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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, January 5, 2016

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on January 5, 2016

Some new papers from last few days:


Climate-sensitive northern lakes and ponds are critical components of methane release

Biased sampling of methane release from northern lakes: A problem for extrapolation

Increased wintertime CO2 loss as a result of sustained tundra warming

Vascular plants promote ancient peatland carbon loss with climate warming

Carbon fluxes acclimate more strongly to elevated growth temperatures than to elevated CO2 concentrations in a northern conifer

Gradual and sustained carbon dioxide release during Aptian Oceanic Anoxic Event 1a


Quantification of warming climate-induced changes in terrestrial Arctic river ice thickness and phenology

Lake ice phenology from AVHRR data for European lakes: An automated two-step extraction method

Reconciling the discrepancy in ground- and satellite-observed trends in the spring phenology of winter wheat in China from 1993 to 2008

Matching the phenology of Net Ecosystem Exchange and vegetation indices estimated with MODIS and FLUXNET in-situ observations


Shrub-line but not treeline advance matches climate velocity in montane ecosystems of south-central Alaska

Life-stage, not climate change, explains observed tree range shifts

Population variability complicates the accurate detection of climate change responses

Predicting tree biomass growth in the temperate-boreal ecotone: is tree size, age, competition or climate response most important?

Amplification of El Niño by cloud longwave coupling to atmospheric circulation

Climate change impacts in Sub-Saharan Africa: from physical changes to their social repercussions

Statistical corruption in Beijing’s air quality data has likely ended in 2012


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