2 edition of Monthly mean pressure reconstructions for Europe (1780-1980) and North America (1858-1980) found in the catalog.
Monthly mean pressure reconstructions for Europe (1780-1980) and North America (1858-1980)
P. D Jones
|Statement||contributed by P.D. Jones, T.M. Wigley, K.R. Briffa ; prepared by T.A. Boden and J.T. Denton, Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory|
|Series||CDIAC numeric data collection -- NDP-025|
|Contributions||Wigley, T. M. L, Briffa, K. R, Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (U.S.), Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Environmental Services Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 99,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
temperature, pressure, and rainfall in Merle’s day, and it was not until the seventeenth stantially to the reconstructions of climate before the instrumental era. time series of mean monthly temperatures representative of central England beginning in (Manley, ). Cited by: Most of the temperature values used were column-mean temperatures, obtained from the differences in height (thickness) between constant-pressure surfaces at individual radiosonde stations. The pressure-height data before were obtained from published values in Monthly Climatic Data for the World.
12 days ago · Despite widespread expectations of another increase, global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions stopped growing in , according to IEA data released today. After two years of growth, global emissions were unchanged at 33 gigatonnes in . Estimates of the response of global mean temperature to solar and volcanic forcings individually were produced based on statistical reconstructions (Folland et al., ). This latter study used a cross‐validated multiple regression approach on data from to to estimate the effect of a range of known influences on global mean Cited by:
Jan 01, · Logbooks of the period provide daily data for wind force, direction, precipitation and general weather conditions. These were abstracted and aggregated into monthly statistics. These data indicate the highly episodic character of air flow patterns at this time, with marked changes of phase between high and low zonality in the virtuosobs.com by: The NAO index measures the pressure difference between Iceland and the Azorres islands, and its sign is known to be linked to specific weather patterns over Europe and the eastern portion of North America. The index has seen a significant increase in the latter part of the 20 th century, which the majority of climate models have struggled to.
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Abstract. Monthly mean surface pressure patterns in the European area are reconstructed for those winter and summer seasons of the 16th century with outstanding climatic anomalies being either widespread over Europe or remarkably intensive in some European virtuosobs.com by: The reconstruction work was based on the hand written registers and printed monthly bulletins beforeafter which data was directly stored on computers.
R., Schuepbach, E., Kaas, E., Schmith, T., Jacobeit, J., and Beck, C:‘Monthly Mean Pressure Reconstructions for Europe for the Daily Air Temperature and Pressure Series Cited by: Seasonal mean pressure reconstruction for the North Atlantic (–) based on early marine data.
construction of the monthly mean SLP for Europe for the. Using measures of wind strength and direction taken onboard ships during the – (CLIWOC project) period, preliminary reconstructions are attempted for the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO. Nov 01, · An upgraded version of the Hadley Centre’s monthly historical mean sea level pressure (MSLP) dataset (HadSLP2) is presented.
HadSLP2 covers the period from to date, and is based on numerous terrestrial and marine data virtuosobs.com by: This NDP contains monthly temperature, precipitation, sea level pressure, and station pressure data for thousands of meteorological stations worldwide.
The database was compiled from pre-existing national, regional, and global collections of data as a part of the Global Historical Climatology. Book chapters. Popular. International projects.
Monthly mean sea level pressure reconstructions for Europe for the Late Maunder Minimum period, J. Jacobeit, and C. Bech., Monthly mean pressure reconstructions for Europe for the period.
Items where Author is "Davies, Trevor" Monthly mean pressure reconstructions for Europe for the – period. Book Section. Jacobeit, J, Jones, PD, Davies, TD and Beck, C () Circulation changes in Europe since the s. In: History and Climate: Memories of the Future. “Monthly mean pressure reconstructions for Europe (Back to ) and North America (to ).” Tech.
Rep. TR, Carbon Dioxide Research Division, U.S. Department of Energy, 99pp (R) (keywords: pressure reconstructions Europe historical USA). Book Yatko, B.R.; Garrison, J.D.
Monthly-mean atmospheric precipitable water data for twenty six stations in continental Australia and neighboring islands have been analyzed to develop relations for estimating precipitable water at sites where it has not been measured. Monthly-mean precipitable water can be estimated for a site with an rms.
relationships between climate extremes and annual mean temperatures in model projections for over Europe. Climate Research, 31, 24 Schlyter, P., Stjernquist, I., Nilsson, C., Jönsson, A.M. & Bärring, L., Assessment of the impacts of climate change and weather extremes on boreal forests in northern Europe, focusing on Norway.
The reconstructions accurately reproduce the monthly distribution of sea level as observed in the TOPEX/ Poseidon data, particularly the strong sea level signal associated with ENSO events. As a result, the reconstructions may be valuable fields for assimilating in Cited by: The instrumental temperature record provides the temperature of Earth's climate system from the historical network of in situ measurements of surface air temperatures and ocean surface temperatures.
Data are collected at thousands of meteorological stations, buoys and ships around the globe. The longest-running temperature record is the Central England temperature data series, which starts in.
The advection is stronger (weaker) than normal, the European winters are milder (more severe) than usual. At their peaks, associated monthly mean SAT anomalies over Europe reach 2 °C.
The North Atlantic Oscillation corresponds to the zonal symmetric mode of the climate variability while the Arctic Oscillation does to coherent variations. Variation in Total Ozone and Layer-Mean Ozone, _ NDP Monthly Mean Pressure Reconstructions for Europe ( _ ) and North America ( _ ) NDPA Climatological Data for Clouds over the Globe from Surface Observations, The Total Cloud Edition NDPB Edited Synoptic Cloud Reports.
GONZÁLEZ-HIDALGO, J.C., LOPEZ-BUSTINS, J.A., STEPANEK P., MARTIN-VIDE J. and DE LUIS, M. “Monthly precipitation trends on the Mediterranean façade of the Iberian Peninsula during the second half of the 20th century ()”. International Journal of Climatology, 29, benhamrouche, a. y martÍn vide, () anÁlisis espacial de los valores de los Índices de gini y de concentraciÓn con intervalos de clase 1, 5 y 10 mm en el litoral de.
The advection is stronger (weaker) than normal, the European winters are milder (more severe) than usual. At their peaks, associated monthly mean SAT anomalies over Europe reach 2 °C. The North Atlantic Oscillation corresponds to the zonal symmetric mode of the climate variability while the Arctic Oscillation does to the coherent variations.
Lars Bärring – PUBLICATIONS (August ) Rácz, L. and Wanner, H., Monthly mean pressure reconstruction for the Late Maunder Minimum Period (AD ), International Journal of Climatology, 20, Monthly mean pressure reconstructions for Europe for the period.
International Journal of Climatology, 2 Hubert Lamb, Through all the Changing Scenes. pp Cambridge University Press.
(keywords: UK Europe storms regional oceanography book historical records) Lamb, H.H. Northern hemisphere monthly and annual mean-sea-level pressure distribution forand changes of pressure and temperature compared with those of.
Before the digitized records from the WASA Group were available, Kaas et al. used optimal predictor maps to produce hindcasts of monthly mean pressure tendencies at ten stations in Denmark, the Faeroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Norway and Sweden starting in They did not find any long‐term virtuosobs.com by: Frankfurt is the largest financial centre in continental virtuosobs.com is home to the European Central Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt Stock Exchange and several large commercial banks.
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