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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, February 11, 2016

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on February 11, 2016

Some new papers from last few days:

The roles of external forcing and natural variability in global warming hiatuses

Evaluating the impact of U.S. Historical Climatology Network homogenization using the U.S. Climate Reference Network

Significant recent warming over the northern Tibetan Plateau from ice core δ18O records (open access)

Mid-2000s North Atlantic shift: Heat budget and circulation changes

A large increase in US methane emissions over the past decade inferred from satellite data and surface observations

Transatlantic flight times and climate change (open access)

Impact of progressive global warming on the global-scale yield of maize and soybean (open access)

Sequestration of carbon in the deep Atlantic during the last glaciation

Cooling and societal change during the Late Antique Little Ice Age from 536 to around 660 AD

Estimates of late middle Eocene pCO2 based on stomatal density of modern and fossil Nageia leaves (open access)

Snow and albedo climate change impacts across the United States Northern Great Plains (open access)

Observed high-altitude warming and snow cover retreat over Tibet and the Himalayas enhanced by black carbon aerosols (open access)

Weather preferences of French tourists: lessons for climate change impact assessment

Evaluating forest transition based on a multi-scale approach: forest area dynamics in Switzerland 1850–2000

Observed trends and impacts of tropical cyclones in the Philippines

From global to regional and back again: common climate stressors of marine ecosystems relevant for adaptation across five ocean warming hotspots

Crossing regimes of temperature dependence in animal movement

Global trends of aerosol optical thickness using the ensemble empirical mode decomposition method

The impact of observational sampling on time series of global 0–700 m ocean average temperature: a case study

Winter precipitation and snow accumulation drive the methane sink or source strength of Arctic tussock tundra

Agricultural production and greenhouse gas emissions from world regions—The major trends over 40 years

Assessing local climate vulnerability and winegrowers’ adaptive processes in the context of climate change

Mediterranean and temperate treelines are controlled by different environmental drivers

Geographic divergence in upper thermal limits across insect life stages: does behavior matter?

Paradoxical acclimation responses in the thermal performance of insect immunity


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