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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, December 21, 2015

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on December 21, 2015

Some new papers from last few days:

Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe (open access)

A reduction in marine primary productivity driven by rapid warming over the tropical Indian Ocean

Emergence of human influence on summer record-breaking temperatures over Europe

Mass gains of the Antarctic ice sheet exceed losses

Environmental responses of the Northeast Antarctic Peninsula to the Holocene climate variability

Future circulation changes off West Antarctica: Sensitivity of the Amundsen Sea Low to projected anthropogenic forcing

Measurements and modelling of snow particle size and shortwave infrared albedo over a melting Antarctic ice sheet (open access)

Summertime evolution of snow specific surface area close to the surface on the Antarctic Plateau (open access)

Regional variability of a projected sea ice-free Arctic during the summer months (open access)

Episodic warming of near-bottom waters under the Arctic sea ice on the central Laptev Sea shelf

Consequences of future increased arctic runoff on Arctic Ocean stratification, circulation, and sea ice cover

Spectral albedo and transmittance of thin young Arctic sea ice

Indirect aerosol effect increases CMIP5 models projected Arctic warming

Anthropogenic and natural contributions to the Southeast Pacific precipitation decline and recent mega-drought in central Chile

Projected changes in east Australian midlatitude cyclones during the 21st century

Mid-Holocene permafrost: Results from CMIP5 simulations

In-situ based reanalysis of the global ocean temperature and salinity with ISAS: variability of the heat content and steric height

Global reconstructions of glacier mass change during the 20th century are consistent (open access)

Effects of global change during the 21st century on the nitrogen cycle (open access)

Climate-vegetation modelling and fossil plant data suggest low atmospheric CO2 in the late Miocene (open access)

Continental-scale temperature variability in PMIP3 simulations and PAGES 2k regional temperature reconstructions over the past millennium (open access)

Is extensive terrestrial carbon dioxide removal a ‘green’ form of geoengineering? A global modelling study

Ancient Juniper trees growing on cliffs: towards a long Mediterranean tree-ring chronology

A new paleoclimate classification for deep time

The intensification of thermal extremes in west Africa

Facing climatic hazards: Paleolithic foragers and Neolithic farmers

Climate change impacts in Central Asia and their implications for development

Climate-induced human displacement: a case study of Cyclone Aila in the south-west coastal region of Bangladesh

Seventeen-year trends in spring and autumn phenophases of Betula pubescens in a boreal environment

Community-wide changes in inter-taxonomic temporal co-occurrence resulting from phenological shifts

Cli-fi on the screen(s): patterns in the representations of climate change in fictional films

Attribution of extreme weather and climate-related events (open access)

Climate change in Algeria and its impact on durum wheat

Estimating greenhouse gas emissions from future Amazonian hydroelectric reservoirs (open access)

Land cover and land use changes in the oil and gas regions of Northwestern Siberia under changing climatic conditions (open access)

Nuclear power in the 21st century: Challenges and possibilities (open access)

Input–output life cycle environmental assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from utility scale wind energy in the United States

Projected habitat loss for Atlantic herring in the Baltic Sea

Characterizing the GHG emission impacts of carsharing: a case of Vancouver (open access)


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