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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, September 14, 2015

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on September 14, 2015

Some new papers from last few days:

Eurasian winter cooling in the warming hiatus of 1998–2012

Noble gases trace Greenland’s surface and submarine melt in the ocean

Observations of the Summer Breakup of an Arctic Sea Ice Cover

Sea ice convergence along the Arctic coasts of Greenland and the Canadian Arctic Archipelago: Variability and extremes (1992–2014)

Climatic consequences of a Pine Island Glacier collapse

Fatalities in the United States Indirectly Associated with Atlantic Tropical Cyclones

Atmospheric impact of Arctic sea ice loss in a coupled ocean-atmosphere simulation

Drought Adaptation and Climate Change Beliefs Amongst Working Ranchers in Montana

Linear trends and closures of 10-year observations of AIRS stratospheric channels

Impact of Holocene climate variability on Arctic vegetation

Why does precipitation in northwest China show a significant increasing trend from 1960 to 2010?

Adapting to climate change in shifting landscapes of belief

Climatology and trend of wind power resources in China and its surrounding regions: a revisit using Climate Forecast System Reanalysis data

The timing of anthropogenic emergence in simulated climate extremes (open access)

The effectiveness of net negative carbon dioxide emissions in reversing anthropogenic climate change (open access)

How you talk about climate change matters: A communication network perspective on epistemic skepticism and belief strength

Biomass sustainability criteria: Greenhouse gas accounting issues for biogas and biomethane facilities


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