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This Looks Like That There: Interpretable Neural Networks for Image Tasks When Location Matters

A recent study in AIES introduces a new machine learning model specifically designed for image analysis in Earth system science applications and demonstrates its use for two Earth science use cases.

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Significance Statements
Significance Statements

Significance statements are optional statements written in plain language that focus on why the work matters and provide additional context for why the work is relevant to science and society. Authors submitting to AMS Journals (except BAMS) now can include a Significance Statement as part of their paper. Visit our significance statements page for more information.

A Spatiotemporal Perspective on the 31 May 2013 Tornado Evacuation in the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
A Spatiotemporal Perspective on the 31 May 2013 Tornado Evacuation in the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area

A large-scale evacuation of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area occurred on 31 May 2013 as a result of a very large and dangerous tornado that had formed near the town of El Reno and was moving east toward Oklahoma City. A recent study in WCAS seeks to understand the magnitude of this evacuation through the evaluation of traffic volume data and to determine how frequently such evacuations occur in Oklahoma City and other metropolitan areas.

Global Assessment of the Capability of Satellite Precipitation Products to Retrieve Landslide-Triggering Extreme Rainfall Events
Global Assessment of the Capability of Satellite Precipitation Products to Retrieve Landslide-Triggering Extreme Rainfall Events

A new article in EI describes the first global assessment of the potential of three high-resolution precipitation datasets, derived from satellite observations, to capture the rainfall characteristics of 20 storms that led to widespread landsliding.

A Climatology of Snow Squalls in Southern New England 1994–2018
A Climatology of Snow Squalls in Southern New England 1994–2018

Snow squalls, a sudden burst of heavy snow and gusty winds, can create hazardous road conditions that can lead to traffic jams and crashes. A recent MWR article examines a climatology of non-lake-effect snow squall events in southern New England and investigates the synoptic environment and mesoscale factors conducive to their formation.

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