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Based on the ENSO chronology and climatic information recovered from the Guliya ice core in the Tibetan Plateau, China, the ENSO teleconnection was investigated. The results showed that the negative precipitation anomalies are significantly associated with El Niño years but poorly with negative...
Non-stationary time series such as global andhemispheric temperatures, greenhouse gasconcentrations, solar irradiance, and anthropogenicsulfate aerosols, may contain stochastic trends (thesimplest stochastic trend is a random walk) which, dueto their unique patterns, can act as a signal of...
We discuss approaches to the assessment of vulnerability to climatevariability and change andattempt to clarify the relationship between the concepts of vulnerability andadaptation. In searchof a robust, policy-relevant framework, we define vulnerability in terms ofthe capacity ofindividuals and...
A computer simulation model of regional vegetationdynamics was applied to the terrestrial ecosystems ofChina to study the responses of vegetation to elevatedCO 2 and global climatic change. The primaryproduction processes were coupled with vegetationstructure in the model. The model was...
An analysis of long-term records ofcorn yields and seasonal weather conditions inIllinois found major temporal shifts and importantspatial variations in the types of seasonal weatherconditions, expressed as the normality of temperatureand rainfall conditions, that create positive andnegative...
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