Monthly Archives: September 2019

Do we have an appropriate description of energetic particles in the Earth’s outer radiation belt?

By: Oliver Allanson Figure 1: A particle undergoes Brownian motion. The short answer: probably not, at least not all of the time. In our state-of-the-art and physics-based numerical experiments, we analyse the motion of 100 million individual high-energy electrons that evolve … Continue reading

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Climate change is spinning up the global energy and water cycles.

By: Richard Allan I was unfortunate enough to mildly injure my middle finger by typing too frenetically on a train journey from Toulouse returning from an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change meeting. I soon forgot about this by luckily stepping … Continue reading

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