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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, September 22, 2015

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on September 22, 2015

Some new papers from last few days:

Modern glacier velocities across the Icefield Ranges, St Elias Mountains, and variability at selected glaciers from 1959 to 2012

Historically unprecedented global glacier decline in the early 21st century

Ice thickness measurements and volume estimates for glaciers in Norway

Direct measurements of World Ocean tidal currents with surface drifters

Observational evidence of strengthening of the Brewer-Dobson circulation since 1980

Abrupt shifts in phenology and vegetation productivity under climate extremes

The Influence of Sea Ice Dynamics on the Climate Sensitivity and Memory to Increased Antarctic Sea Ice

ENSO-like Variability: 1900-2013

Coordinated Global and Regional Climate Modelling

Coupled Northern Hemisphere permafrost–ice-sheet evolution over the last glacial cycle (open access)

Building a sustained climate assessment process

Relationships between maximum temperature and heat-related illness across North Carolina, USA

The effect of temperature on arson incidence in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The influence of historical climate changes on Southern Ocean marine predator populations: a comparative analysis

Warmer, deeper and greener mixed layers in the north Atlantic subpolar gyre over the last 50 years

Ships’ logbooks from the Arctic in the pre-instrumental period (open access)

Summertime atmosphere–ocean preconditionings for the Bering Sea ice retreat and the following severe winters in North America (open access)

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