Science Highlights

Innovative New Approach to Horizontal Wind Retrievals from NASA High-Altitude Airborne Radars Will Advance Understanding of Storm Dynamics

Five Years of GPM Observations Reveal Land Surface Response to Precipitation

International Study Highlights Gaps to Address with Future Spaceborne Cloud and Precipitation Radars

Radar Observations Discover Impact of Waves on Hurricane Secondary Eyewall Formation

Combined Lidar-Polarimeter Observations Enable Novel Classification of Cirrus Cloud Ice Crystal Habits

Recent Advances in the Goddard CSH Algorithm for GPM Expand Capabilities to Address Extratropical Precipitation

Development and Evaluation of the Raindrop Size Distribution Parameters Provides Vital Ground-Truth for the NASA Global Precipitation Measurement Mission

Estimation of the Wind Vector over Ocean in the Presence of Rain Using a Dual-Frequency Airborne Scatterometer

POLARRIS: A POLArimetric Radar Retrieval and Instrument Simulator

Lifecycle of An Madden Juliuan Oscillation (MJO) Event Simulated with Cloud-Resolving Models and Well Validated with Multiple Radars

Chemical Transport Model Recreates Vertical and Spatial Propagation of Stratospheric Smoke Plume Using Space Based Lidar (CATS & CALIOP) Constrained Aerosol Emission Injection Altitudes

Model Planetary Boundary Layer Heights and Ground-Based, Airborne, and Satellite Lidar Data Provide New Insight on Air Quality