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Get this from a library. Atlas of surface temperature frequencies for Eurasia. [J N Rayner; McGill University. Arctic Meteorology Research Group.; United States. Army. Quartermaster Research and Engineering Command.]. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Global Ocean Surface Temperature Atlas (GOSTA) The data are here. This is the January version of the Global Ocean Surface Temperature Atlas (GOSTA, Bottomley et al. Observations show that deep Arctic winter warming, extending from surface to mid‐troposphere, has concurred with below‐average temperature over central Eurasia.
Modeling studies focusing on the response to Arctic sea ice loss have shown Arctic surface warming but no consistent atmospheric changes at midlatitude. Here, we developed a new statistical model for prediction of the winter seasonal blocking frequency over Eurasia 1 month in advance using sea surface temperature, geopotential height at 70‐hPa, and sea ice concentration as predictors, and the model captures more than 65% of the interannual by: 1.
In this study, the variations of annual land surface air temperature (SAT) over Eurasia and the northern part of Africa (0°–°E, 0°–90°N) were investigated using monthly SAT data from. Daily temperature precipitation, snow depth, and peak wind gusts for stations outside of the United States from – Hourly and Minute Precipitation Data and Frequency Atlas Map interface to minute and hourly precipitation amounts from database sources and publications.
Rainfall frequency atlas of the United States. The purpose of this study is to understand potential changes in frequency of snowfall, rainfall, and wet days under a warming climate by examining their relationship with air temperature for 80 stations over northern Eurasia during the available continuous data record period from to Cited by: of the surface temperature anomalies in summer, noted from reanalysis data and the characteristic frequency of transitions E → L, but in general the results vary considerably for different models.
The frequency of transitions E → L from ensemble model simulations varies from one in half a century up to one in four years. Surface air temperature (T a) is a critical variable in the energy and water cycle of the Earth–atmosphere system and is a key input element for hydrology and land surface is a very important variable in agricultural application and climate change studies.
For example, T a is used to monitor regional evapotranspiration in the biophysical processes and model crop growth for food Cited by: • Alaska Ice and Sea Surface Temperature: Flood/Flash Flood • Significant River Flood Outlook.
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Extended • U.S Temperature and Precipitation Seasonal Outlooks. The AMIP-2 simulations span a yr period extending from January to December The AMIP-2 experimental protocol specifies that all simulations use the same observed sea surface temperatures (SSTs) and sea ice concentrations as the lower boundary conditions (Fiorino ).The complete AMIP-2 guidelines are summarized in the AMIP Newsletter, No.
8 (Gleckler ).Cited by: Temperature The NAO exerts a dominant influence on wintertime temperatures across much of the NH. Surface air temperature and sea surface temperature (SST) across wide regions of the North Atlantic Ocean, North America, the Arctic, Eurasia andFile Size: KB.
In response to a request from Congress, Surface Temperature Reconstructions for the Last 2, Years assesses the state of scientific efforts to reconstruct surface temperature records for Earth during approximately the last 2, years and the implications of these efforts for our understanding of global climate change.
Because widespread. Summer temperatures of the steppe can reach up to ° F with heavy thunderstorms. Winter temperatures of the steppe can be as low as ° F with no trees to block the wind. The best time to visit the Eurasian steppe is Spring because the weather is warm, grass begins to grow back, and flowers are starting to bloom.
This study analyzes the impact of the winter North Pacific Oscillation (NPO) on the surface air temperature (SAT) variations over Eurasia and North America based on six different NPO indices.
Results show that the influences of the winter NPO on the SAT over Eurasia and North America are sensitive to the definition of the NPO index. The impact of the winter NPO on the SAT variations Cited by: 2.
Geostationary satellites and polar orbiting satellites are used operationally, while a lot of research is going into the better use of hyperspectral observations (many thousand frequencies per observed atmospheric column) in particular over land and in cloudy situations. The observation and reconstruction of snow, ice, sea surface temperature, land surface temperature, coverage, emissivity and.
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49 “Two- to ten-day precipitation for return periods of 2 to years in the contiguous United States” (Miller et al., ), NOAA Atlas 2 “Precipitation-Frequency Atlas of File Size: 6MB. Sincethe NAO has tended to remain in one extreme phase and has accounted for a substantial part of the observed wintertime surface warming over Europe and downstream over Eurasia and cooling in the northwest by: Paleoclimatology data are derived from natural sources such as tree rings, ice cores, corals, and ocean and lake sediments.
These proxy climate data extend the archive of weather and climate information hundreds to millions of years. The data include geophysical or biological measurement time series.
Here, we present a database of year (–) lake surface water temperatures from lakes around the world, collected by either in situ, satellites, or both, and some of the main Cited by: Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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The Atlas supercedes precipitation frequency estimates contained in Technical Paper No. 40 “Rainfall frequency atlas of the United States for durations from 30 minutes to 24 hours and return periods from 1 to years” (Hershfield, ), NWS HYDRO “Five- to minute precipitation frequency.
Such a pattern is characteristic of a shift in the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) toward lower index conditions, in which the pressure gradient between Iceland and the Azores is reduced, leading to less advection of warm, moist air from the Atlantic into western Europe and cooler temperatures over Eurasia (cf.
Ineson et al., ). Along with the generally increased global mean surface air temperature, extreme cold winter weather events have more frequently occurred in recent years over Eurasia (e.g., Zhang et alOverland et alCohen et al ).The occurrence and persistence of the extreme cold weather events have been attributed to various contributing factors, including a temporally polarized Cited by: The collection includes standard S-N curves, curves showing effect of surface hardening on fatigue strength, crack growth-rate curves, curves comparing the fatigue strengths of various alloys, effect of variables (i.e.
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