AGW Observer

Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, November 30, 2015

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on November 30, 2015

Some new papers from last few days:

The contribution of Paris to limit global warming to 2 °C (open access)

How increasing CO2 leads to an increased negative greenhouse effect in Antarctica

Early Warning Signals for Abrupt Change Raise False Alarms During Sea Ice Loss

Variability and evolution of global land surface phenology over the past three decades (1982-2012)

Top ten European heatwaves since 1950 and their occurrence in the coming decades (open access)

Anthropogenic aerosol deposition reduces the sensitivity of oceanic productivity to warming

Obliquity-driven expansion of North Atlantic sea ice during the last glacial

On the enigmatic similarity in Greenland δ18O between the Oldest and Younger Dryas

Revealing glacier flow and surge dynamics from animated satellite image sequences: examples from the Karakoram (open access)

Transitivity of the climate–vegetation system in a warm climate (open access)

Does GOSAT capture the true seasonal cycle of carbon dioxide? (open access)

Hurricane Names: A Bunch of Hot Air? (open access)

Bite without Bark: How The socioeconomic context of the 1950s U.S. drought minimized responses to a multiyear extreme climate event (open access)

Glaciomorphological Map of the Russian Federation

Drought stress impacts of climate change on rainfed rice in South Asia

Temperature, extreme precipitation, and diurnal rainfall changes in the urbanized Jakarta city during the past 130 years

Climate-induced mortality of spruce stands in Belarus (open access)

Land use patterns and related carbon losses following deforestation in South America (open access)

Potential emissions of CO2 and methane from proved reserves of fossil fuels: An alternative analysis

Sensitivity of carbon budgets to permafrost carbon feedbacks and non-CO2 forcings (open access)

Changes in the 1963–2013 shallow ground thermal regime in Russian permafrost regions (open access)

Energy use, blue water footprint, and greenhouse gas emissions for current food consumption patterns and dietary recommendations in the US

Switching from fossil fuel to renewables in residential heating systems: An empirical study of homeowners’ decisions in Germany

Freshwater biota and rising pCO2?


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