d) Top of the shallowest “hornito” (89 m water depth) showing abundance of red flocculates covering the lava deposits. (e) Detail of the flank of a hornito showing white bacterial mats. (f ) Detail the tapestry of red to orange amorphous Fe-oxyhydroxide flocculates covering the overall summit of the Tagoro volcanic edifice.
In Iavorivska et al. [DOI: 10.1002/2016JD026027], spatial distribution of annual wet atmospheric DOC deposition across Pennsylvania in 2012.
In Pohl et al., analysis of the patterns of marine primary productivity and oxygen concentration simulated using the 440 Ma land-sea mask and a solar forcing level of 350 W m−2. (a) Surface primary productivity. White and red dots respectively stand for sediments of Katian age associated with dysoxic-to-oxic and at least intermittently anoxic conditions (i.e., black shales, including interbedded black shales), after
In Smart et al., image shows results of the updated classification algorithm at Shrimp Vent with the main area of sampling indicated by the dashed white circle. (a) 2D photomosaic of the Shrimp Vent area showing the distribution of bacterial mats and seafloor characteristics. (b) Gridded results of the SVM classification method showing seafloor (blue), bacteria (green) and active venting (yellow). (c)Classification algorithm results showing only areas of active venting in red indicating the spatial distribution of active venting.
(a) Optical image of 360° canopy edge around the large gap and associated thermal images on
Pryor et al. [DOI: 10.1002/2016JD025854] computed fluxes of ultra-fine particles (UFP) above and below the canopy of a mature deciduous
image shows macrocracks visible within an internal vertical saw-cut face of tuffeau blocks (a) 1,
benthic foraminifer accumulation rates during Termination I in core MD07‐3076Q. (a) Accumulation
image shows the occurrences of the pseudotachylytes in the Bajiaomiao village. (a–c) The pseudotachylyte veins present
In Uhlemann et al. [DOI: 10.1002/2016JF003983], image shows change in GMC from baseline model (Figure 7). Red colors indicate a relative
The orientation circles in the orbital coordinate system calculated for 132 amplitudes A measured during the 3 day period (26–29 October 2015). The intersection of the circles indicates the satellite spin axis orientation (az
imuth = 18.7°, elevation = −7.8°);
the position of the orbital perigee is at azimuth = 0°, elevation = 0°.
Arteaga et al. calculated the carbon biomass of marine algae (phytoplankton) in