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Abstract Much of the previous work on trends in temperature extremes has considered anomalies relative to a fixed base period climatology. Calculated in this way, trends toward more extreme warm events and less extreme cold events will be found if the mean temperature is warming. In this study...
Abstract Tidal studies have shown that there exists a resonance of the semi‐diurnal tide in the Hudson Bay‐Hudson Strait system. The resonant response is particularly strong within Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay. It is shown here that the semi‐diurnal tide in Hudson Strait has characteristics that...
Abstract Flash density and occurrence features for more than 23.5 million cloud‐to‐ground (CG) lightning flashes detected by the Canadian Lightning Detection Network (CLDN) from 1999 to 2008 are analyzed on 20 × 20 km equal area squares over Canada. This study was done to update an analysis...
Abstract We summarize the temporal and spatial characteristics of polarity, multiplicity and first‐stroke peak current of approximately 23.5 million cloud‐to‐ground (CG) lightning flashes detected by the Canadian Lightning Detection Network for the period 1999–2008. Regional differences in these...
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