Change in snow phenology and its potential feedback to temperature in the Northern Hemisphere over the last three decades

@inproceedings{Peng2013ChangeIS,
  title={Change in snow phenology and its potential feedback to temperature in the Northern Hemisphere over the last three decades},
  author={Shushi Peng and Shilong Piao and Philippe Ciais and Pierre Friedlingstein and Liming Zhou and Tao Wang},
  year={2013}
}
Trends in the duration or extent of snow cover are expected to feedback to temperature trends. We analyzed trends in dates of onset and termination of snow cover in relation to temperature over the past 27 years (1980–2006) from over 636 meteorological stations in the Northern Hemisphere. Different trends in snow duration are observed over North America and Eurasia. Over North America, the termination date of snow cover remained stable during the 27 years, whereas over Eurasia it has advanced… CONTINUE READING
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