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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, February 5, 2016

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on February 5, 2016

Some new papers from last few days:

Historical construction costs of global nuclear power reactors

Timing and associated climate change of a 2 °C global warming

Overestimated Arctic warming and underestimated Eurasia mid-latitude warming in CMIP5 simulations

Mechanisms for stronger warming over drier ecoregions observed since 1979

Running dry: The U.S. Southwest’s drift into a drier climate state

Spatiotemporal drought variability in the Mediterranean over the last 900 years

Simulated differences in 21st century aridity due to different scenarios of greenhouse gases and aerosols (open access)

Climate change and anthropogenic impacts on the rapid shrinkage of Lake Urmia

Anthropogenic footprint of climate change in the June 2013 northern India flood

Spatial and temporal features of summer extreme temperature over China during 1960–2013

Enhancement of Arctic storm activity in relation to permafrost degradation in eastern Siberia

How do carbon cycle uncertainties affect IPCC temperature projections? (open access)

Large contribution to inland water CO2 and CH4 emissions from very small ponds

Linear and nonlinear effects of dominant drivers on the trends in global and regional land carbon uptake: 1959 to 2013

Spatial and temporal oxygen isotope variability in northern Greenland – implications for a new climate record over the past millennium (open access)

Projections of glacier change in the Altai Mountains under twenty-first century climate scenarios

Predictability of the Arctic sea-ice edge

On the potential for abrupt Arctic winter sea-ice loss

Climatic warming in China according to a homogenized data set from 2419 stations (open access)

Statistical models for the pattern of sea surface temperature in the North Atlantic during 1973–2008

Enhanced Atlantic sea-level rise relative to the Pacific under high carbon emission rates

Phenological change in a spring ephemeral: implications for pollination and plant reproduction

Grassland responses to increased rainfall depend on the timescale of forcing

Life cycle environmental impacts and costs of beer production and consumption in the UK (open access)

The Anthropocene: a conspicuous stratigraphical signal of anthropogenic changes in production and consumption across the biosphere (open access)

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