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Variability of air temperature and atmospheric precipitation in the Arctic

by Rajmund Przybylak

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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atmospheric temperature -- Arctic regions -- Observations,
  • Precipitation variability -- Arctic regions -- Observations

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Rajmund Przybylak ; translated by John Kearns.
    GenreObservations.
    SeriesAtmospheric and oceanographic sciences library -- v. 25.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC903.2.A68 P79 2002, QC903.2.A68 P79 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 330 p. :
    Number of Pages330
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18181743M
    ISBN 101402009526
    LC Control Number2002035717

    Changes of precipitation form in Arctic during March–July from to Snowfall-to-precipitation ratio vs surface air daily mean temperature (a); average (%) (b) and trend (c) (%/decade) of the rainfall-to-precipitation ratio in Arctic during March-July from Author: Wei Han, Cunde Xiao, Tingfeng Dou, Minghu Ding. Climate" refers to much more than just temperature and precipitation. In addition to long-term average weather conditions, climate also includes extreme events, as well as aspects of the system such as snow, ice, and circulation patterns in the atmosphere and oceans. In the Arctic, sea ice is one of the most important climatic variables. It is a key indicator and agent of climate change.

    The altitude at which rising air reaches the dew point temperature is the _____ Which part of the United States had the least annual variability of precipitation? The eastern United States. Clouds of vertical development include. Convective precipitation is common in the Arctic winters. False. A cold winter night is typically a stable. J.W. Hurrell, in Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences (Second Edition), Synopsis. A leading pattern of weather and climate variability over the Northern Hemisphere is the North Atlantic oscillation (NAO). The NAO refers to a redistribution of atmospheric mass between the Arctic and the subtropical Atlantic, and swings from one phase to another to produce large changes in surface air.

    Atmospheric/Air Chemistry Atmospheric Dynamics Boundary Layer and Turbulence The meteorological conditions, including temperature, precipitation, and wind, that characteristically prevail in a particular region. Climate variability and change will increase the challenges of decision-makers in West Africa who are addressing issues of. Total precipitation in the Arctic in recent years has been about 5% higher than the average in the s. This trend is not statistically significant, because year-to-year variability is large. However, both the amount of precipitation and the flow rate in rivers evoke the impression that the Arctic .


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Variability of Air Temperature and Atmospheric Precipitation in the Arctic (Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library) (Volume 25): Medicine Cited by: Part of the Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library book series Variability of Air Temperature and Atmospheric Precipitation in the Arctic: An Update to why it was not until the start of the s that a body of work began to appear which analysed in any depth climatic variability for the Arctic as a whole.

"This book presents for the first time a comprehensive analysis of various aspects of air temperature and atmospheric precipitation variability over a period of instrumental observation in the Arctic, using data from stations, updated to the year Book Review: Variability of air temperature and atmospheric precipitation in the Arctic Article in The Holocene 14(2) February with 5 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Fiona Cawkwell.

Variability of Air Temperature. Variability of Atmospheric Precipitation. Scenarios of Thermal-Precipitation Conditions in a Warmer World. Conclusions.

Variability of Air Temperature and Atmospheric Precipitation over a Period of Instrumental Observations in the Arctic: An Update to References. Index. Series Title. Book Review: Variability of air temperature and atmospheric precipitation in the Arctic Show all authors.

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por Rajmund Przybylak. Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library (Book 25) ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Springer Netherlands. () Variability of Atmospheric Precipitation. In: Variability of Air Temperature and Atmospheric Precipitation in the Arctic.

Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library, vol The paper presents a spatial distribution of changes of air temperature (T) in the Arctic. Estimates of their spatial relations in the study region were based on a correlation analysis. In summary, water isotopes in Arctic precipitation are a reliable proxy for mean annual air temperature, but for quantitative use, some means of calibrating them is required.

They may be calibrated either against instrumental data by using an alternative estimate of temperature change, or through modeling, even for ice deposited during the Cited by: The low-frequency variability of the surface climate over the North Atlantic during winter is described, using 90 years of weather observations from the Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set.

Results are based on four components of the climate system: sea surface temperature (SST), air temperature, wind, and sea level pressure. Estimation of snow accumulation over the Arctic Ocean from atmospheric reanalyses fundamentally depends on the quality of the input precipitation fields.

Therefore, it is imperative to assess how well various reanalyses capture observed precipitation over the Arctic Ocean and its : Andrew P. Barrett, Julienne C. Stroeve, Julienne C. Stroeve, Mark C. Serreze. Recent review papers motivate the present contribution: potential Arctic impacts on midlatitude weather would be regional and episodic due to a combination of atmospheric circulation internal variability, lower-tropospheric temperature anomalies, and midlatitude teleconnections (Cohen et al.

; Kim et al. ; Barnes and Screen Cited by:   The relation between weekly Arctic sea ice concentrations (SICs) from December to April and sea level pressure (SLP) during – is investigated using maximum covariance analysis (MCA).

In the North Atlantic sector, the interaction between the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) and a SIC seesaw between the Labrador Sea and the Greenland Cited by:   The Arctic Oscillation (AO) refers to an atmospheric circulation pattern over the mid-to-high latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere.

The most obvious reflection of the phase of this oscillation is the north-to-south location of the storm-steering, mid-latitude jet stream. Thus, the AO can have a strong influence on weather and climate in major. Also due to heat transfer water is a lot more efficient than air at melting ice.

Thus the reduction of Arctic water temperature must be a lot more important to sea ice than the increase in Arctic air temperature. Don’t you think. That physical explanation would also refute your hypothesis while supporting the hypothesis of Miles et al., Variability in temperature, precipitation and hydrology can strongly determine the evolution of a glacier in a particular season.

The most significant climate processes since the middle to late Pliocene (approximately 3 million years ago) are the glacial and interglacial cycles. Arctic amplification is thought to be altering the polar jet stream and increasing Northern Hemisphere mid-latitude temperature variability.

This study investigates cold extremes in the mid Cited by: The climate of the Arctic is characterized by long, cold winters and short, cool summers.

There is a large amount of variability in climate across the Arctic, but all regions experience extremes of solar radiation in both summer and winter. Some parts of the Arctic are covered by ice (sea ice, glacial ice, or snow) year-round, and nearly all parts of the Arctic experience long periods with.Arctic climate has been changing rapidly since the s.

This work shows distinctly different patterns of change in winter, spring, and summer for cloud fraction and surface temperature. Satellite observations over – have shown that the Arctic has warmed up and become cloudier in spring and summer, but cooled down and become less cloudy in by: