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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, September 5, 2015

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on September 5, 2015

Some new papers from last few days:

Dramatically increased rate of observed hot record-breaking in recent Australian temperatures

Ice thickness in the Northwest Passage

Positive tropical marine low-cloud cover feedback inferred from cloud-controlling factors

Evidence for Weakening of the Walker Circulation from Cloud Observations

Positive feedback in climate: stabilization or runaway, illustrated by a simple experiment

Need for Caution in Interpreting Extreme Weather Statistics

Quantifying the resolution level where the GRACE satellites can separate Greenland’s glacial mass balance from surface mass balance (open access)

Complementing thermosteric sea level rise estimates (open access)

Is there a solar signal in lower stratospheric water vapour? (open access)

Ocean heat content variability and change in an ensemble of ocean reanalyses (open access)

Irreducible uncertainty in near-term climate projections (open access)

Using historical climate observations to understand future climate change crop yield impacts in the Southeastern US

Scientific advocacy, environmental interest groups, and climate change: are climate skeptic portrayals of climate scientists as biased accurate?

Impacts of climate change on the hydrology of two Natura 2000 sites in Northern Greece

Exploring the economic case for climate action in cities

Permafrost hydrology in changing climatic conditions: seasonal variability of stable isotope composition in rivers in discontinuous permafrost (open access)

Climate change impacts on US agriculture and forestry: benefits of global climate stabilization (open access)


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