Analysis of the Arctic System for Freshwater Cycle Intensification : Observations and Expectations

@inproceedings{Rawlins2010AnalysisOT,
  title={Analysis of the Arctic System for Freshwater Cycle Intensification : Observations and Expectations},
  author={Michael A. Rawlins and Michael Steele and Marika M. Holland and Jennifer C. Adam and Jessica Cherry and Jennifer A. Francis and Pavel Ya. Groisman and L. D. Hinzman and Thomas G. Huntington and Douglas L. Kane and John S. Kimball and Ron Kwok and Richard B. Lammers and Craig M. Lee and Dennis P. Lettenmaier and Kyle C. McDonald and Erika Podest and Jonathan Pundsack and Bert Rudels and Mark C. Serreze and Alexander I. Shiklomanov and \Oystein Skagseth and Tara J. Troy and Charles J. V{\"o}r{\"o}smarty and MARK WENSNAHAN and Eric F. Wood and Rebecca A. Woodgate and Daqing Yang and Ke Zhang and TINGJUN ZHANGq},
  year={2010}
}
Hydrologic cycle intensification is an expected manifestation of a warming climate. Although positive trends in several global average quantities have been reported, no previous studies have documented broad intensification across elements of the Arctic freshwater cycle (FWC). In this study, the authors examine the character and quantitative significance of… CONTINUE READING