Modelling the temperature evolution of permafrost and seasonal frost in southern Norway during the 20th and 21st century

@inproceedings{Hipp2011ModellingTT,
  title={Modelling the temperature evolution of permafrost and seasonal frost in southern Norway during the 20th and 21st century},
  author={T Roswitha Hipp and Bernd Etzelm{\"u}ller and Herman Farbrot and Thomas V. Schuler},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract. A heat flow model was used to simulate both past and future ground temperatures of mountain permafrost in Southern Norway. A reconstructed air temperature series back to 1860 was used to evaluate the permafrost evolution since the end of the Little Ice Age in the region. The impact of a changing climate on discontinuous mountain permafrost until 2100 is predicted by using downscaled temperatures from an ensemble of downscaled climate models for the A1B scenario. From 13 borehole… CONTINUE READING

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