A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
[ice-sheets] concerns questions on the large present and past continental scale ice sheets, such as Antarctica, Greenland, the Laurentide, Fennoscandian and Alpine ice sheets.
For questions related to Geographic Information Systems: any digital tool that is designed to obtain, edit, analyze, and present spatially organized data.
Questions related to an organized collection of a large amount of persistent data.
A tsunami is a series of waves that occur right after the displacement of a large amount of water. Use this tag for questions about tsunamis, why they happen, and how they occur.
Questions about frozen seawater, not about floating icebergs.
Questions referring to the amount of salt in a body of water such as oceans.
Questions about ECMWF re-analysis
Use mesoscale tag for atmospheric processes with a horizontal extension from 2 km up to 2000 km. Examples are: thunderstorms, sea breezes, squall lines, fronts, tropical cyclones
For questions pertaining to land and waters above 60 degrees North.
Questions about the processes, theories and evidence for the formation of planetary bodies, mostly the Earth.
A weather event that's significantly outside the norm for its time and place
NetCDF (Network Common Data Form) is a self-describing data format developed by University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR).
The El Niño Southern Oscillation, including El Niño and La Ninã
Paleogeography is the study of past arrangements of the Earth surface.
Resources are essential commodities required by every organism, and usually come at a prize, and are connected with trade-offs.
Questions concerning the gaseous phase of water