View Vol. 5 ,  Iss. 1 (January 2022)

Journal of Atmospheric Science Research

ISSN: 2630-5119 (Online)

Vol. 5 , Iss. 1 (January 2022)


  • GIS & Remote Sensing Based Morphometric Parameters and Topographic Changes of the Lower Orashi River in Niger Delta

    Desmond Eteh, Edirin Akpofure, Solomon Otobo

    Article ID: 3873
    258  (Abstract) 65  (Download)


    In watershed hydrology, the morphometric features of a river basin are vital to examine the lower Orashi River basin morphological and hydrological aspects, as well as its flood potential, based on their morphometric characteristics using remotely sensed SRTM data that was analyzed with ArcGIS software. The areal, linear, and relief aspects of the Orashi... More

  • Reasons for Modern Warming: Hypotheses and Facts

    Nikolai Nikolaevich Zavalishin

    Article ID: 4080
    248  (Abstract) 81  (Download)


    Two hypotheses of modern warming are considered: natural and anthropogenic. The probabilities of each of them are compared. It is proved that the hypothesis of natural warming is much more likely than the hypothesis of anthropogenic warming. It is shown that the displacement of the Sun from the center of mass of the solar system... More

  • A Preliminary Exploration of the Functional Value Assessment of Ecosystem Services in Aral City

    Guona Luo, Xiancan Li, Shuang Liu, Muhang Li, Shuya Zhang

    Article ID: 4086
    211  (Abstract) 49  (Download)


    Using the principles and methods of eco-economics as the research object, Aral City comprehensively expounds the ecological service functions such as ecosystem regulation of climate, carbon sequestration, soil conservation, water conservation and purification environment, and evaluates its economic value.The total value of the estimated 2021 is 1303.65 million yuan. At the same time, the... More

  • Advanced Method for Forecasting and Warning of Severe Convective Weather and Local-scale Hazards

    V. Spiridonov, N. Sladić, B. Jakimovski, M. Ćurić

    Article ID: 4375
    428  (Abstract) 79  (Download)


    Hurricane Ida ferociously affected many south-eastern and eastern parts of the United States, making it one of the strongest hurricanes in recent years. Advanced forecast and warning tool has been used to track the path of the ex-Hurricane, Ida, as it left New Orleans on its way towards the northeast, accurately predicting significant supercell... More