A new study reveals needle-like structures in positively charged lightning leaders
The observation, called "fast negative breakdown," documents a new possible way for lightning to form
Scientists have been interested in the effects of pollution on Arctic clouds because of their potential warming effect
A unique piece of equipment shines a light on the inner workings and formation of clouds
"This is one of the most critical but least understood parts of the process of how cold clouds form"
Atmospheric physicists at Michigan Tech use a turbulence-generating cloud chamber to better understand the details and droplets
Marine life cultivates half of the summer cloud droplets over the Southern Ocean.
Stereophotogrammetry provides unique window into clouds, thus improving climate models.
Research highlights a new link between plants and the atmosphere
Study shows why pollution results in larger, deeper and longer lasting storm clouds, leading to colder days and warmer nights.