AGW Observer

Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, January 28, 2016

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on January 28, 2016

Some new papers from last few days:

The Medieval Quiet Period

Neotropical forest expansion during the last glacial period challenges refuge hypothesis

Relative vulnerability to climate change of trees in western North America

Dependence of tropical cyclone intensification rate on sea surface temperature

The updated effective radiative forcing of major anthropogenic aerosols and their effects on global climate at present and in the future

Environmental impacts of high penetration renewable energy scenarios for Europe (open access)

The regional species richness and genetic diversity of Arctic vegetation reflect both past glaciations and current climate

Ecosystem responses to anthropogenic and natural forcing over the last 100?years in the coastal areas of the East China Sea

Climate-change-related regime shifts have altered spatial synchrony of plankton dynamics in the North Sea

Bioclimatic envelope models predict a decrease in tropical forest carbon stocks with climate change in Madagascar

Migratory diversity predicts population declines in birds

Evaluation of downscaled CMIP5 model skill in simulating daily maximum temperature over the southeastern United States

The radiative impact of Nordic anthropogenic black carbon (open access)

Younger Dryas Sea-Level and Meltwater Pulse 1B Recorded in Barbados Reef-Crest Coral Acropora palmata

Global carbon cycle perturbation across the Eocene-Oligocene climate transition (open access)

Human and climatically induced environmental change in the Mediterranean during the Medieval Climate Anomaly and Little Ice Age a case from central Italy

Halogen-based reconstruction of Russian Arctic sea ice area from the Akademii Nauk ice core (Severnaya Zemlya) (open access)

Predictability of the wintertime Arctic Oscillation based on autumn circulation

Climate controls multidecadal variability in U.S. extreme sea level records

Investigating uncertainty in the simulation of the Antarctic ice sheet during the mid-Piacenzian

The Response of the Southern Ocean and Antarctic Sea Ice to Fresh Water from Ice Shelves in an Earth System Model

A coupled model for carbon and radiocarbon evolution during the last deglaciation

Variability in solar irradiance observed at two contrasting Antarctic sites

Phenopix: A R package for image-based vegetation phenology

Securitization in Chinese climate and energy politics

The principal-agent problem and climate change adaptation on public lands

City density and CO2 efficiency

To drill or not to drill? An econometric analysis of US public opinion

Prospects for Swedish acceptance of carbon dioxide storage in the Baltic Sea: Learning from other energy projects


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