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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, September 30, 2015

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on September 30, 2015

Some new papers from last few days:

Southern Ocean buoyancy forcing of ocean ventilation and glacial atmospheric CO2

Projected changes to Tasman Sea eddies in a future climate

Organic carbon remobilized from thawing permafrost is re-sequestered by reactive iron on the Eurasian Arctic Shelf

Sensitivity of Soil Water Availability to Changing Snowmelt Timing in the Western U.S.

Contribution of increased Agulhas leakage to tropical Atlantic warming

Simulation of black carbon in snow and its climate impact in the Canadian Global Climate Model (open access)

CryoSat-2 delivers monthly and inter-annual surface elevation change for Arctic ice caps (open access)

To what extent could functional diversity be a useful tool in inferring ecosystem responses to past climate changes?

The impact of Indonesian peatland degradation on downstream marine ecosystems and the global carbon cycle

The complementarity and comparability of climate change adaptation and mitigation

Forest Biogeochemistry in Response to Drought

Reframing adaptation: The political nature of climate change adaptation

China’s air pollution reduction efforts may result in an increase in surface ozone levels in highly polluted areas

Ensemble flood risk assessment in Europe under high end climate scenarios

Power to change: Analysis of household participation in a renewable energy and energy efficiency programme in Central Australia


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