AGW Observer

Observations of anthropogenic global warming

New research, May 23, 2016

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on May 23, 2016

Some new papers from last few days:

Poorest countries experience earlier anthropogenic emergence of daily temperature extremes (open access)

When will unusual heat waves become normal in a warming Africa? (open access)

Attribution of the spring snow cover extent decline in the Northern Hemisphere, Eurasia and North America to anthropogenic influence

Future land-use related water demand in California (open access)

Detection of anthropogenic influence on the intensity of extreme temperatures in China

Linear Additive Impacts of Arctic Sea Ice Reduction and La Niña on Northern Hemispheric Winter Climate

Interactions between sea-level rise and wave exposure on reef island dynamics in the Solomon Islands (open access)

Climate change and ecosystem services

Long-term climate impacts on breeding bird phenology in Pennsylvania, USA

A novel analysis of spring phenological patterns over Europe based on co-clustering

Urban heat island impacts on plant phenology: intra-urban variability and response to land cover (open access)

Interactions between urban vegetation and surface urban heat islands: a case study in the Boston metropolitan region (open access)

Temperature affects the morphology and calcification of Emiliania huxleyi strains (open access)

Bud break responds more strongly to daytime than nighttime temperature under asymmetric experimental warming

Enhancement of non-CO2 radiative forcing via intensified carbon cycle feedbacks (open access)

Surface air temperature variability and trends in the Arctic: new amplification assessment and regionalisation (open access)

Future Arctic Temperature Change resulting from a Range of Aerosol Emissions Scenarios (open access)

Quantifying Greenland freshwater flux underestimates in climate models

Four-decade record of pervasive grounding line retreat along the Bellingshausen margin of West Antarctica

A lagrangian view of longwave radiative fluxes for understanding the direct heating response to a CO2 increase

The Role of Large-Scale Feedbacks in Cumulus Convection Parameter Estimation

Multi-annual ocean-atmosphere adjustments to radiative forcing

Impact of synoptic atmospheric forcing on the mean ocean circulation

On the proportionality between global temperature change and cumulative CO2 emissions during periods of net negative CO2 emissions (open access)

Climate change and projections for the Barents region: what is expected to change and what will stay the same? (open access)

Regime shift of the South China Sea SST in the late 1990s

Spatiotemporal investigation of long-term seasonal temperature variability in Libya

Temporal variations of atmospheric CO2 and CO at Ahmedabad in western India (open access)

Mapping global patterns of drought risk: An empirical framework based on sub-national estimates of hazard, exposure and vulnerability

Impacts of the superimposed climate trends on droughts over 1961–2013 in Xinjiang, China

Crop connectivity under climate change: future environmental and geographic risks of potato late blight in Scotland

Importance of soil thermal regime in terrestrial ecosystem carbon dynamics in the circumpolar north

Radiocarbon in dissolved organic carbon of the Atlantic Ocean

The urban cool island phenomenon in a high-rise high-density city and its mechanisms

Regional influences of natural external forcings on the transition from the Medieval Climate Anomaly to the Little Ice Age

Coral Sr-U Thermometry

Resources of dark skies in German climatic health resorts

Climate change, malaria, and public health: accounting for socioeconomic contexts in past debates and future research

The politicization of climate change: problem or solution?

From dwindling ice to headwater lakes: could dams replace glaciers in the European Alps? (open access)

China’s goal to increase non-fossil energy sources (open access)

Reducing emissions from agriculture to meet the 2°C target (open access)

Spatially explicit estimates of N2O emissions from croplands suggest climate mitigation opportunities from improved fertilizer management

The durability of building materials under a changing climate

Impacts of adaptation and responsibility framings on attitudes towards climate change mitigation

(Mis)communicating climate change? Why online adaptation databases may fail to catalyze adaptation action

Addressing the risk of maladaptation to climate change

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