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Diurnal asymmetry to the observed global warming
The observed warming of the surface air temperature (SAT) over the last 50 years has not been homogenous. There are strong differences in the temperature changes both geographically and on differentExpand
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Climate Changes in Siberia
This chapter provides observational evidence of climatic variations in Siberia for three time scales: during the past 10,000 years, during the past millennium prior to instrumental observations, andExpand
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Climatology of Total Cloudiness in the Arctic: An Intercomparison of Observations and Reanalyses
Total cloud fraction over the Arctic (north of 60°N) has been evaluated and intercompared based on 16 Arctic cloud climatologies from different satellite and surface observations and reanalyses. TheExpand
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A satellite-derived climatology of unreported tornadoes in forested regions of northeast Europe
Abstract This study presents a novel method of tornado track identification in forested regions in Europe based on remote sensing data. The method enables an objective estimate (i.e. independent ofExpand
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A Dynamic Analysis of the Role of the Planetary- and Synoptic-Scale in the Summer of 2010 Blocking Episodes over the European Part of Russia
During the summer of 2010, an unusually persistent blocking episode resulted in anomalously warm dry weather over the European part of Russia. The excessive heat resulted in forest and peat fires,Expand
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Hydrological Changes: Historical Analysis, Contemporary Status, and Future Projections
This chapter looks at several aspects of the hydrological regime across Siberia using long-term historical data and model simulation results to provide a better understanding of ongoing changes andExpand
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An ensemble approach to simulate CO 2 emissions from natural fires
This paper presents ensemble simulations with the global climate model developed at the A. M. Obukhov Insti- tute of Atmospheric Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences (IAP RAS CM). These simulationsExpand
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Regional model assessments of fire risks under global climate changes
One of the most hazardous regional consequences of global warming of the climate is fire, in particular forest fires and peat fires [1]. Regional biospheric changes, variations in the albedo of theExpand
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Recent variations of cloudiness over Russia from surface daytime observations
Changes of total and low cloud fraction and the occurrence of different cloud types over Russia were assessed. The analysis was based on visual observations from more than 1600 meteorologicalExpand
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Changes in drought and bioproductivity regimes in land ecosystems in regions of Northern Eurasia based on calculations using a global climatic model with carbon cycle
Estimates of possible changes in climatic regimes and biospheric effects in regions of Northern Eurasia, from subtropical to subpolar latitudes, in the 21st century were obtained on the basis ofExpand
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