Climate Trends at Macquarie Island and Expectations of Future Climate Change in the Sub-antarctic

@inproceedings{Adams2012ClimateTA,
  title={Climate Trends at Macquarie Island and Expectations of Future Climate Change in the Sub-antarctic},
  author={Natalie Adams},
  year={2012}
}
Macquarie Island has experienced a marked shift in its climate since 1970, with increasing precipitation, accompanied by a steady increase in mean wind speed associated with increased cyclonic activity. These trends are consistent with an increase in the Southern Annular Mode (SAM) index, albeit with a shift to an anomalous atmospheric trough over the western Pacific Ocean. However, our understanding of the twentieth-century climate across the entire sub-Arnarctic is limited by very sparse data… CONTINUE READING

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