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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, December 15, 2015

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on December 15, 2015

Some new papers from last few days:

Record-breaking temperatures in China during the warming and recent hiatus periods

Analysis of CO2 mole fraction data: first evidence of large-scale changes in CO2 uptake at high northern latitudes (open access)

Physical processes contributing to an ice free Beaufort Sea during September 2012

Enhanced warming of the northwest Atlantic Ocean under climate change

Modern to millennium-old greenhouse gases emitted from ponds and lakes of the Eastern Canadian Arctic (Bylot Island, Nunavut) (open access)

The political collapse of Chichén Itzá in climatic and cultural context

Spatial analysis of trends in primary production and relationship with large-scale climate variability in the Ross Sea, Antarctica (1997-2013)

Recent Hadley cell expansion: the role of internal atmospheric variability in reconciling modeled and observed trends

Analytic radiative-advective equilibrium as a model for high-latitude climate

Mortality risks during extreme temperature events (ETEs) using a distributed lag non-linear model

Vegetation dynamics and climate change on the Loess Plateau, China: 1982–2011

Flood risk and climate change in the Rotterdam area, The Netherlands: enhancing citizen’s climate risk perceptions and prevention responses despite skepticism (open access)

Antarctic icebergs distributions 1992-2014

Further Exploring and Quantifying Uncertainties for Extended Reconstructed Sea Surface Temperature (ERSST) Version 4 (v4)

Bias in the variance of gridded data sets leads to misleading conclusions about changes in climate variability

Timing of the first drainage of the Baltic Ice Lake synchronous with the onset of Greenland Stadial 1

Global spread of hypoxia in freshwater ecosystems during the last three centuries is caused by rising local human pressure

Assessing the influence of historic net and gross land changes on the carbon fluxes of Europe

Temporal dynamics influenced by global change: bee community phenology in urban, agricultural, and natural landscapes

Climate and land use changes will degrade the configuration of the landscape for titi monkeys in eastern Brazil

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