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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, December 31, 2015

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on December 31, 2015

Some new papers from last few days:

Text-mining the signals of climate change doubt

North by north-west: climate change and directions of density shifts in birds

On the state dependency of the equilibrium climate sensitivity during the last 5 million years (open access)

The need for accurate long-term measurements of water vapor in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere with global coverage (open access)

Does GRACE see the terrestrial water cycle ‘intensifying’?

Detecting Climate Signals in Precipitation Extremes from TRMM (1998–2013) – Increasing contrast between wet and dry extremes during the “global warming hiatus”

Strengthening relationship between ENSO and western Russian summer surface temperature

Atmospheric conditions in the central Arctic Ocean through the melt seasons of 2012 and 2013: Impact on surface conditions and solar energy deposition into the ice-ocean system

Large Holocene summer temperature oscillations and impact on the peopling of the northeastern Tibetan Plateau

Ice shelf basal melt rates around Antarctica from simulations and observations

Tropical and mid-latitude forcing of continental Antarctic temperatures (open access)

Stratospheric temperature changes during the satellite era

ENSO amplitude changes due to greenhouse warming in CMIP5: Role of mean tropical precipitation in the 20th century

Simulating the role of surface forcing on observed multidecadal upper ocean salinity changes

Antarctic and Southern Ocean surface temperatures in CMIP5 models in the context of the surface energy budget

Climate Change over the Extratropical Southern Hemisphere: The tale from an ensemble of reanalysis datasets

Committed retreat of Smith, Pope, and Kohler Glaciers over the next 30 years inferred by transient model calibration (open access)

Recent changes in glacier velocities and thinning at Novaya Zemlya

Climate change and the distribution and conservation of the world’s highest elevation woodlands in the South American Altiplano

Species and site differences influence climate-shrub growth responses in West Greenland

Inter-annual variations and trends of the urban warming in Tehran

Asymmetry in the response of central Eurasian winter temperature to AMO

Interannual variations of the dominant modes of East Asian winter monsoon and possible links to Arctic sea ice

ENSO influence on the North Atlantic European climate: a non-linear and non-stationary approach

Climate change impacts on a pine stand in Central Siberia

Randomised multichannel singular spectrum analysis of the 20th century climate data (open access)

Does climate change matter for freshwater aquaculture in Bangladesh?

Modeling climate-driven changes in U.S. buildings energy demand

Evaluation of the interdecadal variability of sea surface temperature and sea level in the Pacific in CMIP3 and CMIP5 models

Animal behaviour shapes the ecological effects of ocean acidification and warming: moving from individual to community-level responses

Climate-change refugia: shading reef corals by turbidity

The pace of past climate change vs. potential bird distributions and land use in the United States

Long-term trends in precipitation and temperature across the Caribbean

Climate variability, food production shocks, and violent conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa (open access)

Interannual variability in associations between seasonal climate, weather, and extremes: wintertime temperature over the Southwestern United States (open access)

How is adaptation, resilience, and vulnerability research engaging with gender? (open access)

Population limitation in a non-cyclic arctic fox population in a changing climate


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