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New research, June 13, 2016

Posted by Ari Jokimäki on June 13, 2016

Some new papers from last few days:

Sensitivity of Arctic warming to sea-ice concentration

New visualizations highlight new information on the contrasting Arctic and Antarctic sea-ice trends since the late 1970s

Conventional intensive logging promotes loss of organic carbon from the mineral soil

Bergmann’s rule in the oceans? Temperature strongly correlates with global interspecific patterns of body size in marine mammals

Quantifying the drivers of ocean-atmosphere CO2 fluxes

Climate impacts on multidecadal pCO2 variability in the North Atlantic: 1948–2009 (open access)

A reversal of climatic trends in the North Atlantic since 2005

Variability of Tornado Occurrence over the Continental United States since 1950

Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Drought in the Continental U.S. during the Past Century

Drought in Northeast Brazil—past, present, and future

Anthropogenic influence on the frequency of extreme temperatures in China

Fire and Climate in Mongolia (1532-2010 CE)

Increasing Trend of Pan Evaporation over Semi-Arid Loess Plateau under a Warming Climate

So, how much of the Earth’s surface is covered by rain gauges? (open access)

Century-scale causal relationships between global dry/wet conditions and the state of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans

Future Aerosol Reductions and Widening of the Northern Tropical Belt

Recent trends and tele-connections among South and East Asian summer monsoons in a warming environment

Anomalous mid-twentieth century atmospheric circulation change over the South Atlantic compared to the last 6000 years (open access)

Tropospheric moisture in the Southwest Pacific as revealed by homogenized radiosonde data: climatology and decadal trend

Lower tropospheric mixing as a constraint on cloud feedback in a Multi-Parameter Multi-Physics Ensemble

Stratospheric Temperature Climate Data Record from Merged SSU and AMSU-A Observations

Amphibian Breeding Phenology Trends under Climate Change: Predicting the Past to Forecast the Future

Increased variance in temperature and lag effects alter phenological responses to rapid warming in a subarctic plant community

Anthropogenic-driven rapid shifts in tree distribution lead to increased dominance of broadleaf species

Assessing woody vegetation trends in Sahelian drylands using MODIS based seasonal metrics

Daytime warming lowers community temporal stability by reducing the abundance of dominant, stable species

Seagrass meadows are threatened by expected loss of peatlands in Indonesia

Climate-driven vital rates do not always mean climate-driven population

Near future pH conditions severely impact calcification, metabolism and the nervous system in the pteropod Heliconoides inflatus

On the declining relationship between tree growth and climate in the Midwest United States: the fading drought signal

Recent glacier changes in the Tien Shan observed by satellite gravity measurements

Greenland Ice Sheet influence on Last Interglacial climate: global sensitivity studies performed with an atmosphere–ocean general circulation model (open access)

An investigation into linearity with cumulative emissions of the climate and carbon cycle response in HadCM3LC (open access)

Conflict about Climate Change at the American Meteorological Society: Meteorologists’ Views on a Scientific and Organizational Controversy (open access)

Linking climate change perceptions to adaptation and mitigation action

An experimental investigation into ‘pledge and review’ in climate negotiations

Climate change and social transformations: is it time for a quantum leap?

A people‐centred perspective on climate change, environmental stress, and livelihood resilience in Bangladesh

Cost-effective electric vehicle charging infrastructure siting for Delhi (open access)

The relative importance of climate change and population growth for exposure to future extreme droughts

Future heat-related climate change impacts on tourism industry in Cyprus

Assessing the impacts of temperature variations on rice yield in China

Temperature and precipitation effects on agrarian economy in late imperial China (open access)


2 Responses to “New research, June 13, 2016”

  1. Thanks for continuing with this work Ari, it is very much appreciated.

  2. Ari Jokimäki said

    My pleasure, thanks. 🙂

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