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Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, February 16, 2016

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on February 16, 2016

Some new papers from last few days:

Large scale atmospheric warming in winter and the Arctic sea ice retreat

On the detection of robust multi-decadal changes in the Earth’s Outgoing Longwave Radiation spectrum

The impact of European legislative and technology measures to reduce air pollutants on air quality, human health and climate (open access)

Stochastic and anthropogenic influences on repeated record-breaking temperature extremes in Australian spring of 2013 and 2014

Frequency of marine heatwaves in the North Atlantic and North Pacific since 1950

Reducing the uncertainty in subtropical cloud feedback

Radiative effects of global MODIS cloud regimes

Surface Arctic Amplification Factors in CMIP5 Models: Land and Oceanic Surfaces, Seasonality

Global volcanic aerosol properties derived from emissions, 1990-2014, using CESM1(WACCM)

Is the subarctic landscape still a carbon sink? Evidence from a detailed catchment balance

Dynamical attribution of recent variability in Atlantic overturning

Remotely sensed assessment of urbanization effects on vegetation phenology in China’s 32 major cities

Last glacial maximum permafrost in China from CMIP5 simulations

Interviews of Mongolian herders and high resolution precipitation data reveal an increase in short heavy rains and thunderstorm activity in semi-arid Mongolia (open access)

Palaeoenvironmental change in Southern Patagonia during the Lateglacial and Holocene: Implications for forest refugia and climate reconstructions

Present and future climate conditions for winegrowing in Spain

Potential impacts of forestation on future climate change in Southern Africa

Effects of postglacial phylogeny and genetic diversity on the growth variability and climate sensitivity of European silver fir

Host adaptation and unexpected symbiont partners enable reef-building corals to tolerate extreme temperatures

Climate Services: Lessons Learned and Future Prospects (open access)

A research agenda for the energy, water, land, and climate nexus

Perceptions of urban climate hazards and their effects on adaptation agendas


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