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It has been suggested that the ice shell of Jupiter's moon Europa may drift non‐synchronously due to tidal torques. Here we argue that torques applied by the underlying ocean are also important and can result in non‐synchronous rotation. The resulting spin rate can be slightly slower than the...
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Climate change is expected to increase drought intensity and frequency, which are commonly predicted will threaten the survival of forests. Most forest die‐off projections assume that recent tree mortality will not alter die‐off severity during subsequent droughts. We tested this assumption by...
Radiative cooling of the lowest atmospheric levels is of strong importance for modulating atmospheric circulations and organizing convection, but detailed observations and a robust theoretical understanding are lacking. Here we use unprecedented observational constraints from subsidence regimes...
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