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New climate research, May 12, 2016, compiled by Ari Jokimäki

New research, May 12, 2016

Posted by Ari Jokimäki, AGW Observer, on May 12, 2016
Some new papers from last few days:
The Super Greenhouse effect in a changing climate
The dynamics of the warming hiatus over the Northern Hemisphere
2014, The “year without a summer” in Italy: news media coverage and implications for the climate change debate
Comparison of Climate Response to Anthropogenic Aerosol versus Greenhouse Gas Forcing: Distinct Patterns
What Caused the Recent “Warm Arctic, Cold Continents” Trend Pattern in Winter Temperatures?
An ongoing shift in Pacific Ocean sea level
Quantifying atmospheric methane emissions from oil and natural gas production in the Bakken shale region of North Dakota
Methane fluxes from the sea to the atmosphere across the Siberian shelf seas
Decadal trends in air-sea CO2 exchange in the Ross Sea (Antarctica)
Evidence of recent changes in the ice regime of lakes in the Canadian High Arctic from spaceborne satellite observations (open access)
Voltinism and resilience to climate-induced phenological mismatch
Climate regulates alpine lake ice cover phenology and aquatic ecosystem structure
Phenology and species determine growing-season albedo increase at the altitudinal limit of shrub growth in the sub-Arctic
Larval connectivity across temperature gradients, and its potential effect on heat tolerance in coral populations
Regional atmospheric cooling and wetting effect of permafrost thaw-induced boreal forest loss
Relative Roles of Anthropogenic Aerosols and Greenhouse Gases in Land and Oceanic Monsoon Changes during Past 156 years in CMIP5 Models
Early Summer Response of the East Asian Summer Monsoon to Atmospheric CO2 Forcing and Subsequent Sea Surface Warming
The main characteristics of atmospheric circulation over East-Central Europe from 1871 to 2010
A climatology of clouds in marine cold air outbreaks in both hemispheres
Thermohaline Instability and the Formation of Glacial North Atlantic Super Polynyas at the Onset of Dansgaard-Oeschger Warming Events
Ice core reconstruction of sea ice change in the Amundsen-Ross Seas since 1702 AD
Spatial climate dynamics in the Iberian Peninsula since 15 000 yr BP (open access)
The impact of Southern Ocean residual upwelling on atmospheric CO2 on centennial and millennial timescales
A review of potential physical impacts on harbours in the Mediterranean Sea under climate change
The energy requirements of a developed world
Nuclear and intermittent renewables: Two compatible supply options? The case of the French power mix
Connecting Climate Information Producers and Users: Boundary Organization, Knowledge Networks, and Information Brokers at Caribbean Climate Outlook Forums
Weather Effects on Social Movements: Evidence from Washington D.C. and New York City, 1960-1995


Obelisk said...

This CC was quite good in the past. Recently , it's updated very seldom and the news sometimes,are not even relevant to the topic. We get into political preferences with respect to Empire, which seem to be the only politics that matter, as if we didn't have enough of that already with its Rotating/never ending Wars.
Add new injury to the list, in order to see many of the links posted this week, we need to pay the keeper.
So , the insanity keeps scalating? Everybody feels like monetizing the end of our biosphere? If that is the case then we fully deserve what's coming.
Scientific data related to the coming destruction of our Eco systems must be FREE, so the people can educate themselves and plan accordingly.

Tenney Naumer said...

I just do the best I can. Used to work freelance sporadically. Now I work full-time at an exhausting job. Wish I could do better, but this is the best I can do for the moment.