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Snow cover trends for Canada over the 1955–2017 period for the daily snow depth–observing network of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) are presented based on an updated quality-controlled historical daily in situ snow depth dataset. The period since approximately 1995 is characterized...
Most studies of climate change in the Arctic report how much warmer the climate is getting. In this study we use 1950–2020 daily observed minimum temperatures at 34 weather stations in Canada’s north to examine how rapidly the region is losing annual occurrences of cold weather (−30°C or...
Based on the daily Japanese 55-year Reanalysis (JRA-55) from 1979 to 2015, this study shows that atmospheric heat sources over the Tibetan Plateau (TP) and its surrounding areas (TPSR) in summer have a significant 10- to 30-day intraseasonal oscillation (ISO). The linkage of the ISO with the...
A recent analysis of observed oxygen changes shows a 2% decline in marine oxygen during the 50 years since 1960. However, these oxygen changes vary on time scales related to climate modes and by regions, including areas of increasing oxygen. Hence, any local oxygen change is related to various...
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