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.
Applied to questions about the use of instruments in earth sciences.
Questions about ECMWF re-analysis
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.
For questions related to Geographic Information Systems: any digital tool that is designed to obtain, edit, analyze, and present spatially organized data.
A weather event that's significantly outside the norm for its time and place
Questions referring to the amount of salt in a body of water such as oceans.
Paleogeography is the study of past arrangements of the Earth surface.
Questions about frozen seawater, not about floating icebergs.
The El Niño Southern Oscillation, including El Niño and La Ninã
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
The theory of the electric and magnetic fields, both in the static and dynamic case, in relation of the Earth.
The upper-atmosphere is the part of earth's atmosphere that is above the homosphere (where all gases are well mixed) and starts at approximatly 100km. When asking questions specifically about the uppe…
NetCDF (Network Common Data Form) is a self-describing data format developed by University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR).
Questions concerning the gaseous phase of water
Naturally forming sedimentary calcium carbonate. Often contains fossils, indicative of a past marine environment.