Large‐scale hydro‐climatology of the terrestrial Arctic drainage system

@inproceedings{Serreze2002LargescaleHO,
  title={Large‐scale hydro‐climatology of the terrestrial Arctic drainage system},
  author={Mark C. Serreze and David H. Bromwich and Martyn Peter Clark and A. J. Etringer and Tingjun Zhang and Richard B. Lammers},
  year={2002}
}
[1] The large-scale hydro-climatology of the terrestrial Arctic drainage system is examined, focusing on the period 1960 onward. Special attention is paid to the Ob, Yenisey, Lena, and Mackenzie watersheds, which provide the bulk of freshwater discharge to the Arctic Ocean. Station data are used to compile monthly gridded time series of gauge-corrected precipitation (P). Gridded time series of precipitation minus evapotranspiration (P−ET) are calculated from the moisture flux convergence using… CONTINUE READING

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