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Abstract Weather observations made at Eureka, on Ellesmere Island in the Canadian High Arctic, have been archived since 1953. The time series, averages, and seasonal cycles of surface temperature, pressure, dew point, relative humidity, cloud cover, wind speed, and direction are presented for...
Abstract A 10 m meteorological tower near Iqaluit Airport was operational from late October 2007 to early April 2008. Measurements included wind speed, temperature, pressure, humidity, visibility, and blowing snow number flux. Number flux measurements give a frequency of blowing and drifting...
Abstract Previous observational studies have identified wind channelling over Frobisher Bay induced by pressure fields associated with cyclones as the main cause for the occurrence of strong and sustained surface winds at Iqaluit. The wind event of 7–8 November 2006, when a surface cyclone moved...
Abstract We assessed the impacts of some key Pacific ocean‐atmosphere circulation patterns on annual cycles of temperature and precipitation across British Columbia, Yukon, and southeast Alaska. The El Niño‐Southern Oscillation (ENSO), the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO), and ENSO conditional...
Abstract This paper presents a hydrodynamic study of the St. Lawrence Estuary's estuarine transition zone, a 100 km region where fresh water from the river mixes with salt water from the estuary. The circulation of the estuarine transition zone is driven by strong tides, a large river flow, and...
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